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Great lockdown listening, every day.

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Growing Together

The brighter gardening show with Ann-Marie Powell and Claire Vennis. Grow with us every month.

Talking Books

Published author Suzie Wilde and bookshop owner Tim O’Kelly explore their love of books, the joy of stories and the craft of writing.

the P pod

Our flagship weekly show packed with Petersfield personalities and their real-life stories. Presented by Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey.

The Ticket

NEW: Laura Sheppard celebrates arts, culture and entertainment from in and around the Petersphere. 

Wilde Walks

Inspirational walks in beautiful countryside around Petersfield with author Suzie Wilde and her labrador Raine.

Petersfield Weather

Local meteorologist Richard Marks draws on decades of experience observing the weather conditions of Petersfield’s unique local microclimate.

the Shine Radio recipe

Noni Needs meets local people who share treasured and original recipes with you.

Generation Green

Young minds concerned about the environment with practical solutions to help protect the planet.

great lockdown listening

Morning Report – Tuesday 12 January

Morning Report – Tuesday 12 January

Today, a Langrish family is in temporary accommodation after a devastating fire at their home in the village, a bicycle theft in Petersfield has led to an arrest. South Western Railway puts on a slimmed-down timetable and a Petersfield surgery is pleading with patients to wait for the call for their Coronavirus vaccination.

Morning Report – Monday 11 January

Morning Report – Monday 11 January

More Petersfield families feel the direct effects of Covid-19 as case numbers and deaths continue to increase, an independent Petersfield business received a boost from showbusiness royalty this weekend and the East Hampshire community lottery results are out.

Morning Report – Thursday 7 January

Morning Report – Thursday 7 January

A man is dead and another recovering from hospital treatment after a fatal collision near Petersfield at the weekend, Police say they will take robust enforcement action if necessary during lockdown, pupils at Herne Junior School restart lessons today and Petersfield’s stall holders say the market remains busy.

the P pod – 6 January 2021

the P pod – 6 January 2021

Claire and Joff meet Victoria Primrose and Vickie Christie from the new refill shop Juniper on Lavant Street health & fitness guru Steve Stidolph brings us 5 top tips to stay positive, campaigner Louise Brown returns to deliver some good news for cancer patients and there’s music from local artist Hannah Clark.

Morning Report – Wednesday 6 January

Morning Report – Wednesday 6 January

Today, the Petersfield school head calling for better leadership from Government, a Petersfield charity steps-up its help for people with mental health conditions, why the Heath car park has been locked shut, and local running enthusiasts find a smart way to keep active and connected despite the lockdown.

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