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Demand for houses outstrips supply, why fraud and error is affecting universal credit payments, more than 500 bank branches have closed in a year, there’s a new consumer duty on finance firms and the rental property eviction ban ends this month.
A view from the East Hampshire MP’s office. Damian Hinds shares an update on the gradual lifting of COVID restrictions and other local matters.
Join Emily and Ryan Watts as they talk about maternity leave during lockdown – both the silver linings and the difficulties.
It’s another YA special, with Sue Wallman – a prize-winning author of YA thrillers. Her debut, Lying about Last Summer, was Winner of Zoella Book Club 2016 and she has since published another three, all winning awards and Dead Popular was WHSmith Book of the Month 2019.
In this episode of The Ticket, Hugh Bonneville tells us what it’s like to be back on the Downton set, Noni Needs chats to Matthew Burrows MB about the Artist Support Pledge, and there’s news of a new music documentary streaming platform, Backbeat Docs.
Whisky fans Simon BW and Martin Brown whip up a whisky cocktail, which was first introduced to Martin in his hometown, Argyll. Gloriously simple, and VERY Scottish, it’s not for the fainthearted… as Simon politely acknowledges.
As we draw to the end of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, Laura Sheppard chats to Chris, a listening volunteer from the Portsmouth brance of the Samaritans.
As we draw to the end of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, Laura Sheppard chats to Rachel Baird from the Mental Health Foundation.
As we draw to the end of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, Laura Sheppard chats to Dan Angus from Mayfield Nurseries/Solent Mind.
On Thursday 13 May, Shine Radio was given half-an-hour on BBC Radio Solent to showcase our eclectic range of programmes with local voices and stories from across the Petersphere.
When you have a young family and fussy eaters you need a flapjack and a salad recipe, that both young children will both eat.
Local angler talks candidly about how a cancer diagnosis brought stress and anxiety, that she’d never known before and how fishing helps with her mental wellbeing.
Victoria Noonan,owner of Sky Park Farm, talks to Joff Lacey and Claire Vennis about this new deer park in West Harting.
The unique park opens on May 21st and offers visitors the chance to experience life on a working deer farm.
It’s a very windy day at Langley. Where do they find a couple of carrots? Suzie hears the first cuckoo but it’s too distant but the blonde is happy to find a very deep pond in the middle of the common.
Yoga teacher Roessa Marks leads a tree visualisation – or meditation – inspired by the natural world. Captured outside, you can hear the birdsong.