Petersfield’s weekly news, views and local personalities – all complying with social distancing regulations – with Claire Vennis, in Langrish, and Joff Lacey, on Herne Farm … or is it the other way round?

Unsocial distancing: Joff, left, and Claire, right … our presenters are confused

This week, our distancing duo are joined, remotely, of course, by Sheet’s Nicole Small: costumier to Hollywood A listers, hood wrangler for Meryl Streep, and now producing scrubs for a guy who may be pricking your boil in a couple of months …

Nicole Small ‘fancy dresses’ as Catherine Bordey, the mayor of Saint Marie, in BBC’s Death in Paradise

Plus all the usual *BAFTA-entry material: Jon Walker looks at this week’s Petersfield Post, Martin Bamford peruses the financial news, Richard Marks measures the mercury, and Suzie Wilde breaks social distancing rules with a hitch-hiking hymenoptera.

Meanwhile, Dave Bowers scrabbles around looking for some news that doesn’t relate to Covid-19. Will he succeed? Find out by pressing play, above.

The P pod was recorded on Monday, 20 April, while under constant attack from BT broadband, with production, editing and cursing carried out by Petersfield Community Radio volunteer Dave Bowers.

*Yes, we know BAFTA doesn’t deal with radio, but have you heard of the ARIAS?