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This is a bumper August edition, with an interview with director, scenographer, curator, educator, writer and national treasure, Pamela Howard and the co-author of her memoir, Pavel Drabek. We will also be joined by Katherine McInnes, whose book Snow Widows has been published recently.
This Wilde Walk comes from West Wales where Suzie is on holiday.
So what does the re-vamped skate park have to offer for local families?
Jan and Sylvia from Petersfield tell us about how they met Ukranian refugee Iva and talk about the need for more local host families.
A district councillor is calling on Petersfield families to renew their support for Ukrainian refugees.
Six months after people from Ukraine started arriving here – where are we now? Councillor Julie Butler says she’s hopeful that local families will extend their welcome.
And they’re off. It’s day 4 of Janine and Phil’s cycle to Athens from Liphook. How do they feel? Listen here to find out.
True dedication from a Local Liss residents determined to see and bear witness to our late Queen’s funeral on Monday 19th September.
It’s Day 9. Where is Janine Gillard: She updates Shineradio on their epic cycle ride to Athens.
Rooted in nature and our surroundings. A new exhibition on until 25th September, The Light Room Alresford.
Petersfield rugby player, Will Prichard, is walking 100 miles along the South Downs way to raise funds for the Petersfield Food Bank.
Winton House on Petersfield High Street – do you know what goes on behind the front door?
The P pod this week comes from the Hampshire Country Sports Day at the Bereleigh Estate near East Meon where Joff and Claire meet chairman Bill Tyrwritt-Drake, Olympic clay pigeon shooter Richard Faulds and countryman Chris Green, amongst others.
Hundreds of people turned-out to witness the public Proclamation of King Charles III in Petersfield. The event took place in The Square and the Proclamation was given by Admiral Sir Philip Jones, former First Sea Lord.
The dilemma facing some local small business having to close for the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Liphook resident, Sumi Olson talks about the dilemma facing many local small businesses having to close for the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
To Honour Her Majesty. Local Loyal Liss Canadian subject waited for hours to see the Queen’s procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, On Wednesday 14th September.