Shine Radio drama: The Idea of Guilt by Greg Mosse

Greg Mosse was in Dubai for the Emirates Airlines Festival of Literature, and a couple of his colleagues, novelists, had recently gone into the Dubai men’s and women’s prisons as creative writing tutors. Out of that they created a book of short stories, Tomorrow I Will Fly, written by the offenders. One of the stories struck Greg very deeply, which made him consider the idea of guilt, and whether, once the punishment is complete, can the offender leave behind their own sense of guilt, or will they always carry it with them. 

Shine Radio and Doye Mosse Productions present

The Idea of Guilt by Greg Mosse

In The Idea of Guilt, Tutor is played by Paula Tinker, Offender by Gareth Williams, and Warder by Greg Mosse. Sound recording, music and Foley effects by John Gleddle

 

The Ticket – new arts and entertainment show

In this episode of The Ticket Laura Sheppard hands over the reins to Duke of Edinburgh volunteer, Ben Shine, who interviews the Director of Music at Churchers College about the virtual lunchtime concerts that were performed during lockdown. John Welsman talks to Amy Hearne about the 3D model she made of his retiring guide dog, Breck. And Shine Radio’s very first radio play, The Idea of Guilt, is broadcast, after Laura chats to the playwright, Greg Mosse. 

Music Credit: One Little Triumph by Blue Dot Sessions. Used under Creative Commons licence.

Mini Breck by Amy Hearne
Breck and Mini Breck

The Ticket – new arts and entertainment show

In this episode of The Ticket, Laura Sheppard chats to a Year 9 student from Bedales School about the award winning film Adnan, showing on 28 February, Hugh Bonneville chats to Noni Needs about his latest film, To Olivia, and we hear the winning entries from the Weald & Downland Living Museums’s short story competition. 

Music Credit: One Little Triumph by Blue Dot Sessions. Used under Creative Commons licence.

To Olivia, a Sky original, starring Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey) as novelist Roald Dahl and Keeley Hawes (Bodyguard, Honour) as his American actress wife Patricia Neal. Based on a true story, the film will be released in cinemas and on Sky Cinema in February 2021. It’s 1962 and Roald Dahl, an eccentric, burgeoning children’s author and his wife, Patricia Neal, a glamourous Hollywood movie star, have retreated to the English countryside to bring up their expanding young family. Tragically, their lives are turned upside down by the devastating death of their daughter Olivia and as the couple struggle through the unimaginable loss, their shared grief becomes a source of redemption and strength which changes their lives forever. Inspiring and heart-warming, To Olivia features an all British cast including Sam Heughan (Outlander), Geoffrey Palmer (Paddington) and Conleth Hill (Game of Thrones), was directed by John Hay (Lost Christmas, There’s Only One Jimmy Grimble) and co-written by John Hay and David Logan.

The Ticket – new arts and entertainment show

In this week’s show, Laura Sheppard chats to local playwright, Greg Mosse, about a very exciting project on its way to Petersfield’s Shine Radio, as well as a wonderful chat with Suzie Wilde – plus an unexpected, but very welcome, guest!

Sculptor Cara Wassenberg sees serenity in painter Tim Mullins‘ work; Alan Cosh talks to perfoming arts student Niamh Welberry, and Emily Watts finds out what Winton Players are up to from the Chair, Ryan Watts.

And there’s the most delicious musical theatre evening planned, all in aid of Home-Start Butser. 

Music Credit: One Little Triumph by Blue Dot Sessions. Used under Creative Commons licence.

Performing Arts Student, Niamh Welberry
The Path Goes On Ahead, It Is All Clear by Tim Mullins

The Ticket – new arts and entertainment show

In this week’s show Laura Sheppard talks to Sarah and John Whitaker from Winton Players about the town pantomime which should have taken place this January, Jan Welsman gets messy with her paint pouring and Vicki Ostersen from Tree Frog Art tells Dave Williams of her fascinating journey through art and design from professional set designer to art teacher.

Noni Needs is joined by Robert Ingram to talk about the Burns Night fundraising event for Home-Start Butser, Melody Burgess explains how the Telephone Book Exchange in College Street works… and sculptor Cara Wassenberg discusses all things technical with artist Andy Tubbs

Music Credit: One Little Triumph by Blue Dot Sessions. Used under Creative Commons licence.

The Schools Project in St Peter’s Church, Petersfield, organised by Vicki Ostersen of Tree Frog Art as part of the Big Draw event
The Schools Project in St Peter’s Church, Petersfield, organised by Vicki Ostersen of Tree Frog Art as part of the Big Draw event
Jan Welsman’s Christmas card design
The whole tribe of animals from Tree Frog Arts
Petersfield Telephone Book Exchange

The Ticket – new arts and entertainment show

Laura Sheppard talks to the events and drama team at Bedales School about the difficulties imposed by the pandemic, to Petersfield artist Helen Thair, whose portrait of an ICU nurse made it into the Portraits for NHS Heroes book, and to Phill Humphries about his portfolio career, and his children’s stories.

Noni Needs is joined by artist Paul Martin for a chat about his designs on Petersfield, his involvement in Petersfield Museum and PYT and sculptor Cara Wassenberg discusses all things barns with sculptor Alison Crowther

Music Credit: One Little Triumph by Blue Dot Sessions. Used under Creative Commons licence.

Portrait of ITU Nurse, Grace, by Helen Thair
The model of Alison Crowther’s new barn
Cara Wassenberg and Alison Crowther exploring the model of the new barn

The Ticket – new arts and entertainment show

Laura Sheppard talks to the team involved in Four Dames in Search of a Panto at the Theatre Royal, Winchester, to retired florist Olivia Jenkinson about her wreath making, and to local poet David Keighley – with one of his poems read by actor Sarah Parish.

Noni Needs is joined by artist Jill Martin for a chat about lino cuts and fused glass, and sculptor Cara Wassenberg discusses inspiration with photographer John Wigley

Music Credit: One Little Triumph by Blue Dot Sessions. Used under Creative Commons licence.

FOUR DAMES IN SEARCH OF A PANTO by James Barry ; Original music by Simon Slater; Julian Eardley ; Ed Thorpe; Libby Gore; Tom Attwood; At the Theatre Royal Winchester ; Winchester, UK ; 5th December 2020 ; Credit: The Other Richard
FOUR DAMES IN SEARCH OF A PANTO by James Barry ; Original music by Simon Slater; Julian Eardley ; Ed Thorpe; Libby Gore; Tom Attwood; At the Theatre Royal Winchester ; Winchester, UK ; 5th December 2020 ; Credit: The Other Richard