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Claire Vennis reports on the Duke of Edinburgh’s sole official appearance in our town and his repeated private visits to Sheet. Also, the Reverend Canon Will Hughes explains how you can pray for the Duke and leave your condolences in St Peter’s Church
Try something different with your steak. The taste of Japan? Peter, Shares how with Noni Needs.
A short reflection at Langley, where her foster dog typically finds a morass to cavort in and then Suzie and the dogs gaze up at a soaring red kite. The bird. Then a late afternoon addition, where Suzie visits Iceland. In her imagination, of course.
Shine Radio's Alan Cosh interviews Petersfield Hospital's lead clinician on upcoming changes to services for local residents. Lead clinician Jules Cavalier talks to Alan Cosh, who coincidentally is the artist behind the paintings on the hospital wall!
Locally-based T&M Artisan Chocolates make beautifully decorated luxury chocolate, and they taste as good as they look.
Shine Radio’s Claire Vennis went to the farm where they’re based to meet talented chocolatier Mark Raynor – and, yes, she did get to sample some of the bonbons Mark is showcasing the photo. They were delicious!
In this week’s P pod, local artisan chocolate maker Mark Raynor, Sheet sheep farmer Andrew Snow and his sheepdogs, Jon Walker mulls over the latest local news and we play local music from a former Petersfield schoolteacher and his reggae band Emiliyah and the Mightyz All Stars.
Celebrate Easter with a beautiful Eucharist service from St Peter’s, led by the vicar, the Reverend Canon Will Hughes.
After recording remotely for the last few months, Claire and Ann-Marie are happy to be back together in Ann-Marie’s garden again.
April is a busy time in the garden and, accompanied by blackbird song, they share what seeds they’ve already sown and what they’re going to sow this month.
Ann-Marie has new arches in her garden for cobaea and squash plants to grow up and Claire discusses what small tree could work well in her garden.
With advice for colour, companion planting, seeds swaps, planting to remember loved ones and a surprise recipe, this month’s Growing Together is bursting with excitement for the coming growing season.
Join James and Noni as they discuss Easter celebrations and all the ways there are to cook lamb.
Why is Good Friday so important for Easter celebrations?
The Terrible Trio rest for a while at Chapel Common, where these Walks began in 2019. Suzie takes a seat in a hut made of branches and introduces their Canine Partner advanced training foster dog. There’s already sadness
Meg Allin and Sacha Fairweather discuss education with Paul Turner and Member of the West Sussex Youth Cabinet Holly Thompson about how Education is failing us. Will learning about climate change make us kinder people?
Award-winning garden designer Ann-Marie Powell talks about her new book, Joff visits the Adhurst Allotments with the Petersfield Post’s Jon Walker, Suzie Wilde’s Wilde Walk is calm and Spring-like in Stansted Park and music from local band Colour of the Jungle.
Shine Radio Drama
The Idea of Guilt
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.
Emma Bunday, manager of Petersfield Community Centre spoke to Shine Radio’s Stephen Martin about the key dates on the road to reopening. Emma also discusses the changes made to the facilities and operational practice at the centre and what all this has meant for her and her colleagues personally.
This week with Martin, inflation takes a surprise dip, Asda workers get a boost from the courts, will staff really quit their jobs if forced to work from home?, a new £50 note could be in your wallet in June and Petersfield’s Santander branch survives a national closured plan.
Alexander Lambrianou talks to Claire Vennis about his new business, Share A Smile Today, set up to help local independent cafes and to spread smiles at the same time. Alexander explains what inspired Share A Smile Today and how you can start sharing some smiles...