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Dev the beagle has a shelf full of trophies. Pat Sutton of Rossut Beagles explains what it takes to compete at national level and life beyond the show ring.
Several hairdressers are being forced to leave a Petersfield salon after its owner failed to secure planning permission for the operation.
Find out what the furthest thing you can see in space with the eye is in this month’s Sky Watch – but you’ll need the help of a winged horse and a princess too.
It’s also the month when there are more shooting stars about with meteor showers increasing towards the middle of the month. Definitely worth a look if you get the opportunity.
We feel we have to warn you Phill breaks into song during this Christmas episode!
We will bring you the wonders of Algeria, Test Valley Gin, Christmas cocktails and wines as we have a bit of fun preparing for the festive season.
It’s the first Petersfield Tree Festival at the Community Garden. Claire and Steve talk all things trees to members of The Tree Council, charity Fitzroy, PeCAN (Petersfield Climate Action Network) and visitors to the festival.
An extension to PeCAN’s Fruit Tree in Every Garden initiative, the Petersfield Tree Festival provided bare root fruit trees as well as tree-care workshops. Anyone fancy a crumble?
We’ve got a special edition of the P pod for you this week as Claire and Joff are live in the Square for the Petersfield Christmas Lights Switch On.
As well as hosting the event they’ll be joined by Shine Radio volunteers who speak to some of the performers in the show and local organisations in the Square.
It also marks, incredibly, our 200th P pod show.
School children at Hambledon Primary School wore odd socks – intentionally. Find out why.
Hundreds turned out to see the proposed plans for traffic calming measures in Petersfield last week.. The message is loud & clear – give your feedback. You have until January 2024.
For Our Earth Week, we’re back with an all-new Generation Green! In this episode we focus on youth involvement within the environment and climate change. We talk to Dylan the Member of UK Youth Parliament for Surrey, Vicky Hall project coordinator of the...
Finally opening this Friday for the switch on of the Xmas lights we hear the story of how the Petersfield wine triangle was created.
Jack Finch had the pleasure of chatting to the multi talented local character Rupert Grey about his life’s adventures and recent book; “A homage to Bangladesh” which he launched at One Tree Books in the Summer.
This week the P pod comes from Petersfield’s Festival Hall as the Petersfield Theatre Group move in for their upcoming musical production of Madness’ Our House.
Did you know fishing on Petersfield Heath Pond is coordinated by a team of volunteers for Petersfield Town Council? They came together for a 24hr fish-a-thon fundraiser for a local good cause.
Dogs with Jobs comes to you from Italy! We accompany top Lagotto Romagnolo trainer, breeder and enthusiast, Louse Ferguson to Italy, where her dogs, Dario and Sage, compete against the best of the world’s truffle hounds.
Cllr Chris Paige from Petersfield Town Council has an additional new role in the local branch of the Royal British Legion. We caught up with Chris before the Remembrance Service & Parade in town.
The Petersfield Awards ‘Contribution to the Community’ winner needs your help to battle the queue. We find out why its an issue.
PCC secretary David Mowlam tells Shine Radio's Phill Humphries about the history of the church and why they have made the difficult decision to ask the diocese to close it.
It’s still very squelchy at the Adhurst Estate Allotment! In this episode, Claire and Steve discuss how to dig up and store dahlia tubers, cutting back autumn raspberries, plans for community composting and the benefits of being outside no matter what the weather.
They’re joined by Tony Kirkham, former Head of Kew Gardens Arboretum and Head Gardener Ben Pope.