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The Mens’ Shed team wants to create a social workshop for men in Petersfield town centre. Hear chairman Steven Watts explain their latest progress and how to meet the team in person.
English wine merchant and producer Simon Hawkins riffs on English wine, how sparkling wine is made, the terroir of the south downs, the Treaty of Versailles and much more. Over a glass or two of his signature Brut Reserve.
Suzie picked up 3 free heritage walk leaflets from our lovely new Museum when Shine recorded from there last Saturday. Today she starts from home and discovers more about where we live with Sheet: The Two Mills.
The P pod travels to the Weald and Downland Living Museum this week to find out about Heritage Crafts at Risk and to take a look behind the scenes.
Claire and Joff are joined by Suzie and Richard Wilde with curator Lucy Hockley.
Noni Needs is in good voice, Jon Walker has the latest news and local band Mark Vennis and Different Place sing about light summer rain – as if!
A fragrant and elegant cocktail, created by English wine expert Simon Hawkins. Kate Fairweather and Simon Stanley are transported to the English countryside by this sophisticated, refined take on a champagne cocktail.
Suzie explores a completely different section of Iping Common, alone apart from Raine. Or was it the Grand Canyon? The sun was shining, anyway, and hot. The cattle are returning and there are new views and a South Downs project involving taking photos. With buzzards.
On 12th June, a Shine Radio milestone. Noni Needs presented her show Live from The Courtyard at the Petersfield Museum. Vaughan Clarke, Ryan Watts, Lauren Wayland, and Jeremy Mitchell were all there.
We all love a recipe book. Noni Needs visits One Tree Books for Inspiration for This Week’s Shine Radio Recipe.
Young Voices Biggest Sing and GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ attempts went ahead this year. Ditcham Park School took part with 365,000 other children from around the globe. Listen to how it went.
Recorded in Joff’s garden this week, the P pod brings news from the Kings Arms Youth Charity, Petersfield Urgent Treatment Centre and how you can adopt a railway.
With local news from Jon Walker, an eventful walk with Suzie Wilde and a great song from local singer-songwriter Hannah Reem.
Petersfield Hospital on Swan Street now has more medical practitioners providing a greater range of services. Clinical lead Emily Trembath explains what the change of status for our local hospital means for her, her colleagues and Petersfield patients.
This month we are talking to Lissa Evans, about her new book, out in paperback this month.
Lissa Evans writes for both adults and children when she’s not guesting on Backlisted Pod. Her recent novel, V for Victory – which is out in paperback from Black Swan in June – is set in London at the end of the Second World War and completes a loose historical trilogy which began with Old Baggage and Crooked Heart. Both hilarious and tragic.
It’s now cheaper to rent than buy a home in our part of the country, there’s a call from the CBI to accelerate change to the UK’s net-zero carbon goals, one in three over-65s are acting as carers and scam victims want criminal money unfrozen as compensation.
Andrea Vassallo wants to convey a sense of Being in the World. So walking from Home to Home while having his Home with him, is what he has done. Off he goes to Venice.
Faking food to make it seem like something you used to be able to buy and eat during the war. It’s incredible what people had to endure and amazing creative and efficient humans can be.