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Quentin Jay led the team that designed the exhibition spaces at the newly refurbished Petersfield Museum. Suzie Wilde continues her talk with him as they tour the exhibition together.
Quentin Jay led the team that designed the exhibition spaces at the newly refurbished Petersfield Museum. Suzie Wilde chats with him about the project.
Julia Wilmott is a Petersfield-based menopause and hysterectomy recovery coach.
She joined Alan Cosh on Shine Radio to discuss this subject and the help available to people who want to learn more.
Home Start Butser provides help for local parents of young children. It focuses on families where post-natal depression, illness or disability mean they need extra support. The Petersfield-based charity is looking for new volunteers to join a training course.
Memories of a hot summer day in Steep as the village stages its 100th flower show in the grounds of Bedales School.
the P pod comes from Farmhouse West this week on Lavant Street. Claire and Joff find out all about this new shop from founder Sam Farrow. We’re also joined by Jeremy Mitchell, chair of the Edward Thomas Foundation, with news of the upcoming Edward Thomas Literary Festival. With local news, a new Wilde Walk and local music too.
A new warning about impersonation scams, campaigners say new pensioners face stress because of delays to their payments, new research suggests we still prefer to pay for parking with cash
and why PayPal fees are increasing for UK trade in the EU.
Stories and voices from the Petersfield Ups and Downs charity cycle ride. Hear from young Bertie and his family, organiser Tom North, Katie, Beatrice and Oliver who came back first and riders from U3A and Petersfield Bike Buddies.
More insight into life in Petersfield from the previous century from the man who actually lived through it. It’s more from our very own Mr Petersfield – David Weeks.
David Weeks discusses growing-up in Petersfield with Shine Radio’s Dave Williams, including many interesting nuggets of recollection from the old days.
Nicola from the Hampshire Bat Group explains how we can help these winged nocturnal mammals in our local area. Also – how to tell if you have bats in your home, just from their crumbly droppings.
Our guest, Jennifer Selway lives in Petersfield. She has a book just out – The Making of Horror movies: Key Figures who Established the Genre.
Jennifer was executive editor of the Daily Express and before that was a journalist on The Observer. Now writes a weekly opinion column in the Sunday Express.
It’s a very steep climb up to Suzie’s favourite seat in the Hangers. Not the Poet’s Stone this time, and she’s with both dogs. It’s the usual mix of memory, with both guilty sadness and unrepentant happiness, and last week’s “monster” seems to have followed them …
Why trees and vegetation are set to be cleared from the trackside through our area.
It’s an eye-opening eco episode of the P pod this week as Joff and Claire visit the Green Fair to meet some pioneers of eco-living, including Sustainability Centre CEO Christine Seaward and Liz Bissett from PeCAN and Beth Svarovska finds out about mead!