The community radio station from Dorchester

The All Inclusive Show 28th Feb 2019

  • Part 1 of the conference held by the Safeguarding Children Board, this year’s theme being ‘Hidden Harms’
  • Simone attended the well-attended inaugural meeting of Repair Café Weymouth and spoke to Ros Dean, the organiser, and Tim who already runs a repair cafe in South Wales

The All Inclusive Show – Girl Power edition!14th Feb 2019

  • Simone finds out about football for girls by talking to Dorchester Town Football Club’s energetic Wildcats team, their parents and their Coach
  • An inspirational young musician, Amy Williams, talks about her relationship with music. The interview is illustrated by her own composition ‘Windows’
  • Dr Catherine Welch shares some fascinating stories from her 36 years (so far) in Girl Guiding

The All Inclusive Show 7th Feb 2019

  • A feature on Pop Club and their crowd-funded project ‘Sound Out’ which aims to refurbish their studio at the Dorchester Youth Centre
  • Simone attended the free CAP Money course run by Christians Against Poverty at the Dorford Centre in Dorchester for people wishing to manage their budgets more effectively
  • Also Simone reports from the D.A.S.P. Young Musician Festival and is impressed by the very high quality of musicianship

The All Inclusive Show is broadcast on Thursdays at 11am and Mondays at 6pm

The All Inclusive Show 24th Jan 2019

Simone’s guests are:

  • Laurence Hayward, the outgoing Member of the Youth Parliament (MYP) for Dorset
  • Luke Mills, a student from Dorchester Middle School, explains the key issues of his manifesto and how he intends to implement them if elected to the Youth Parliament (also see this news report)
  • Kath Joslin from the Holiday Lunch Club charity spoke about how she and a group of volunteers are helping families to feed their children when they’re not in school

The All Inclusive Show 10th Jan 2019

  • Jane and Dick Howard talk about a free money management course talking place in Dorchester. The course runs at the Dorford Centre, Dorchester, on 8th, 15th and 22nd January from 7 till 8:30pm. To book a place on the course email or phone 01305 262045
  • Also a discussion with two mums of school-age children, Kate and Georgie, on parenting and parenthood

The All Inclusive Show is broadcast on Thursdays @ 11 am

The All Inclusive Show 29th Dec 2018

This fascinating edition features:

  • Grand parents talking about their roles in their grandchildrens’ lives
  • A local needle felt sculptor talks about the process of creating her art
  • A family history researcher who’s discoveries go back to the 1600s
  • Clare West from the Woodcraft Folk community group explains how she would like to establish a new group locally
  • Ever heard of the Melbourne hook turn? Me neither, but we hear all in the Random Facts Of The World along with a Japanese appreciation of UK roundabouts, and news of a harvest festival in Karala, India, which is celebrated all over the world