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Dorchester from The Keep
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Tutankhamun Exhibition
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Nick Billings at The Mayor's MishMash
Andy S & Andy W in Boro Gardens July 2024
Rob Mott, Steve Bulley and Dave Goulden
DTC 50th Anniversary in Borough Gardens 2024
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The Community Radio Station covering Central-Southern Dorset, run by volunteers and not-for-profit

Countryside Matters 10.06.24

In today’s programme • We hear about the Dorset Beach survey which aims to find out what beach visitors and users think about the county’s beaches: what facilities there are, the cleanliness of the beach and the water, and what they visit the beaches for • Ecologist Simon Ford, who’s a member of the Swifts Over Sherborne group talks about drones and their potential for disturbance for wildlife, or indeed their positive side in conducting aerial surveys, etc • Financier and rewilding guru Ben Goldsmith (brother of Zac and of Jemima Khan) explains his interpretation of rewilding, and applies it to his farm near Stourhead • And entomologist Dr. Philip Donkersley talks about how valuable “No Mow May” is for insects, etc., and encourages us all not to mow our lawns entirely. Presented by Jenny Devitt

Jenny Devitt

Jenny Devitt