In this edition: Part 2 of the feature on stammering • we meet local musician/composer/author Lee Miller • local author Elizabeth Cooke talks about her other passion – painting • In Random Facts of the World we hear an interesting take on ‘lost in translation’
From the All Inclusive archives come two items – 1. stammering in children and 2. education in a fun way. Simone’s guests are author Doreen Holt and comedian/songwriter Jay Foreman…
Maggie Haworth from the University of the Third Age (U3A) in Bridport meets two more people in part 2 of the series ‘Retiring to Dorset’. The programme is introduced by Simone Greenfield…
In this edition Nicky Diment from the School Governing Services at Dorset Council explains what the governor services offer and the role of a school governor. Maggie Howarth from the U3A in Bridport recorded a chat with Maggie Jameson about her life and the reasons for choosing Dorset as a place to retire. This is part of the mini series Retiring to Dorset. Presented by Simone Greenfield…
Introduced by Simone Greenfield, this edition features the recent launch meeting of the ‘Low Pay – No Way’ campaign organised by Dorset Trades Union Council and Weymouth & Portland Action on Wages. The meeting, held at the Dorford Centre in Dorchester on 5th February, was opened by Jenny Lennon-Wood, secretary of the Dorset Trades Union Council. Other speakers included Amanda Brown, joint secretary of Unison Dorset, and Nigel Costley, regional secretary of South West T.U.C. See also our news item here
Simone’s guests in this edition are • Local Democracy Reporter Trevor Bevins who talks about his 50+ years in journalism • Sue Jones, Rosie Matherson and Chris Roberts from the Poetry for Pleasure group of the U3A, Bridport, who talk about their group and recite a number of poems…
Simone Greenfield (left) with Sue Jones , Rosie Matherson and Chris Roberts from the Poetry for Pleasure group
Part of this edition featured Simone’s studio guest Becca Phillips from DorPip, a charity that helps parents and carers to bond with their infant. Here is that interview. The All Inclusive Show is broadcast on Thursdays at 11am and Mondays at 6pm
In this edition Simone visits the Prince of Wales school STEM week (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) – the North Pole research facilities camp, polar bears and a pupil with her volcano experiment • Also the DASP music concert at the Thomas Hardye School…
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presented by Simone Greenfield. In the show today – Amelia’s Rainbow, a Dorset children’s charity which grants gifts/wishes to children who are terminally ill or have a life long chronic condition. They’re running a toy appeal for Christmas. Part 2 is further coverage of the Dorset Volunteer Awards by Rob Mott.
More info on www.ameliasrainbow.org
Leanne Preuss and Gary Crisp
presented by Simone Greenfield. The show today is all about foster carers and fostering services following the recent Star Awards event that celebrated the achievements of young people in care, leaving care and their foster families.
In today’s show: Tom and Sarah Buxton who run a Day Care Centre for dogs, and Linda Child, a retired lawyer who grew up under a heavy influence of granny and her herbal potions. Presented by Simone Greenfield.
Featured in today’s show – Read Easy, a charity which helps people to read • The brand new Dorchester Repair Café • The British food and drink fortnight event at the Prince of Wales School. Presented by Simone Greenfield
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Presented by Simone Greenfield. In this edition: Edd Moore tells us how he started the Plastic free Dorchester movement with the help of the pupils from Damers First School. • Jenny Malyon from the U3A Bridport talks about the group she runs on Homeopathy
Note, the audio archive covers approximately the last three months