The not for profit, volunteer run, Community
Radio Station from Dorchester, covering Central-Southern Dorset

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Listen again

‘Listen Again’ is a collection of interviews, features and complete programmes which you can hear again, or perhaps hear for the first time. There’s all sorts of interesting stuff so please have a browse around.

Latest additions

Below are the latest additions and you can find many more clips/programmes by selecting a category at the bottom of the page which currently covers up to nine months worth. If you’re looking for something specific and can’t find it in the recent entries try entering keywords in ‘Search this site’ above.

Many of the most recent features and interviews, including individual items from various programmes, are also broadcast during KeeP Overnight from midnight to 8am daily.

This section is frequently updated (usually daily) so come back often!

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Volunteer Centre Dorset announces the launch of CasterFridge

Volunteer Centre Dorset announces the launch of CasterFridge

A community fridge which will offer free food to everyone will be launched in Dorchester to support residents struggling financially due to the Covid pandemic and to reduce waste thrown out by shops. Issy McGowan from Volunteer Centre Dorset ...


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UPDATED: Invitation from Dorset Action to discuss Dorset Local Plan via Zoom

UPDATED: Invitation from Dorset Action to discuss Dorset Local Plan via Zoom

UPDATE 1st March – Julie Booker joined us to report on the first Zoom meeting held on 28th February. See track 1 below.

Julie Booker represents Dorset Action and told us about the People’s Assembly on the Dorset Local Plan ...


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Local World 26/02

Local World 26/02

Today: We hear about the old peat diggings and rich wildlife of the renowned Somerset Levels • A novel approach to putting on a play – Sophia Hatfield brings her 1-to-1 play “You Don’t Know Me, But…” to Dorset ...


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Praise O’ Do’set: Celebrating the life of William Barnes

Praise O' Do'set: Celebrating the life of William Barnes

Monday 22nd February 2021 was the 220th birthday of one of Dorset’s much loved sons, William Barnes. In normal times the William Barnes Society would have produced a special performance of Barnes’ poetry in a village hall somewhere. However ...


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Calling all dog owners and budding photographers – this is for you

Calling all dog owners and budding photographers - this is for you

Poundbury Rotary Club are running a photo competition to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. The competition is for any scene, country, sea, indoors, garden anywhere world-wide. Somewhere in the photo should be a dog, pet or working. Peter ...


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Lulworth Estate ranger explains reason for government petition

Lulworth Estate ranger explains reason for government petition

We were joined by Maddy Pfaff, the Head Ranger for Lulworth Estates who explained their recent communication with the Government requesting immediate and long-term action regarding the damage experienced in the UK’s countryside after the spring 2020 lockdown eased. ...


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Ridgeway Magazine 17/02

Ridgeway Magazine 17/02

The introduction of decimal coinage – some personal views • 1971 – a troubled year in review • The stories behind two old favourites; Babycham and Smiths crisps • Cold start, won’t start? Advice from the RAC • Bruised ...


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Local World 19/02

Local World 19/02

Peat bogs, undervalued and underappreciated, but hugely important – a professor has interesting things to say about these natural carbon storage systems • Mike Burks of the Gardens Group talks about the range of peat-free composts now available, all ...


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Local World 12/02

Local World 12/02

Today: We hear from Steve Oliver of the Dorset Wildlife Trust about the reintroduction of beavers to the county after 400 years • Good news for the Mary Anning Rocks campaign which has raised enough money to erect a ...


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Application for 15 young persons’ flats receives support from Dorset Council

Application for 15 young persons' flats receives support from Dorset Council

We were joined by Barry Thompson representing the Dorchester Area Community Land Trust who told us that the Conservation Officer from Dorset Council has supported their application for 15 affordable flats for young people to be built in West ...


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Urgent message to EU Nationals living in Dorset to register their residency

Urgent message to EU Nationals living in Dorset to register their residency

Christine Brienne from the Dorset Race Equality Council’s EU Resettlement Scheme joined us with an important message to EU Nationals in Dorset and BCP to get their residency status before 30 June 2021. Christine, an engagement officer, and the ...


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Ridgeway Magazine 03/02

Ridgeway Magazine 03/02

Town cramming and garden grabbing as explained by Weymouth Civic Society • Be careful with your home-poured drinks – just one could put you over the limit! • Are we smoking more during lockdown? We ask Action on Smoking ...


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New University Centre project about to commence at Kingston Maurward

New University Centre project about to commence at Kingston Maurward

A recent guest was Luke Rake, Principal of Kingston Maurward College who told us about the multi-million pound project to build a new University Centre and Rural Business Development Hub which will include office space for some local business ...


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Local World 05/02

Local World 05/02

Dire wolves, parrot-lizards, quizzes and spooky stories in this edition of Local World • a team of palaeontologists made an interesting discovery about the dire wolf, familiar to fans of Game Of Thrones • Dr Jakob Vinther found a ...


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Tales of Bob Dylan in London – “Insightful and different”

Tales of Bob Dylan in London - "Insightful and different"

Why did the BBC fly an unknown folk singer to London and what was Bob Dylan doing behind The Savoy Hotel? Andy Senior’s guest gave us the answers and told us a lot more about Bob Dylan. Keith Miles ...


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