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Listen again – Latest Additions

‘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. This is not intended to be the complete programme output, just a few clips and programmes we think may be of interest. If you have recently heard something which you would like to hear again, and it is not already available here, please send us a polite email and we will see what we can do.

Below are the latest additions and you can find many more clips/programmes by selecting a category at the bottom of the page which covers many months of programming, often going back a year or more. 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!

Please note: The music-based programmes are hosted on Mixcloud and to listen to them on a PC, tablet or smartphone a browser such as Chrome, Firefox or Safari is required, or the Mixcloud app. Internet Explorer is NOT supported. For tablets and  smartphones iOS 10 or later is required and Android 4.3 or later. The audio is unlikely to play on earlier versions.

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Student loans a ‘gateway’ to more debt highlighting a need for financial education

Student loans a ‘gateway’ to more debt highlighting a need for financial education

A study highlights a need for greater financial education during school age, with a quarter (23%) of respondents stating they didn’t receive any support or education before they turned 18 years old, following research which shows that people who ...


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Ridgeway Magazine 11.05.22

Ridgeway Magazine 11.05.22

Today: To Ukraine with aid – one man’s epic journey • Report: “Hidden Debt” evil loan sharks and how to break free • Motoring: RAC surveys traffic light getaway times • Investigation: strange posts appear on Weymouth road • ...


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Cyclists challenged at the Air Ambulance Coast-to-Coast Cycle Challenge 2022

Cyclists challenged at the Air Ambulance Coast-to-Coast Cycle Challenge 2022

KeeP 106 was very pleased to support, for the first time, the Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance C2C Cycle Challenge, an annual event now in its 11th year. From 11am hundreds of cyclists had started off from Watchet on ...


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Pastor Mark Topp’s monthly visit

Pastor Mark Topp's monthly visit

Here’s another chance to listen to the conversation with Pastor Mark Topp, from the Storehouse Church in Dorchester, and presenter Rob Mott. On this occasion Mark updates us on his busy schedule and the work of Community Share and ...


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Protect our degraded soil by getting hands dirty, planting and composting

Protect our degraded soil by getting hands dirty, planting and composting

The UK’s love of gardening continues to flourish in a much needed boost for UK’s degraded soil. 9 in 10 Brits continue pandemic gardening habits with many motivated by desire to protect the planet, but few are aware their ...


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Discussion on sight loss, loneliness and Mental Health Awareness

Discussion on sight loss, loneliness and Mental Health Awareness

In recent times Mental Health Awareness has become increasingly important, particularly in the context of the pandemic, war in Ukraine and the spiralling cost of living. But, as far as day to day life is concerned, some within our ...


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A newspaper reporter’s memory of the night two trains collided

A newspaper reporter's memory of the night two trains collided

Our reporter and former journalist John Shepherd, called in to the studio and described the time when, on a bitterly cold winter’s night, he had to attend and report on an horrific train crash near Horsham, West Sussex. Although ...


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Ridgeway Magazine 27.04.22

Ridgeway Magazine 27.04.22

Hunger locally as 10 million tons of food is wasted • All say Ahhhhh! Meet a tiny orphaned wallaby • Gardening – are cheap supermarket plants worth it? • The community eyes that watch speeding motorists • The “Godfather” ...


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NHS perinatal mental health care at bursting point, warns leading charity

NHS perinatal mental health care at bursting point, warns leading charity

Thousands of people are having to wait too long to receive NHS treatment for mental health issues arising from pregnancy or having a baby. That’s the warning from PANDAS Foundation – a charity that’s seen a 70% rise in ...


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Shire Hall hosts Agatha Christie exhibition

Shire Hall hosts Agatha Christie exhibition

From 29th April until 2nd September, Shire Hall Museum is hosting an incredible exhibition on one of the country’s favourite crime writers, Agatha Christie. Drawn from a private collection, the exhibition features books, objects, artwork and other items relating ...


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Help for refugees comes from the Storehouse Church

Help for refugees comes from the Storehouse Church

We all know about the horrendous situation in Ukraine and the plight of Ukranians fleeing their homeland to escape the war. Humanitarians in other countries are stepping in and receiving refugees from Ukraine and here in Dorset we’re doing ...


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Dorset Travelog
episodes 42 to 50

Dorset Travelog<br />episodes 42 to 50

Our Travelog has concluded with episode 50 as Peter and Heather Foster finish their virtual trip around Dorset’s former, extensive, rail network armed with an ‘Area 17 Great-Western and Southern Railway joint Runabout’ ticket, pre-1948, virtually exploring the visited ...


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Ridgeway Magazine 13.04.22

Ridgeway Magazine 13.04.22

Fascinating guests, fascinating facts, views and special features. Presented by John Shepherd and Andy Venton. Today: Elaine’s Weldmar trek to Nepal • Weymouth charity supports youngsters in work • New lifeboat naming ceremony on song • Meet Dennis Spurr ...


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The Good Friday Service in the Borough Gardens

The Good Friday Service in the Borough Gardens

On Good Friday, 15th April, Churches Together in Dorchester organised a special service which took place in the Borough Gardens at 10am and followed the annual Walk of Witness which had begun at the Town Pump earlier. You can ...


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Record Store Day coming to Brewery Square

Record Store Day coming to Brewery Square

There seems to be a special day of the year dedicated to almost anything these days, institutions, cultures, etc, etc, and with the resurgence in the popularity of vinyl records, record stores have become one of those. Record Store ...


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