Petersfield’s weekly magazine show, with Claire Vennis and Joff Lacey.
This week, Claire and Joff eschewed the latest Government initiative and stayed at home to chat with local photographer Louise Collins, who's seen a 'step change' in her career since the lockdown, and Anthony Thistleton, from the Rural Refugee Network, who, along with members of the Bedales community, has travelled from Syria to Steep - and not to test their eyesight.
They also introduce the first in a new series of 60-Second Histories, brought to you by the team at the Petersfield Museum; plus Suzie Wilde's WIlde Walk; Martin Bamford's Money Moment; Richard Marks' weather update, and the bromance between Joff and the Petersfield Post's chief reporter, Jon Walker, continues unabashed. And there's a league debut for youngster Tom Reynolds, who reads the news.
This week's P pod was recorded on the evening of Monday, 25 May, while all participants were still in a state of disbelief following THAT press conference. It was produced by Harrison RB and edited by Dave Bowers, a regular visitor to THE Barnard Castle, a pub just off the A3 near Ripley.
Jack Finch talks to musician Tony Moore about up coming performance "Awake" in local village of Compton