After finding out that residents had a racist nickname for his cafe, Peter is asking us to have a Conversation With The Stones.
Thanks to Wired Student Radio, the 7 panellists discuss whether there is still a place for radio in today’s media landscape.
Matt hadn't been on a first date in 5 years. So his cohosts decided to set him up on three real blind dates with listeners.
🎬 Joss and David moved from Indiana to open the Kent Museum Of The Moving Image on the site of a disused care home.
🎨 After finding out that residents had a racist nickname for his cafe, Peter is asking us to have a Conversation With The Stones.
🚲 When Matt took his own in 2013, Charlie started Tappy Jam, a memorial skateboarding meet up raising awareness of mental health.
🛌 Every day Camberley Scout Hall opens to Carole Cole who provides food, clothes, showers and a bed for Camberley’s Homeless.
🚓 Batons, PAVA, Handcuffing and a Bleep Test: Journalist Tom Cantoni is invited to go behind the scenes of Surrey Police.
🐰 Simon went from saving Wildlife in his Family Kitchen to dealing with 20,000 emergency calls a year with his Charity.
🏥 In 1999 Colin was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer, 20 years later a new Centre for Urology is built due to his fundraising efforts.
🎤 The Orchard Dementia Centre is surprised with an emotional performance from vintage singing trio Champagne at the Blitz.
🐶 We've seen cereal, cats and one that sells only crisps; the latest Pop Up Cafe is solely for pugs and has opened it’s doors in Guildford.