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Shows to Listen to

The Morning Cuppa

Wednesday - 28 September 2022

Time: 6:00 - 7:00

The Morning Cuppa

Kathy Harding

Join Kathy for The Morning Cuppa with interesting chat, local information, a geography quiz question to get the cogs whirring, the Inbox with Andy, plus music from all our teenage years!   More...
The All New Breakfast show !!!

Wednesday - 28 September 2022

Time: 7:00 - 10:00

For the best start to your day Monday - Friday from 7:00 - 10:00

it's John Noble


waking you up in style with ...

news of things going on near where you live

the top news stories

local weather and travel

The Big birthdays

The Quick Quiz

and ...

the best music to kick start your day!

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The Plot Spot - from a local allotment

Wednesday - 28 September 2022

Time: 17:30 - 20:00

Drivetime

Clive Mellor

Louise Elms and John Dann from Eastbourne Allotments and Gardens Society update us on what's ready and what needs tending. (Repeated at 8:20 Saturday mornings)   More...
The Morning Cuppa

Thursday - 29 September 2022

Time: 6:00 - 7:00

The Morning Cuppa

Kathy Harding

Join Kathy for The Morning Cuppa with interesting chat, local information, a geography quiz question to get the cogs whirring, the Inbox with Andy, plus music from all our teenage years!   More...
Hear About Books

Thursday - 29 September 2022

Time: 17:30 - 19:00

Drivetime

Clive Mellor

Nash Robbins from Much Ado Books in Alfriston joins Clive Mellor at 5:30 every Thursday afternoon to talk about this week's new books. (Repeated at 11:10 on Sunday mornings)   More...
The Morning Cuppa

Friday - 30 September 2022

Time: 6:00 - 7:00

The Morning Cuppa

Kathy Harding

Join Kathy for The Morning Cuppa with interesting chat, local information, a geography quiz question to get the cogs whirring, the Inbox with Andy, plus music from all our teenage years!   More...
Local Stage and Screen Update

Friday - 30 September 2022

Time: 17:30 - 19:00

Drivetime

Clive Mellor

At 5:30pm each Friday afternoon Tanieth Kerr and Clive Mellor report what's on your screens and at local venues. (Repeated on Saturday mornings at 11:10.)   More...
Gardening Tips

Wednesday - 5 October 2022

Time: 17:30 - 19:00

Drivetime

Clive Mellor

Join Jason Payne from Upcountry Garden Centre in Stone Cross joins Clive Mellor at 5:30 on Wednesday afternoons as he gives regular tips for gardeners. (Repeated at 8:20 on Saturday mornings.)   More...

National News from Sky

Man shopping in a supermarket while on a budget. He is looking for low prices due to inflation, standing looking at his phone in front of a row of freezers. He is living in the North East of England. Tue, 27 Sep 2022 21:32

Cost of food rockets by more than ten percent in just one year

Shoppers are paying a record 10.6% more for food than they were a year ago, figures show.
The International Monetary Fund is based in Washington DC Tue, 27 Sep 2022 21:13

IMF warns UK against mini-budget that will 'likely increase inequality'

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has criticised the UK government's mini-budget, saying the plans for tax cuts and spending will increase inequality and counteract the Bank of England's monetary policy.
4 way comp inflation Tue, 27 Sep 2022 14:07

'Significant' interest rate rise to come, Bank of England chief economist suggests

The Bank of England's chief economist has said the government's mini-budget, which led to the pound falling to a record low against the dollar, will require "a significant monetary policy response".
 Rupa Huq and  Kwasi Kwarteng Tue, 27 Sep 2022 13:42

Labour MP apologises after suspension for calling chancellor 'superficially' black

A Labour MP has been suspended from the party after she was accused of making "racist" comments about the chancellor.
Pic: AP Tue, 27 Sep 2022 21:48

Starmer cuts different figure as he faces real opportunity to reach No 10 | Beth Rigby

Outside the Labour conference hall in Liverpool, the winds were up and the rain pouring down.
File photo dated 08/02/12 of a primary school child at work in a classroom, as parents are being left without childcare as thousands of providers close. Tue, 27 Sep 2022 18:34

Free breakfast for all primary school children in England under Labour

Labour will tomorrow unveil plans to ensure every primary school child in England has access to fully funded breakfast clubs under a government led by Sir Keir Starmer.
    Tue, 27 Sep 2022 20:10

Sussex Police apologises for telling people not to make 'hateful comments' about trans sex offender

Sussex Police has apologised for telling people not to make "hateful comments" about a sex offender's gender identity - after the home secretary told the force to "focus on catching criminals" rather than "denying biology".
 Tue, 27 Sep 2022 20:37

'End of the NHS as we know it' if chancellor does not reverse mini-budget

If the government does not reverse its fiscal plans in the coming weeks, it may be left with little option but to cut public spending so significantly it could result in the end of the National Health Service, according to one of Britain's leading economic policymakers of recent decades.
File photo dated 14/10/14 of sold and for sale signs. The price of a typical UK home climbed to a record high of £265,312 in March, according to an index. The average price has increased by more than £33,000 in the past year, Nationwide Building Society said. Issue date: Thursday March 31, 2022. Tue, 27 Sep 2022 16:48

More mortgage providers pull deals over rate rise fears

Two more of the biggest mortgage providers have suspended mortgage deals as the Bank of England signalled it would raise interest rates to rein in inflation after the chancellor's mini-budget.
Royal Mail workers from the Communication Workers Union (CWU) on the picket line at the Glasgow Mail Centre in August Tue, 27 Sep 2022 20:09

Royal Mail workers to strike on 19 days over next two months

Royal Mail workers are to go on strike on 19 days over the next two months in a dispute over pay and conditions.
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