Best petersfield podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Trinity Church Liphook - an FIEC church in Hampshire, UK Podcast
 
To glorify God and enjoy Him forever in Christ
 
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Radio – St Mary Magdalen Sheet
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A Sheet & Petersfield Church for the people of Hampshire. A Church in Sheet, Petersfield for families & singles, the young & old, for you.
 
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Story of Peterloo, The by BRUTON, Francis Archibald
 
On 16th August 1819 around 60,000 people gathered at St. Peter’s Fields, Manchester, to rally for parliamentary reform. Shortly after the meeting began, a troop of Hussars and local yeomanry rode into the crowd, wielding clubs, swords and sabres, leaving 18 dead and more than 700 severely injured. In the following years, the Peterloo Massacre was the subject of several trials and inquiries. It now counts as one of the most significant events in the history of the British labour movement. Fra ...
 
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Three Accounts of Peterloo by BRUTON, Francis Archibald
 
A companion volume to F.A. Bruton's 'The Story of Peterloo', the full title of this short collection is 'Three Accounts of Peterloo by Eyewitnesses, Bishop Stanley, Lord Hylton, John Benjamin Smith with Bishop Stanley's Evidence at the Trial'. The three contemporary accounts, each with a short introduction by the editor, give different perspectives on the events of 16 August 1819, when a troop of Hussars accompanied by the local Yeomanry rode into a peaceful reform rally at St. Peter's Field ...
 
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Masque of Anarchy, The by SHELLEY, Percy Bysshe
 
The Masque of Anarchy was Shelley's response to the Peterloo massacre at St Peter's Fields, Manchester, where 18 died and hundreds were injured, after Hussars charged into a rally for parliamentary reform. Written in Italy in 1819, the poem was not published until 1832, ten years after Shelley's death. This reading is from the first published edition with the addition of three words that were inserted in full only in later additions ('Eldon' in Stanza IV and 'Bible' and 'Sidmouth' in Stanza ...
 
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Clare Balding walks in the footsteps of Jane Austen as she takes a path regularly taken by Jane, from her home in Chawton, now a museum, to Farringdon, to visit her friends. Clare is joined by husband and wife, Martyn and Sue Dell. Both work as volunteers at the museum, fulfilling a long held ambition of Sue's. She fell in love with Austen as a ...…
 
Clare Balding walks in the footsteps of Jane Austen as she takes a path regularly taken by Jane, from her home in Chawton, now a museum, to Farringdon, to visit her friends. Clare is joined by husband and wife, Martyn and Sue Dell. Both work as volunteers at the museum, fulfilling a long held ambition of Sue's. She fell in love with Austen as a ...…
 
A group of Schools Partnership Project students from TPS and Bohunt School in Hampshire visited Petersfield Hospital in early December to spend time with residents and help them decorate a ward, helping get them into the festive spirit. We talked to some of the students, along with Ginny Green, a senior teacher at the school.…
 
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Goodwood Revival Meeting 9th - 11th September 2016
 
Chris Drake, from Petersfield, reviews an eventful Chichester Cup race where he claimed a thrid place podium slot.By matt@cre8media.net.
 
What are my obligations as an employer and how can I work out if I am paying the National Living Wage? In this weeks' episode I bring you a focus on the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage and what you should be considering carefully with regards to your employees. In this episode I will cover: The background to the National Minimum Wage What ...…
 
What are my obligations as an employer and how can I work out if I am paying the National Living Wage? In this weeks' episode I bring you a focus on the National Minimum Wage and Living Wage and what you should be considering carefully with regards to your employees. In this episode I will cover: The background to the National Minimum Wage What ...…
 
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The Unofficial Southern Football League Podcast
 
A special FA Cup Third Qualifying Round edition of the unofficial Southern Football League Show.On this week's show, Ben was joined by Vice Chairman at AFC Rushden and Diamonds Jon Ward, by Chairman at Petersfield Town Graeme Moir, by Club President at Hanwell Town David Iddiols, and by Manager at Uxbridge Tony Choules.The opinions expressed wi ...…
 
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KEXP Presents Sonarchy Radio
 
A unique and beautiful sound from this artist. Sue Ann Harkey (guitars and vocals), Tari Nelson-Zagar (violin), Angelina Baldoz (trumpet, voice and bass) and Steve Peters (field recordings).By Sue Ann Harkey.
 
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KEXP Presents Sonarchy Radio
 
A unique and beautiful sound from this artist. Sue Ann Harkey (guitars and vocals), Tari Nelson-Zagar (violin), Angelina Baldoz (trumpet, voice and bass) and Steve Peters (field recordings).By Sue Ann Harkey.
 
How did people live on the land 2,000 years ago, during the Iron Age? Helen Mark finds out when she visits Butser Ancient Farm near Petersfield in Hampshire, very much a living experiment in practical archaeology.Founded 42 years ago by Peter Reynolds, Helen hears that Butser still operates as a kind of laboratory that looks into how our ancest ...…
 
How did people live on the land 2,000 years ago, during the Iron Age? Helen Mark finds out when she visits Butser Ancient Farm near Petersfield in Hampshire, very much a living experiment in practical archaeology.Founded 42 years ago by Peter Reynolds, Helen hears that Butser still operates as a kind of laboratory that looks into how our ancest ...…
 
How did people live on the land 2,000 years ago, during the Iron Age? Helen Mark finds out when she visits Butser Ancient Farm near Petersfield in Hampshire, very much a living experiment in practical archaeology.Founded 42 years ago by Peter Reynolds, Helen hears that Butser still operates as a kind of laboratory that looks into how our ancest ...…
 
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The Boys In The Basement UK Podcast
 
Welcome everyone, to our sixtieth episode! Its another crazy week in the world of BITBUK, as the boys welcome the super Hellena to the humble town of Petersfield. The Greek songstress is joined by two members of her band, the hilarious Max from Italy, and the brilliant Greek producer, Stereo Mike. They take the time to chat about pretty much ev ...…
 
Weekly updates from The Zeitgeist Movement. Includes the full recording of the recent presentation "From Linear Competition to Global Collaboration" held at The Little Green Gathering in Petersfield. About ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion. These bro ...…
 
Welcome everyone to our twenty-seventh episode! This week, its time for a party, as the boys celebrate the podcast being a whole year old! To mark the occasion, a great big sack full of former guests were invited along to sample the gastronomic delights of the BITBUK buffet, raid Mr North's mini bar, and also to indulge in some party games. Mea ...…
 
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Earshot with Steve Martin
 
Matt Fisher of the BBC and James Beckingham of Global Radio Featuring BBC Radio 1 and Fun Kids, it’s June’s Earshot Creative Review. Play the audio here: Duration 33’16” Download audio file (ecr_june10.mp3) Download the mp3 (31.2M). Subscribe via iTunes. This review features James Beckingham from Global Radio who’s playing and talking about his ...…
 
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