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12:00pm Sunday 8th December 2013
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9:00am Saturday 7th December 2013
On the 12 days of Christmas my true love gave to me... Embracing the spirit of the season, Maria Court went on a quest to re-create that fabulous Christmas hamper in the famous song. But how hard would the items be to source? And more importantly, how much would it all cost?
Jack Dee on spending less time with his family, holidaying in Dorset and why the digital switchover made him cross
8:00am Saturday 16th November 2013
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11:19am Friday 1st November 2013
Ghost hunters - we join psychic investigators for a spooky night at Wareham’s 18th century Black Bear pub
11:00am Sunday 27th October 2013
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11:00am Sunday 25th August 2013
She was described as the world’s most photographed person, and adored by millions. Now, a New Forest artist has paid tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales, by devoting eight years of her life to painting her – 101 times.
2:00pm Saturday 24th August 2013
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4:08pm Wednesday 10th July 2013
As he prepares to play at the Larmer Tree on Friday, Seasick Steve remains more surprised than anyone that he’s lasted so long. The enigmatic septuagenarian tells Seven Days about unorthodox recording techniques and working with legends
Larmer Tree co-founder James Shepherd talks mud, seeing Van Morrison play his festival and his dream line-up
11:00am Saturday 6th July 2013
It took eight years to get my first novel published - now I'm on Richard and Judy's Summer Book Club list
6:00am Monday 1st July 2013
We weren’t near the sea when I spoke to Lucy Clarke, but she brought it into the room with her. I could almost feel warm sand between my toes and hear the crackle of water pulling back and forth over the shore.
Think the English longbow went out with Agincourt? It’s alive and well and being crafted in Christchurch
9:00am Sunday 30th June 2013
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10:00am Sunday 16th June 2013
Guitarist, composer, astrophysicist and animal campaigner, Chancellor Emeritus of Liverpool John Moores University and member of one of the world’s greatest rock bands; is there anything Brian May hasn’t done, asks Faith Eckersall
From 'apple pie' villages to wild cliff tops: why the final leg of the South West Coast Path has got it all
11:00am Saturday 15th June 2013
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12:00pm Sunday 26th May 2013
Charlie Dimmock found fame as the voluptuous redhead on TV’s Ground Force. From her quaint home in the New Forest, she chats to Gabrielle Fagan about getting her hands dirty in her own garden and how she’s preparing for old age
12:00pm Saturday 25th May 2013
10:00am Sunday 19th May 2013
He investigated the most notorious murders in British history. But, asks Faith Eckersall, what do we really know about the Dorset detective who tried and failed to catch Jack the Ripper? A new book lays bare the life of Frederick George Abberline
2:00pm Saturday 18th May 2013
10:00am Saturday 18th May 2013
Cross-dressing marathon-running comedian Eddie Izzard has sold out three nights in Bournemouth as part of his Force Majeure tour taking in 25 countries. Faith Eckersall looks at the man behind the huge success
10:00am Saturday 11th May 2013
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2:00pm Saturday 4th May 2013
10:00am Saturday 4th May 2013
While most international music legends choose to swan around in massive cribs on the California coast, this particular erudite elder statesman of rock is happy with a modest home in Lyme Regis – complete with a potting shed, dried flowers in the kitchen and mugs with cats on.
VIDEO: Kirill Karabits on being a 'superconductor', feeling at home in Bournemouth and the BSOs Imax concerts
8:00am Saturday 4th May 2013
HE was born and brought up in Kiev, attending the National Tchaikovsky Music Academy. Later, he continued his studies in Vienna and Stuttgart and made his first public conducting appearance at the age of 19.
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