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Nick discovers why walking can get you pregnant.
Nick finds out why Sylvia from Winchester was one of 29…
Nick finds out what green peas have to do with galaxies.
Nick finds out why Weymouth is going wild for Easter
Three hours of fun and great music for your Sunday morning.
Nick discusses horses, grants and Prince Charles with rural correspondent Martin Bazeley.
Nick chats to Dr Simon Cripps chair of the Dorset Wildlife Trust.
Nick finds out why spring is just around the corner in the New Forest.
Nick looks ahead to the New Forest volunteers fair.
Nick hears about the project to renovate the historic canopy at Swanage railway station.
Nick finds out why a football is kicked around in Corfe Castle on Shrove Tuesday.
It's 'International Brian Day' on the show. So Brian Girdler talks to Brian.
Nick finds out how you could be a crew member on Titanic.
Nick finds out about nostalgic Scouts in Eastleigh.
Wimborne food festival organiser Clare Kavanagh tells Nick about this year's event
Nick discovers how to inflate a planetarium
Three hours of fun and great music.
Father Christmas reveals some of his secrets ahead of the busiest night of his year.
Hampshire based children's author Angela McAllister reviews the newspapers.
Nick looks into his family’s link with the Kennedy family, in ‘Who do you think I Am’.
Nick finds out why pottery isn’t just kids play and why Romsey will soon be much brighter.
Nick finds out why this year's Wimborne Food Festival was the best ever.
Combine a Christmas shopping trip with a visit to a Grade I listed Castle.
Nick takes an early look at next year's New Forest Show
Discover why the Hampshire and IOW Wildlife Trust is attempting to Push down the Barriers.
Nick discovers why Edgar Goble is scaring visitors at Gosport’s Museum of Naval Firepower.
Find out out why Downton Abbey’s Hugh Bonneville is visiting Liphook Carnival.