BBC Children In Need, Barbara Taylor-Bradford and Made In Dagenham
Neil's Sunday evening programme is a mix of reviews and previews from the world of arts and culture, mixed with a selection of music that will leave you wanting more.
This week he hears about Pudsey’s giant TV tea party tea party at Bournemouth’s Adventure Wonderland theme park, which launches BBC South’s annual Children In Need appeal.
Barbara Taylor-Bradford talks about her new novel ‘Playing The Game’ which has just been released in hardback.
Neil finds out why students in Portsmouth were getting plastered this week, in the name of Art, and discovers the history of policing in Hampshire.
BBC Radio Solent’s Lena Samuels reviews the film Made In Dagenham, and has some ideas to keep you occupied for the week ahead.
Hampshire county bowler Steve Whitehead rounds up the news from the bowling clubs in the county.
And you can help compile another A to Z playlist.
For those on the roads across the south of England, there is travel news as it happens. And a smile is promised as the weekend draws to a close.
BBC Radio Solent offers a choice of listening on a Sunday evening, with Neil on 96.1 and 103.8FM and on the BBC iPlayer, and The Paul Miller Soul Show on digital radio and the BBC iPlayer.