Neil Sackley announces the 3rd winner of BBC Radio Solent's playwright competition
Plus, the latest on Theresa May's visit to Salisbury.
Plus, the latest from the Commons on the poisoning of the Russian spy in Salisbury.
Spring Statement, toxicologists analyse a nerve agent, and why the kettle's going on.
Remembering Ken Dodd, plus big news for Portsmouth's Gospel Choir.
Extra teams to repair potholes in Hampshire after cold spell.
The latest on the Salisbury poisoning and Neil finds out about world kidney day
Louisa Hannan brings you news, travel, sport and great music for the drive home.
Sam Fraser sits in to bring you news, travel, sport and great music for the drive home.
Entertainment expert Emma Bullimore from TV Times has the highlights from the Oscars.
Neil hears how the hospitals have been coping with the snow and how the trains haven’t.
As the south struggles home in the snow, Neil has essential travel and weather updates.
A UK network of over 500 talking newspapers - Neil Sackley visits one in Fareham.
A chance for a band in the south to perform in front of thousands on Southampton Common!
A new musical is in Southampton marking the 50's era in quite a different way.
Plus, Lou brings you the latest on the Brexit talks.
Plus, the Dorset farmer who's backing calls for a dog DNA database to be set up.
Plus, Hits and Headlines with music from T Rex and Paul McCartney.
Plus, Hampshire's Mark Read from the band A1, on why he's treading the boards.
An football shirt scam, rough sleepers in Fareham, and a spitfire lands in Southampton.
Plus, find out what Anita Dobson is doing in our part of the world.
Plus, why people with dementia in Hampshire are experiencing the benefits of Tai Chi.
Rise in dog thefts, breakthrough for dementia drugs research, and the 'Porthole Murder'.
Plus, marking 100 years when women, aged over 30, were first granted the vote.