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On radio channel 1 of the Hospedia bedside unit in Dorset County Hospital and Online (see above) on your own device. Ridgeway Radio now relays many programmes from KeeP 106 together with dedicated live programmes for DCH. Now and upcoming…
310 guests celebrated the best and brightest from the air ambulance community on Monday 12th November at the national Air Ambulance Awards of Excellence 2018.
Awards hosts Richard Madeley and Angellica Bell handed out 12 Awards to outstanding individuals and teams, whose stories were inspirational, astounding and humbling. The awards, which are independently judged, went to pilots, paramedics, doctors, fundraisers and volunteers who collected their trophies at a ceremony held on the night. (more…)
- Interview with Lord Fellowes in which he says the book he has on the go currently is the story of the early life of Marilyn Monroe. He gives his selection of the seven books he would take if marooned on a desert island
- We talk to LAPD prosecutor Ron Bowers who was charged with re-opening the death of Marilyn Monroe as a cold case. Was it murder or was it suicide?
- As many as 400 Dorset residents in fuel poverty may die of the cold this winter. The charity Surviving Winter is there to help and their CEO talks about its work
- Visit website: dorsetcommunityfoundation.org
- Contact the Team: 01202 670815
- Ridgeway Magazine re-visits the Horse Course, a charity in which horses are used to teach people and children how to overcome their behavioural problems and addictions
- Visit website: www.thehorsecourse.org
- The long playing record is 70 years old. We look at how listening to music has changed since then and ask our presenters which LP was the first one they bought
To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World
War, Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance is displaying the Poppy of Remembrance
on their AW169 helicopter and Critical Care Car over the centenary period.
This year marks the 100th year since the end of the First World
War, in which millions of service personnel were seriously injured, wounded or
sadly lost their lives. As part of the anniversary, Dorset and Somerset Air
Ambulance Volunteers were proud to represent the Charity at a Poppy of Honour
Event which was held in Wincanton on Saturday 6th October.
- Paul Atterbury live in the studio gives a heads up (perhaps that should be eyes down) on the upcoming Dorchester Literature Festival.
- Sir Tim Smit, chairman of Eden Project International, introduces Portlanders to the plans for a world class attraction and gives Ridgeway Magazine exclusively his “no brainer” idea for another attraction on the Isle.
- “Pet Patter”…vet Malcolm Welshman talks about his new book “An Armful of Animals” and gives us a peek inside it.
- Do children still pay conkers in this age of Health and Safety? We report on how the “conkering” Germans have saved the World Conker Championships.
- Littlemoor has at last got its new shop which sells food. Is it just what the locals wanted?
- The Weymouth harbour-side Peninsular (Pavilion) site. The council’s leisure focused plans, just announced, are derided by the business community. And is the site really worth millions, or not much at all?
- We harness the views of the Weymouth Business Investment District, the Chamber of Trade and a developer.
- A councillor accuses the council of not listening to the views of the townspeople and voting to go ahead with the unpopular plan.
- We visit Radipole RSPB nature reserve and report 17 swans may not have been stolen or slaughtered after all. And autumn is the best time for bird watching.
- We air the second part of the report on shared ownership – this time for the elderly in Poundbury.
Community Radio News
The new community radio station from Dorchester is now up and running and Ridgeway Radio is relaying some of it’s programmes as well as live programmes especially for our listeners in Dorset County Hospital.
If you would like to be involved with KeeP 106 there are many ways to do so. We need volunteers including presenters, technicians, production assistants, fundraisers and local event reporters.
For more information about KeeP 106 follow these links:
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For up to date visitor information go to the Dorset County Hospital website. Click the logo…