With reluctance, we must stop sending out our programmes on memory sticks until restrictions are lifted. There has been a surge in the pandemic locally, many of our volunteers are in the high risk category, and we have a duty to protect them. We will continue to record the programmes from our homes as we have done throughout the pandemic.

Programmes can be listened to on our website ("Latest Edition" page), via the British Wireless for the Blind (BWBF) App on smartphones, and Alexa. We look forward to better days ahead when we can reinstate full service.

INSIGHT Winter 2016 (Edition 135)

Saturday, 3 December 2016
Track Summary Audio
1: Introduction
2: Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost, read by Chris Doman
3: Bosham acupuncturist Caroline King, interview by Alicia Denny
4: Venice by the Rev Stephen Guise
5: Chichester Festival Theatre audio visit, produced by the Voice of Progress
6: Tangmere Aviation Museum, interview by Geoffrey Archer
7: Ballad of the Bread Man by Charles Causley, read by Madeline Doman
8: Chichester City Band, interview with musical director Major Tim Cooper by Alicia Denny
9: The Sailors' Carol by Hilaire Belloc, read by Chris Doman
10: Boxgrove Priory Village profile by Roger Green
11: Christmas Day by Andrew Young, read by Madeline Doman