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INSIGHT Spring 2014 (Edition 124)

Recorded: 
Saturday, 8 March 2014
Track Summary Audio
1: Introduction

Hello. Welcome to the Spring edition of Insight, number one hundred and twenty-four in the series of quarterly recorded magazines, produced by Chichester...

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2: Paula's Progress

Among the team of volunteers for Talking News, we have a number who have been helping for many years but, with the passing of time, some leave and are,...

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3: Theo's Future

Former Army officer Colonel Mike Brooke has had a busy retirement. He is a trustee of UK Blind Veterans, the new name for St Dunstan’s, the Services...

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4: A house built in four days

Staying in Bosham, our next piece, read by Marion Porter, is about a house in the village. Not one of the many historic homes near the waterfront but a new...

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5: Fifty years of Chichester Harbour

Living as we do surrounded by attractive scenery from the downs to the English Channel, it is easy to forget the effort which goes into conserving the...

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6: My love for the Alvis

The wildlife of Chichester Harbour is one of the great loves of our old friend naturalist Richard Williamson,  but he has a number of other passions,...

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7: Sailing Blind

When people are asked about their greatest fears, public speaking comes in the top three. But for anyone in the Chichester area who wants or needs to speak...

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8: CFT, an island of satellites

Encouraging self-confidence in young people and giving them an outlet for their talents is one of the benefits of amateur acting groups. In the Chichester...

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9: Louis Armstrong's House, New York

Louis Armstrong’s House, New York
For our final item we are going much further afield: to the United States. New York Beyond Sight is a charity...

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