Rotary on the Radio

FRIDAY 19th February 2016

9am – 12 noon

THE COMMUNITY SHOW with Pauline Homeshaw and Eddie Gaines

Repeat Monday 4 – 7pm Wednesday 4 – 7am



9.00am      Seed Swap – Sarah Weston, Herb Field Manager at the Organic herb Trading Company near Milverton talks about this annual event where you can acquire and trade masses of seeds for the new planting season!


9.30           P J Lennon’s Cricket Report – Jake Seamer shared the captaincy of Somerset in 1948


9.45           Gaby Grace’s husband Philip died of Motor Neurone Disease almost 4 years ago.  Gaby talks about his book “When you are Dying” written with great difficulty as the disease told hold.  Gaby and Pauline discuss the route to death and how we tackle that hardest of situations. Gaby works now as the County EcumenicalOfficer for all the churches in Somerset, which gives her strength and encouragement.  (First broadcast on 31st January 2014)


10.15         Cinema at the Brewhouse! Eddie Gaines talks about new ideas at the theatre and what’s in store for us this Spring!


10.30         New Year and February financial blues? Taunton Citizens Advice expert Heather Read will talk about being “Pension Wise”.  She will also warn against scams that could put your savings and security at risk.  (First broadcast on 15th Jan)


11.00         “Local Rotary, an Update”.  Anthony Askew talks to three guests from the local Rotary Clubs, Wiveliscombe, Wellington and Wellington District


11.30         L B Loxley’s Wildlife – Join LB on a tour to some of his local wildlife places to see what’s out and about as well as some of the fascinating history behind them.






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