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October 30, 2012 08:31 AM PDT

Brighton and Hove Eco Energy

The OneWorld Community Show from Sunday 22nd July 2012, on RadioReverb - community radio for Brighton and Hove

Talking with Dolly Garcia from this local community organisation that promotes energy saving and green energy sources - also the original organisers of the Brighton Eco Energy Fairs - We discuss the current state of Global Warming, Greenhouse Gases, Melting Icecaps and increasingly extreme weather here and around the world - and look at practical solutions for all

Plus, music from Brighton's Spalien Acecraft and singer/songwriter; Sharon Lewis, and snippets of other music from the broadcast show, cut down for licensing reasons

Produced and Presented by Donald Shier

50 minutes in length

January 27, 2011 03:49 AM PST

Climate Connections Exhibition and Sewing for a Greener World

On The Environment Show from Tuesday 11 January 2011 

On The Environment Show - Tuesday 11 January at 5pm & with repeats at 11pm Tues. and 6am on Wednesday 12 January 2011 (The same proceedure as two weeks ago, and the week before that: - some recycled features from last year, but relevant to current news items) 

•  Hear Gianpaolo Boldrini from the Brighton & Hove Climate Connections project and Ruth England from Brighton Peace and Environment Centre talking about the launch of this exciting local initiative - Climate Connections Exhibition in Churchill Square - From Monday, 10 January 2011 - 11:00am To Sunday, 06 February 2011 – 17:00 - Climate Connections large scale exhibition will be in Churchill Square, Brighton for four weeks until Sunday February 06. Go along and read stories of individuals and community groups from different parts of the world and from Brighton & Hove connected by the challenge of climate change

•  And hear Kat Neeser from Sew in Brighton talking about the environmental benefits of sewing and making and mending clothes and about the classes she runs locally. For example: Beginner Pattern Cutting Course - starts Thursday February 17th 2011. 11 consecutive Thursdays 7pm-9pm at The Werks in Hove (off Palmiera Sq) BN3 2BE- The ultimate in 'designer' clothes...! Learn to make perfect fitting clothing patterns by making the pattern for an original skirt to your OWN DESIGN and measurements... then use the same techniques at home to create your own trousers, dresses, tops etc. - In this detailed course you will learn how to create lots of types of designs and styles including hipsters, splits, minis, maxis, panels, waistbands, pockets, seams, gathers, pleats, fit and flare and many more...techniques which can be used for designing shirts, dresses etc too. - There are 8 places left on the course (12 places available in total). Cost for the 11 week course is £130 (split payment option available) THE SEWING BIT - You will need basic sewing skills and have made a garment before to get best from this course. You'll also need access to a sewing machine to sew up your first skirt sample mid-March. If you need a few sewing classes or a sewing achine we run our popular Tuesday night sewing classes in Brighton OR can rent you a machine at our studio in Hove - £5 a session

Plus additional EnviroNews for Brighton and Hove

And great music from our city and the World - including:   Carnival Collective, Sharon Lewis, Sparrow, Zora and the Tatsmiths and Cate Ferris   


March 15, 2011 10:54 AM PDT

Interviews from Previous Environment Shows - The 22 February 2011 Environment Show

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On The Environment Show - Tuesday 22 February 2011 at 5pm & repeated at 11pm (and also on Wednesday 23 Feb at 6am) -

- Improvements to council recycling - With Adam Batchelor  

- The Friends of William Clarke Park  

- Wind Powered entertainment - fresh air and exercise with Brighton Kite Festival - 6th March 2011  BKF Fly-in, Saltdean Vale, Just off the A259 behind Saltdean Lido. 3rd April 2011  BKF Fly-in, Saltdean Vale, Just off the A259 behind Saltdean Lido. 1st May 2011  BKF Fly-in, Saltdean Vale, Just off the A259 behind Saltdean Lido. 28th-29th May 2011 Brighton Kite Festival (provisional) - Brighton Kite Festival is a free public event not to be missed and brings some interesting shapes, sizes and colour to Stanmer Park that would not normally be seen there 

- and David Bellamy in Brighton talking about Biodiversity and the Big Broad Leaf Tree Giveaway

Plus great local, and other, music including: Amity, Sparrow, Wide Eyed Order and The Stars Down to Earth

56 minutes in length

March 16, 2011 12:19 PM PDT

Africa Biodieversity & Friends of the Earth, B&H - On the 1 March 2011 Environment Show

On The Show - Tuesday 1 March 2011 at 5pm & repeated at 11pm (and also on Wednesday 2 March at 6am)  Hear Year 10 students from Dorothy Stringer School in Brighton, Josie and Ioasia, talking about Biodiversity in Africa, with Dr Dan Danahar, after returning from a visit to Ghana in West Africa


Also hear Chris Todd, representative of Brighton and Hove Friends of the Earth talking about successful environmental campaigning locally and also about the Sustainable Brighton events coming up this week

Plus great local, and other, music, including, from Brighton and Hove; Zora and the Tatsmiths

56 minutes in length

March 28, 2013 10:53 AM PDT

How Good Is The Green Deal? 

The OneWorld Community Show from Sunday 10th February 2013 on RadioReverb - Community Radio for Brighton and Hove (UK)

Will Government loans help you to be energy efficient at home and save money? We talk about the Green Deal Pioneer Places scheme - with studio guest; Liam Muckleston from Caydoo green networking website and Brighton and Hove 10:10 partnership

In December 2012, Brighton & Hove City Council, working with partners Brighton and Hove 10:10, The Green Building Partnership and Low Carbon Trust, successfully secured government funding to run a Green Deal pilot scheme in the city called Green Deal Pioneer Places. The Green Deal is a new government initiative designed to help householders and businesses improve the energy efficiency of their properties and therefore reduce energy bills. The Green Deal allows you to install energy-saving measures without having to pay all the costs up front. You can borrow the money to pay for the home-energy improvements, and the amount you repay should be equal to or less than the amount you are expected to save on energy bills by having the work done. We talk to Liam about the Green Deal, and how good a deal it is; for consumers and for the planet. We also hear about the local Green Deal pilot scheme, which is now too late to be aplied for (sorry: - But it might still be interesting to hear about )

Plus: Community News with Tino

And with great music from Brighton with - Apples and Eve, Porchlight Smoker, Foxes! Plus The Ramonas from different places in the South East but with Victoria from Brighton - and, from Suriname in South America; Emmely Kartoredjo

Produced and Presented by Donald Shier and Tino Leonard 59 minutes in length

February 27, 2013 10:11 AM PST

Brighton Eco Fashion + Eco Festival - The OneWorld Community Show From 24th June 2012  

Leftover Designs + Magpie's Eco Festival 14 July 2012

On RadioReverb - Brighton and Hove's Community Radio Station - UK - Produced and Presented by Donald Shier

Live in the studio intverwiew with Bel from Eco Fashion and Homeware label; Leftover Designs. She is also a member of the Magpie recycling co-operative. They have been recycling in Brighton for 20 years and are celebrating this with an Eco Festival in Saunders Park, off the Lewes Road in Brighton, on 14th July 2012

The festival will be held just next to Magpie's Shabitat superstore, which is just next to the Vogue Gyratory roundabout. We talk to Bel about the current world of recycling, green fashion and what's happening at the Eco Festival

There is also music from Cindy Sanyu from Uganda, Martha Tilston's previous band; Mouse, plus Sparrow, King Porter Stomp and Mauve - all based in Brighton and Hove

This podcast is 55 minutes in length

February 21, 2013 09:49 AM PST

Seedy Swap + Brighton Biosphere

The OneWorld Community Show from Sunday 27th January 2013 on RadioReverb, community radio for Brighton and Hove (UK)

Interveiws live in the studio about - Seedy Sunday; Brighton and Hove's massive anual seed swapping event And the local Biosphere Bid Partnership - can our local environement get United Nations recognition as a beacon of greenness?

Pat Bowen, Chair Person of the Organising Committee of Brighton and Hove's Seedy Seedy Sunday tells us about how this is the UK's biggest community seed swap. The event takes place every February in Brighton and Hove, in southern England. This year it's on Sunday 3rd of February at Brighton's Corn Exchange. Seedy Sunday is also a campaign to protect biodiversity and protest against the increasing control of the seed supply by a handful of large companies

Chris Todd from Friends of The Earth and the Brighton, Hove and Lewes Biosphere Project Partnership is in the studio talking about how a bid to get special recognition for parts of the South Downs National Park surrounding Brighton and Hove and Lewes has been launched. The ‘Here, here – For Our Biosphere’s Natural Community’ campaign is calling for the area, which includes the city of Brighton and Hove to be named as a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) “site of excellence”, also known as a biosphere reserve. He tells us how we can get invovled in this and also give our views on this, until April 2013

Plus great music from Brighton and Hove (With Fifi Dewey and also Rotait) and beyond

Produced and Presented by Donald Shier

58 minutes in length

January 07, 2011 10:35 AM PST

Happy New Organic Gardening Year with Mouse & Ruth from BHOGG - Tips for January 2011
- On The Environment Show - Tuesday 4 January 2011

Hear Mouse Dismore & Ruth Urbanowicz from Brighton and Hove Organic Gardening Group (BHOGG) with thier regular Organic Gardening Tips for January, and with news about their group

BHOGG meetings - Most are open to all except where stated. The Phoenix Community Centre has access for wheelchair users. Free to BHOGG members, non-members are welcome to make a donation of £2/£1 conc on the door. You can join BHOGG at any event • Friday January 21st “The Soils of Brighton & Hove” - An illustrated talk with local historian /geographer Geoff Mead offering a close look at the variety of soils we garden on in our city. Phoenix Community Centre 7.30 – 9pm

Plus great music including : Carnival Collective • Pollito Boogaloo, • The Napier Carols based at the Napier Pub on Southover Street, Brighton • The Half Ssisters • Wide Eyed Order

and More Environews - 55 minutes in length

March 16, 2011 01:06 PM PDT

Friends of the Level & Organic Gardening Tips for March with BHOGG - 8 March 2011 Environment Show

Hear Ruth Urbanowicz and Mouse Dismore from Brighton and Hove Organic Gardening Group (BHOGG) with Organic Gardening Tips. A monthly edition of the InBrighton Environment Show. The show includes organic gardening tips for the month of March (as it is in the UK), news about BHOGG events and activities and other environment news for the B&H area 

Also hear Matt Cook, Chairperson of the Friends of The Level community group talking about the consultation on redevelopment of this central Brighton Park. And about how you can take part in this and also this Friends of a park group; one of many in Brighton and Hove 

Plus great local, and other, music, including, from Brighton: Pollito Boogaloo, Sparrow and Sharon Lewis

March 12, 2011 01:30 PM PST

Interviews and a talk from Seedy Sundy at Hove Town Hall - On the 15 February 2011 Environment Show

Seedy Sunday report and part of one of the talks that took place there - Hear Sue & Neil from Seedy Sunday talking about this Community Seed Swap and Environment Fair - now in it's tenth year - recorded at Hove Town Hall  on Sunday 6 February 2011

Plus more local Environews and  music from Brighton and Hove  from Pollito Boogaloo from here and some snippets of music from beyond B&H (sorry snippets only due to licensing reasons)

50 Minutes in Length

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