The fifteenth episode of The Chi Pod is available here.
Vicky Edwards of Spot On Ceremonies talks about being a celebrant.
Helen Neary, chartered psychologist and psychology lecturer at Chichester College, offers some mental health guidance to pupils and parents as schools return following the easing of the pandemic restrictions.
And flapjacks are the subject of ‘The Baking Corner’ with Angela from Happy Go Baking.
This is the last episode in the current series of The Chi Pod.
The fourteenth episode of The Chi pod is available here.
Dr Katie Armstrong talks about the menopause and her work at Clinic 51 which is based at The Barn, Little London.
Paul Butler from Sussex Cleaners chats about the history of his business based in The Hornet and tells Duncan how to iron a shirt properly.
Angela Curiello of Happy Go Baking is in ‘The Baking Corner’ and on this episode is making delicious scones.
The thirteenth episode of The Chi Pod is available here.
Landlady Michelle Clatworthy of The Bell Inn talks about this historic Chichester pub and their food and drink delivery service that’s currently available during lock down.
Almost 73-year old Rod Humphrey tells Duncan why he is walking 874 miles to help raise money for research into Motor Neurone Disease.
Angela Curiello of Happy Go Baking is once again in ‘The Baking Corner’ with a delicious recipe for banana bread.
Plus there is the latest news and information as lock down continues in Chichester.
The twelfth episode of The Chi Pod is available here.
Annie Foot from Chichester Wellbeing talks about how we can maintain our physical and mental health during lock down.
Seth Wise from 90 Degrees North explains how he is training for the North Pole Marathon.
And Angela Curiello from Happy Go Baking steps out of ‘The Baking Corner’ in this episode to talk about her other work as an event and concert organiser.
Plus there’s the latest news and information for Chichester as lock down continues.
The eleventh episode of The Chi Pod is available here.
Legendary local radio presenter Ian Crouch (or ‘Crouchie’ as he is known to many) talks about the launch of a new radio station that promises ‘proper local radio’ for Chichester. V2 Radio launches shortly and you’ll hear more about their plans.
Sirkka Fist from Ommie explains about the importance of yoga for children.
And we learn about the history and making of cookies with Angela Curiello from Happy Go Baking in ‘The Baking Corner’.
Plus there’s vital news and information for Chichester as the latest lock down continues.
The tenth episode of The Chi Pod is available here. It’s a bumper festive episode featuring some great folk.
Dale Rooks from the Chichester Festival Theatre talks to Duncan about ‘Pinocchio’ which is being performed this year by the Chichester Festival Youth Theatre. We chat to Father James Cooper of St. George’s Church in Donnington about the challenges of the past year and also about ‘The Vicar of Dibley’!
Elaine Hart of Power Fitness Events tells Duncan all about a fundraising event she has organised to raise money for The Sussex Snowdrop Trust on January 1st. There’s another session in ‘The Baking Corner’ with Angela Curiello of Happy Go Baking as she shares her wisdom regarding mince pies.
And local musician and singer/songwriter Mike Fry provides some festive music for the podcast with a specially written song called ‘Oh, What A Year’.
The ninth episode of The Chi Pod is available here – featuring Simon Seacombe from Seacombe & Co – salon and barber shop – based at the City Business Centre. Plus hear from Councillor Alan Sutton and Councillor Tony Dignum about two new campaigns that have been launched by Chichester District Council on the run up to Christmas. And we welcome new recruit Angela Curiello from Happy Go Baking who talks about the joys of Victoria Sponge!
The eight episode of The Chi Pod is available here – it features Aimee Luckham of The Electric Lady tattoo & piercing studio and local photographer and writer Rachel Poulton.
The seventh episode of The Chi Pod is available here – it features Tonie Ellis of Bond A Frame and local writer Carol Godsmark.
The sixth episode of The Chi Pod is available here – it features Debbie Ford of The Chichester Social and Harry Boulter of Time Machine Records based in the Almshouse Arcade in The Hornet.