Missed an interview or local report, or just want to have another listen? Here you will find plenty of local audio content to keep you informed!
Here's your chance to listen again, or even listen for the first time, to Across The Bay with Jan Reid & Peter Guise, first broadcast on Saturday 17th August 2019. In this edition we report on Home Start, a Canterbury murder, Herne Bay High's exam results, Tankerton coastguard lookout and a jail term for dangerous driving. We also have special features on Plastic Free Herne Bay and Look 4 a Book.
Here's your chance to either listen again, or listen for the first time, to Cabin FM's weekly local news and magazine programme, Across The Bay with Jan Reid & Peter Guise, first broadcast on Saturday 10th August 2019. In this edition, we report on new plans for Highland Court, assaults in the High Street and the stench in Swalecliffe. We also talk to local jazz legend Kai Hoffman about the Herne Bay Jazz and Swing Fest.
Here's your chance to either listen again or even fror the first time to Across The Bay with Jan Reid & Peter Guise. Across The Bay is Cabin FM's weekly local news and magazine programme. This is the edition first broadcast on Saturday 3rd August 2019 and includes a feature on the Safety Event held in the Sainsbury's Car Park Herne Bay organised by Community Wardens.
Here's a cance to listen again, or listen for the first time, to Across The Bay with Jan Reid and Peter Guise first broadcast on Cabin FM on Saturday 2oth July 2019. As well as a review of the local news and sport Jan and Peter delve into the City Council's declaration of a Climate Emergency with Reculver Ward Councillor Rachel Carnac explaining the council's first steps. We also talk to Herne Bay FC manager Ben Smith.
If you missed this Saturday's edition of Across The Bay with Jan Reid & Peter Guise, or would just like to listen again, then here's your chance. In the local news this week, a Herne Bay Flag, Herne Bay Rocks is Back, and the Beltinge homes development comes under fire again. Featured this week is the Chemotherapy Gifts Bag fund raiser at Gingerbreads. We talk to the organisers and to the Sheriff of Canterbury.
Here's a chance to either listen again, or listen for the first time, to Across The Bay with Jan Reid & Peter Guise first broadcast on Saturday 22nd June 2019. This is Herne Bay's local community radio news and magazine programme. Local news items include electric car charging points, Herne Bay Rocks and East Kent Housing. This week's feature showcases the Fun Dog Show whilst Jan & Peter discuss Clean Air Day.
With the technical gremlins banished, Across The Bay scheduled for Saturday 15th June was broadcast in its repeat slot of Sunday 16th June 2019 and is now availablr here to listen again or to listen to for the first time. As well as reviewing the news for the week Jan & Peter find out about the model of Apollo XI command module, Columbia, being made for the Herne Bay Creates event in July.
If you missed this Saturday's Across The Bay with Jan Reid and Peter Guise, then here's your chance to listen again. Maybe you'd like to hear it again. This edition was first broadcast on Saturday 8th June 2019 and contains a review of the local news and sport for the week plus a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Celebration of Barry Manilow at the Kings Hall although this competition is time limited.
If you missed this Saturday's edition of Across The Bay with Jan Reid & Peter Guise, or just want to listen again, then here's your chance. In this edition Cabin FM's news team report on local issues and feature an initiative to give support to Chemotherapy patients. We also hear from the new manager at Herne Bay Football Club.
If you didn't get a chance to listen to this week's edition of Across The Bay then you can still catch it here, or if you want to listen again. In this week's edition, as well as the local news round up, Jan and Peter include a report on the Herne By-pass consultation and a chat with Rachel Carnac, the new ward councillor for Reculver on Canterbury City Council.