Wandsworth Radio Noticeboard – 19th-25th February

Wandsworth Radio Noticeboard – 19th-25th February

Welcome to the Wandsworth Radio Noticeboard! This is a weekly post which sums up all of the great stuff that appears on Wandsworth Radio for your listening pleasure. If you miss something it is also always available on Mixcloud or Soundcloud. Enjoy all that is to come this ...

The Awkward 2nd Blog (of the season)…

The Awkward 2nd Blog (of the season)…

The Sports Blog is back and it’s better than ever… well maybe! So what can I tell you right now? It’s a mixed bag for our local sides at the moment but let’s have a look. Chelsea’s topsy turvy title defence continues to falter as they have now dropped out of the top 4, and ...

1996 and All That!

1996 and All That!

What were you doing in 1996? Were you part of the first Pride Afterparty on Clapham Common? Whether you were or weren’t, here’s a fabulous opportunity to join in the ’96 Festival at the Omnibus in Clapham.  Hannah Williams talks to the curator of the festival Marie McCarthy ...

Radio play and documentary to mark centenary of women’s right to vote

Radio play and documentary to mark centenary of women’s right to vote

Wandsworth Radio is commemorating the 100th anniversary of some women’s right to vote this year as the borough has a proud history of women’s suffrage with a new radio play. Wandsworth Radio also wants to hear from local people with any personal stories for a documentary ...

Goodbye Grumpy Grandad….

Goodbye Grumpy Grandad….

One of our most wonderful volunteers the one and only Stephen Zetter (Grumpy Grandad) passed away just before Christmas. Steve returned home from our studio after presenting his final radio show on Sunday 17th December. Steve spent the day performing in our annual Christmas ...

“No Petticoats Here…”

“No Petticoats Here…”

We can expect to see a lot of Suffragette imagery over the next 12 months; 2018 marks the centenary of some women over 30 and all men over 21 getting the Vote in February 1918. Suffragette militancy and personal sacrifice were vital to gaining headlines and getting publicity