Dorking still Talking come what May!

Here we are with the May edition of Dorking Talking. We hope you’re keeping well and plan to keep you informed and amused as we blow our own trumpet with an interview about Dorking Talking Newspaper on BBC Radio Surrey. Then there’s news of what some of the leading Sight loss charities are doing to support people during this lockdown, a look back to VE Day, 75 years ago this month, and information about how the local churches are responding to the virus. We’ve been amused by one letter to an MP, by another apparently written by a local vicar, and by a story whose moral is that a husband’s place is always in the wrong… We check out the history of some favourite pub games and of course we also make time for food and drink.  So how about settling down with your favourite tipple and clicking the link to join us for the next hour or so…

Or you can find us on your smartphone using the BWBF Talking Newspaper App.

  1. May Welcome & Birthdays
  2. DDTN on Radio Surrey
  3. Burglar Letter to MP
  4. VE Anniversary
  5. Geoff Bland Remembers VE Day
  6. Quiz Riddles
  7. Calibre Near Normal Service
  8. Macular Society Increases Phone Services
  9. PSS Extra Large Jigsaws
  10. Pub Games
  11. St James the Least of All
  12. A Tale of Two Robins
  13. Mark Davison Cycles the Lanes
  14. Nanna Marchant’s Ginger Fairlings
  15. RNIB Free TN & TV Listings
  16. Riddle Me This Answers
  17. Back to Being 10 story
  18. Thought: Church via Internet & Phone
  19. Endpiece

 

 

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