With a number of unexplained closures of bakeries in Bournemouth in the last few years, are we beginning to see the end of our independent bakers? Following the announcement of the closure of the Thornton Café at Castlepoint, and the mysterious disappearance of Baked 2 Take on Old Christchurch Road. Thornton’s Chocolatiers are owned by […]
AFC Bournemouth crashed out of the third round of the FA Cup against Wigan last night. The Cherries fell to a 3-0 defeat to the former FA Cup winners, the Latics. The Cherries took the Lancashire outfit to a replay following a last-minute equaliser by defender Steve Cook. But, in the replay it was the […]
The jury has today retired in the trial of three men accused of murdering a businessman. Guy Hedger, 61, died at his home in Castlewood, St Ives, in the early hours of 30 April 2017. Scott Keeping, 44, Jason Baccus, 42, both of Verney Close, Bournemouth and Kevin Downton, 40, of Winterborne Stickland, near Blandford, […]
This is my month by month review of the steps I took to leave me with my finished project. September I decided over Summer that my initial idea would be about footballers living on loan and investigating the struggle of young footballers. The idea was inspired by a player who played for my local team […]
With Shrewsbury set to become the first club in England to experiment with a safe standing area in their ground, Daniel Statham has been off to find out about the history of standing in English football and why some are still opposed to safe standing. […]
A short radio package about why standing isn’t allowed in British Football anymore. I investigated why standing is no longer allowed in football games and investigated further about the Hillsborough disaster, speaking to Sue Roberts, who lost her brother Graham in the tragedy.
A short two minute package about standing in football. I investigate what safe standing is. I headed down to Bristol to meet the man behind safe standing, Jon Darch.