Listen Online

On this page, you have the opportunity to listen online to our four most recent weekly programmes as distributed to our regular listeners. You can also hear previous Interviews, as well as The Talking Bookshelf (audio book reviews) – just click on the heading and select which one you wish to hear.

In order to download (e.g for use by another Talking Newspaper), simply right click on ‘Download’ (below each item) and save the link wherever you wish to store it. If you do use this facility, please advise SADTN (email info@sadtn.org.uk) and please also respect the integrity of the item and contributors in any re-editing you wish to make.

Recent Editions

  • 21 April 2018 - Red Saturn

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  • 14th April 2018 - Saturn

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  • 6th April 2018

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  • 24 March 2018 - News Extra

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  • Quarterly Magazine - Spring 2018

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Archives

Three Religions- One God? Three local community leaders – who worked together in the Fleetville area of St Albans over some years – discuss the similarities and differences between Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

Interviews     Interviews with a wide variety of local people covering an equally wide range of topics.

Talking Bookshelf      Reviews and discussions of audio-book titles –some new releases and a few old favourites – including extracts from the recordings by kind permission of Calibre Audio (www.calibre.org.uk).

Nature Notes    The Herts Advertiser’s nature correspondent Rupert Evershed reads his monthly column.

A County at War: Life on the Home Front in Hertfordshire    Howard Guard talks with Jill Burridge in two sessions about his film, ‘A County at War’, made in 2014 to mark the start of the First World War and the impact on the local community as well as the tragic losses by The Hertfordshire Regiment at the Battle of Passchendaele (The Third Battle of Ypres) in 1917.  Includes extracts from the film.

Community Matters    Interviews with a wide range of local charities and volunteer groups –  a joint venture with our local community radio station, Radio Verulam (92.6 FM – www.radioverulam.com).

 

St Albans Talking Newspaper