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Interview: Kent's trains to be severely disrupted over Easter - 02/04/15
are going to be severely disrupted over the long
weekend as major engineering work takes place - hear...
LISTEN: what's concerning you ahead of the Election 2015? - 17/04/15
Ahead of the
we are speaking to people in every
to find out what they are most concerned about -...
The Business Bunker show #24 snippet 2
a great MJ song to play. looking forward to your next post.
Thanks for following. Now I'm back in Kent - after a long time away - it's good to be making local connections.
RNLI Littlestone PODCAST January 2015
Behind the scenes at Littlestone-on-sea RNLI station with the sea and shore crew and fundraising team. Updates throughout the year. ...
Tracey Emin on her exhibition title
An extract from our interactive media guide that accompanies She Lay Down Deep Beneath the Sea: Tracey Emin at Turner Contemporary, where...
Singing D.I.S.C.O in highest voice ever
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I am poor little mouse and wants cheese
My 11-day weekend in Kent
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Thanks for helping me find the map, I have now added my location. Shirley
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Tea Break At The Oval
A Better Medway Podcast 1 - Stop Smoking Service - The 'Not a Puff' Rule
Listen to a specialist advisor (Sarah) from Medway Stop Smoking Service answer a question sent to us on Twitter - "Having quit...
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Nice first boo guys :)
Twelve Days of Christmas
Sing-a-long with our
fun with an educational twist, sung by staff from NHS
. The lyrics...
Selling Broadband Notspot Meeting
The comment from Joseph in Tokyo is amazing I agree! Brian
Defra may want farmers online to fill in the CTS (cattle movement service) databases and other things, but they do naff all about getting access to the farmers. Their main interest since labeckett days seems to be with protecting voles and other cuddly hedgedwellers. They seem happy to let us import all our food. Anyway, back to the topic of this boo... I think the thing to do in this village is to get some fibre to them, then let them distribute it themselves, I wish someone would give our village 50 grand, it would go halfway to providing FTTH for the whole village! I think individual contributions would do the rest. Having broadband to your property is better than having money in the bank. It increases the value of the residence apart from all the brilliant things a family can do when they have online access. Your audio boo could have been done in virtually any village in the country. They are all without decent access unless they are next to an exchange. (as you know) We have fantastic infrastructure round here via Lancs and Cumbria County councils but they won't share their toys. I think in areas of BT market failure that councils could be exempt from EU directives and support their communities in the same way that Kent is doing. What do you think? I think the level of £50k or whatever it is should be increased, or no level specified. If they are 'sharing' their infrastructure then they aren't actually incurring a cost, just saving the community the exorbitant charges of a telco (I was quoted £76k pa from BT just to get fibre to the area) chris
Brian, sitting on a train in Tokyo listening to your boo. What an amazing thing this is. What you said reminds me of the problems my home village in Herefordshire faces, and contrasts sharply with the access I have here where the 3g network outpaces the broadband I had back home. hope the UK catches up! Joseph
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