SCC Leader Tim Oliver talks to me about revitalising the economy, protecting the health service and looking after his own division of Weybridge.
I interview Redhill East councillor Jonathan Essex on both faraway devastation and domestic problems.
I interview Woking’s former mayor and current Woking South councillor, Will Forster.
A week of cultural events were planned for Redhill and Reigate. The pandemic put a stop to it. But the future is not set.
Dr. David Starkey has always been a controversial figure, but this reached a peak in recent weeks. Years ago, I met the man when he came to the Harlequin Theatre in Redhill.
I speak to Father Andrew Cunnington about the food bank in his church and its service during the Covid-19 crisis.
The demolition of the Longmead Building in Redhill would be a local tragedy. But the issue isn’t black and white. Do the means justify the ends?
As the UK’s lockdown restrictions begin to relax, Pistachios in the Park, Priory Park’s prominent circular cafe, reopens for business.
Taking action even under the strictures of lockdown, XR fear a return to the damaging normal after the Covid-19 crisis has shown what effect radical change can have on the climate.
Visiting the Maple Road allotments, I found that they were a perfect way to alleviate the stresses of lockdown.