A Winchester life
Winchester's community is as diverse as its attractions, heritage and culture. We look at its traditions, events and landscapes through the eyes of three people who live and work in the district.
Just click on the links below to read our exclusive 'day in the life of' interviews.
To mark the first year of the South Down's National Park official designation, we spoke to Nick to find out more about the land, his day-to-day role in it and the legacy that National Park status is hoped to bring.
We interviewed Sian Thomas in 2009 to catch a glimpse of life behind the scenes of one of the UK's signature cultural events.
Towards the end of 2008 we spent a day with Rupert to gain an insight into the world of a twelve-year-old choirboy.
In 2008 Mark and Eleanor Dodd became owners of the long-established restaurant the building houses. Always renowned for fine dining, under their management the restaurant has become a thriving ‘foodie’ hotspot for locals and visitors alike. We spoke to Mark Dodd about their daily life.
Theatre Royal Winchester is one of the most beautiful theatres in the south of England. Every Christmas the theatre presents its own traditional family pantomime. Seasoned pantomime dame Julian Eardley reflects on what it means to him to spend the festive season in England’s Christmas capital.