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"25.04.2017 07:55:48" Multiple sclerosis sufferers in Guernsey aren't getting access to the drugs they need.
That's the warning from the Guernsey branch of the MS Society, which says treatment in the island compares unfavourably with that in Jersey and the UK.
"25.04.2017 05:26:26" Good morning, today's weather:
"24.04.2017 20:32:00" Timeline Photos What do you find most annoying about your dog?
Does your pooch chew your shoes and clothes, eat your paperwork or jump up at anyone who comes to the door?
A dog school is being launched in the UK by the charity The Dogs Trust which says it received one
"24.04.2017 18:43:36" Timeline Photos "Don't do it." That's the stark warning from the MS Society - Guernsey Branch to multiple sclerosis patients considering moving to the island.
The chart shows a number of areas where Guernsey residents are worse off than in Jersey and the UK.
"24.04.2017 15:45:25" Timeline Photos Sark's Seigneur says the island has to attract young people to live and work to ensure its sustainability.
Major Christopher Beaumont used his talk at a Guernsey Chamber of Commerce Lunch to "sell a positive view of the island."
But Major Beaumont says
"24.04.2017 13:59:03" Guernsey Fire & Rescue Service has been dealing with a tree on fire at Delancey Park this afternoon.
Temporary Crew Commander Tom Chapman says they're so far unaware of how it started...
"24.04.2017 07:45:23" Timeline Photos Guernseyman Toby Birch completed the London Marathon raising over two thousand pounds at the weekend.
He was running for the Royal British Legion saying he chose the charity as his son recently joined the Royal Marines.
He finished in a near personal
"24.04.2017 05:23:38" Morning! The weather for today...
"23.04.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos Does your partner's snoring drive you to distraction?
Research from sleep experts say snoring is the number one most annoying bedtime habit.
Have you resorted to sleeping alone in another room, wearing ear-plugs to bed or giving your other half a
"23.04.2017 17:00:00" Timeline Photos Would more families be happy if they claimed their subsidy for their nappy?
Around 9,000 disposable nappies are binned everyday in Guernsey - with most piling up in landfill at Mont Cuet.
Families can claim a one-off £35 States voucher towards the cost
"23.04.2017 09:43:12" Did you miss the name of a song on Classical Choice this morning? Here's the playlist from today...
Scarlatti: 'Minuet' from Sinfonia di Concerto Grosso No. 2
Weber: 'Presto', 4th movement, from Sonata in C major
Bizet: 'Galop' from 'Jeux
"23.04.2017 08:31:31" Andy was joined in the studio this morning by the Watoto Children's Choir.
The choir is visiting the Channel Islands from Uganda to share their music, songs and experiences.
We just about managed to fit some of them into the studio for a special
"23.04.2017 06:01:44" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's take a look at the weather for today...
Fair or fine with long sunny periods.
UV Index: 6
Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate until dawn.
Wind: East or variable light F1 to 3.
"22.04.2017 13:21:10" The States of Guernsey say there's no Memorandum of Understanding with Jersey coordinating the islands' tourism strategies. But Jersey's Minister for Economic Development says there is. So who's right?
"22.04.2017 06:03:13" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Some sunny periods. Some cloudy spells. Mainly fair overnight.
Maximum temperature in Guernsey 13 °C, Alderney 12 ° C
Minimum Temperature in Guernsey 6 ° C, Alderney 7 ° C
A ground frost in
"21.04.2017 18:27:57" Timeline Photos Have you noticed the price of things going up in Guernsey? There's been a dramatic increase in inflation but analysts say it's just returning to more normal levels. How have you been affected?
"21.04.2017 16:54:58" The Guernsey Boat Show 2017 The Guernsey Boat Show is back and aims to showcase the local marine industry.
Victoria Marina has been transformed as a variety of boats will be on display over the weekend.
"21.04.2017 06:56:49" Timeline Photos 75 years ago today, three Jewish women were deported from occupied Guernsey, and later died at Auschwitz.
Who were they? http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03gqc0j
More here: http://bbc.in/2pJRVlc
"21.04.2017 06:30:53" A smart take on the traditional summer job?
Internships could help fill Guernsey's digital skills gap.
More here: http://bbc.in/2pKloOQ
"21.04.2017 04:47:49" Timeline Photos Morning!
The weather today... fair or fine with long sunny periods, becoming rather cloudy overnight.
Maximum temperature n Guernsey 13°C, and in Alderney 11°C
Minimum temperature in Guernsey 7 ° C, and 8°C in Alderney.
UV Index: 6
"20.04.2017 20:28:00" Timeline Photos Have you ever been mentally unwell? What's your story and would you be prepared to talk about it openly? On the Friday JKT Show we hope to hear all about your experiences as we try to rid our Bailiwick of any stigmas surrounding this once taboo subject -
"20.04.2017 18:56:53" Timeline Photos Visit Jersey says it's working on a new memorandum of understanding with VisitGuernsey.
They're starting with a joint website, direct air links to Germany, Austria and Holland and the the Channel Islands Heritage Festival.
But with inter-island
"20.04.2017 15:56:05" Guernsey's recycling site at Longue Hougue is closing this coming Monday 24th April while improvements are made.
The new temporary location will open on Saturday 29th April, and will accept all the same materials as the existing site.
"20.04.2017 12:22:56" Guernsey footballer Maya Le Tissier has learned a lot from being the under-15 England captain.
She made her debut against Belgium last week and says it was an incredible experience.
Photo Credit: Sevil Oktem
"20.04.2017 11:02:51" Here's a pretty way to save some cash...
Large patches along Fort Road will be planted with wildflowers this week.
Jan Dockerill says it'll cut the States maintenance bills by reducing the areas where they need to cut the grass.
"20.04.2017 09:15:29" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post We're talking healthy lunches on this morning's JKT show. How easy is it to swap those naughty snacks for not-so-naughty ones?
Here's Jenny sushi lunch and Producer Darren's pack-up. What's in yours?
"20.04.2017 07:57:14" What jobs are available when it comes to a career with Guernsey Police?
Last night the public had the chance to find out.
There was a recruitment evening held at St Sampsons High School, and we went along...
"20.04.2017 05:48:30" Good Morning! Let's take a look at today's weather...
"19.04.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos We usually try to be good when it comes to our food, but what usually ends up in your packed lunch? Sausage sandwiches? Chocolate?
On Thursday's JKT Show we'll be finding out how easy it is to swap some of those naughty treats for healthier ones.
"19.04.2017 16:56:00" bbc.co.uk Coldplay vs Coldplay at Ivor Novello Awards - BBC News The band are nominated twice for "most performed song" at the annual songwriters' awards. Congratulations to Guernsey-born DJ Mura Masa who has been nominated for this year's Ivor Novello Awards.
His song Lovesick featuring A$AP Rocky has been shortlisted for "best contemporary song".
The full shortlist:
"19.04.2017 15:49:24" Timeline Photos Here's the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang crew rehearsing for tonight's performance, after the lead actor in the GADOC production was injured on set last night. He's fine and - as the saying goes - the show must go on...
"19.04.2017 07:20:36" Timeline Photos There's been an increase of passengers using Guernsey's buses - including more people using the controversial P2 parish route.
"19.04.2017 05:33:52" Good morning, today's weather:
"18.04.2017 20:33:00" Timeline Photos Evoke Theatre are due to announce the name of their next biennial musical on the Wednesday JKT Show.
What's your favourite local musical theatre memory and why?
"18.04.2017 18:39:20" Timeline Photos Have you got what it takes to get in the cockpit?
Guernsey Aero Club is offering four scholarship which will provide winners a free introduction to flying, including two hours in the air.
"18.04.2017 15:40:56" BBC News UK PM Theresa May explains why she's decided to seek an early general election on 8 June. Guernsey top politician Deputy Gavin St Pier says The States of Guernsey will work whoever wins the UK general election.
"18.04.2017 07:23:05" Recent figures suggest Guernsey's construction industry has shrunk by 6%.
Mark Palfrey believes Guernsey's builders are seeing less work than their counterparts in the UK and Jersey.
"18.04.2017 05:14:56" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Fair with sunny periods, risk of a shower this morning.
Maximum temperature in Guernsey 12 ° C, minimum 4 ° C.
Maximum temperature in Alderney 11 ° C, minimum Alderney 5 ° C.
"17.04.2017 20:40:00" Timeline Photos Do you struggle with getting your children to eat healthily?
For some parents it can feel like a constant battle.
We'll be speaking about this on the JKT Show on Tuesday and would love to hear your experiences, good or bad.
"17.04.2017 18:44:42" Could the moon be to blame for Condor Ferries' Easter weekend woes?
A spokesperson said Easter can unfortunately cause a "moveable feast of delays" - as it always shifts to the Sunday after the full moon following the Spring Equinox.
This in turn means
"17.04.2017 07:30:32" Damage to trees at Guernsey's Bluebell Wood is being taken very seriously.
That's the message from Environment Services Officer Andy McCutcheon, who says Guernsey Police need your help to find out who's behind it...
"17.04.2017 06:05:22" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's take a look at the weather for this Easter Monday...
Mainly cloudy with the risk of a little rain this morning, then sunny periods developing in the afternoon. Mainly fair overnight.
UV Index: 5
Wind: North to
"16.04.2017 16:46:00" Fort Hommet Gun Casemate Should more of Guernsey's historic landmarks be restored?
A World War Two bunker is being opened up to the public this spring as part of the Channel Islands Heritage Festival - get a sneak peek.
Opening times and more information from
"16.04.2017 12:20:13" Timeline Photos Today's visiting cruise is the Saga Sapphire, stopping off on her way to Le Havre.
"16.04.2017 11:15:00" bbc.co.uk 16/04/2017, Classical Choice - BBC Radio Guernsey The classical music show hosted by Fiona Le Tissier, featuring classical music requests. Did you miss this week's Classical Choice? Here's today's playlist:
Britten: 'Theme' from 'Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra'
Mozart: 'Gloria in Excelsis' from Mass in C minor
Haydn: 'Andante Cantabile' from String Quartet in F major
"16.04.2017 10:15:03" Timeline Photos Guernsey's acting Medical Officer of Health says it's important islanders are aware of the potential dangers of ticks this season.
Dr Nicola Brink says the risk of acquiring Lyme Disease in Guernsey is very low - but she says islanders should walk on
"16.04.2017 08:32:03" Guernsey Police are investigating multiple calls from the public reporting the sighting of a distress flare this morning.
Police say the flare was fired from land in the Bordeaux area.
They're reminding islanders that maritime distress signals must
"16.04.2017 05:38:22" Happy Easter!
Today's weather forecast: sunny periods.
"15.04.2017 15:53:40" Timeline Photos Guernsey FC are staying up! The Green Lions lost on the road this afternoon but results elsewhere mean Tony Vance's men have secured their Ryman League South status. Congratulations GFC!
"15.04.2017 11:50:00" Guernsey Fire & Rescue Service was called out 442 times on false alarms last year. 9 of those were deliberate hoax calls.
Fire Safety Manager, Steve Wilkes, explains what the team could be doing instead of attending those false call-outs...
"15.04.2017 10:47:54" Petit Train Guernsey VICTOR!
The train has now been officially named. Here's a picture of Victor and the winners. Following the local history tracks...
Guernsey's Petit Train's been 'officially named' Victor.
"15.04.2017 09:15:00" Timeline Photos Nearly 600 people have signed up for June's Saffery Rotary Walk. The Lieutenant Governor Vice Admiral Sir Ian Corder and Lady Corder are on the list of those who've already committed to the challenge.
Organisers say social media has been key in
"15.04.2017 08:15:46" The clinical lead dietician at Guernsey's Princess Elisabeth Hospital has this advice for local pregnant women: eat your greens!
"15.04.2017 07:10:10" Timeline Photos Good morning! Our Easter Saturday weather: a rather cloudy start, with occasional showers. But the cloud will tend to thin throughout the rest of today, allowing spells of sunshine...
"14.04.2017 13:12:53" Guernsey Liberation Day organisers have revealed this year's 'Military themed' events.
All three armed forces will be represented at the 72nd anniversary next month. To see the full list, visit guernseyliberationday.com
Here's a few pics from last
"14.04.2017 10:34:27" Earlier in the week we asked you what your favourite views are from the Bailiwick.
One Guernsey couple Barry and Jenny Hockey sent us a few photos.
Mrs Hockey has also painted some of the couples favourite spots...
"14.04.2017 08:16:36" The Town church is displaying two special Easter themed works of art this weekend.
Artist Paul Chambers describes how he created the sculpture of a crown of thorns.
And Mission Priest Rev Peter Graysmith hopes the large scale model of an Easter
"14.04.2017 05:58:18" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's see how the weather is looking for this bank holiday weekend...
Rather cloudy but some sunny spells at times. Rain or drizzle after midnight with mist and a risk of fog patches.
UV Index: 5
Visibility: Good, becoming moderate after
"13.04.2017 18:16:52" Timeline Photos Would you like pubs to be open for longer on Good Friday?
Pubs and restaurants can sell alcohol for a few hours over lunch and in the evening until 10:30pm.
However, the States are consulting with trade to look at possible future changes to the law.
"13.04.2017 16:11:02" Does size matter? Gsy buses are getting narrower Bus Users Group's Fergus Dunlop...
"13.04.2017 08:07:03" Timeline Photos Have you spotted a Plover and "ringed" it in the bird book?
The Ringed Plover is listed as vulnerable in the UK and France, but Alderney has the last breeding population in the Channel Islands.
The ALDERNEY WILDLIFE TRUST is working to make sure their
"13.04.2017 05:04:24" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's take a look at today's weather...
Fine, becoming rather cloudy around dawn, with perhaps a few spots of rain this morning. Fair or sunny periods developing by early afternoon.
UV Index: 5
Visibility: Mainly good.
"12.04.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos What issue facing teenagers worries you most? Their activities online? Their workload at school? Drugs? Alcohol? Body image?
On Thursday's JKT show, David Earl will be discussing the findings of Guernsey's Post-16 Young People's Survey and we would like
"12.04.2017 15:35:04" bbc.co.uk BBC Local Live: Channel Islands Wednesday 12 April 2017 - BBC News Permission denied for Pulias Vinery to be used for light industry, Jersey's spying laws resulted in criminal convictions totalling more than 60 years in 2016, and more 63cm shorter, 7cm narrower - new buses due on the island's roads next month http://bbc.in/2p6dWNE
"12.04.2017 10:25:19" Thanks for sharing your favourite Bailiwick views
Local snapper Chris George tells us about some of his favourites...
"12.04.2017 08:34:25" Guernsey's recreation service is asking islanders to visit the toilet and have a shower before starting their swim at Beau Sejour.
The pool, filled with half a million litres of water, dumps twenty thousand litres each week in its backwash cleaning
"12.04.2017 06:44:55" bbc.co.uk Scouts: Volunteers needed, Jim Cathcart - BBC Radio Guernsey Due to a lack of volunteers, 34 young people in Guernsey are waiting to join the scouts. Would you "Be Prepared" to give up some of your time for the Guernsey Scouts?
There's a national plea for more adults to help the increased demand for places in the UK's largest youth movement.
But what does that mean for the Bailiwick? Jim and the
"12.04.2017 05:13:38" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's see what the weather is doing today...
Fair or sunny periods, becoming cloudier this afternoon. Risk of patchy rain overnight.
UV Index: 4
Visibility: Mainly good.
Wind: West to northwest light F2 or 3, increasing moderate F4
"11.04.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos What's the most expensive holiday you've ever been on?
Was it a lavish honeymoon or a luxury Caribbean cruise booked at the last minute?
A new survey suggests two thirds of us don't think too hard about what we're spending whilst we're away. Does
"11.04.2017 18:04:25" Timeline Photos What's your favourite view in the Bailiwick?
Let us know and share your photos below!
"11.04.2017 16:18:48" Puffins Puffins are now on the RSPB Love Nature "red list" of threatened species in the UK, with numbers hit by climate change and an increase in the ferocity of winter storms.
There are now only 140 breeding pairs left in Alderney according to the ALDERNEY
"11.04.2017 07:27:03" Work on La Vallette bathing pools should be finished this summer. The Horseshoe and Gents' pools are the focus now with a new funding strategy to finish the project.
"11.04.2017 05:27:59" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast...
Sunny periods then fair overnight, becoming cloudy by tomorrow morning.
The maximum temperature is 13 degrees celsius and the minimum is 12 degrees celsius.
Visibility is good.
Wind: Northeast light F3,
"10.04.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos How annoyed do you get about mumbling on TV?
Shows like "Jamaica Inn" and "SSGB" have come in for some criticism, with some people saying they couldn't follow the story because the actors spoke too quietly.
Have actors lost the ability to speak
"10.04.2017 17:55:05" Timeline Photos Where are the fly tipping blackspots in Guernsey?
Former constable, Gerry Tattersall, says when the waste charges go up, some islanders will look for other ways to get rid of their rubbish - so levels of illegal dumping will rise.
"10.04.2017 15:33:11" BBC News PC Keith Palmer was killed as he tried to stop Khalid Masood enter the Houses of Parliament during the London attack. Police forces across the British Isles including @Guernsey Police have been remembering PC Keith Palmer at his funeral service today.
"10.04.2017 07:02:35" visitguernsey.com 2017 Channel Islands Heritage Festival Geocaching will feature in this year's Channel Islands Heritage Festival.
There'll be tutorials for the hobby, which involves using a smart phone or GPS to find hidden boxes around the islands.
Have you ever been Geocaching? Where's the best find in the
"10.04.2017 05:23:08" Timeline Photos Good Morning! There's no school for the children of the Bailiwick today, so let's see what the weather is like for the holidays...
Fair with sunny periods, some cloudy spells from mid-morning till early afternoon. Feeling much cooler.
"10.04.2017 05:01:00" It is hoped Guernsey's oldest post box will undergo restoration.
It's on Union Street and is the only maroon post box on the island.
Guernsey Post are organising the project as manager Dawn Gallienne explains...
"09.04.2017 19:00:00" Timeline Photos What's your all-time favourite song intro? Layla by Derek and the Dominoes? Smoke on the Water by Deep Purple? Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin?
A study has found that instrumental song intros in modern music are far shorter than tunes of the
"09.04.2017 17:01:00" Timeline Photos Should drivers in Guernsey be enticed to buy smaller vehicles?
The incidence of "pavement surfing" could be reduced if there were tax incentives for people in Guernsey to use smaller, narrower cars.
That's according to deputy Peter Roffey, who says the
"09.04.2017 14:26:37" Like the idea of cycling but dislike the hills and the headwinds?
Sam Field, the chairman of Guernsey Bicycle Group, believes electric bikes or 'e-bikes' are the way to go...
"09.04.2017 12:22:40" bbc.co.uk 09/04/2017, Classical Choice - BBC Radio Guernsey The classical music show hosted by Fiona Le Tissier, featuring classical music requests. Did you miss Classical Choice today?
Here's the playlist...
Khachaturian: 'Sabre Dance' from 'Gayane'
Saint-Saens: 'Aquarium' from 'Carnival of the Animals'
Chopin: 'Nocturne in E flat major'
Copland: 'Paisaje Mexicano' from 'Three Latin-American
"09.04.2017 09:10:43" Timeline Photos Guernsey have your say:
Gareth Owen's joined by deputies Emilie Yerby and Rob Prow for the Sunday #PhoneIn now.
Add your questions below or call 01481 200373.
"09.04.2017 06:27:30" Good morning, here's your weather forecast...
Sunny this morning, becoming cloudy from early afternoon with the risk of mist or fog patches.
Max temp is 16°C
UV Index is 5
Visibility is good, becoming moderate to poor, perhaps very poor.
"08.04.2017 08:17:33" Does a sunny day put you in the mood for a Guernsey #CraftBeer?
Microbrewing's gone from a fad to a generator of real jobs & tax revenues in the Bailiwick.
That's according to the founders of the White Rock Brewery Co. Jack Gervaise-Brazier (left) and
"08.04.2017 05:50:20" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's see if it's BBQ weather this weekend...
Mainly fine and sunny. Becoming warm. Perhaps misty early morning and again by Sunday morning.
Max: Guernsey 17 ° C Alderney 15 ° C
UV Index: 5
Visibility: Good, perhaps occasionally
"07.04.2017 16:35:00" Guernsey Air Display Islanders shouldn't stop attending the Guernsey Air Display just because the RAF Red Arrows won't be displaying in 2017.
That's the message from organiser Barry Neal who says people can still expect a good air show this year.
What do you think?
"07.04.2017 15:30:00" Timeline Photos Which 'Bailiwick' location is on the front of the 2017 phone book?
"07.04.2017 14:00:00" It's not just us enjoying the weather at the moment. These visitors came to say hello to some jet skiers off Herm yesterday. Thanks to Tess for the video.
"07.04.2017 12:45:00" Little Chapel update!
The scaffolding has come down and now we can spot the spire and the stained glass windows.
When are you next stopping by?
"07.04.2017 11:26:24" bbc.co.uk BBC Local Live: Channel Islands Friday 7 April 2017 - BBC News RAF Red Arrows not to perform at Guernsey Air Display in 2017
Organisers hunting for replacement http://bbc.in/2nkUzjP
"07.04.2017 08:22:39" Timeline Photos Guernsey's Education President Deputy Paul Le Pelley says he'll announce plans for the future of secondary education in June or July - in line with his original timetable.
But South East deputy Peter Roffey is calling on the committee to reveal their
"07.04.2017 05:19:09" Timeline Photos Today's weather forecast:
Mist or fog patches early this morning, then mainly sunny and fine. Further haze or mist by Saturday morning.
Visibility is good, occasionally moderate to very poor.
Wind: Easterly light F1 to 3, backing
"06.04.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos Deputy Barry Brehaut, President of the States Committee for Environment & Infrastructure, joins us for his monthly chat on Friday's JKT show.
What would you like to ask him?
"06.04.2017 18:30:00" Timeline Photos The school holidays get underway this Friday.
But how many Guernsey children will spend time in front of a smartphone or tablet and not go outside to play?
What are your memories of growing up in Guernsey?
"06.04.2017 16:23:42" Timeline Photos Should land publically owned by The States of Guernsey be used to give so called 'Fred in the shed type' industries land for the work they do?
States Planners have refused to back development on the privately owned Pulias Vinery in St Sampsons, citing
"06.04.2017 08:11:32" Six years in the making, Guernsey's new population management law finally came into effect on Monday.
Esther Ingrouille, head of the population management office, explains the reasoning behind it...
"06.04.2017 05:09:42" Timeline Photos Good morning, we're in store for a sunny Thursday.
Fair or fine with long sunny periods.
Visibility is good.
Wind: North to northeast light F2 to 3, occasionally moderate F4, veering east to southeast light F1 to 3 later this evening.
"05.04.2017 23:01:01" £2 for a tea or coffee. £1 for a soft drink.
Aurigny will no longer serve complimentary drinks on board - they'll start charging from 1st May.
Is this the right move at the right time, or a disappointing cut back by the States-owned airline?
"05.04.2017 20:09:11" Timeline Photos What birds have you spotted in your garden this spring?
As we wave goodbye to winter, Thursday's JKT show features its own Great Bailiwick Birdwatch and Jenny needs your help.
She'll be joined in the studio by avian photographers Mike Cunningham,
"05.04.2017 17:29:40" bbc.co.uk Missing man, Steven Corbet cause of death 'unascertained' - BBC News Steven Corbet, 59, was missing for six months before children found his body on Christmas Eve. An open verdict was returned at the inquest into the death of Guernseyman Steven Corbet who was last seen on the 27th June last year.
The court was told, due to the condition of the 59 year old's body, it was not possible to ascertain the cause of death.
"05.04.2017 12:06:03" G-RLON has taken its final flight...
"05.04.2017 07:31:24" Timeline Photos Brand Guernsey, are we projecting the right image?
An Institute of Directors discussion is looking at this today.
Here's a taste of some notable quotes about our island, can you name more?
"05.04.2017 05:03:26" Timeline Photos Good morning, the weather forecast for today:
Cloudy becoming fair by dawn, then sunny periods. Becoming rather cloudy overnight.
Visibility is good.
Wind: North to northeast light F3 to moderate F4, perhaps occasionally fresh F5 this morning, veering
"04.04.2017 20:31:00" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post How does modern architecture complement Guernsey's historic buildings, or does it?
JKT will be discussing this on Wednesday morning's show, so let's have your thoughts.
"04.04.2017 18:38:31" Should we all take more care not to talk Guernsey down on social media?
The likes of Locate Guernsey, VisitGuernsey & Guernsey Finance try to promote the island to people looking to visit here or set up business.
But company director Meriel Lenfestey
"04.04.2017 16:30:00" Listen again to Jenny Kendall-Tobias's feature on Asian hornets, including the chat about the phone app designed to help us report them: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04wtdcy#play#t=01h39m20s
She also talked about hornet traps. Here's how you can make
"04.04.2017 15:36:49" Are Guernsey's young people happy and healthy? Are they eating enough fruit and veg?
The results of the Post-16 Young People's Survey have been revealed, and we've been quizzing two students, Chloe and Adam, on the results...
"04.04.2017 07:01:46" Timeline Photos Retired Trislander G-RLON is flying off to the Solent Sky museum later this week where it will eventually go on display.
The Trislander is thought to be one of the longest serving commercial aircraft in the world, with 32,600 flying hours.
"04.04.2017 05:59:58" Good morning, today's weather:
"03.04.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos What makes you most anxious as a parent or a grandparent?
A new survey suggests that being regularly exposed to images of parenting perfection in the media is setting unrealistic expectations for new parents all over the country.
What elements of
"03.04.2017 18:02:34" Timeline Photos £20,000 an inch. That's how much still needs to be spent to rebuild the walls at Candie Cemetery.
St Peter Port Parish Constable Dennis Le Moignan's pictured here in 2011 with the trees that had to be cut down, because they were causing the walls to
"03.04.2017 16:16:08" Free smoke detectors, and carbon monoxide alarms for the over 65's in Guernsey.
Guernsey Fire & Rescue Service is hoping the initiative will increase awareness of carbon monoxide poisoning, and how to take precautions.
Gareth Owen went along to see
"03.04.2017 08:35:07" BBC Radio Guernsey's cover photo Thanks to Luc De La Mare for this stunning shot of the sunset over Amarreurs...
"03.04.2017 07:20:22" Around 50 volunteers from local businesses helped to clear a German bunker at La Hougette Primary School of decades worth of clutter over the weekend.
Karen Girdlestone from AFM took us through the process.
"03.04.2017 05:46:20" Good morning! Here's your weather forecast on a foggy morning at Bulwer Avenue...
Rather cloudy with some most or fog patches in the morning. Sunny periods developing by afternoon. Becoming cloudy again overnight, a little rain with mist or fog patches
"02.04.2017 19:59:36" We take a look inside the German Naval Signals Headquarters, which has been re-opened, now under the management of Guernsey Museums Service...
"02.04.2017 19:00:00" Timeline Photos What annoying habits does your partner have?
As the spring cleaning season sets in, new research has been released revealing common causes of conflict in our homes.
The top three came out as the temperature of the house, leaving the lights switched on
"02.04.2017 10:10:00" bbc.co.uk 02/04/2017, Classical Choice - BBC Radio Guernsey The classical music show hosted by Fiona Le Tissier, featuring classical music requests. Did you miss this morning's Classical Choice? Here's the playlist...
Albinoni: 1st movement from Sonata di Concerto in D for solo trumpet and strings
Vivaldi: 3rd movement from Concerto in F
Infante: 'Gracia' from Trois Danses Andalouses
"02.04.2017 09:08:26" Timeline Photos Deputies Jan Kuttelwascher and Matt Fallaize are live on the phone-in today.
Call 200 373 now to come on air and share your views.
"02.04.2017 05:54:52" Timeline Photos Today's weather forecast:
Sunny periods then fair or fine overnight.
Visibility is good.
Wind: Northerly light F1 to 3, becoming variable or southeasterly overnight.
"01.04.2017 11:11:05" A German bunker at La Hougette Primary School is getting a Spring clean today as part of plans to remove decades of clutter that's been dumped there. It's to be turned into a visitor attraction. Head teacher Richard Fyfe gave us a tour before the clear-up
"01.04.2017 06:04:15" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather:
Fair or sunny periods and isolated showers with the risk of thunder, dying out this evening.
Visibility is good, occasionally moderate to poor in showers.
Wind: South to southwest moderate F4 to fresh F5, decreasing
"31.03.2017 16:30:15" Timeline Photos It was a case of back to school for BBC Radio Guernsey's Gareth Owen today.
He was today's 'mystery guest' at a Careers Guernsey class at Haute Cappelles School.
You can listen here:
"31.03.2017 11:46:48" Snowball fights and escape tunnels - new photos show life in Jersey's WW1 PoW camp
"31.03.2017 08:08:12" Timeline Photos Guernsey's new Population Management Law will come into effect next week, after being passed by politicians yesterday.
The new law was approved by 26 votes to 13. But a review of certain provisions is now guaranteed, following some successful amendments.
"31.03.2017 05:14:21" Timeline Photos It's Friday! Here's the weather for today...
Cloudy with a little rain before dawn, becoming fair with sunny periods this morning. Scattered showers developing by this evening with a risk of thunder.
Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate to poor in
"30.03.2017 22:01:00" Timeline Photos What do you think about Condor's approach to day trips?
It's been criticised by Deputy Jennifer Merrett, who believes the timetable for inter-island travel doesn't offer many full days trips to Jersey for local passengers.
The ferry company says its
"30.03.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos Do you still buy a newspaper?
Friday marks the last day that paper copies of the Guardian and the Observer are delivered to Guernsey.
Is it time we all embraced an 'online-only' future for our news?
"30.03.2017 16:05:00" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post BBC Radio Guernsey has been at Guernsey Dairy today looking at what happens with our milk. We've also been examining Alderney's only commercial dairy farm.
(PICTURE: Moira Sleeman)
"30.03.2017 12:17:16" Dave Domaille the Production Manager at Guernsey Dairy gave us a little tour of the site this morning.
"30.03.2017 10:46:06" Guernsey's free pre-school scheme's been extended for another year.
But with the funding arrangements staying the same will some providers pull out?
It followed concerns pre-schools aren't able to charge top up fees, if the £5.90 paid by the States
"30.03.2017 09:24:12" Fifty years after oil supertanker Torrey Canyon sank - new footage emerges of the disaster.
More here: http://bbc.in/2oaZvYe
"30.03.2017 06:09:48" We're live at Guernsey Dairy...
"30.03.2017 04:44:26" Timeline Photos Morning! Here's the weather for today....
Mainly fair with hazy sunshine and becoming very warm. Cloudy overnight with a little rain and perhaps misty at times.
Visibility: Mainly good.
Wind: South to southeast light F3 to moderate F4, perhaps
"29.03.2017 20:03:06" Timeline Photos Describe Guernsey's bus service in one sentence.
CT Plus Operations Manager Lee Murphy is in the JKT Hotseat Thursday lunchtime on BBC Radio Guernsey.
What would you like to say to him?
"29.03.2017 18:00:48" Join Jim and Isla for breakfast at Guernsey Dairy from 6am tomorrow as we look at how our milk makes it from farm to Dairy to doorstep.
"29.03.2017 16:04:40" The majority of Guernsey's national newspapers - which arrive by air -- have been recycled on arrival this week, rather than sold on news stands.
It's because the island's nationals are also arriving by boat from Jersey this week - soon to be the
"29.03.2017 13:43:24" BBC Sport It's not always just a physical problem
"29.03.2017 06:18:42" Timeline Photos Parents in Guernsey are using social media to call for taxi drivers to provide car seats for children.
There's no legal requirement for taxis to provide them, but some parents say the law is lax and say the police are vague on the issue.
Do you think
"29.03.2017 05:12:12" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's take a look at the weather...
Rather cloudy with the risk of a shower, perhaps misty before dawn. Fair or sunny intervals developing this afternoon.
Visibility: Moderate to good, perhaps poor at times until dawn.
"28.03.2017 21:01:11" Timeline Photos How happy are people in Guernsey?
The States of Guernsey is trying to find out as it aims to make the island one of the happiest and healthiest places on earth.
What's your hunch?
"28.03.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos Tomorrow, Theresa May will announce officially that Britain is leaving the EU. While this may not directly affect us in Guernsey, many islanders do travel to Europe.
So, with the pound weak against the euro and the US dollar, how is Brexit affecting your
"28.03.2017 15:43:05" bbc.co.uk NHS targets suncream prescriptions for cuts - BBC News Doctors could also be told to stop prescribing gluten-free food, cold remedies and some painkillers. The States of Guernsey's Prescribing Adviser for drugs and medicines, Geraldine O'Riordan says the island applies strict criteria for which drugs are available to doctors. She says this raises questions about the financial viability of the NHS.
"28.03.2017 06:24:43" After a pretty foggy start to the year, it looks like spring is finally upon us!
We've seen some glorious sunshine this weekend, and it looks like we're set for more.
So what do you enjoy doing when the sun's out?
"28.03.2017 05:20:33" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Here's the weather for today...
Fair or sunny periods and isolated showers from late morning. Becoming cloudy this evening, with a little rain overnight and the risk of mist or fog patches.
Visibility: Moderate to good, occasionally poor
"27.03.2017 20:00:00" Timeline Photos What things have you been able to reuse and recycle effectively?
On Tuesday's JKT Show we'll hear about British women in World War 2 who still wanted to look glamorous, but had to put up with rationing, shortages and a culture of "make do and
"27.03.2017 18:01:09" Islanders and visitors have been out enjoying the sun, with forecasts showing highs of 17 degrees later this week.
Has Spring finally arrived?
"27.03.2017 09:11:47" Timeline Photos The President of the Guernsey Surf Club says Channel Island surfing is now on the world map once again.
It comes after the announcement that the Channel Islands Surfing Federation has gained membership to the International Surfing Association.
"27.03.2017 08:02:14" Timeline Photos New concerns are being raised about Guernsey's new population law, ahead of this week's debate in the States.
More here: http://bbc.in/2on45yN
Deputy Peter Roffey is asking to reopen debate over the rights of Alderney and Sark residents to live and work
"27.03.2017 06:36:25" Timeline Photos Good morning! Here's today's weather...
Max temp: 15°C
The visibility is moderate to good and there's a UV Index of 4.
The wind is east light F2 to 3, veering south to southwest light F3 to moderate F4 overnight.
"26.03.2017 19:00:00" Timeline Photos Do you do any volunteering? What good causes do you give your free time to?
The Guernsey Literary Festival is on the lookout for helpers. Hear more on Monday morning's JKT show.
"26.03.2017 08:50:52" Timeline Photos Do you support Deputy Peter Ferbrache's move to delay Guernsey's new population management law?
Call 200373 to put your questions directly to him and to Vale deputy Neil Inder on our Sunday Phone-In now. They join your host Simon Fairclough.
"26.03.2017 07:03:44" Timeline Photos Good morning! Here's your weather forecast...
Fair or fine and mainly sunny.
Max temp: 13°C
The visibility is good.
And the wind is easterly moderate F4 to fresh F5, decreasing light F3 to moderate F4 by midday.
"25.03.2017 21:08:42" The Lantern Parade was in full swing this evening. Guernsey Arts Commission volunteers - as well as 16 public community workshops involving local schools - worked together to pull off the display.
"25.03.2017 18:00:01" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post Deputies Peter Ferbrache and Neil Inder are Simon Fairclough's guests on tomorrow's Sunday Phone In.
Deputy Ferbrache is President of Guernsey's Committee for Economic Development. And Deputy Inder is a member of the island's Education Sport and Culture
"25.03.2017 10:56:50" A charity is giving people the chance to do an Everest trek.
The trip to Nepal is being organised by the Guernsey's branch of Action Aid to help re-build the futures of children affected by the earthquakes of 2015.
The Chair - Natalie Tucker and the
"25.03.2017 06:53:41" A beautiful sunrise to start the weekend, here's today's weather forecast:
Mainly fine and sunny.
Maximum temperature in Guernsey 11 ° C, minimum 7 ° C.
In Alderney the maximum is 10 ° C, minimum 8 ° C .
Visibility is moderate to good.
"24.03.2017 17:07:54" Timeline Photos The Editor of the Guernsey Press says a series of anonymous adverts on the new population management regime isn't compromising its news output on the subject so close to a states debate on the issue.
"24.03.2017 09:31:17" Timeline Photos "An economy in freefall" - that's how the President of Sark's Chamber of Commerce Tony Le Lievre is describing the island.
He says only two hotels are open while many businesses along The Avenue are closed, with "To Let" signs in the their windows.
"24.03.2017 06:55:48" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post Notice anything different?
Jim has his red nose on - but what are you doing today?
We'd love to hear how you are raising money for Comic Relief: Red Nose Day so we can give you a mention!
"24.03.2017 06:03:26" Timeline Photos It's Comic Relief: Red Nose Day today! Let's see what the weather is like...
Cloudy, becoming fair with sunny periods. Risk of a shower in the morning.
Visibility: Becoming good.
Wind: Easterly light F2 to moderate F4, backing northeast moderate F4 to
"23.03.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos "When I was your age", "eat with your mouth closed", "you'll understand when you're older".
What similar words of wisdom do you give to your children or grandchildren?
Did you hear them from your own parents and swear you would never use them yourself?
"23.03.2017 18:55:53" The Guernsey Botanical Trust is trying to raise £200,000 to open a new visitors learning centre in Saumarez Park by the end of next year.
What would you like to see in it?
"23.03.2017 17:30:06" Timeline Photos You may soon hear this man, Jonathan Guilbert, on your bus journeys around Guernsey.
The new fleet of CT Plus buses, set to come this year, will be fitted with a talking system that announces place names.
"23.03.2017 12:14:00" Timeline Photos What's your take on postal services in Guernsey?
The consumer group PostWatch Guernsey says it's got a few concerns that it's keeping an eye on. Find out what they are in the Islands at One with Mark Inchley.
"23.03.2017 08:59:59" bbc.co.uk The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society: Film, Jim Cathcart - BBC Radio Guernsey Filming is underway, but Guernsey won't be used as a location for the film adaptation. How exactly will Guernsey be affected by Brexit?
A report released today from the House of Lords European Union Committee aims to spell it out.
It says the consequences for the Crown Dependencies are significant and it calls on the UK Government to
"23.03.2017 07:33:33" Timeline Photos The third Channel Islands Heritage Festival begins in a few weeks and VisitGuernsey is hoping tourists will get involved.
The theme is Heroes, Myths and Legends and the aim is to reveal the islands' history through guided walks, tours and special
"23.03.2017 06:06:21" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Here's the weather for today...
Cloudy with occasional rain becoming persistent for a time this afternoon and early evening. Perhaps some heavy bursts with the risk of thunder. Becoming fair around midnight.
Visibility: Good, becoming
"22.03.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos Who is your favourite stand-up comedian? Tommy Cooper? Les Dawson? Jasper Carrott? Maybe someone more modern like Russell Brand?
As we look ahead to Red Nose Day this Friday, we want to know: what makes a good stand-up comic?
"22.03.2017 19:49:04" Timeline Photos Producers have confirmed that Guernsey won't be used as a location for the filming of the book: The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.
However, we have had confirmation that parts of the film will be shot in East London.
How do you feel
"22.03.2017 12:52:05" Timeline Photos Zena the Spanish rescue dog has had a bit of a hard time finding a home.
Kay Langlois tries to help by speaking to Guernsey Animal Aid's Sue Vidamour: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04vdmhx#playt=1h18m09s
"22.03.2017 09:58:57" Guernsey Harbour Carnival is looking for a main beneficiary for this year's event.
Last year, they raised £24,500 with half of that going to the Guernsey Sailing Trust.
Chair of the Harbour Carnival, Dustin Molver, told Jim Cathcart why a particular
"22.03.2017 06:16:23" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's take a look at the weather for today...
Cloudy with frequent showers, risk of hail and thunder. Fair or sunny periods from mid morning, with showers becoming isolated this afternoon.
Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate to poor in
"21.03.2017 21:10:01" Timeline Photos What scares you the most?
Have you done anything to try and confront your fear?
Tomorrow we'll be talking phobias and we'd like some advice from you on how to overcome them.
"21.03.2017 18:33:22" Timeline Photos Island-wide voting could lead to party politics, according to Guernsey's most senior politician.
After the island-wide voting referendum, Gavin St Pier reckons people may stop voting based on personality, and start voting more on policy.
Is this what
"21.03.2017 08:41:07" Timeline Photos The first cruise ship of the season, the AIDAvita, has arrived this morning. She's come from Falmouth with 1200 passengers, many of them are expected to come ashore today.
More here: http://bbc.in/2mPy1TP
"21.03.2017 06:04:47" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Fair or sunny periods and isolated rain or hail showers. Becoming cloudy after midnight, with showers more frequent and a risk of thunder.
Visibility is good, occasionally moderate to poor in
"20.03.2017 21:40:01" Timeline Photos Do you get vexed when other people vape?
Smoking has been banned in most indoor places in Guernsey for over 10 years, but how do you feel if you're at the restaurant, pub or outside the office and someone starts puffing on an e-cigarette?
"20.03.2017 20:07:28" Are the road junctions around Saumarez Park safe for parents with small children?
Castel resident Ross Le Brun says he had to stop in the middle of this crossing of Ruette de la Perruque and the Villocq - with a buggy containing his newly born baby -
"20.03.2017 13:01:53" Shays charity row hopes to raise £20,000 for Shay Savident Williams, who has a rare genetic disease.
The group will be rowing from Cap De Carteret in Normandy to Guernsey, but the four men have never rowed before...
"20.03.2017 09:23:38" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post When is an avenue not an avenue?
The chairman of Guernsey Trees for Life, Chris Stonebridge, says it's time for a re-planting scheme on St Julian's Avenue. He wants volunteers, parishioners and constables to work with The States of Guernsey to find a
"20.03.2017 07:30:00" Are primary school pupils becoming too worried about their weight?
There's concern that's the case... with children as young as six in Guernsey saying they'd like to change the way the look.
What would you say if your child said they were going on a
"20.03.2017 06:29:29" Timeline Photos Happy Monday! Here's the weather to start your week...
Mainly cloudy with fog patches and a little drizzle at times. Rain from early afternoon, clearing by evening. Fair periods and isolated showers overnight.
Visibility: Moderate to good, occasionally
"19.03.2017 20:15:01" Timeline Photos What went wrong at your wedding?
Did the cake topple over? Did the wedding dress get stained? Did the groom get held up in traffic?
A recent survey reveals over a third of us would like to have another go at our big day, minus the mistakes. Would you?
"19.03.2017 18:04:32" Timeline Photos When is it too soon to worry about your weight?
Eating disorder specialist Dr James Murray's warning children as young as six in Guernsey are becoming too focused on it.
And the Bailiwick's latest Young People's Survey reveals around a third of year six
"19.03.2017 17:05:08" Guernsey Police Statement from Guernsey Police
'The body of a male has this afternoon [19th March] been found in the water off Pleinmont Point.
'While the discovery follows a search operation for a 50-year-old man missing since last night, it is not possible to confirm Body found in the sea off Pleinmont following major search of the area earlier today....
"19.03.2017 14:45:30" More than 300 islanders took part in today's Colour Fun Run for Comic Relief.
Organiser Fay Dover from Specsavers is hoping to raise around £6,000 from the event.
"19.03.2017 11:57:22" Major search launched for 50 year old missing man Patrick Eker. Emergency services, air search and lifeboats are focusing on the Pleinmont area.
"19.03.2017 11:19:47" Guernsey Police Guernsey Police currently have concerns for the welfare of 50 year old Patrick Eker, a white male, 6ft tall, slight build, short dark hair, believed to be in a grey Honda Jazz reg 19027, he was last seen at 10pm last night in the St Sampson area, any Concern over missing man....
"19.03.2017 10:12:44" Did you miss the name of a track on Classical Choice? Forgot the composer?
Never fear, the playlist is here:
Elgar: 'The Wild Bears' from 'The Wand of Youth Suite No.2'
Britten: 'Variation of the King of the North' from 'Prince of the Pagodas
"19.03.2017 06:52:25" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Here's the weather for today...
Mainly cloudy. Risk of mist patches and a little drizzle at times. Chance of some fair or sunny intervals in the afternoon and evening
Visibility: Moderate to good, perhaps occasionally poor.
Wind: West to
"18.03.2017 07:19:01" Not the best weather to start the weekend:
Cloudy with occasional rain or drizzle, mist or hill fog patches.
Visibility is moderate, occasionally poor or very poor in places.
Wind: West strong F6, perhaps locally strong F7 until dawn,
"17.03.2017 14:28:54" We've had a lot of fog recently, already more than the March average, and x3 February's.
Meteorologist Simon Rowell explains why....
"17.03.2017 11:12:22" Timeline Photos Do you remember when Monday was wash-day?
What are your memories of the mangles, the heated metal pot and the blue bag which made your whites whiter?
"17.03.2017 09:05:09" Good luck Ali!
She's taking on the Marathon Des Sables in April. She'll be camping in the Southern Morocco desert ☀️ as part of the 254 kilometre race over six days.
She's doing it to raise money for the Frossard Ward and the Priaulx Premature Baby
"17.03.2017 08:07:40" There's a danger blocks of flats or houses with multiple tenants could be used as drop off points for illegal goods.
Guernsey Police are urging landlords to install individual mailboxes...
"17.03.2017 06:02:06" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Fair with sunny periods. Becoming cloudy during the afternoon. Occasional rain from late evening with mist and the risk of hill fog patches developing.
Visibility is good, becoming moderate to very
"16.03.2017 21:36:00" Timeline Photos What have you lost that's either made you panic or get really embarrassed?
Your car keys? Your mobile phone? Maybe you left something on a bus or on the boat or plane.
How were you re-united with it?
"16.03.2017 19:54:31" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of the Torrey Canyon disaster, when thousands of tons of crude oil spilled onto the coastline of Cornwall, France & the Channel Islands.
Thanks to Richard Curtis for sending us thIs photo of how the spill hit the
"16.03.2017 17:13:36" A school in Guernsey has received 2 'good' and 3 'satisfactory' ratings in a recent inspection.
La Houguette Primary School's headteacher, Richard Fyfe, is welcoming feedback from the visit.
He's pleased with the ratings, but says there is still room
"16.03.2017 15:17:42" Students in Guernsey have joined with thousands of others across Britain to take part in BBC News School Report. Here's a look behind the scenes of a piece by Elizabeth College pupils....
"16.03.2017 10:22:56" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post It's our Birthday! BBC Radio Guernsey is celebrating 35 years of serving the Bailiwick today.
Former Local Radio Advisory Council members Joan Ozanne & Lester Queripel dropped by to share some memories of our launch all those years ago.
"16.03.2017 07:11:30" We review some classic Guernsey restaurant dishes of 1982, from 0930 this morning....
"16.03.2017 06:06:05" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Mainly cloudy with mist or fog patches. Chance of bright or sunny intervals late morning. A little rain overnight, clearing to become fair by Friday morning.
Visibility is moderate to poor, occasionally very
"15.03.2017 21:00:14" Timeline Photos To celebrate BBC Radio Guernsey's 35th birthday, we're asking: what was your best or worst birthday?
Was a surprise party thrown in your honour, with all your family and friends around you, or maybe that dream holiday became the break from hell.
"15.03.2017 19:17:42" Timeline Photos BBC Radio Guernsey is 35 years old. We opened on March 16th 1982 - and look how we've grown!
We hope you'll share our day of celebrations as we talk to former staff and presenters, and share some memories.
We'd love to hear yours too.
"15.03.2017 17:16:54" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post Well known Guernsey personality, Peter Legg - or "Pete the Sweep"- has died at the age of 73.
Mr Legg worked for States Works for a number of years and was a supporter of arts and music events in Guernsey.
What are your memories of one of the island's
"15.03.2017 13:18:34" rednoseday.com Red Nose Day | Red Nose Day 2017 Red Nose Day is back on the 24th March. See how you can get involved to have fun, change lives and really make your laugh matter. What are you planning for Red Nose Day next week?
Let us know what you're up to and maybe you can be part of our breakfast programme on the 24th of March.
"15.03.2017 09:37:31" Timeline Photos The Guernsey Wrap, cruise fashion & a taste of Victorian childhood. A sneak peak behind the scenes of the Costume and Folk Museum which opens today...
"15.03.2017 07:24:07" The signs of Spring are starting to show and the lambing season's upon us.
These lambs are only 6 hours old and farmer Ben Wallace says the mother's no ordinary sheep.
"15.03.2017 06:01:54" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Mainly cloudy. Mist and fog patches mainly early morning with the risk of a little drizzle. Some bright or sunny intervals.
Visibility is moderate to very poor, becoming moderate to good.
Wind: Northwest or
"14.03.2017 21:32:00" What's your most memorable sea crossing?
On Wednesday's JKT Show, Euan Mahy looks at the Bailiwick's long and illustrious history of shipping and he wants your memories and stories.
"14.03.2017 20:31:11" Timeline Photos “We had a few children who got up on stage and burst into tears and that's absolutely fine. We say do you want to come back on stage and have another go.”
Guernsey Eisteddfod adjudicator Adrian Goss says constructive feedback is important if delivered
"14.03.2017 18:13:22" The States of Guernsey are about to embark on big changes to the way the island manages its population levels.
The new laws are due to come into force on 3rd April 2017.
However, campaigners Graham Guille and Gloria Dudley-Owen have their concerns...
"14.03.2017 07:53:27" States of Guernsey Archaeologist, Phil de Jersey, hopes a dig planned at Le Trepied at Perelle will unearth artefacts used by Bronze Age people who buried their ancestors at the site.
"14.03.2017 05:51:18" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Mainly cloudy with mist and fog patches. Risk of a little drizzle at times. Perhaps a few brighter spells in the east of the island.
Visibility is moderate to very poor.
Wind: West to northwest light F2 to 3.
"13.03.2017 21:29:00" Timeline Photos Do you remember the first takeaways to hit Guernsey's shores? Where were they?
Tuesday's JKT show will be looking at the history of classic British takeaways, and asking what the scene is like here.
Let us know your thoughts.
"13.03.2017 19:28:20" Good news alert: UK tour operator Premier Holidays says its 2017 Guernsey bookings are up 8% on 2016.
Old Government House Hotel and Spa manager Andrew Chantrell's feeling cheerful... could Guernsey's tourism industry be on the up?
"13.03.2017 16:41:38" Timeline Photos How are you affected by the minimum wage and the cost of living in Guernsey?
The States' Scrutiny Management Committee has launched a "Call for Evidence" as it seeks to help people on a lower income.
Hear from Vice President Deputy Peter Roffey,
"13.03.2017 07:51:26" Timeline Photos What signs show the start of Spring for you?
Maybe it's seeing daffodils in the fields, or the changing of the clocks.
Let us know!
"13.03.2017 06:47:42" Good morning! There was a lovely sunrise over us here in the Bailiwick this morning.
The weather is fair or fine and mainly sunny. Becoming cloudy later this evening, with the risk of a little drizzle.
Max temp: 12°C
Visibility is good, becoming
"12.03.2017 19:00:33" Timeline Photos Has Guernsey's treatment of mental health improved?
Less patients are going away for medical help when it comes to illnesses such as eating disorders. The States say they're saving money and offering more services on-island.
What do you think?
"12.03.2017 10:45:53" Timeline Photos Deputies David de Lisle and Laurie Queripel are Gareth's guests on the Phone-In today.
Call us on 200 373 now and share your views!
"12.03.2017 06:55:30" Timeline Photos Good Morning, today's weather forecast:
Cloudy with mist and fog patches until late morning. Outbreaks of rain and drizzle clearing by late afternoon. Becoming fair or fine overnight.
Visibility is moderate to very poor becoming moderate
"11.03.2017 10:01:06" bbc.co.uk 11/03/2017, Jon Ozanne - BBC Radio Guernsey Interesting people, interesting places and interesting things to do on a Saturday. Around 80 Guernsey teachers have successfully completed the Outstanding Teacher Intervention (OTI) training course to improve their skills and help them become outstanding practitioners.
Two years on, the educational consultant who delivered the
"11.03.2017 06:47:21" Timeline Photos It's the weekend! Let's see what the weather is doing...
Fair with hazy sunshine, some mist or fog patches this morning. Becoming rather cloudy during the afternoon, with mist or fog patches and occasional rain from late evening, persistent towards
"10.03.2017 14:30:26" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post Guernsey's Year 6 primary school pupils have been taught the importance of learning for themselves and being less reliant on their teachers in a special series of lessons today.
Called Task 200, 11 year old pupils across the island had to learn
"10.03.2017 07:10:00" Guernsey Cattle Milking The Guernsey Farmers Association claims milk producers will only get an extra 1p per litre, when gate prices rise by 7.5% next month.
Guernsey Dairy is blaming the hike partly on higher production costs.
How fair do you think that is?
"10.03.2017 06:09:16" Timeline Photos It's Friday! Let's take a look at the weather...
Cloudy with the risk of a little drizzle early morning, mist or fog becoming patchy by this afternoon with some bright or sunny intervals developing, clearing to become mainly fair by evening. Risk of fog
"09.03.2017 21:01:00" Timeline Photos Colin Dodd from the charity Trees for Life has told JKT he thinks there is no better feeling than planting a tree and watching it grow.
So it got us thinking, what is the best possible legacy you can leave in Guernsey?
Let us know and we'll be
"09.03.2017 19:15:00" They're long, slim, slimy, and have green bones.
And apparently, there's a lot of them around at the moment...
We're trying to find out why - any ideas?
"09.03.2017 15:15:26" Timeline Photos The price retailers pay for Guernsey milk will rise by 7.5% in early April. If they decide to pass that on to householders a litre could cost £1.25. But Andrew Tabel, the Manager of Guernsey Dairy, hopes that shops and milk retailers will use the price
"09.03.2017 11:58:55" If you were planning on scaling Mount Everest this week... but can't get there because of the fog... here's an option closer to home.
The Everest Challenge at Le Murier school is underway, with groups climbing the equivalent height of Everest over the
"09.03.2017 07:48:52" Fog looks set to cause further disruption to air travel today. And it's pretty easy to see why!
Yesterday Aurigny's early Gatwick departure was the only flight to leave Guernsey yesterday and no flights got in. Both Aurigny and Flybe cancelled all their
"09.03.2017 06:00:00" "Small" but not "insignificant."
Guernsey's External Affairs Minister says the island has nothing to fear, despite disparaging past comments about Guernsey from the now frontrunner to be France's next President: https://goo.gl/B9Prf7
"08.03.2017 21:02:31" Timeline Photos What sort of problems have you had selling/buying your house?
We'll be talking about the property market on the Thursday JKT show so let us know the type of challenges you have faced when it comes to the roof over your head.
"08.03.2017 18:30:45" Timeline Photos Are you or anyone you know stranded because of the fog?
This is the current view of the Aurigny check-in desk at Gatwick Airport.
"08.03.2017 10:49:24" The Channel Islands Cricket League is making a comeback.
It was scrapped in 2012 partly due to concerns about the cost of inter-island travel.
Sponsorship's now been found for the first two seasons.
"08.03.2017 08:34:48" If you are flying today you could be in for a bit of a wait. Fog is causing numerous delays in and out of the Island this morning.
"08.03.2017 05:59:58" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Here's the weather for today...
Overcast with mist or fog patches. Occasional rain or drizzle, perhaps persistent this evening and overnight.
Visibility: Moderate to very poor.
Wind: West to southwest fresh F5 to strong F6.
"07.03.2017 22:02:01" Timeline Photos Has social media improved our lives or would we be better off without it?
We'll be speaking to former Guernsey Minister, Kevin Stewart, on the Wednesday JKT Show about this and we'd love your thoughts.
"07.03.2017 20:45:01" Petition debates What do you think about Guernsey following the UK, and looking at introducing automatic debates in The States of Guernsey on petitions that reach a certain number of signatures?
"07.03.2017 16:15:11" Timeline Photos The director of hospital services at the PEH says planned, or elective operations are going ahead as normal.
Jan Colemen says bed occupancy is currently at 85%. She tells us this figure is ideal for getting the most out of staff and services.
"07.03.2017 08:55:24" "We had no choice [but to lodge a code of conduct complaint]."
Chairman of the Guernsey Community Foundation Wayne Bullpit says it was right to lodge the complaint against three deputies - even though it failed.
Deputies Lyndon Trott, Mary Lowe, and
"07.03.2017 06:04:21" Timeline Photos Good morning! Let's take a look at today's weather...
Cloudy, with perhaps some bright intervals early morning. Occasional rain or drizzle, especially this afternoon, becoming more persistent this evening, with mist and fog patches.
"06.03.2017 21:01:00" Timeline Photos On Tuesday's JKT Show we're talking about equal pay and career development for women, with the original WI Calendar Girl, Tricia Stewart. So which famous woman do you admire, and why?
"06.03.2017 19:20:35" Timeline Photos Should lobbying and spending to sway your decision on island-wide voting be allowed?
Politicians on the committee in charge say they're unlikely to step in ahead of Guernsey's IWV referendum.
"06.03.2017 09:16:04" The Guernsey construction industry shrank by 6% in 2015 - more than any other sector.
But an increase in islanders demolishing their homes and rebuilding them from scratch is helping to sustain Guernsey's flagging construction industry.
"06.03.2017 06:24:55" Timeline Photos It's been a wet start to the day this morning! Here's the rest of today's weather...
Cloudy, with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times with a risk of thunder, clearing soon after midday then scattered showers, dying out this evening. Becoming fair by
"05.03.2017 21:00:01" Timeline Photos Have you ever stood up to bad behaviour in public?
Have you challenged someone who hasn't picked up their dog mess, or maybe you've told someone off for using foul language.
Tell us your stories.
"05.03.2017 18:03:46" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post If you owned a patch of land with a stunning sea view, would you consider demolishing your house - and rebuilding it - to create your dream home?
Architect Andrew Ozanne from Lovell Ozanne & Partners Ltd says it's a growing trend for properties worth
"05.03.2017 13:42:10" BBC Radio Guernsey's cover photo
"05.03.2017 11:30:38" Did you miss Classical Choice today?
Here's the playlist...
Kabalevsky: 'Scherzo' from 'The Comedian's Suite'
Parry: 'Frolic' from 'An English Suite'
Holst: 'Jupiter' from 'The Planets Suite'
Grieg: 'The Last Spring'
Nielsen: 'Overture' from
"04.03.2017 11:33:31" Vinyl Vaughan's Record Boutique on Fountain Street, St Peter Port, as featured on Jon Ozanne's Saturday mid-morning show today between 10:00 and 11:00:
"04.03.2017 07:02:38" Timeline Photos Guernsey's weather: fair or sunny periods. Scattered showers, mainly this afternoon, with the risk of hail and thunder. Becoming cloudy by midnight with outbreaks of rain, perhaps heavy.
Maximum temperatures of 10 Celcius that's 50 degrees
"03.03.2017 21:25:41" Timeline Photos Business leaders in Guernsey say new population laws which come into effect next month will be damaging for the economy. But do you even know what they are or how they'll affect you and the rest of the community? And have the States done enough to prepare
"03.03.2017 17:56:07" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post Police are asking motorists to avoid the Rue A L'Or in St Saviour's following a landslide which is blocking the road.
"03.03.2017 09:16:00" bbc.co.uk Vauvert School: 45 year-old vinyl record, 03/03/2017, Isla Blatchford - BBC Radio Guernsey A former Vauvert pupil will be reunited with a vinyl record he made 45 years ago. What were you working on 50 years ago?
A former pupil at Vauvert Primary School will be reunited with a record he made in 1972, called Six of the Best.
Listen to the story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04vkv4p
"03.03.2017 08:11:38" Deputy Mary Lowe The Code of Conduct investigation into supposed comments made by three Guernsey deputies has been dropped, citing a lack of evidence.
Lyndon Trott, Mary Lowe and Paul Le Pelley were accused of saying Deputy Marc Leadbeater couldn't carry out his
"03.03.2017 06:51:43" Timeline Photos Good morning, here's your weather forecast for today...
Mainly cloudy, chance of some bright or sunny intervals around the middle of the day. A little rain or drizzle at times with mist patches and the risk of fog patches. Showers developing by Saturday
"02.03.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos Are today's children under pressure to grow up too quickly?
New research suggests peer pressure, schoolwork and social media are the main causes.
What do you think?
"02.03.2017 17:05:03" Do outdoor fitness groups ever get in your way at beauty spots around Guernsey? Or maybe you're one of those keeping fit whilst admiring the view?
There have been a few complaints recently about the use of the Saumarez Nature Trail by runners.
"02.03.2017 14:35:47" bbc.co.uk BBC Local Live: Channel Islands on Thursday 2 March 2017 - BBC News A code of conduct complaint made against three senior politicians in Guernsey has been dismissed.
The new chairwoman of the States Members' Conduct Panel - who has been in post for less than two days - says she is not satisfied that there is sufficient
"02.03.2017 14:29:12" Timeline Photos Code of Conduct complaints against Deputies Lyndon Trott, Paul Le Pelley and Mary Lowe have been thrown out by the Chairman of the States Members' Conduct Panel because of a lack of evidence....
"02.03.2017 12:38:00" It's out with the A,B,C and in with the 1,2,3.
GCSE grades are changing from this Summer. So, instead of the traditional A-star to U grades pupils will get a mark ranging from nine to one. Initially, it'll be in just a few subjects.
But will it be
"02.03.2017 07:54:26" Timeline Photos There is now no chance of the Women's Muratti going ahead following attempts to get the game back on.
Players must be associated to the Guernsey FA to be eligible for the fixture, but with no local women's league, many players signed for Ormer Ladies,
"02.03.2017 06:10:26" Timeline Photos Good morning, here's today's weather forecast...
Fair or sunny periods and isolated showers, dying out during the morning. Becoming cloudy this evening, with outbreaks of rain by midnight, perhaps heavy for a time, mostly clearing by morning.
"01.03.2017 21:00:01" Timeline Photos Tell us the last book you read and what you thought of it.
Thursday is World Book Day, an event which tries to get more children reading, but we would like to be a bit nosey and find out what novels or non-fiction material you've been looking at.
"01.03.2017 19:28:00" What does it take to be a good foster parent?
Guernsey's Family Placement Service is holding two drop-in sessions tomorrow at Beau Sejour, to recruit more carers.
Here are some tips..
"01.03.2017 18:03:11" The States of Alderney's Chief Executive, Victor Brownlees, has resigned.
The Chairman of the Policy and Finance Committee James Dent, says his support will be missed.
"01.03.2017 08:26:16" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post The very early stages of plans to develop the Vale Mill are beginning to emerge.
An application was submitted two years ago to convert it into a two bedroom dwelling, and permission has now been granted.
But what buildings/sites in Guernsey would you
"01.03.2017 07:14:39" It's a gloomy start over the Bailiwick this morning.
Here's your weather forecast:
Cloudy with outbreaks of rain, with mist and hill fog patches, clearing in the early afternoon. Fair periods developing this evening with the risk of a shower
"28.02.2017 22:16:00" Timeline Photos How tough should we be on people who drive whilst they're on the phone?
The UK is introducing new penalties for this offence, including six points on a licence instead of three and on the spot fines of £200 up from £100.
"28.02.2017 21:15:42" Should Guernsey abandon 'austerity' now it's got a budget surplus?
Policy & Resources favour a '3-5-5' approach to cutting public spending: 3% cuts in 2017, 5% cuts in 2018 and a further 5% cut in 2019.
Several deputies oppose the higher cuts for
"28.02.2017 18:57:43" Former St Saviours deputy, douzenier and West Show stalwart Stan Bichard has died at the age of 82.
Show President Rodney Dyke pays tribute to his friend and colleague.
"28.02.2017 09:14:58" Timeline Photos Nottingham Business School is carrying out a major research project into the island's system of government.
Guernsey deputies told researchers they appreciate the freedom to vote with their conscience, but find the lack of party politics makes it
"28.02.2017 08:12:01" Here's a quick video from this morning's high tide.
More on the stormy conditions here: http://bbc.in/2mFOnhr
"28.02.2017 06:59:30" Good morning, more rough seas around the Bailiwick today...
Weather: Rather cloudy. Fair or sunny periods developing this morning. Scattered blustery rain or hail showers, with risk of thunder, dying out overnight. Risk of rain towards Wednesday
"27.02.2017 21:00:01" Timeline Photos Was anyone in your family in the SAS? Let us have your story.
On Tuesday's JKT show, Jenny will be hearing all about Second World War SAS soldier Harry Wall Poat who lived in Guernsey and served in the Royal British Legion locally.
"27.02.2017 19:15:24" Will you be cooking up a storm for Shrove Tuesday?
Guernsey chef Julia Hargreaves says she's used the same pancake recipe for years.
Lemon and sugar's the favourite filling in our office... what's yours?
"27.02.2017 16:27:19" Timeline Photos A new charge system for Emergency Department patients at the PEH starts on Wednesday.
Some simple procedures will be slightly cheaper while more complex cases could be slightly more. The most you'll pay is just over £500.
HSC says it's to make your
"27.02.2017 15:18:52" Timeline Photos Did you hear the thunder over Guernsey today?
"27.02.2017 09:55:00" Timeline Photos Would you marry yourself?
If reports are to be believed, it seems the practice of "sologamy" is gaining popularity.
More on the JKT show after 09:30.
"27.02.2017 08:46:03" When your garden crops and flowers just won't grow, there's generally a good reason why.
But in most cases, the issue won't be a Victorian cesspit, unlike at the Victorian Walled Garden in Saumarez Park.
Martyn Brehaut is a supervisor with the
"27.02.2017 06:11:00" Timeline Photos Good morning, here's your weather forecast...
Rather cloudy with occasional blustery rain or hail showers and the risk of thunder. Some fair or sunny intervals this afternoon.
Visibility: Moderate to poor in showers, occasionally good.
Wind: South to
"26.02.2017 20:00:01" Timeline Photos Is it more expensive or too much hassle to buy Fairtrade goods?
As Fairtrade Fortnight gets underway we ask: do the wages of the world's tea, coffee and chocolate producers cause you to shop differently?
"26.02.2017 17:03:00" Alderney gannets return They say one swallow does not a summer make, but does a gannet make a spring?
The ALDERNEY WILDLIFE TRUST reports the first gannets have returned to the Bailiwick.
So what makes spring for you? Please post any of your photos or videos below...
"26.02.2017 11:20:00" Timeline Photos Did you miss Classical Choice this morning? Listen again here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04s2jhq
And here's today's playlist:
"26.02.2017 10:20:09" Timeline Photos Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 200373 to put your questions to today's Sunday Phone In guests.
They are deputies Shane Langlois and Richard Graham. Listen live at www.bbc.co.uk/radioguernsey
"26.02.2017 09:16:22" Timeline Photos Fiona Le Tissier is treating us to a spot of Edvard Grieg and some Beethoven too in this morning's Classical Choice.
Listen live: www.bbc.co.uk/radioguernsey
"26.02.2017 08:15:18" Join Andy Hislop in this hour of the programme for discussion and debate on faith issues. Andy is here each Sunday from 7am on BBC Radio Guernsey.
Listen live: www.bbc.co.uk/radioguernsey
"26.02.2017 07:15:02" Timeline Photos Good morning!
Today's weather: Rather cloudy. Occasional hill fog patches, clearing by mid morning. Drizzle later this evening, clearing to fair periods by Monday morning.
Temperatures reaching 11 ° C across the islands, dropping to 7 ° C
"25.02.2017 08:00:06" Just 16% of people with autism are in full time employment nationally.
These guys hope to change that...
"25.02.2017 07:09:44" Timeline Photos It's the weekend! Let's take a look at today's weather...
Fair periods, becoming cloudy around dawn. Occasional rain or drizzle by mid evening, perhaps with hill fog patches.
Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate to poor by mid evening, perhaps very
"24.02.2017 08:54:14" The Disability and Inclusion Strategy remains "top of the tree" for Guernsey's government according to Deputy Emilie Yerby.
It's more than 3 years since The States of Guernsey agreed to the strategy.
However, wheelchair user and disabled rights
"24.02.2017 07:59:47" Would you support a beefed-up States apprenticeship scheme?
Local businesses and politicians are calling for the scheme run in partnership with Guernsey College of Further Education to be expanded to include pilots, more engineers, and even
"24.02.2017 06:04:08" Timeline Photos It's Friday! Here's today's weather:
Fair or sunny periods and the risk of a shower this morning. Becoming cloudy overnight.
Wind: Northwest moderate F4 to fresh F5, occasionally strong F6 at first this morning, backing west light
"23.02.2017 21:33:19" Timeline Photos Who is your favourite actor and why?
Film buffs James King and Wynter Tyson will be discussing theirs on Friday's JKT show from 9:30am.
Jenny would like to compile a BBC Guernsey top 10 actors list based on your nominations, so get typing.
"23.02.2017 19:59:39" Timeline Photos Should Guernsey nursing homes be more open to pets?
Torteval nursing home Chateau Des Tielles says it offers a warm welcome to pets, as they help residents to stave off anxiety and depression.
What do you think?
"23.02.2017 17:52:10" BBC CI News Guernsey's one pound coins are being withdrawn from circulation. The UK's new 12-sided one pound coin will be legal tender in the island from March, but there'll be no Guernsey version. The current Guernsey coin will be withdrawn by October this year. Goodbye Guernsey £1 coins...
"23.02.2017 10:03:50" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post Islanders are being given the chance to play their part in new horror film Cain Hill - by helping to fund it.
Director and Producer Gene Fallaize, who was born in Guernsey, spent last Summer producing the film, which stars former Emmerdale actress Gemma
"23.02.2017 07:54:09" Timeline Photos The UK's Justice Minister will stand up for the Crown Dependencies if they're being used as bargaining chips in Brexit negotiations.
But Sir Oliver Heald says, so far, he hasn't seen anything to suggest that islanders will suffer as a result of
"23.02.2017 06:03:55" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Here's the weather for today...
Occasional rain and drizzle, perhaps heavy at times, with hill fog patches, clearing before mid-morning. Sunny periods and the risk of a shower this afternoon. Fair periods and isolated showers
"22.02.2017 21:40:00" Timeline Photos Did you keep a diary in your childhood or teenage years? What interesting things are in yours that you can tell us about?
The British Museum is after 20,000 ordinary people's diaries to be preserved by 2020 so that future generations can read about our
"22.02.2017 20:13:21" What's the secret of living to 100?
We met Guernsey centenarian Hazel Ozard at a special afternoon tea at Government House.
How do you plan to live a long and happy life?
"22.02.2017 17:02:35" Timeline Photos Should Guernsey focus on finance products over other forms of light industry, such as manufacturing?
It comes as the island has been chosen to launch the first ever commercial use of blockchain technology - a method of recording data which needs to be
"22.02.2017 07:11:16" bbc.co.uk WW2 bomb find halts Portsmouth ferry and train travel - BBC News Ferry and train services are halted after a World War Two bomb is found during dredging works. This morning's 9am ferry from Portsmouth is delayed. The Clipper and other ferries are unable to sail after a WW2 bomb was found in the harbour overnight.
Latest updates here: http://bbc.in/2m6Vd3l
"22.02.2017 06:06:25" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's take a look at the weather for today...
Mainly cloudy with occasional mist, drizzle and the risk of hill fog patches, especially overnight. A few brighter spells during the day.
Visibility: Moderate, occasionally poor or very
"21.02.2017 21:00:02" Timeline Photos What do you think of people who whoop and cheer in traditional theatres?
Should we be allowed to show our appreciation of a performance in any way we want, or should it always be silence and polite applause?
"21.02.2017 19:56:02" Timeline Photos Should Alderney and Guernsey work closer together to seize the opportunities of the $100bn global e-gaming industry?
C5 Alliance Guernsey says Alderney should keep providing the gambling licences, but that Guernsey - where the electricity's a third of
"21.02.2017 18:33:50" Some of the air passengers who've seen fog disrupt their travel plans over the last few days have arrived home in Guernsey -after abandoning flights in favour of a ferry crossing.
Annie and Jim Holland have made it back after 55 hours travelling with
"21.02.2017 17:31:05" Timeline Photos Same-sex couples in Guernsey could marry as soon as May.
That's if the The States of Guernsey sticks to a timetable released today.
However according to Liberate its time for Alderney to follow Guernsey in updating its marriage laws.
Do you agree?
"21.02.2017 16:24:18" Timeline Photos Thanks for all your suggestions of musicians and music venues in the Bailiwick that you think should be recognised with a blue plaque for BBC Music Day. Please keep them coming.
"21.02.2017 13:26:29" Torteval Church will look a little different for the next eighteen months.
Scaffolding's gone up as part of a major renovation project.
The Vice Dean of the Douzaine, Andrew Sauvarin, says it's long overdue.
"21.02.2017 11:04:12" bbc.co.uk BBC Local Live: Channel Islands on Tuesday 21 February 2017 - BBC News Guernsey could hold same-sex marriages in May Same-sex marriages could take place in Guernsey as early as May.
The Same-Sex Marriage law will be considered by the Legislation Review Panel in early March, before being ratified at a future States meeting which could be as early
"21.02.2017 08:25:22" Timeline Photos Air passengers in the Bailiwick will face further travel disruption today due to the fog.
Many flights this morning have been cancelled or delayed, with some passengers having to travel by ferry.
Airport General Manager, Colin Le Ray hopes the fog will
"21.02.2017 06:38:19" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Here's the weather for today..
Cloudy with mist, hill fog patches and a little drizzle at times. Perhaps brighter for a time around midday.
Visibility: Moderate to very poor.
Wind: Westerly moderate F4 to fresh F5, increasing strong F6
"20.02.2017 21:29:00" Timeline Photos If you could honour one local musician or music venue with a blue plaque, which would you choose?
They need to have a link with the Bailiwick, so It could be someone like composer Robert Farnon who lived in Guernsey, or maybe a building like St George's
"20.02.2017 20:02:31" Timeline Photos What's the most unusual item you've ever had delivered?
We spotted this helicopter arriving on the Queen's Road on Saturday... and are reliably informed it's an out-of-action flight simulator.
Luckily the recipients were in at the time, or else they'd
"20.02.2017 18:29:39" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post More placards than protestors?
The number of people at this evening's 'Stop Trump' protest at St Peter Port's Sunken Gardens fell well short of the 200 predicted by organisers,
But about 50 people did gather to challenge the US president's stance on
"20.02.2017 16:46:56" Timeline Photos The St Peter Port constables invoke a 1919 law regarding the repair or demolition of walls or buildings that are deemed dangerous, to enable a Guernsey furnishings company to partly remove this derelict structure in the Bordage. Previously, planners had
"20.02.2017 08:53:06" Guernsey's Education Committee is expected to apply for funding for the rebuild of the La Mare de Carteret Schools and College of Further Education this week.
The Committee's Vice President, Deputy Carl Meerveld, says they'll be pressing ahead with the
"20.02.2017 06:13:45" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather:
Overcast with mist or fog and occasional drizzle.
Visibility is poor or very poor, occasionally moderate.
Wind: Westerly light F3 to moderate F4, increasing moderate F4 to fresh F5 by evening, occasionally strong F6 by
"19.02.2017 20:00:01" Timeline Photos Should we be softer on soft drugs? Do we gain anything by prosecuting people with tiny amounts of cannabis intended for recreational use?
Maybe we should think about legalising cannabis and concentrating on more serious crime?
Let us know what you
"19.02.2017 14:42:55" Did you miss Classical Choice today or hear something you wanted the name of?
Here the playlist...
Castrucci: 'Allegro', 1st movement from Concerto Grosso in D
Albinoni: 'Allegro' from Concerto in B flat, op. 7
Vivaldi: 'Allegro' from Concerto in C for
"18.02.2017 13:27:33" Timeline Photos The chairman of the Medical Specialist Group, Steve Evans, insists delays over the signing of The States of Guernsey's secondary healthcare contract isn't impacting on staff morale or recruitment.
Neither the Health and Social Care Committee nor the MSG
"18.02.2017 06:52:24" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's take a look at today's weather...
Fair or sunny periods, becoming cloudy for a time from mid morning, with mist and fog patches likely.
Max: Guernsey 10 ° C Alderney 9 ° C
Min: Guernsey 4 ° C Alderney 6 ° C
Risk of a ground frost
"17.02.2017 18:17:03" A new cable which enables Guernsey to import power from the European electricity grid has officially been commissioned.
It's providing power for island homes and businesses along with local generators.
The official switching on of Nomandie 1 comes
"17.02.2017 12:29:58" Timeline Photos Jannine and Paul Birtwistle are in the studio, chatting about Purple Pinkie Day.
The Rotary Clubs of Guernsey are behind a campaign to eradicate polio worldwide.
"17.02.2017 08:44:44" After two days of debate a decision has been made on what to do with Guernsey's waste.
It will be shipped elsewhere rather than being dealt with on island, with the bulk of it ending up in Sweden.
The total cost of the plan is set to be around three
"17.02.2017 06:04:44" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather:
Mainly cloudy with mist or fog patches, especially this morning. Some fair or sunny periods.
Visibility is moderate to very poor, occasionally good.
Wind: Variable light F1 to 3, becoming southerly after
"16.02.2017 21:00:01" Timeline Photos What was your dream holiday, the one break that you look back on as the best you've ever had?
A new survey dares to suggest that travel is more vital to our own happiness than our own wedding day or a date with our partner.
Do you wish you were still
"16.02.2017 08:42:15" Timeline Photos Vitamin D - are you getting enough?
Researchers say vitamin D supplements could prevent more than three million people getting colds or flu each year in the UK. They say the vitamin should be added to foods like bread.
"16.02.2017 06:00:33" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather:
Mainly cloudy with mist or fog patches. Some bright or sunny intervals.
Visibility is moderate to very poor, perhaps occasionally good.
Wind: Southwesterly light F1 to 3, becoming variable for a time this
"15.02.2017 21:00:03" Timeline Photos We want your stories of being locked in and locked out.
Did you shut your keys in the boot of the car? Did the lock break on the lavatory door? Did you leave your hotel keys in your room, only to come back later to find the place locked and the
"15.02.2017 19:20:10" Timeline Photos Guernsey's States have reported a £15m surplus this year.
This is its first in 8 years, and a complete turnaround from just a year ago when a £15m deficit was predicted.
What would you like to see the money spent on?
"15.02.2017 10:26:32" Timeline Photos Three of Guernsey's most senior politicians have been named in a code of conduct complaint.
They are Policy and Resources member, Lyndon Trott, President of the Committee for Home Affairs, Mary Lowe, and President of the Committee
"15.02.2017 08:29:40" Timeline Photos New technology is being installed at Les Nicolles Prison to combat aerial drones.
Once operational, Guernsey's Prison will become one of the first in Britain to use the technology.
It follows the introduction of a drone no-fly zone earlier this month.
"15.02.2017 07:00:52" How do you feel about volunteering to help younger generations?
February is Guernsey Sea Cadets' recruitment month. They're looking for new adult volunteers as well as cadets to join them...
"15.02.2017 05:57:48" Timeline Photos Good morning, the weather today...
Cloudy with mist patches and outbreaks of rain, perhaps heavy with the risk of thunder, clearing by midday. Fair or sunny periods developing this afternoon. Misty again by morning with the risk of fog patches.
"14.02.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos Do herbal remedies actually work, or is it all in the mind?
A recent survey by one supplements company seems to suggest more of us are taking them, but haven't they always been with us?
Didn't granny have a home cure for coughs and colds?
"14.02.2017 19:25:34" Timeline Photos The island's waste strategy returns to the States debating chamber tomorrow.
Deputies will be asked to back the process of exporting the island's waste to Sweden, along with ambitious recycling targets of 60% of by the end of 2022, and 70% by the end of
"14.02.2017 17:25:41" Is it time to introduce political parties in Guernsey?
Vale deputy Matt Fallaize says he "wouldn't be surprised" if parties begin to form within the next three States terms here. What do you think?
"14.02.2017 08:44:34" Would you be more likely to donate to charity if they were to show how they spend your money?
New regulations are planned to make charities more transparent.
Helen Gaines, from the Guernsey registry, says the charity sector needs more structure...
"14.02.2017 06:00:33" Timeline Photos Happy Valentines Day, here's the weather forecast:
Cloudy with occasional rain or drizzle and mist or fog patches clearing early afternoon to fair or sunny periods. Becoming cloudy again overnight with mist or fog patches and occasional rain by morning.
"13.02.2017 21:00:04" Timeline Photos What's the most romantic thing your partner has ever done for you, or maybe you did an even more romantic thing for them?
Join JKT for her Valentine's Day Special, Tuesday morning from 9.30, where she'll be talking about everything from proposals at a
"13.02.2017 19:15:35" Timeline Photos It's Valentine's Day - the day of love.
So for you, is it the time to partake in overblown gestures?
Or is love 1,000 acts of kindness all year round?
"13.02.2017 14:02:55" Behind the scenes on the afternoon programme!
"13.02.2017 08:11:37" Timeline Photos Would you fly to London Heathrow if you had the option?
Airline Flybe says it would like to run new routes from Guernsey to Heathrow if a third runway opens in 2030.
However, business transport commentator Malcolm Ginsberg says Guernsey should be
"13.02.2017 06:12:19" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast...
Mainly fair with long sunny periods today, becoming cloudy overnight.
Visibility is good.
Wind: Easterly fresh F5 to strong F6, decreasing moderate F4 to fresh F5 early evening, veering southeast overnight.
"12.02.2017 19:00:00" Timeline Photos Is online dating a good idea?
Is it safe to meet new love interests on the web?
We live in the digital age and online dating is one way of meeting new people in our busy lives, but last year nearly 4,000 people were duped into handing over money to
"12.02.2017 18:00:06" Timeline Photos If it saved £250k a year, would you support centralised bin collections?
The States will debate the proposal this week – but parishes warn if they're no longer managing bin collections, their local connection with parishioners could be lost.
What do you
"12.02.2017 13:20:00" Did you miss today's Classical Choice?
Here's the playlist...
Vivaldi: Presto, Third Movement from Trumpet Concerto in A flat
Rossini: 'La Danza'
Orff: 'In Trutina'
Britten: 'Playful Pizzicato'
Liszt: 'Consolation No. 3'
"12.02.2017 07:31:43" Timeline Photos Good morning, here's today's forecast...
Risk of icy surfaces at first. Rather cloudy with scattered wintry showers until mid-morning, then fair or sunny intervals. Becoming cloudy this afternoon with patchy light rain by late afternoon, clearing
"11.02.2017 14:15:57" Timeline Photos This week a court case, in which an unmarried woman claimed equal rights to her deceased partner's pension, brought new questions about privileges afforded to married couples.
Should marriage attract benefits (such as a reduction in tax payments, tax
"11.02.2017 06:51:13" Timeline Photos It's the weekend! Let's take a look at the weather...
Mainly cloudy and cold with scattered wintry showers. Some fair periods. Risk of icy surfaces.
Max: Guernsey 5 ° C Alderney 5 ° C
Min: Guernsey 1 ° C Alderney 2 ° C A ground frost overnight.
"10.02.2017 17:24:49" Pupils from Forest Primary School have been helping volunteers from the National Trust of Guernsey plant apple trees ready for the coming season.
The Trust has established the orchard at its Les Caches farm property on the way to on the South coast
"10.02.2017 12:11:32" Timeline Photos Have you had one of these cheques for £1.35 through the post?
Income Tax says it's issued 1,655 tax rebate cheques for amounts under £5 - although two thirds of them don't get cashed.
Could these over-payments have been prevented in the first place -
"10.02.2017 08:05:13" Timeline Photos Congratulations to Guernseywoman Becky Charlton on her completion of the Atlantic Challenge.
She and her team rowed almost 3,000 miles, starting in the Canary Islands and finishing in Antigua.
It took them 55 days, 13 hours and 29 minutes.
"10.02.2017 07:05:00" Timeline Photos Is electronic tagging the way to cut prisoner numbers in Guernsey?
In its annual report Guernsey Prison says it believes greater use of Home Detention Curfews, backed up with electronic tags, can reduce the number of people coming to prison for
"10.02.2017 06:03:50" Timeline Photos It's Friday! Let's take a look at the weather...
Rather cloudy, some fair or sunny intervals. Isolated wintry showers, mainly from afternoon. Feeling cold.
Wind: Easterly moderate F4, occasionally fresh F5, backing northeast fresh F5 this evening,
"09.02.2017 21:00:01" Timeline Photos Have you ever felt under pressure to give to charity?
The UK's Charity Commission was recently given new powers where, in extreme cases, they can take punitive action against causes that go too far, but do we need that sort of regulation here?
"09.02.2017 18:43:47" Timeline Photos The entrepreneur behind a new airline connecting Alderney to Jersey and Cherbourg says he'll give 1,000% to make sure the venture's a success.
It's set to launch in July, and Jersey flights will be timed to make Gatwick connections.
Do you think 'Air
"09.02.2017 14:16:55" Environment and Infrastructure is defending its decision not to repair a sea wall at L'Ancresse.
The old German tank wall was damaged during storms in 2014.
Having surveyed it, the decision's been taken to let it decline over time as, the committee
"09.02.2017 12:29:51" bbc.co.uk Explosion at Flamanville nuclear plant An explosion occurred at Flamanville nuclear plant this morning, but there was "no nuclear risk", say EDF An explosion and fire have occurred at the Flamanville nuclear plant in northern France but there was no nuclear risk, officials say.
Get live updates from BBC Local Live...
"09.02.2017 09:24:00" Timeline Photos Joey, the iconic Trislander, will have a new home at Oatlands after planners gave permission for a new development there.
It'll include a play barn and virtual reality technology to allow people to 'fly' the plane.
Aurigny CEO Mark Darby says Joey will
"09.02.2017 08:19:47" bbc.co.uk Manchester-Guernsey pilot accused over ice diversion - BBC News Poor decision-making by a pilot over ice build-up led to a flight having to divert, investigators say. Poor decision-making by a pilot led to a commercial flight having to divert, investigators have said.
"09.02.2017 06:01:56" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's take a look at the weather for today...
Rather cloudy with isolated light showers, mainly this morning. Some fair or sunny intervals.
Wind: Easterly light F2 to 3, increasing light F3 to moderate F4 by morning, then moderate F4 to
"08.02.2017 21:00:07" Timeline Photos What would you like to ask the President of the Committee for Health and Social Care, Deputy Heidi Soulsby?
JKT will put your questions to her on Thursday's show after 11:00.
"08.02.2017 19:21:07" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post Urgent repair or "managed decline"?
Former deputy Tony Spruce says £5m was budgeted after the storms of 2014 to fix sea walls including Fermain, L'Ancresse and St Martin's Point.
But the Environment & Infrastructure Committee believes since they were
"08.02.2017 17:40:43" Timeline Photos Spotted anything interesting flying around recently?
In the last couple of days bird spotters have recorded and photographed the Royal Tern - a equatorial bird which could have travelled from as far afield as the Caribbean.
(Photo: Mark Guppy)
"08.02.2017 16:52:27" Timeline Photos Bird watchers in Guernsey are excited by the rare sighting of a Royal Tern in the island.
After 6pm we'll be hearing why it's such a significant visitor to the Channel Islands.
"08.02.2017 12:45:51" Plans to turn the old St Sampson's Infants School into a children's centre and community cafe are taking shape.
The charity Every Child Our Future is behind the project.
If it gets the necessary planning permission work will start as soon as possible.
"08.02.2017 11:35:27" bbc.co.uk BBC Local Live: Channel Islands on Wednesday 8 February - BBC News Police appeal after diesel spill results in two-vehicle crash; island's digital policy to be outlined later, and more The women's Muratti has been cancelled because Guernsey are unable to find enough players for the annual match against rivals Jersey.
More here: http://bbc.in/2ln4fVi
"08.02.2017 08:00:49" Timeline Photos The latest research from Facebook suggests young people between the ages of 15 and 30, now check their mobile phones an average of 157 times a day.
All that has meant an increase in data usage, but should we be worried about racking up big bills while
"08.02.2017 05:59:58" Timeline Photos Good morning, here's today's weather forecast...
Fair or sunny periods with isolated showers mainly this morning. Becoming cloudier overnight with further showers likely.
Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate to poor in showers.
"07.02.2017 21:01:00" Timeline Photos Tomorrow morning after ten, Jenny Kendall-Tobias will be speaking to retired policeman, David Le Page about his memories of the service.
Drop us a call on 200373 or comment on this post with any stories of previous boys in blue...
"07.02.2017 19:12:50" Should 'aggressive seagulls' be culled? That was the subject of a national debate today in Parliament, after the friend of an MP had his chips stolen.
But local environmentalist Vic Froome says Guernsey seagulls are milder mannered and deserve our
"07.02.2017 16:17:49" The Waste Strategy sets recycling targets at 60% by the end of 2022 and 70% by the end of 2030.
Deputy Jan Kuttelwascher says he wants to scrap recycling rates, as some materials are too expensive to recycle...
"07.02.2017 08:34:10" Timeline Photos Guernsey F.C. Chairman, Mark Le Tissier says sports tourism could attract thousands more people to the island each year.
Should we be doing more to make the most of sport?
"07.02.2017 05:58:25" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Here's the weather for today...
Fair with sunny periods mainly in the morning, becoming rather cloudy early afternoon with isolated showers, perhaps heavy with the risk of hail.
Visibility: Good, occasionally moderate to poor in
"06.02.2017 18:54:36" Timeline Photos A Guernsey politician wants to scrap recycling targets for household and commercial waste.
Deputy Jan Kuttelwascher believes the island could save up to £50m over the 20 year life of the waste strategy, which is due to be debated next week.
He wants to
"06.02.2017 17:58:53" Timeline Photos How would you feel about taking a ride on a driverless bus?
A Guernsey entrepreneur is looking for investors to help bring self-driving buses to Guernsey.
Jenny Ozanne is hoping Shuttlebuzz Limited will be the first company to go commercial with a
"06.02.2017 09:05:33" Is Guernsey's ageing population ready for a growth in dementia in the coming years?
Wayne Bullpitt, chairman of the Guernsey Community Foundation, told us about his vision for a Dementia Friendly Guernsey...
"06.02.2017 07:36:28" Timeline Photos It was a disappointing weekend for the island's sports teams... Guernsey Hockey are out of the EH Trophy, after being beaten in the third round 4-2 by Blackheath at Footes Lane.
Guernsey FC also lost 3-0 at home to Ramsgate, and in rugby Guernsey
"06.02.2017 06:27:00" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Let's take a look at today's weather...
Mainly cloudy with outbreaks of rain or drizzle from early afternoon, perhaps heavy this evening with mist and the risk of fog patches, clearing around midnight. Fair periods developing.
"05.02.2017 19:00:00" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post Does St Sampsons harbour mouth need a new look?
Below are radical plans from designer Karl Dorfner.
What are your thoughts?
Picture: Karl Dorfner/Dorfmeister Studios
"05.02.2017 09:59:48" Did you miss today's Classical Choice? Here's Fiona's playlist:
Telemann: 'La Réjouissance' from Suite in D
Cimarosa, arr. Benjamin: 'Allegro' from Oboe Concerto in C minor
Parry: 'Prelude' from 'An English Suite'
Vivaldi: 'Cum Sancto Spiritu' from
"05.02.2017 07:28:32" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Cloudy with occasional rain, perhaps heavy with mist and fog patches, clearing around midday. Some sunny periods developing this afternoon with the risk of a shower this evening . Mainly fair overnight.
"04.02.2017 09:22:04" Timeline Photos Jon's talking Doctor Who on the Mid Morning programme today.
Who do you think should replace Peter Capaldi?
Here at the office, Jon is preparing to audition...
"04.02.2017 07:09:00" Timeline Photos Good Morning! Here's a look at today's weather..
Cloudy with rain, perhaps heavy, clearing by dawn. Sunny periods developing by mid morning. Becoming cloudier late afternoon with scattered showers and the risk of hail and thunder, dying out
"03.02.2017 12:34:04" It's pretty windy today!
Here's some of the footage we captured this morning...
"03.02.2017 10:20:45" Timeline Photos Should we resurrect Guernsey's horticultural industry in a bid to 'grow our own' following reports of vegetable and salad shortages in the national news today?
Supplies have been disrupted by bad weather in Europe and now some supermarkets have started
"03.02.2017 08:43:14" Timeline Photos Fundraising efforts are well underway for the new sports hall at Guernsey's Blanchelande College.
Plans to build the facilities were revealed last November, at an estimated cost of £2 million. It's hoped the first phase of the two-year project will get
"03.02.2017 07:28:27" The roadworks on the Rohais seem to be causing some issues along the Collings Road diversion.
Here's some footage taken by one concerned pedestrian...
"03.02.2017 06:40:35" Steve Sharman says he's pleased with Guernsey's NatWest Island Games football draw. Guernsey will face Åland, Saaremaa and Shetland in Group C in June.
The Sarnian coach says if everything goes to plan his side will progress to the next stage in Gotland.
"03.02.2017 05:40:40" Timeline Photos Happy Friday! It's windy. Southwest fresh F5, increasing strong F7 to gale F8 late morning, veering westerly gale F8 to severe gale F9 mid afternoon with gusts to 70mph.
Otherwise, it's cloudy with outbreaks of rain, perhaps occasionally heavy, clearing
"02.02.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos Is there a stigma attached to asking for handouts from the States - claiming benefits in other words?
On Thursday's JKT show, Marc Winn from the Dandelion Project told us that middle income earners should be allowed to use the benefits system to
"02.02.2017 19:19:08" Timeline Photos How can Guernsey get its tourism industry back on track?
We're asking as new The States of Guernsey figures reveal a 14,600 drop, in the number of tourists in 2016.
"02.02.2017 17:03:39" Seventeen thousand fewer passengers travelled to Guernsey by sea in 2016 compared to the year before.
In the same period that saw a 1.7% rise in air travel, the number of visitors by sea fell by 16.3%.
Here's Deputy Jennifer Merrett from the Committee
"02.02.2017 10:42:13" Timeline Photos Dramatic scenes on the east coast this morning with a tide alert issued by the Met Office. And watch out for more strong winds over the weekend as Storm Doris threatens to hit Guernsey.
"02.02.2017 08:46:49" A new States scrutiny review is aiming to "Shine a light" on in-work poverty, according to Deputy Peter Roffey...
"02.02.2017 07:41:13" 100 years ago the Royal Guernsey Light Infantry fought in the Battle of Cambrai in northern France - one of the many horrific battles of the First World War.
A century on, a memorial has been commissioned, to be sculpted in Guernsey and stand in France
"02.02.2017 06:07:56" Timeline Photos Doris is on her way, we'll hear from the Met Office on the programme this morning but until then here's Thursday's forecast: Cloudy with occasional rain, clearing by late morning. Fair or sunny periods developing, with scattered showers from late
"01.02.2017 21:01:00" Timeline Photos In 1989, a Gallup Poll declared Guernsey to be the happiest place to live on earth. It featured in a national newspaper that highlighted our beloved hedge veg stalls, clear starry skies unaffected by pollution and a relaxed pace of life.
On the JKT Show,
"01.02.2017 19:00:01" Timeline Photos Mums of Guernsey - if you had the choice to be in a private room or on the main ward after having your baby which would you choose?
Loveridge Ward is trying to find out what mums would prefer. We'll be talking to the Head of Midwifery about this
"01.02.2017 15:28:23" The Ladies' College still needs to raise another £750,000 to pay for the school's extension.
The development, which opened in September, includes new classrooms, a library and a canteen.
Today the school launched a new fundraising appeal to help raise
"01.02.2017 12:56:20" Can you help come up with a name for Guernsey Electricity Limited's newest generators?
At the moment they are called 2D and 3D.
But as they'll be in use for the next few decades the company wants to call them something a little more catchy.
"01.02.2017 09:18:14" Charging utility companies and businesses for digging up Guernsey's roads is expected to raise up to £150,000 a year. Peter Falla, Senior Manager at Traffic and Highway Services, explains the idea...
"01.02.2017 08:05:00" "We can't promise that help is on the way, but this will help us look at how to distrubute the funds we've got."
Employment and Social Secuity's president, Deputy Michelle Le Clerc, says better data is now available for Guernsey's States to analyse
"01.02.2017 07:05:18" - 3,684 missed appointments
- Recruitment difficulties
- But clinical incidents are falling
Guernsey's Medical Specialist Group releases its annual report for 2016 - its last before finalising a new contract with the States...
"01.02.2017 05:59:39" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Cloudy with rain, drizzle and fog patches clearing by mid-morning. Some sunny periods developing, but cloud thickening again mid-afternoon with the risk of a little rain or drizzle. Further rain at times after
"31.01.2017 21:00:02" Timeline Photos Does trying to find a parking space make you just want to scream, tear your hair out or both?
Apparently nearly 40% of us find it stressful and a new poll reveals that motorists in the UK waste an average total of nearly four days every year trying to
"31.01.2017 19:00:01" Timeline Photos Should there be controls on when we can light bonfires in Guernsey?
The States will debate new air pollution laws tomorrow. These include various proposals to control which hours and days of the week islanders should be allowed to have bonfires.
"31.01.2017 12:03:25" A group of Guernsey prisoners have helped restore this old boat.
It's taken five months to complete but is now in its new home near the bathing pools.
The Community Projects Manager at Guernsey Prison, Dolly Grey, says it was hard work, but worth it.
"31.01.2017 09:59:46" Timeline Photos The results of the JKT show's Seven Wonders of the Bailiwick (in no particular order):
South coast cliffs and paths
St Peter Port harbour - all views
"31.01.2017 08:27:44" Timeline Photos It's here once again! Red Nose day launches today, meaning you may see some of those classic Comic Relief noses about.
And this year Comic Relief is going back to its roots - stand up comedy.
As ever the charity is asking people to get involved and do
"31.01.2017 05:56:20" Timeline Photos Good morning! Here's today's weather forecast...
Cloudy with mist or fog patches and occasional rain or drizzle, clearing overnight.
Visibility: Moderate to very poor, becoming moderate to good overnight.
Wind: Southerly light F3 to moderate F4,
"30.01.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos What amazing things can your moggy do?
JKT's Teddy Edward can play catch. You throw the ball and he brings it right back, so he thinks he's a dog, but last year's winner of the National Cat Awards helped save her owner's life.
Just how incredible is
"30.01.2017 19:14:04" Timeline Photos A Guernsey resident is asking not to be charged for the upkeep of his parish church.
The reason he's giving is what he calls "the Church of England's institutional homophobic stance on gay marriage".
The St Andrew's resident has written to the Dean of
"30.01.2017 10:05:04" Timeline Photos The recent clear nights have made it a great time for astronomers, according to David La Conte from La Société Guernesiaise.
"Very often these cold, crisp winter nights can be the best time to observe," he told Jim on BBC Radio Guernsey this morning.
"30.01.2017 09:08:20" Are we giving too much in overseas aid?
In a lively debate on BBC Radio Guernsey, Deputy Victoria Oliver and Tim Peet MBE - the Vice Chairman of Guernsey Overseas Aid and Development Commission - shared their views on the matter...
"30.01.2017 06:04:23" Timeline Photos Good morning! It's Monday... it'll be a cloudy and mild day, with rain continuing to move east-wards, with fog.
Max: Guernsey 11 ° C and Alderney 11 ° C
Min: Guernsey 9 ° C and Alderney 9 ° C
UV Index: 1
Visibility: Poor to very poor,
"29.01.2017 19:00:00" Timeline Photos Does the male menopause exist, or is it just a myth?
Has a mid-life crisis led you, your husband or your partner to splash out on a sports car or re-discover an old hobby?
Perhaps you did something wacky or wild, like a bungee jump or a sky-dive? We
"29.01.2017 17:00:00" Timeline Photos Deputy Emilie Yerby says she's disappointed by a "begrudging attitude" which is being shown by some, when it comes to Overseas Aid.
2016 saw Guernsey give £2.9m in foreign aid, but Deputy Yerby says it shouldn't be seen as competing against local
"29.01.2017 12:30:58" Did you miss Classical Choice today? Not to worry, here's the playlist...
Copland: 'Fanfare for the Common Man'
Handel: 'La Réjouissance' from 'Music for the Royal Fireworks'
Prokofiev: 'Gavotte' from 'Classical Symphony'
Satie: 'Gymnopédie No.
"29.01.2017 07:13:29" Timeline Photos Good morning, here's today's weather forecast...
Cloudy with outbreaks of rain or drizzle by mid-morning. Mist and the risk of fog patches from midday. More widespread fog for a time overnight.
Visibility: Good becoming moderate to poor this afternoon,
"28.01.2017 14:32:45" After more than 70 years, the BBC can reveal how one Jewish woman hid in plain sight from the Nazis in Guernsey.
She was likely protected by a senior member of the island's government, a lawyer
"28.01.2017 12:40:00" A medical specialist is urging more islanders to register as organ donors. But he's warning that simply signing the section on your driving licence isn't enough...
"28.01.2017 11:37:00" bbc.co.uk The Guernsey Jew who hid from the Nazis in plain sight - BBC News The Jewish woman who defied the Nazis in the German-occupied Channel Islands survived with the support of a senior member of Guernsey's government. The Guernsey Jew who hid from the Nazis in plain sight
"28.01.2017 08:16:35" royal.uk Behind the scenes: Investitures A look at preparations before The Queen or a member of the Royal Family holds an Investiture at Buckingham Palace. Guernsey's Lieutenant Governor, Vice Admiral Sir Ian Corder, has been knighted by Prince Charles at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
He said "It was an extremely proud moment for me and my family, and an honour to be invested while serving as Guernsey's
"28.01.2017 06:53:27" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Fair or sunny periods and isolated showers. Risk of hail and thunder. Becoming cloudy overnight.
Visibility is good except in showers.
Wind: Westerly moderate F4 to fresh F5, occasionally strong F6 around
"27.01.2017 16:47:10" Around 60 people attended Guernsey's Holocaust Memorial Day service at the Town Church today. Janet de Santos gave a reading about her mother's experience in an internment camp in Guernsey.
"27.01.2017 08:49:11" 88,000: That's the 40% boost Guernsey Chamber president Martyn Dorey says the island's population needs, to support an ageing population and serve the needs of business.
Do you agree?
"27.01.2017 07:44:29" Timeline Photos A new States-run health insurance scheme covering islanders needing hospital care while travelling to the UK has been announced this morning.
It's being described as a "safety net" for islanders who are currently put off visiting relatives because of a
"27.01.2017 06:14:07" Timeline Photos Slightly less chilly today, here's the weather forecast:
Fair becoming cloudy around dawn with occasional rain and mist patches, and a slight risk of sleet early morning, clearing around dawn on Saturday.
Visibility is moderate to good,
"26.01.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos Friday is Holocaust Memorial Day.
Just how important is it that we never forget?
"26.01.2017 16:42:21" Timeline Photos A Met forecaster tells us Guernsey's experiencing the third driest January on record, with a third less rainfall than average.
How have you made the most of the dry, cold weather?
"26.01.2017 08:46:39" bbc.co.uk The Jewish woman who hid her faith and survived the Occupation, Survivor Story: Jewish woman lived through the occupation of Guernsey, Jim Cathcart - BBC Radio Guernsey Miriam Jay hid in plain sight of the Nazis, living with a government lawyer A newly discovered story of survival during Guernsey's occupation...
"26.01.2017 07:39:25" bbc.co.uk Jersey Live music festival ends after 13 years - BBC News Jersey's biggest music festival, Jersey Live, is axed after 13 years hosting major artists. After 13 years, Jersey Live has come to an end.
What are your memories of the festival?
"26.01.2017 06:00:45" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Cloudy with a risk of mist patches, becoming fair or fine around dawn and mainly sunny, but feeling very cold. Risk of some icy surfaces this morning. Becoming cloudy later in the night with the risk of rain
"25.01.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos If there were seven wonders of the Bailiwick of Guernsey, what would be top of that list?
Should it be Castle Cornet, Lihou Island, the Little Chapel or maybe Hauteville House?
UNESCO tells us time is running out for us to witness the wonders of the
"25.01.2017 19:08:41" Timeline Photos An open forum is being held in Sark by Deputy Peter Ferbrache tonight to discuss tourism.
He's also meeting politicians tomorrow to talk about the future challenges the island faces.
How do you feel about the two islands working together?
"25.01.2017 15:34:59" The CEO of financial services company the 1882 Group explains why he decided to move his business to Guernsey.
15 firms have done so over the past 12 months, says Locate Guernsey.
"25.01.2017 08:40:16" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post £672,266: that's what Locate Guernsey says it brought into the island's economy in its first year of operation.
Presenting the results at St James, Richard Le Tocq said there were 21 relocations in 2016, made up of 6 high net-worth individuals and 15
"25.01.2017 07:07:00" Timeline Photos Google is coming to Guernsey.
It will hold its first ever British Isles education summit at Beaucamps High school this May, in partnership with the Digital Greenhouse.
How do you think technology can help in the classroom?
"25.01.2017 06:05:18" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Fair or sunny periods and some icy surfaces until late morning. Becoming cloudy around midday with mist and the risk of hill fog patches, clearing overnight.
Visibility is moderate to good becoming
"24.01.2017 20:30:00" Timeline Photos On Wednesday's JKT show: What spontaneous act of kindness have you done for someone, or has somebody ever done for you?
We've heard all about the Guernsey-based nurse who bought a ticket for a young woman in tears and about to be thrown off a train.
"24.01.2017 19:07:34" Timeline Photos Locate Guernsey is updating the island on its progress tomorrow, after more than a year of operating.
The goal of the States initiative is to get wealthy people and companies to relocate to the island.
How do you think they've done so far?
"24.01.2017 16:41:15" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post NatWest is to close two branches over the coming five months: one in St Peters, and the other in Alderney where the two staff are at risk of redundancy.
Is the ease of internet banking responsible for the closure of well known high street names?
"24.01.2017 09:29:21" After work yesterday evening, Luc De La Mare and Sam Peek went out on their boat in Guernsey.
That's when they were joined by some visitors...
"24.01.2017 08:22:52" Timeline Photos The Guernsey Housing Association- which turns 15 this year - has released its latest report for the past two years.
On 1 January 2016 it owned 750 homes, and in 2015 it collected £6.7m in rent.
Do you think the GHA has been a success?
"24.01.2017 06:23:33" Timeline Photos Another cold start this morning! Here's the weather for the rest of the day...
Icy surfaces until late morning. Mainly sunny, then fair overnight. Perhaps misty or hazy at times. A ground frost and the risk of an air frost overnight.
UV Index: 1
"23.01.2017 21:35:00" Timeline Photos What was your favourite childhood toy? Was it Action Man, Barbie, a train set or maybe a doll's house?
Do you still have it? Did you pass it on to your children? We would love to hear the story behind it.
"23.01.2017 20:35:08" Timeline Photos How well do you think Guernsey's economy is doing?
The latest data shows growth in GDP of 0.4%, but that's for 2015, and the 2016 data isn't available until August.
What do you think the current situation is?
"23.01.2017 15:44:03" Marcel Lenormand teaches JKT how to make a lantern ahead of the Guernsey Lantern Parade, which takes place at the end of March.
"23.01.2017 08:44:07" Timeline Photos Have you been overcooking your food? New research suggests overcooking starchy foods, such as toast, roast potatoes, chips, and crisps could pose a cancer risk.
After 9am, we'll be getting tips on how to avoid the risk from Guy Poppy from the Food
"23.01.2017 07:45:00" Timeline Photos Do the Channel Islands need more immigrants? All this week we'll be comparing population management policies in Guernsey and Jersey.
Jersey's Assistant Chief Minister Senator Paul Routier says there aren't enough locally qualified people to do all the
"23.01.2017 06:30:24" Timeline Photos Were you scraping ice off your car this morning? Here's how the rest of the day's weather is looking...
A few icy surfaces at first this morning. Then fair or fine and mainly sunny. A ground frost and the risk of an air frost overnight.
"22.01.2017 21:00:04" Timeline Photos The road layout may change at the bottom of the Val Des Terres due to the new development.
A St Peter Port constable says that if plans are approved there'll be "a detrimental effect on the starting point for the hill climb".
Dennis Le Moignan will
"22.01.2017 19:00:01" Timeline Photos How important is a proper family meal to you?
Are family dinners around the dining room table a thing of the past, or do you insist on them?
A new survey says seven out of ten adults eat whilst they're watching TV or looking at their mobile device. Let
"22.01.2017 12:41:46" Here's the playlist from this morning's 'Classical Choice' with Fiona Le Tissier:
Holst: 'Jig' from 'St Paul's Suite'
Kabalevsky: 'Prologue' from 'The Comedians'
Vivaldi: 'Largo' from Recorder Concerto in C
Bizet: 'Farandole' from 'L'Arlesienne Suite No.
"22.01.2017 10:03:38" Timeline Photos Get your questions in for our Sunday #PhoneIn, starting now, as deputies Emilie Yerby & Charles Parkinson join Jenny Kendall-Tobias. Call 200373.
Emilie Yerby is the president of the Overseas Aid & Development Commission and Charles Parkinson is
"22.01.2017 07:23:43" Timeline Photos Today's weather: A few icy surfaces until mid-morning. Mainly sunny and hazy. Fair or fine overnight.
Max temperature 5 °C / min temperature 0 °C.
A ground frost and the risk of an air frost overnight.
Visibility: Moderate, occasionally poor this
"21.01.2017 14:03:09" Should The States of Guernsey be investing more of its reserves in the local economy, rather than in overseas markets? It's something business leaders are calling for and the Policy and Resources Committee says it's looking into it....
"21.01.2017 10:01:13" BBC Radio Guernsey's cover photo Sunrise over Sark and Herm this morning...
"21.01.2017 06:55:18" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Some icy surfaces until mid-morning. Fair or sunny periods.
Visibility is moderate to good.
Wind: Southeasterly light F2 to 3.
"20.01.2017 17:10:00" Photos from BBC Radio Guernsey's post Alderney girls Daisy Doardo & Kate Pond are in New York to watch Donald J. Trump's inauguration on the big screen. We'll be speaking to them on our drive programme after 5pm...
"20.01.2017 15:52:58" The last coin has been removed from the largest Celtic coin hoard to have ever been found.
The collection - thought to date from about 30-50 BC - was found in Jersey by two metal detector
"20.01.2017 13:47:33" How do you remove 70,000 coins from the largest Celtic coin hoard to have ever been found?
"20.01.2017 07:43:59" Timeline Photos There are calls for more to be done to get female students in Guernsey studying male-dominated subjects.
John Semenowicz, who's been teaching engineering at the Guernsey College of Further Education for 12 years, says he is consistently seeing 2 females
"20.01.2017 06:10:58" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Fine and sunny. Becoming rather cloudy overnight.
Visibility is good, perhaps occasionally moderate.
Wind: Easterly moderate F4 to fresh F5, veering southeast light F2 to 3 overnight.
"19.01.2017 21:00:31" Do you remember what used to be in St Saviours Valley before it became the reservoir?
The water level is now so low that it may be revealing some of the secrets of its past.
Post your memories here.
"19.01.2017 19:15:45" Timeline Photos Ever met him? Spoken to him?
What's the closest you've got to Donald Trump? The man who, by 5pm tomorrow, will be the 45th President of the United States...
"19.01.2017 16:06:57" A Guernsey nurse helps a young woman on a train by buying her a ticket. Two weeks and several tweets later Martin Gallagher's act of kindness catches the attention of the national media.
"19.01.2017 14:12:23" Support for people with autism in Guernsey has entered a new era.
The Guernsey Autism Project, or GAP has been launched today as a central hub for the island.
"19.01.2017 09:18:38" "You'll never convince everybody (when it comes to the island's waste strategy)."
That's the view of Mark Dorey, one of the deputies responsible for Guernsey's environment and infrastructure.
This is what he had to say...
"19.01.2017 08:09:58" Timeline Photos States-run care homes are only operating at a three-quarters staffing ratio, with a 15% annual staff turnover rate.
What needs to be done?
On today's breakfast programme, we're hearing from a nursing home matron who describes a year-long struggle to
"19.01.2017 06:05:30" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Mainly sunny. Fair or fine overnight.
Visibility is good.
Wind: East to northeast moderate F4 to fresh F5, increasing fresh F5 to strong F6 late morning, decreasing moderate F4 overnight.
"18.01.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos Should dog walkers be fined for going out without a poo bag?
Would an on-the-spot fixed penalty charge for bagless pooch owners solve the problem of dog mess in the Bailiwick?
Is it still a problem here, or have we cleaned up our act?
"18.01.2017 19:50:44" Structural work at the Little Chapel has revealed that it's in worse condition than originally thought...
"18.01.2017 08:14:44" A local cancer patient says islanders requiring treatment in the UK need more emotional and financial support from the States.
Rosalie Tinsley has set up Facebook support group Buttercup to share her experience and give advice to other islanders.
"18.01.2017 06:44:53" Timeline Photos Behind the scenes at Radio Guernsey. Tyler, Rob and Louise at the Ops desk at breakfast time.
"18.01.2017 06:19:19" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Mainly sunny, then fair overnight.
Visibility is good.
Wind: East to northeast light F3 to moderate F4, increasing moderate F4 to fresh F5 this afternoon, occasionally strong F6 overnight.
"17.01.2017 21:00:00" Timeline Photos Accident blackspots: That's the main subject of JKT's chat with Deputy Barry Brehaut on Wednesday's JKT show.
Which Guernsey roads need improving to make them safer?
"17.01.2017 19:00:00" Should learner drivers have to complete a minimum number of hours behind the wheel before taking their driving test?
It's an idea the UK government is considering and it has the support of at least one Guernsey driving instructor.
"17.01.2017 16:32:09" Timeline Photos Guernsey shouldn't become a slave to its recycling targets, regardless of cost, according to Deputy Peter Roffey.
The waste strategy returns to the States next month, revealing a potential total of £298m over the next 20 years.
Deputy Roffey says
"17.01.2017 11:43:46" Two politicians are urging fellow deputies not to derail their updated strategy which could cost the states £300m.
Under the plans, non-recyclable waste will be exported to Sweden.
They maintain the average cost for households will remain at around
"17.01.2017 08:27:05" Timeline Photos A new airline claims it'll be serving the Channel Islands by this summer.
More here: http://bbc.in/2jrh9EI
Describing itself as an "air taxi service", Guernsey-based Waves, says it'll use a leased fleet of aircraft to connect the islands, planning to
"17.01.2017 06:07:50" Timeline Photos Good morning, today's weather forecast:
Rather cloudy with the risk of a little light rain and mist patches, becoming fair with sunny periods by mid morning.
Visibility is good, occasionally moderate before dawn.
Wind: East light F2 to moderate F4,
"16.01.2017 21:00:01" Timeline Photos Pubs vs coffee shops. Which one gets your vote?
A UK-based survey appears to show the popularity of cafés is increasing, whilst the humble and traditional pub is taking more of a back seat.
Tell us what establishment you prefer.
"16.01.2017 19:00:24" Timeline Photos Guernsey's landfill site at Mont Cuet is expected to be full next year.
Today it's revealed that Guernsey's Waste Strategy could cost nearly £300 million over the next 20 years - and the latest States report admits that it is too late to do anything
"16.01.2017 10:27:28" Timeline Photos This is Poppy the Maltipoo and she lives a life of luxury.
Jo Delbridge, Poppy's owner, lets her sleep in the bed, buys her fancy collars and even has a calendar with pictures of Poppy on.
Do you pamper your pooch? Let us know in the comments...
"16.01.2017 08:41:35" Timeline Photos How much are the St Peter Port Christmas lights worth to you?
Jacqui Robin, the head of the new charity that'll put up the lights this December, says it will cost them at least £45,000.
The costs are no longer covered by rate payers - the charity
"16.01.2017 07:14:13" Timeline Photos Struggling to get on the housing ladder?
Help could be at hand for first time buyers, as a local business has been given the green light to offer 95% mortgages.
Businessman Paul Welch says he wants to offer people in Guernsey similar financial products
"16.01.2017 06:17:48" Timeline Photos Today's weather forecast:
Cloudy with occasional rain or drizzle and mist patches, clearing by tomorrow morning.
Visibility is good, occasionally moderate to poor.
Wind: Northerly light F3 to moderate F4, veering east to southeast light F2
"15.01.2017 19:00:00" Timeline Photos How pampered is your pet?
Do you let them sleep on the bed? Do you get them special food? Maybe they have an expensive collar or perhaps you even buy them a birthday card.
Let us know the lengths you go to in order to make your pets happy and content.
"15.01.2017 17:03:13" Timeline Photos Guernsey businessman Paul Welch has approval from the Financial Services Commission to offer 95% mortgages to first-time buyers. Do you welcome this news and will it kick-start the housing market?