Breaking Bath with Petra Jones

Sunday: 8am - 10am

Bringing you the best of Bath.

There is so much to celebrate about Bath. It overflows with history, opportunity and life. Breaking Bath brings to light the everyday miracles, and the miracle-makers behind them, that make our little corner of the world such a fantastic place to live.

The hours of 8am - 10am every Sunday are dedicated to the hardworking people of Bath; the volunteers, the business owners, the charities and you: the Bathonian that makes the big difference.

Between snippets of the weeks' news, Breaking Bath also features some of the smoothest Sunday morning music around.

So, make yourself a cup of tea, tune in, and hear the city you live in come to life.

Local Charity Mentoring Plus, supporting vulnerable young people in the area calls out to places in Bath such as the Roman Baths and the new Bath Heritage Centre in an appeal to get involved in any projects they may have coming up.

Local Charity Mentoring Plus, supporting vulnerable young people in the area calls out to places in Bath such as the Roman Baths and the new Bath Heritage Centre in an appeal to get involved in any projects they may have coming up.

Local hairdresser Karen Silk, a Bath Life finalist, urges salons throughout Bath and West Wilts to become more eco-conscious, and be careful about how much waste they produce and how it is disposed of.

Local hairdresser Karen Silk, a Bath Life finalist, urges salons throughout Bath and West Wilts to become more eco-conscious, and be careful about how much waste they produce and how it is disposed of.

In response to the tragic murder of George Floyd, Bath Abbey had conducted in-depth research into their monuments, to further understand their colonial past. They have opened their ‘Monuments, Empire and Slavery’ exhibition to shed light on their findings.

In response to the tragic murder of George Floyd, Bath Abbey had conducted in-depth research into their monuments, to further understand their colonial past. They have opened their ‘Monuments, Empire and Slavery’ exhibition to shed light on their findings.

Sing and Sign are encouraging parents to use simple signs with their little ones to encourage communication and expression of needs with babies as young as 4 months old.

Sing and Sign are encouraging parents to use simple signs with their little ones to encourage communication and expression of needs with babies as young as 4 months old.

A group of passionate gardeners local to Batheaston have far exceeded the expectations of their small project set up during the first lockdown, Grow Batheaston – a committee dedicated to creating a greener local area.

A group of passionate gardeners local to Batheaston have far exceeded the expectations of their small project set up during the first lockdown, Grow Batheaston – a committee dedicated to creating a greener local area.

Deputy Director of nursing and midwifery Sarah Merit at the Royal United Hospital urges people to continue to follow the guidelines in order for the hospital to recover from the pandemic and return to normal.

Deputy Director of nursing and midwifery Sarah Merit at the Royal United Hospital urges people to continue to follow the guidelines in order for the hospital to recover from the pandemic and return to normal.

‘Share and Repair’ To Start Home Kit To Donate Appliances To Those In Need.

‘Share and Repair’ To Start Home Kit To Donate Appliances To Those In Need.

‘Bathscape’ have Teamed Up With Bath Mind To Provide Walks To Improve Mental Health.

‘Bathscape’ have Teamed Up With Bath Mind To Provide Walks To Improve Mental Health.

The Bath Half marathon, the city’s largest charity fundraising event postponed for a second time running.

The Bath Half marathon, the city’s largest charity fundraising event postponed for a second time running.

Local resident, Amie Macnabjack, speaks to primary school pupils about how to start a business after creating a sense of community for mums and local people in the area during the cold winter months of lockdown with her brand new business – Sips and Slides.

Local resident, Amie Macnabjack, speaks to primary school pupils about how to start a business after creating a sense of community for mums and local people in the area during the cold winter months of lockdown with her brand new business – Sips and Slides.

First Bus donated to the children at St. Michael’s Junior Church School for play use utterly destroyed by vandals over the bank holiday weekend. Headteacher – Claire Greene tells us more.

First Bus donated to the children at St. Michael’s Junior Church School for play use utterly destroyed by vandals over the bank holiday weekend. Headteacher – Claire Greene tells us more.

Vegmead Community Garden in Bath

Vegmead Community Garden in Bath

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