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Paul Presents is local interviews, with people from the West Berkshire Community.

 Paul has been broadcasting for 40 years and despite the challenges being disabled may cause, he has continued his love of broadcasting and produces a popular weekly podcast. People from across West Berkshire have shared their memories and achievements within the West Berkshire Community- something we can all be proud of as a community together.

Karl Hansen is the Director of the Trust for Sustainable Living that runs The Living rainforest in Hampstead Norreys. Karl has travelled the world and worked with many organisations for sustainable development and believes the power of education is needed to help transform societies and build a more sustainable future.

The Trust for Sustainable Living is a global educational charity with the aim of helping the next generation to achieve a sustainable future.

Paul Presents Archives | West Berkshire Villagers

green and brown trees
person holding brown wooden barrel
woman in white shirt playing brown electric guitar
close up portrait of lion
woman in red dress sitting on a wooden bench
person writing on notebook
group of people sitting on chair on stage
senior man drinking hot beverage while sitting at table with books
blur breakfast chef cooking
girl in pink shirt sitting beside girl in white shirt
adult chocolate labrador retriever lying on brown and white striped textile
diligent small girl drawing on paper in light living room at home
shallow focus photography of waffle on plate
surgeons performing surgery
person making pottery in room
faceless man adding grated cheese on pasta sitting at table with wife at home
closeup photo of sprout
music sheet showing musical notes
crop cyber spy hacking system while typing on laptop
person holding film strip
food coffee bar drinks
landscape photo of forest
crop female florist making bow on fresh flower christmas bouquet
selective focus photo of bottle with cork lid
lawyers posing for a photo
blue and white boat on body of water
close up of gear shift over black background
flat screen television
crop cyber spy hacking system while typing on laptop
aluminum audio chrome close up
clear wine glass with liquid in focus photography
woman in brown coat looking out the window
lake and mountain
jesus christ glass painting
horse track magazine race
woman in gray tank top while sitting on bed
happy man sitting with laptop and juice in park
joyful adult daughter greeting happy surprised senior mother in garden
crop nurse in mask and gloves with papers
woman pouring tea into cups for tea ceremony
gold number two balloon and disco ball on the floor
garden agriculture farm ground
rewrite edit text on a typewriter
cheerful senior mother and adult daughter using smartphone together
surgeons performing surgery
wheat spikes in countryside field in summer
black teacher with smart kids in classroom
close up photo of a bed of white flowers
silver gold musical instrument
photo of woman singing in music studio
crop cyber spy hacking system while typing on laptop
interior of cafe with open kitchen after cleaning
tears on face of crop anonymous woman
clear body of water between yellow and green leaved trees
men on horses
scam alert letting text on black background
flat lay photography of slice of meat on top of chopping board sprinkled with ground peppercorns
Roger teal horses
people walking on street
fashion man love people
powerful wavy ocean washing picturesque coast with trees
woman smiling while using her smartphone
group of people wearing face mask
crop anonymous businessman drinking tea with cookies in cafe
man sitting on boat

Listen to David Seaward

Schools and NHS could be held accountable over youth crime-
Last week, the Home Secretary wanted to make it a legal duty to report concerns over at-risk young people. Teachers, NHS workers and police officers in England and Wales could be held accountable for failing to spot violent crime among young people under the government plans.
David Seward CEO of Berkshire Youth talks to Paul Presents about the issues the youth in West Berkshire face today and how to support them in turning away from the temptation of organised gangs, towards the developing clubs and projects supported by Berkshire Youth,
by working with the communities throughout West Berkshire.