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Welcome to the debut season of the Woodland Trust podcast, 'Woodland Walks'. We'll be exploring some of the greatest woods, forests and sites in the Woodland Trust estate. Join our host, Adam Shaw, as we discover the stories and characters that make each of our woods so very special. We’ll explore awe-inspiring ancient woodland and get lost together in the rich habitats that support our native wildlife. We'll meet the site managers and the magnificent volunteers who protect woods and plant t ...
 
Ever wondered what happens when you fill a cello with bees? Or how robins have successfully colonised the outer-reaches of our universe? Or why the world is destined to be populated purely by female turtles? This podcast celebrates nature and the stories of those who care deeply for it. Join artist, actor and Woodland Trust & Wildlife Trusts ambassador David Oakes, for a series of informal, relaxed conversations with artists, scientists, creatives and environmentalists as they celebrate the ...
 
Trustee and ecologist Steve Roe talks to the experts as well as local heroes to bring you the stories from the bat conservation movement. Designed for both Bat Conservation Trust members and the wider bat conservation community, Series 2 had episodes released every second Wednesday from autumn 2020 all the way through to the spring of 2021. Series 3 is coming later in the year. Bats are magical but misunderstood mammals. At the Bat Conservation Trust we have a vision of a world rich in wildl ...
 
Unique Loft Worship community content from the Loft worship team. Loft Church is known for its relevant, biblical teaching on faith and culture. Got questions? We will explore the answers together through conversations centered on in-depth discussions of sermons, theology, community, and everything in between. Grab a seat, tune in, and join the Loft team as we bring our living room to yours. Have questions for upcoming episodes? Send them to us at theloftchurch@twumc.org or connect with us o ...
 
FULL CIRCLE is hosted by Jerry Bryant who pioneered one of the earliest and longest-running Jesus Music syndications, the Jesus Solid Rock Radio Show, heard on over 100 radio stations. Jerry was a part of the early Jesus Movement of the 70s! His Jesus Solid Rock concerts in Carbondale, Illinois helped to usher in early CCM to the Mid-West. In 1978, Jerry became pastor of the Last Days community in Woodland Hills, CA. with Keith and Melody Green and later moved to Lindale, TX., to work with t ...
 
Podcast from the Safer Corby Team at Corby Borough Council (North Northants Council from 01/04/2021). Tune in to hear how our partner organisations are making Corby a safer place to live, and find out how to support our awareness campaigns. Interviews cover a range of Community Safety & Neighbourhood issues such as; Anti-Social behaviour, Domestic Abuse, Sexual Abuse, County Lines (drug trafficking and exploitation of young/vulnerable people), Knife Crime, Internet Safety, Alcohol, Family Sa ...
 
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In this episode, Rob and Daniel discuss the formation, reliability, and nature of the Bible. They talk about what it means to trust the Bible, how it was formed, and sources outside the Bible that attest to its trustworthiness. If you have ever doubted or been skeptical about the Bible, you’ll love the second part of this series on The Good Book.…
 
Sarah Shorley is the Urban Projects Officer for the Woodland Trust, and in this soundbite she delivers her dream scenario for Sheffield in the wake of the tree removals which is discussed in the full episode out this friday May 28th. Inspired by community activism for trees in her home city of Sheffield, Sarah joined the Woodland Trust in 2018 to l…
 
Author and illustrator of How to Train Your Dragon and The Wizards of Once, Cressida Cowell is also the current Waterstones Children’s Laureate. As we get lost in London's Kensington Gardens, she tells us of her passion for trees and nature, reminisces about the wild childhood trips that inspire her stories and praises the power of hope and imagina…
 
After 5 years as a Forest Manager and another year as Carbon Project Manager with Tilhill, Andy recently joined the Woodland Carbon Code (WCC) team as their Woodland Carbon Markets Advisor. During his time at Tilhill he represented the ICF on the WCC Advisory Board, after achieving his professional membership in 2019. Working with landowners, inves…
 
CapRadio Reporter Sarah Mizes-Tan shares a live look at Sacramento on the morning of California’s official reopening. California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly also answers questions about the state’s reopening and plans going forward. Author Edward Slingerland discusses his new book “DRUNK: How we sipped, danced, and stumbled o…
 
Our twentieth and twenty-first trees, the Wild Cherry (Prunus avium) and the Bird Cherry (Prunus padus). Yes, you knew cherries are tasty, but did you know they’re so delectable that they have their own bodyguards? Yes, you know about the Japanese cherry blossom front, but did you also know that cherry blossom adorned the fuselage of kamikaze pilot…
 
This year, June 19 will mark the 156th anniversary of Juneteenth, commemorating the day slavery was ended in Texas in 1865; we discuss the significance and how it highlights the dearth of Black history education in the U.S. A sociology professor at UCLA also walks us through the ins and outs of body shaming after a Florida high school altered yearb…
 
Peter Wohlleben is a German forester and author who writes on ecological themes in popular language. He is the author of the New York Times Bestseller The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate, published by Greystone Publishing which was translated from German into English in 2016. His new book, The Heartbeat of Trees, is out i…
 
The confusion and frustration over California’s workplace masking and distancing protocols reached a new level at Cal/OSHA’s emergency meeting last night; we get the latest on the rules and when they may go into effect. Plus, as the state plans to reopen, the challenges still facing the Lake Tahoe area, including the employment crisis in nearby Ren…
 
Peter Wohlleben is a German forester and author who writes on ecological themes in popular language. He is the author of the New York Times Bestseller The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate, published by Greystone Publishing which was translated from German into English in 2016. His new book, The Heartbeat of Trees, is out i…
 
As temperatures continue to rise, we talk with the California Independent System Operator, which manages 80% of the state’s electricity, about how they’re preparing the power grid for heatwaves and possible blackouts. Plus, a look at what it will take to get California’s energy supply to be carbon-free by 2045 and new workplace guidelines from Cal/…
 
UC Berkeley Political Science Professor Ron Hassner joins us from Tel Aviv to explain the latest developments surrounding the conflict between Israel and Palestinian territories. Woodland Memorial Hospital nurses show us their mobile vaccine clinic, reaching out to vulnerable populations unlikely or unable to access traditional vaccination sites. P…
 
Our nineteenth tree, Blackthorn (Prunus spinosa). As one of the first trees of our Rose family (the Rosaceae), this tree - when it blossoms in early February - is unsurprisingly beautiful to behold! But beneath the blossom lies black magic, butchery, even beastiality, and lots and lots of sloe-based boooooze! Brimming with folklore and mystery, and…
 
Laura Shaw talks to Rebecca Jenkins, Corby Woodland Manager at North Northants Council about the opportunities to get involved in protecting our green spaces. The Covid pandemic has also helped remind us how important these spaces are. The Friends of Groups, Corby Wombles, and other brilliant residents are caring for our woodlands, wildlife and the…
 
Laura Shaw talks with Alan Simpson from Community Alcohol Partnerships (Community Interest Company) about our partnership work in Corby that has made a real difference in reducing alcohol harm. Listen in to find out how we've used creative solutions to continue our work through the Covid pandemic, and even won an award for Excellence and Education …
 
June is Pride Month, and for Sacramento, that usually means tens of thousands of people gathering for the annual Pride March and Festival. But the pandemic has canceled in-person events for the second year in a row, as the LGBTQ+ community continues to grapple with the fallout from COVID-19; we examine the issue, what it looks like in Sacramento, a…
 
In response to the accelerated pace at which businesses are examining and setting net-zero targets to help alleviate the climate crisis, edie has launched a new spin-off of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next, we speak to Childbase Partnership's health, safety and environment director, Mark Bird.…
 
Richard Nairn is an environmental scientist and naturalist with a lifetime of experience in applied ecology, conservation and learning from the wild world around him. Having recently purchased a piece of ancient native woodland in County Wicklow, Ireland, here Richard shares the lessons these woods have taught him. From the importance of woodland m…
 
In our final interview with the candidates for State Senate District 6, former California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones joins the show. Gender pronouns also appear everywhere in our culture, but they’re not new; we examine how and why they’re playing a more prevalent role in the workplace. Plus, the history behind one of the most beloved pit st…
 
A bipartisan group of lawmakers asked the Attorney General’s office to issue a probe into PG&E’s Fire Victim Trust meant to compensate wildfire survivors; we talk with the reporter who investigated the handling of the funds. Plus, a Woodland robotics team made it to the semi-finals of a national competition and the students behind the project expla…
 
The country's political landscape continues to evolve under the Biden Administration amid party clashes, new pieces of major legislation, and much more; ‌'Political‌ ‌Junkie' ‌‌Ken‌ ‌Rudin‌‌ helps us make sense of it all. America's college financial-aid system has also helped millions of students obtain a post-secondary education, but continuous hi…
 
Our seventeenth and eighteenth trees, the White (Populus alba) and Grey (Populus x canescens) Poplars. As our two native Poplars - the Black and the Aspen - are becoming increasingly rare on the British Isles, I’ve treated myself to a couple of bonus trees that are relatively common here, but not strictly native species - for, as I'm sure you're al…
 
Some classic Jesus music, including: Look At The Son – Richie Furay, Psalm 5 – Bill Sprouse, We’ll See – Richie Furay Band, Mighty Maker – Richie Furay Band, Promise Of Love – Richie Furay, Seasons Of Change – Richie Furay, Someone Who Cares – Richie Furay, In My Father’s House – Richie Furay, Yellow Moon Rising – Richie Furay, My Lord And My God –…
 
In episode 102 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast, which is kindly sponsored by the Woodland Trust, edie's senior reporter Sarah George explores whether a green recovery is possible for the UK's retail sector after three national Covid-19 lockdowns. To help answer this big question are our three guests for this episode: The British Retail …
 
Before, during and after views of the situation that faced, and still is facing the people and the council of Sheffield, after the felling of five and a half thousand trees from 2017. Featuring:- Christine King – STAG – on the Street Tree Partnership - website features the timeline of events that took place. Darren Butt - Sheffield Street Tree Stra…
 
Sacramento City Council Member Eric Guerra wants to be California’s next State Senator; we talk with him about his run for District 6 in our latest series of interviews with candidates. California’s arts community is also hemorrhaging from the pandemic, and there’s a growing discussion about what it’ll take to get the industry back on its feet fina…
 
Our sixteenth tree, the Aspen (Populus tremula) is a gentle giant. Beautiful long leaf stalks keep the foliage fluttering in the wind and folklore galore alive in our jaw; whilst a secret that lies beneath the soil means these trees one day might dominate the globe (sort of… their cousin is the largest organism on the planet!) And, despite LOVING b…
 
Anna Parkin talks here about the nature recovery plan in collaboration with Sheffield Green Parents and Kids Plant Trees have been joined by Rotherham Wildlife Trust, Sheffield Greenpeace, Sheffield Climate Alliance, The Diocese of Sheffield, Sheffield Friends of the Earth and more to declare a Nature Emergency for Sheffield. Get involved on your s…
 
Our fifteenth tree (and don’t go fearing you’ve missed a few episodes, our last episode just included a bumper crop of Willows), the Black Poplar (Populus nigra), is one of my very favourites species - but unfortunately increasingly rare. It plays a role - according to the Greek Myth - into why we have the climate we have, its wood is fire resistan…
 
In this episode of the Loft Living Room Podcast, Rob and Daniel sit down to discuss the most influential book in history, the Bible. They discuss its composition, purpose, and talk through practical tips on how to faithfully engage the Scriptures. Whether you’re brand new to the Bible, a lifelong student of God’s Word, or even if you’re skeptical o…
 
It all happens in a virtual coffee shop. Michelle Ryan, Chair of the Arboricultural Association, has created a Women in Arb group, and for this episode, Sharon has joined her and a group of ladies in the profession to discuss everything from a woman's point of view. If you're looking to get into this profession, this is a fascinating insight from p…
 
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