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This podcast's for anyone wanting to explore the big issues, stretching your thinking in relatable ways. Well known personalities, Stuart ‘The Wildman’ Mabbutt and photographer William Mankelow, who aren't experts, but have opinions, authentic views and no scripts. Join them on meandering conversations about nature, philosophy, climate, the human condition, sustainability, and social justice. Sometimes joined by guests, or discussing listener questions between themselves. Always full of fun ...
 
A food and farming podcast helping to provide a connection to food produced in the UK and how to make tasty meals. We'll meet food producers from across the country and explore why they love producing food for our table. There will also be some easy recipe ideas for mealtime inspiration, as well as some top tips and time-saving hacks. Inspired by the No Fuss Meals for Busy Parents Blog https://nofussmealsforbusyparentsfood.wpcomstaging.com/ I'm your host Milly Fyfe, Mum of two young boys, fa ...
 
Hosted in the horse box - Kate and Claire travel the countryside chatting to inspiring people about wildlife, farming and field sports - while you relax at home! Fed up with celebrity culture? Join us as we listen to the hidden stories behind the banjo-playing farrier and the recently retired racecourse executive, who ran two of Englands premier racecourses. So here we go ...... load the lorry, rev the engine and enjoy the ride! Contact us on fromthehorsebox@gmail.com we would love any feedb ...
 
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The world is so much more than what we know, and only through understanding it better can we make informed decisions. This podcast aims to bring impactful, entertaining and insightful conversations from a global array of guests. Some famous, some you won’t have heard of. From famous explorers, to renowned scientists and just good people, all have a story to tell which we can take something from. Topics are wide ranging, with a backbone centred on conservation, including hunting, fishing, exp ...
 
(Formerly the Darkness Prevails Podcast) Host Darkness Prevails brings you Unexplained Encounters, a podcast where everyday folk share their most terrifying and unexplained experiences. From mysterious creatures seen in national forests to supernatural events disrupting peoples' lives, prepare to explore the unexplained. These stories might sound bizarre, but it's up to you to decide which to believe. Submit your story to Unexplained Encounters at darkstories.org
 
Are you struggling to find good listening material for learning Chinese? Are you tired of robotic and boring textbook audio? Chillchat is the answer for you! Our podcasts not only cover vocabulary and grammar, but we also talk about culture, trends, and other useful topics. With our fun and relaxing conversations, Chinese learning is a breeze! You can DOWNLOAD the transcript + study material at: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chillingchinese
 
#Reaseheath100 is a legacy podcast that delves into the archives of Reaseheath College, Cheshire’s leading land-based education establishment set in acres of beautiful countryside on the edge of Nantwich. Each episode a member of the student or staff alumni will be interviewed about their memories of life at Reaseheath. If you would like to be feature, please contact alumni@reaseheath.ac.uk
 
Follow author Nick Corble as he sets about walking an ambitious new route slicing through the heart of England at a 45 degree angle to find out what makes England tick. Listen as he plans and researches the route, and then as he sets about walking it, and get behind the scenes of the writing of a new travel book. Of interest to walkers, writers and travellers - whether actual or armchair. Take Nick up on his offer to 'Walk With Me', either virtually using any of the social media channels he ...
 
Trouble sleeping? Want to fall asleep and stay asleep? Then this podcast is for you. Well-produced music and a calming voice will help you drift off to sleep in no time. It isn't just fairy tales it's also stories from famous authors around the world plus delta wave music, proven to help relax the brain quickly. The two together are the most effective way to help you drift off. No loud noises, no ads, no disruptions, great for all ages. Give it a try and wake up tomorrow rested. You got this ...
 
The Our Nature Podcast explores the methods, systems and practices that bring us into greater harmony and alignment with the natural world. This is not a wellness podcast, but a podcast about how to live and be well. Join Alyssa Benjamin, a back-to-nature guide, as she speaks with experts from a variety of fields about how we can align our lives with the rhythms and cycles of nature. The opportunity to live a more joyful and harmonious existence is available to each of us right in this very ...
 
Podcasts about the joy of walking an official long distance path (LDP) in the UK. From the planning and scheduling to the discovery of some hidden treats and secrets about the British countryside. I'm planning to walk a self-contained LDP in each of the 38 English Counties. Oxfordshire, Essex and Bucks have already been walked. The first series of this podcast covers the Warwickshire (Centenary) Way walked in 2021 and series 2 covers the Worcestershire Way. So 'walk this way' as you discover ...
 
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“Who sets the agenda in social justice issues?” Stuart and William are not shy of tackling the big questions, and they don't come bigger than the type of question above, which was sent in by Heather in Ablington, Wiltshire, England. This question sparked a discussion around having a lot of privilege, particularly if you're unaware of that privilege…
 
You can ACCESS the【study material+transcript】at 👉🔗 https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chillingchinese 🌟Try FREE Sample study material here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LYjO02naTBRjk0-tm-ohznHrIlns4-nlc8LtRx1nLkM/edit?usp=sharing If you enjoy Chillchat and want to use them as a more comprehensive study material, consider becoming our monthly membe…
 
Presenter Milly Fyfe talks to first time farmer, Sophie Gregory an organic Arla dairy farmer from the South West. Join us as we chat about juggling family life, running a business and how to cook some super tasty meals that everyone can enjoy. 27:50 Time Saving Hack - Roast Dinner Soup You can follow Sophie here: https://www.instagram.com/farmer_in…
 
Pale crawlers resembling the rake creepypasta and terrifying things lying in wait just outside the door - These things and more make up today's episode! Enjoy these allegedly true horror stories of the unexplained. Join EERIECAST PLUS to unlock ad-free episodes and support this show! (Will still contain some host-read sponsorships) https://www.eeri…
 
Many farms and small towns are looking for ways to retain and attract the next generation of farm and small business owners and a workforce that can keep rural and agricultural communities alive. But how do you make that happen? Here’s a way some towns and cities are doing just that and you could replicate it where you live. See omnystudio.com/list…
 
Season 5 – Gap Year: UKEpisode 6 (Full episode)Did you know that you have access to private property across the English countryside? Everyone does! Public footpaths give hikers access through beautiful pastures and small villages. In this episode, Jamin and Hilarie travel down footpaths that take them through several charming communities: Stow-in-t…
 
A pub owner and other rural businesses give their reaction to the Energy Bill Relief Scheme. Meanwhile people living in homes in the countryside relying on heating oil fear for the future. And King Charles, will his views on farming and the countryside be so publicly aired now he has ascended to the throne?Presenter: Caz GrahamProducer: Alun BeachE…
 
Narrator: Gwen Carter 🇺🇸 Writer: Christa ✍️ Sound design: car driving, indicator 🚗 Welcome back, sleepyheads. Tonight, we join Ana, a city girl who is visiting a countryside town for the day. We’ll follow along as she goes on a drive before wandering through the quaint downtown and visiting a lush sunflower field.. 😴 👀 Watch, listen and comment on …
 
This special episode of the Farmers Weekly Podcast is dedicated in its entirety to the life of Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away on 8 September 2022. In a series of specially recorded interviews for Farmers Weekly, farmers recall the times they met the Queen and her in-depth knowledge of agriculture. Farmers reflect on the Queen's ability to put …
 
It’s the HistoryExtra podcast’s 15th birthday, and to celebrate, we’ve asked 15 historians to nominate a figure from history they think deserves their ‘15 minutes of fame’. In this episode, Professor Margaret MacMillan nominates Babur. Speaking with Matt Elton, she considers the life and legacy of the 15th-century leader, who founded the Mughal emp…
 
Natalie Rhea is a writer, film-maker and photographer who has spent the last few years exploring the great outdoors through her connection with food, and that has led her to both hunting and fishing. In this episode, she recounts her first foray into the world of turkey hunting in a story presented by Duckcamp and published in Modern Huntsman volum…
 
This week, with the UK money markets in turmoil – we examine the impact of the government's 'mini-budget' on your farm business. As Defra confirms it is "rapidly reviewing" its flagship Environmental Land Management scheme – we ask: what is the future for ELMs? We meet the dairy farmer making bokashi – fermenting muck and slurry to retain more nutr…
 
Sign up for Intelligence Squared Premium here: https://iq2premium.supercast.com/ for ad-free listening, bonus content, early access and much more. See below for details. In this episode we take a look back to an Intelligence Squared debate recorded in 2009. As the British economy has been plunged into uncertainty in the past week, many have become …
 
Who joined the Knights Templar? When not waging war, what did they get up to on a day-to-day basis? And how did they become associated with the Holy Grail? In this “Everything you wanted to know” episode, Emily Briffett speaks with Helen Nicholson to uncover the answers to your top questions about the crusading military order. Hosted on Acast. See …
 
Russian men have been flooding across the border to escape Vladimir Putin's military draft. Around 10,000 Russian citizens have been entering the republic of Georgia daily since the call-up was announced. Rayhan Demytrie has spoken to Russians crossing the border.As protests continue across Iran, following the death in custody of a young woman afte…
 
This week farmers in England have been dominated by speculation that the Government may be about to ditch payments for environmental work and revert to money per hectare.As Defra tries to clarifies its "rapid review" of farming policy, we discuss what farmers and environmentalists want to see, to make it all work better.Presented by Charlotte Smith…
 
Can advertising’s immense power to change behaviour be used for good? In this brand new podcast, produced by Intelligence Squared, Myra Nussbaum, President and Chief Creative Officer at Havas Chicago and Dan Lucey, Chief Creative Officer at Havas New York, talk to the people who are harnessing the power of advertising to help people and the planet.…
 
So I’ll share a little story about this show. I’ve been doing it 26 years and I travel to all the places we feature. I do use the map on my phone to help navigate, but I’m old school, still regularly relying on a road atlas. In fact, I keep a couple of atlases next to my desk and one in my vehicle and buy new ones each year. Perhaps I should thank …
 
The Scottish Government wants to create a 'bespoke rural visa' to allow remote communities - and farms - to attract people from abroad to work, but it needs the Westminster Government’s approval, Charlotte hears from a Scottish minister. One of the newest English vineyards has just opened in Suffolk, Catherine Scarff left a job in the music industr…
 
Henrietta Harrison discusses her Cundill Prize-shortlisted book on the interpreters who took on the dangerous task of communicating between the British empire and Qing China. Speaking to Ellie Cawthorne, she explores the extraordinary life stories of two key translators, and reveals how their work shaped the course of British-Chinese relations in t…
 
Liz Parkin continues her interviews at the 2022 Presentation of Awards at Reaseheath College. Declan's tutor Cath Pilsbury starts by telling Liz how wonderful it has been to teach Declan who has been at Reaseheath for three years and began as a very shy teenager. Hear about Declan's fantastic story about how he has overcome some huge challenges in …
 
Closely following on from episode 38, Liz speaks to Lexi, daughter of Jill who graduated from the Access to Higher Education course in 2022. Lexi talks about how happy she was to receive the Outstanding Student of the Year award at the Reaseheath College Presentation of Awards service. Lexi and her mum Jill talk about how beneficial the course has …
 
Liz Parkin met mother and daughter who did the same Access to Higher Education course 12 years apart. Jill talks about how the course helped her to meet lots of new people, improve her skills and re-learn how to study again. Liz also spoke to Jayne, course leader who remembers teaching Jill, and more recently her daughter Lexi who is featured in th…
 
Brazilians will vote in the first round of presidential elections on Sunday. The front-runner is former leftist president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva – currently, polls suggest he has a healthy lead over the incumbent far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro. Political observers say these will be the most closely watched elections since Brazil returned to…
 
More bird flu outbreaks and more restrictions. 64,000 turkeys are being culled in the latest outbreak, this time in Norfolk. The Government says it's going to relax planning laws about where on-shore wind farms can be built, but some rural councils are not sure they want them.All week we're looking at UK wine. Most is English, but there are about f…
 
What can the life of one woman reveal about the experience of Jews in medieval England? Following the unveiling of a statue of Licoricia of Winchester earlier this year, Professor Miri Rubin, Dr Dean Irwin and Dr Toni Griffiths piece together the story of this powerful Jewish businesswoman who was at the heart of medieval England’s financial affair…
 
Sign up for Intelligence Squared Premium here: https://iq2premium.supercast.com/ for ad-free listening, bonus content, early access and much more. See below for details. Humans have been on the move for most of history. Even after the great urban advancement lured people into the cities of Uruk, Babylon, Rome and Chang’an, most of humanity continue…
 
Narrator: Nicky Branagh-Schmidt 🇬🇧 Writer: Sara ✍️ Sound design: creaky cottage door, countryside ambience 🏡🐑 Welcome back, sleepyheads. Tonight we'll be journeying through a wooded valley on the edge of Bodmin Moor in the north of Cornwall in England. This is a special valley, where not everything is as it seems. 😴 Watch, listen and comment on thi…
 
Following on from Level 3 Business graduate Libby Bulkeley, Liz Parkin speaks with her Dad Ian about his memories of life as an agric student at Reaseheath in the 1980s and the big changes he has witnessed since. Ian also talks about his lifelong involvement in Cheshire Young Farmers and the Nantwich club. In April 2022 Ian and two friends Garry Wa…
 
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