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This show is (mostly) a bi-weekly podcast that explores the likely repertoire of eighteenth and early nineteenth century bagpipers, using historic music collections (written for bagpipes or not), performed on Uilleann pipes, Highland pipes and whistles. Every episodes notes include links to the historic sheet music when available. For information about my Albums Oyster Wives Rant, and Pay the Pipemaker go here: https://www.wetootwaag.com/albums For information about Jeremy and the instrument ...
 
Shrub Nuts is the brainchild of Bryan Murphy, Ben Leddick, and John Kuhn. This weekly podcast features news stories, online suggestions, and personal conversations that inspire fully improvised scenes during this one-hour show. Shrub Nuts is recorded as "one take", and completely unedited.
 
Loving Your Garden is a Facebook Group set up by broadcaster Rod Whiting during the very first lockdown in April 2020. It has quickly grown to more than twenty thousand passionate and inspiring gardeners, thanks in no small part to knowledgeable and expert members like John Stirland. John has more than fifty years of experience in horticulture and you can now access his knowledge and that of our members as we link our podcast to LYG’s weekly live feed. Each week, we’ll discuss the jobs to be ...
 
A casual conversation about gardening in the Midwest with Toledo's Garden Guy, Mike O'Rourke and Rookie Gardener, Scott Sandstrom. Mike interviews various guests, from experts to local DIY gardeners in a relaxed conversation. While Scott keeps the subjects down to the weekend warrior level. We hope you enjoy each podcast episode, as even the most basic topics can reveal a surprise tip or hint you may not know about! Your Midwest Garden is sponsored by Black Diamond Nursery & Lawn Service. Se ...
 
Kate certified as a Master Gardener in Virginia in 2001 and has continued to be active in 6 states. She is currently active in Ocean County, NJ where she tends a community garden and shrub area as well as hot line duty. She is also a popular regional speaker. As a garden writer Kate has written for local and regional newspapers and magazine as well as online sites. Kate hosted the America's Home Grown Veggie Show for over 5 years, before taken over the Master Gardener Hour. You can find out ...
 
Join Logan's Garden Shop (or Logan Trading Company. or simply just "Logan's") for a gardening podcast that goes beyond the planting and digs deep into YOUR love of gardening. Hosted by celebrated teacher, speaker, and horticulturist, Bryce Lane.Bryce discovered his passion for plants and telling others about them while working at a small Massachusetts garden center throughout high school and college. After earning his BS and MS in Horticulture, he came to the Department of Horticultural Scie ...
 
Podcast page for our Saturday morning radio broadcast. Hour #1 is the ”Outdoor Living Hour” a rotation of hosts in agriculture, arbor care, gardening & urban farming. Hour #2 is the ”On The House Hour” covering one element on your home. Hour #3 is the ”Open Home Hour” driven via live call-ins, texts & emails. Additional resources & Maintenance App at www.RosieOnTheHouse.com.
 
Welcome to "Grow, cook, eat, arrange" the brand new podcast by gardeners Sarah Raven and Arthur Parkinson, who've worked together for nearly ten years at the beautiful Perch Hill Farm in the South of England. Sarah loves gardening in general but growing produce both food and flowers is the part she loves the most. She also loves to cook straight forward garden-picked food every day with the minimal amount of ingredients and palava but the greatest amount of taste! Arthur is Sarah's florist w ...
 
Welcome to ‘Planted: Finding your roots in STEM careers,’ we are here to introduce you to some professionals that have interesting and diverse careers and the journey they took to get there. These plant professionals do everything from teaching people about the natural world, unlocking the secrets of DNA, and traveling the world to save unique species. Explore the journey, by listening to the episode that matches your interest, or mirrors your journey towards a STEM career.
 
The Garden Log is an award winning podcast from Ben Dark, Head Gardener at an English country estate. Episodes begin with a review of events in the flowerbeds, meadows and woodland, before moving on to discuss horticultural matters more generally. Ben is an ever-curious host who does not take himself, his job or gardening too seriously. A half-hour spent in his company is a half-hour spent far away from the myriad concerns of modern life.
 
Practical Homesteading, Agrarianism, and Preparedness Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, rural living, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, hunting and trapping, current events, and more. Weekly shows plus the "Daily Diary episodes" everyday.
 
Follow a former midwest special education teacher's journey into the unknown world of entrepreneurship, where she leaves the classroom to learn the ins and outs to brewing kombucha commercially with the goal to open an inclusive kombucha taproom in her community, which celebrates neurodiversity and provides job training and employment opportunities to adults with disabilities. This is her verbal journal of all she encounters with an open invitation to connect with fellow brewers, teachers, a ...
 
Do you want to bring nature to your backyard, grow food, and help heal our living world? Join Daron Williams—restoration ecologist, permaculture enthusiast, and lifelong gardener—for concrete steps you can take at home to cultivate abundance for people, plants and wildlife. Tune in, grab a shovel, and make the living world around you come alive.
 
The Alcohol-Free Sommelier is a fortnightly look at the world of No & Low alcohol drinks, hosted by Christine Parkinson. Meet the people who create, serve, sell and drink them. Find out the latest news on technology and ingredients, history, market trends and legal issues and of course, the drinks on the shelves right now. If it’s non-alcoholic, it’s here!
 
Hosted by international garden design sensation Jamie Durie and featuring Chef Michel Nischan's James Beard award-winning "Homegrown" cooking segments, The Victory Garden equips viewers with the confidence and inspiration to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty, and live outdoors. With so many Americans aspiring to care for the environment and create their own outdoor living spaces, The Victory Garden's unique fusion of garden design, earth-to-table cooking, and eco-conscious how-to ...
 
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From ground planting to containers, Jay Harper says its the 'most wonderful time of the year' in the low desert to plant citrus, stone fruit and shade trees to establish roots while the ground is still warm. Annuals for beautiful landscape colors. Your choice and care of winter rye lawns, summer bermuda or convert to artificial turf. Even plant or …
 
For 20% off your order at https://www.sarahraven.com/, use the code ‘PODCAST20G’ at checkout before 25th November. While the smaller, delicate beds can often top off a lovely garden, it’s shrubs, trees and climbers which can often add the most architectural structure and a real sense of scale. Some are great for reaching staggering heights, others …
 
Our 'How To' on holiday lights! So many styles, colors and themes for any budget. It just take your imagination. How you get a permit to cut your own Christmas tree in the Tonto National Forest. Arizona Representative John Kavanagh discusses the new laws regarding short term rental owners, renters, municipalities and homeowners in the neighborhoods…
 
We get a lot of different homeowner questions. But we feature five questions that should be asked more often than others. Is it safe to power wash a wood deck? Proper way to apply caulk? Should you replace or refinish cabinets? How to protect yourself from 'gypsy' or traveling contractors who show up at your door? And yes...Rosie makes a killer ste…
 
Farmer Greg's decades of experience growing in the low desert is vast leading to nearly year round gardening in Arizona. From fall to early spring, he details what you can plant for a great harvest from brassicas to tomatoes, peppers and vining crops like melons. Garden placement, hydroponics, water sources, building healthy soil and more keys to g…
 
For 20% off your order at https://www.sarahraven.com/, use the code ‘PODCAST20H’ at checkout before 2nd December. There are certainly many who wish they could have a bustling garden, but lack the time for constant upkeep and maintenance. That’s where self-seeding perennials shine… Achieving a beautiful, long-lasting border doesn’t have to take a wo…
 
Recorded November 21, 2022. George is joined by the single most outspoken voice on fraud in the cryptocurrency market. Bitfinex'ed has been harassed relentlessly for the last five years as he tried to raise the alarm about Tether, Bitfinex, FTX, and the wider cryptocurrency market. Recent events have started to vindicate his effort. George is also …
 
I had the pleasure of a tour around Bardney Manor in Lincolnshire recently courtesy of owner Samantha Wright and discovered a pile of lovely rich soil which she'd had delivered ready to start a very ambitious project - more of which later. Anyway, after further investigation, it transpired that the soil was in fact PlantGrow, a soil improver made u…
 
With plenty of rain forecast and the threat of storms being a blight for gardening, there are a few things you can do to firm up against the threat of extreme rain and winds. In this bonus episode of the podcast, Sarah shares a few garden-saving tips, from choosing the right flowers that thrive in moisture for the right place in your garden, using …
 
Recorded November 21, 2022. Please consider donating to World Central Kitchen Listeners have been asking how they can show their appreciation for the talks George is hosting. Top of mind right now are the millions suffering as a result of the tragedy in Ukraine. World Central Kitchen has joined the fight to provide humanitarian aid to those in need…
 
S6: Barry Shears’ new Book, Donald MacDonald’s old Book and John Walsh Shuttle pipes Tunes: Barry Shears: The Royston Session, Dave MacIsaac’s Pipe Jig, Chateau Barra Glen, Jerry Holland’s Pipe Jig, Mary Jane Kelly, Aunt Mae’s Reel, Captain Angus MacDonald (Lament For A Friend), John Mc Eachen's Reel, Hug air a bhonaid mhoir (Celebrate the Big Hat)…
 
Our 'How To' may be able to “see just fine” when working on projects or studying. But you don’t know what you’re missing until you have proper workspace lighting. We give you some ideas to brighten your space! APS customers need to know about 'Super Off Peak' Time Of Use rates with the Director of Customer To Grid Solutions Kerri Carnes. Plus Thank…
 
Nothing spoils home gatherings during the holidays like backed up drains. In the kitchen and bathroom, what you throw down the drain matters and lead to an embarrassing mess. With some simple preventative maintenance, you can avoid that as best as you can. From sinks to garbage disposals and rubber gaskets, we have some tips to keep your holidays m…
 
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