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Nature, wildlife and countryside living with Chris Skinner from High Ash Farm. Join Norfolk farmer Chris Skinner and broadcaster Matthew Gudgin every Sunday morning as they talk nature, wildlife and countryside living. Enjoy walks and talks around High Ash Farm with Chris, and conversations between Chris and Matthew in the studio, answering your questions. New episode released every Sunday at 0700 GMT To support and donate to the podcast: donorbox.org/countrysidepodcast For updates, join the ...
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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 ...
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Welcome to Beyond the Hedge where the writer, Patrick Galbraith, goes in search of the places, people, traditions and tales that make rural Britain extraordinary. Join Patrick as he heads out along the backroads to meet publicans, writers, hedgelayers, butchers, poets and keepers of everything from pigs to grey partridges to bees. He explores often-complex and sometimes-thorny themes with the help of real experts – practitioners with their hands in the soil and academics who’ve spent their l ...
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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 ...
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Countryside Alliance

Countryside Alliance

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Updates, insights and analysis from the UK’s foremost rural campaign group. We’ll be talking about shooting, hunting, politics and all manner of other issues of interest to rural community.
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Arlington Countryside Church Podcast

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937573 Welcome to the weekly audio podcast for Arlington Countryside Church in Arlington Heights, IL. Our mission is to be a loving community where ordinary people experience the life-changing power of Jesus Christ. http://www.acchurch.org
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Our Countryside

Victoria McClenaghan

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A journey through rural South West England with Victoria McClenaghan and Lola the Boxer dog. Pull on your wellies and join us on a dog walk with local artists, producers and personalities. Gentle, wholesome, positive family listening.
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Why do we do this podcast? We do it to stop the big issues slipping into the shadows. We talk about listener questions as that's what's important to them, and always try to bring it back to the natural world in some way. We have the conversations that need having. It’s not the usual ambience in this episode, as we are back out in Stuart’s courtyard…
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Chris glimpses the morning routine of the swallows first thing. They're considering whether they can fit in a final brood. Matthew Gudin and Rat the dog keep up with Chris as he shares with us the super powers of clover. Chris also talks about the predators at High Ash Farm, a topic that often divides the farming community. He describes his footage…
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Many of us don’t care for pastures the same way most would care for row crops, yet those pastures are growing grasses and legumes that are critical to a cattle herd. So how do you begin to evaluate and renovate your pastures to improve the feed available to cattle? We talk with one farmer that has spent several years renovating his pastures and mea…
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It's often said that, within 25 years, the turtledove will be gone from England's hedgerows. When they go, if they go, we will lose something that is a huge part of British culture – they are present in our folk songs and our poetry and for centuries the sound they make, a sort of sweet purring, has been synonymous with springtime. But in Suffolk, …
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In this episode presenter Milly Fyfe chats to Former South West MP and Somerset farmer Neil Parish who has recently launched his own podcast called We Can Do Both. We cover his political career, his motivation for creating a podcast, farm life at home and a few tasty seasonal recipes and top tips for June too. Listen to Neil Parish's podcast: We Ca…
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There was once a time when horses and carriage ruled the roads, and in those days before the automobile, the types, size and uses of horse drawn vehicles was quite diverse. One company in Wisconsin was an important builder of those vehicles. But when cars came along, the business closed, but what they produced is far from forgotten……
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No waffle in this episode, we get straight into the listener questions, the first of which today is from Tess, in Stranrear, Scotland - “How damaging do you feel dismissing someone's opinion that you don’t like can be?” Stuart emphasises that dismissing someone’s opinion is detrimental, limiting both yourself and the person you’re conversing with. …
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This morning's morning chorus comes from the geese visiting the pond at High Ash Farm. Chris Skinner takes Matthew Gudgin to the High Ash Farm Bog. He tells the story of something once swallowed up by this bottomless bog! This wonderful habitat provides the perfect conditions for one Chris's favourite flowers, the ragged robin. The pair then compar…
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PJ Haynie farms ground in Virginia that his great, great grandfather purchased just after he came out of slavery in 1867. Today, the farm has not only grown in acres and locations farmed, but they are expanding the enterprises they cover, moving to a model that has their products positioned closer to the end user. We discussed how and why they’ve m…
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Trigger Warning: This episode covers the sensitive topics of euthanasia and death. Listener discretion is strongly advised. On this thought-provoking episode of The People’s Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast, your co-hosts Stuart 'The Wildman' Mabbutt and William Mankelow tackle two profound questions from listeners in Scotland. First up, Te…
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Chris Skinner listens in as the corvid take to their nests for their final chatter of the day, an evening chorus . The following day, Matthew Gudgin joins Chris and they go in search of the Common Spotted Orchid and the striking Pyramidal Orchid. Chris explains how the geology and soil types at High Ash Farm dictate what grows where when it comes t…
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Donnell Brown and the RA Brown Ranch have long been known for their progressive view of the cattle industry. The way we may make genetic advances now and in the future is changing. How could we help create a herd that is more resistant to disease or may handle heat better in certain climates? Plus we discuss a way the ranch is implementing rotation…
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In their signature unvarnished style, your co-hosts, Stuart ‘The Wildman’ Mabbutt and William Mankelow aren't afraid to push boundaries, and explore taboo subjects often left undiscussed. Prepare to have your assumptions challenged, as these two plumb the depths of protests and trigger warnings, from refreshingly candid angles. First up, Stuart and…
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The dawn chorus provided by a blackbird whilst Chris Skinner describes how much he enjoys doing the rounds first thing at High Ash Farm. The goslings swim over to wish Chris a good morning! He's joined by his broadcasting companion Matthew Gugdin and they marvel at the mystery of the bee orchid and discuss other orchids on the farm and their soil p…
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Agriculture has been ranked last among U.S. industries in technological adoption. That may surprise many of us who feel we use plenty of technology every day in our operation. We take a look at where many of us are lagging and what technology we can adopt to help our bottom line. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Around half of Britain’s farmers rent some or all of the land they work, but in Britain's changing agricultural landscape, where significant profits can be made through rewilding, tree planting and renting out rural properties to city-dwellers, it is becoming harder and harder for aspiring farmers to find any ground. They were once a cornerstone of…
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Over many years of travels I’ve found that the back of a museum can hold many unexpected treasures. You just never know what might be housed in what some would consider the last room of the place. At this museum, that back room is certainly not lacking in treasures. In fact, it’s pretty amazing to see what one man in town collected while running a …
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Charlie, from Montrose, Scotland has sent in this listener question - “Who owns land is at the heart of the housing crisis in the UK. It's not because bricks and mortar have suddenly become incredibly expensive. It's because the value of land has gone through the roof. Is it possible to own land though when we as humans came from it, are part of it…
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Chris Skinner has been busy counting the swallows on the farm. He catches their early morning chatter as the thirty-seven birds prepare for the day ahead. Chris takes Matthew Gudgin and terrible terrier Rat, to a field full of creeping buttercups. They return to the woodland where the bluebells were. They're long gone now, but standing in their wak…
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You’ll need to drive on six miles of gravel roads from the highway to get to the tiny town of Ismay, Montana. There would really be no need for any visitors to make the trip, but there’s still a few that do and it’s usually because of a story involving a Hall of Fame quarterback who, probably has never visited the place……
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