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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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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

Arlington Countryside Church - Dave Corlew

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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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Mariama, a listener from Sierra Leone has sent this question in for discussion on today's episode - “For a few years I lived in Cumbria in the UK, and miss your country walks there. Countryside here in Sierra Leone is a very different thing though. Tell me, what frustrates you guys the most about the countryside in the UK?” The biggest thing that f…
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Chris Skinner gives Matthew Gudgin and impromptu tour around his house and garden showing the many ways he welcomes wildlife. The pair then venture out onto High Ash Farm to look at the badger set. Chris has recorded some incredible footage of the teenage badgers getting up to mischief in the dead of night. Click here to see the video of the badger…
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Inspired by the chance discovery of an egg vending machine deep in rural Norfolk, Patrick Galbraith reflects upon the changes to village life that have occurred over the last hundred years or so. Patrick goes in search of the farmer who owns the pickled egg dispenser - David - and discovers that his family has farmed the land around Great Snoring (…
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Balance sheets for the year ahead show limited profit potential in many instances. An added concern for many producers are inflation and interest rates. What should we expect for the year ahead and how can we best position ourselves for the present and future goals we have in mind? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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A Conversation with Olivier Blanc and presenter Milly Fyfe Join us on a delectable journey through culinary heritage as The Countryside Kitchen meets with Olivier Blanc, the son of renowned chef Raymond Blanc OBE. In this special episode, we delve into the rich tapestry of French gastronomy, exploring the influence of family, tradition, and innovat…
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When World War II began, the U.S. military began to recruit troops for special missions they believed might be necessarily in specific countries. Those missions would need troops who could speak the languages of those nations fluently. The search led many young men from this area of Minnesota to be a part of one such unit../…
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In this short episode, co-hosts Stuart 'The Wildman' Mabbutt and William Mankelow reflect on reaching the impressive 500 episode mark for this podcast. The big question on everyone's mind - will they make it to the ultra-rare 1,000 episode club? Stuart is bullish on the prospect, believing if they keep up their well-oiled podcast production process…
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The wren conducts the dawn chorus for this episode of Chris Skinner’s Countryside Podcast. Chris Skinner and Matthew Gudgin stomp through the woodland to chomp on the edible wild garlic. The dwindling bluebells are going over and their shadow brings the early purple orchid to the fore. Chris explains their many names and mentions throughout history…
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Many young farmers have dreams of building a large and profitable farming enterprise, but what’s the best way to do it? I visit with the Star Farmer of America about how he built his business, what he learned and the advice he would share with others. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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As 2024 unfolds before us, your co-hosts William and Stuart embark on a discussion about the year ahead. They talk about the future of the podcast, and how they currently have listener questions lined up and in the kitty, and what would happen if that supply would one day run out. Stuart delves into how the fundraiser for the Extreme 8 is his bigge…
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Chris Skinner is up at the crack of dawn on the 1st of May to capture the sounds of the morning at High Ash Farm. Part of daily duties involve checking in on the swallows. Matthew Gudgin joins later on in the sunshine and the pair begin their journey around the farm by looking at crab apple trees. Chris and Matthew head to a bird hide and Chris exp…
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Ah, the sweet serenade of the dawn chorus! When was the last time you really listened to the birds singing, particularly in the morning? Well today Stuart and William are highlighting that it’s International Dawn Chorus Day. The release time of this bonus episode is 5am, which is the perfect time to get out and listen to nature's greatest symphony.…
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Your CI Score could be worth over $1 per bushel of corn. But that leaves many of us asking…what is a CI score? It’s a trend to keep an eye on because those scores may soon be tied to the crops we grow and it could be worth a significant amount of money. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Patrick Galbraith meets Marcus Armytage, Grand National-winning jockey and Scribehounder, at his home in Berkshire to find out what it takes to win the most famous horse race in the world. Patrick learns about Marcus’ route into racing and why he never made the step from amateur to professional, despite still holding the record for the National. Ne…
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Hopefully this episode will stretch your thinking today and explore opinions you might not have thought about before. Isla, a listener from Arbroath, Scotland has sent in this question for your co-hosts to dig in to: “Are there limits to human creativity? Is your answer informed by your own understanding of yourselves or deeply influenced by societ…
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Chris Skinner shares a moments reflection whilst waiting to see the first swift arrive at Aldeburgh beach. He pinpoints the exact moment when his relationship with wildlife changed forever. Matthew Gudgin arrives at High Ash Farm and the pair take a look at the hidden wonders of the horse chestnut tree. They also study the hawthorne in flower befor…
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It’s been dubbed the world’s most expensive love seat. It’s true you can sit on it, but with an $8 million dollar price tag at the time, you’d want to do more than use it as a chair. And of course, that’s where this story gets interesting, because this place has many of these multimillion dollar devices that today are obsolete……
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Benjamin Franklin said nothing is certain is except death and taxes. We talk about both subjects with Paul Neiffer as we look at what is the best tax strategy in 2024 and beyond and how to reduce some of the tax implications when we do pass away. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.저자 Farm Journal
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Welcome to another thought-provoking episode of The People’s Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast, where co-hosts Stuart 'The Wildman' Mabbutt and William Mankelow take you on a journey through the depths of philosophical inquiry, with a sprinkle of chaos and a dash of order. In today's episode, two listener questions are tackled by your co-hos…
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Chris Skinner starts the day with his elderly geese before checking in on the swallows busy spring cleaning their nests. Matthew Gudgin joins Chris and Rat, his terrible terrier to see the bluebells at High Ash Farm. He explains how these bluebells return year on year and bring a lot of joy to a lots of visitors. Chris takes Matthew to another wood…
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Tighter crop margins lead us to believe the machinery market is beginning to weaken. Is that the case? Machinery Pete discusses what he sees across the industry. We take a look at market sectors that are strong and others that show weakness, plus we discuss things to keep in mind if you are buying or selling tractors and equipment. See omnystudio.c…
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Patrick Galbraith learns about offal and why chefs love cooking with it. First, he heads to Norfolk with his friend Sachin Kureishi to shoot some woodpigeons and some squirrels. Mission accomplished, he returns to London where the young butcher, chef, and offal devotee, Flossy Philips, comes over to his flat to cook some really impressive dishes, u…
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