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Garden podcast. Borne 2011. Every Friday. Sodshow website, iTunes | good podcast stores. Hosted by Peter Donegan

Garden podcast. Borne 2011. Every Friday. Sodshow website, iTunes | good podcast stores. Hosted by Peter Donegan
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Garden podcast. Borne 2011. Every Friday. Sodshow website, iTunes | good podcast stores. Hosted by Peter Donegan

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@Sodshow

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English


Episodes

Lara Behr

9/20/2017
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Just one year in business under her own name Lara Behr designed the Macmillan Legacy Garden at The Royal Horticultural Society RHS Tatton Park 2017 show were she won Gold Medal and The People's Choice Award. The Sodshow is available every Friday in iTunes, all good podcast stores and The Sodshow website. Twitter: @sodshow facebook: The Sodshow instagram: sodshow Together Peter Donegan and Lara chat studying law pre horticulture with Andrew Fisher Tomlin at the London College of Garden...

Duration: 00:29:47


Styal Prison, RHS Tatton 2017

9/13/2017
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Peter Donegan talks with Eddie Tarry, Community Engagement Manager at HMP Styal Prison and Horticulture Instructor Audra Bickerdyke. The team and ladies of Styal Prison designed and built the Stop Think Change garden at RHS Tatton 2017. The Sodshow is available in iTunes, all good podcast stores and The Sodshow website. Twitter: @sodshow - facebook: The Sodshow From dealing with self harm, well-being and mental health, we talk about the benefits of horticulture within and post leaving the...

Duration: 00:29:28


Mark Gregory, Landform Consultants

8/24/2017
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Peter Donegan talks with Mark Gregory, the most medalled RHS builder, and designer, of gardens. In fact Mark has never not won a RHS Chelsea medal. In total, he holds over 90 RHS Chelsea medals, in excess of 35 of them are Gold, 3 personal Gold's as a designer and 1 silver-gilt on Main Avenue and 150 Gardens for The Royal Horticultural Society over 28 years - which roughly equates to 3 years of his working life on that one site. The Sodshow is available in iTunes, all good podcast stores...

Duration: 00:29:59


Paul Cook, Cooks Garden Centre, RHS Tatton

8/16/2017
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Peter Donegan chats with Paul Cook of Cooks Garden Centre. Better known as Cookie or Cookie Boy, Peter and Paul met in the Floral Pavillion at RHS Tatton after former guest of The Sodhow Rob Hardy suggested we'd be a good partnership. He was not wrong. Over the course of the next 30 minutes the two plant lovers chat Cookies garden centre - one I should add that survives surprisingly so in this day and age; on plant sales. We chat Cookie who is very famed for his plant breeding specialising...

Duration: 00:29:13


IF Oldham, Veg In The Park. Bus Stop Boulevard, RHS Tatton

8/10/2017
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Peter Donegan chats with Nikki Davies, IF Oldham and Caroline Lawson of Veg In The Park. Peter bumped into Nikki at RHS Tatton Flower Show 2017 at what was called Bus Stop Boulevard where, IF Oldham had transformed a Bus Stop into something completely, different. The Bus Stop at RHS Tatton a collaboration between IF Oldham, Real Junk Food Oldham and Oldham Community Power called Growing Oldham Feeding Ambition (it represents the Oldham Food Map) is due to be reinstalled in a school in...

Duration: 00:29:06


Matthew Soper, Hampshire Carnivorous Plants

8/2/2017
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Peter Donegan chats with Matthew Soper of Hampshire Carnivorous Plants. A first for The Sodshow, but no ordinary first Matthew and his team have been awarded in excess of one hundred RHS gold medals including 19 consecutive Chelsea Gold medals. Take a breath and get ready for the next bit. They have also won The Witan and Anthony Huxley Awards (1998); since 2000 they have won 'Best in Show' awards at Gardening Scotland, Malvern Autumn, BBC Gardeners world live, RHS Tatton Park and the...

Duration: 00:27:58


Toby Buckland

7/27/2017
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Peter Donegan chats with Toby Buckland. Toby Buckland has presented BBC Gardeners World, the BBC's coverage of RHS Chelsea Flower Show, The Great British Garden Revival and also on Channel 4 and ITV. He has written 5 gardening books, is a regular voice on Radio 4's BBC Gardeners Question Time, writes regularly for The Daily Telegraph and amongst many things is also the Festival Director and host of Tobys Garden Festival. He began as a grower of roses in his home county of Devon. More than...

Duration: 00:29:48


Charlotte Harris, RHS Chelsea Flower Show, 2017

3/9/2017
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Peter Donegan chats with Charlotte Harris Designer of The Royal Bank of Canada Garden for RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017. Thoughts or comments ? @sodshow on twitter or on facebook as The Sodshow “When designing this garden, I spent time in northern Ontario exploring on foot and by canoe – navigating the waterways, pine forests, flora and granite of the Boreal,” said Charlotte Harris. “This time was a precious source of inspiration for the design, providing an appreciation of what comprises...

Duration: 00:29:10


Paul Hervey Brooks, RHS Hampton Court, RHS Chatsworth, 2017

3/2/2017
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Peter Donegan chats with Garden Designer Paul Hervey Brookes Thoughts or comments ? @sodshow on twitter or on facebook as The Sodshow Paul Hervey-Brookes is a well-respected designer who has built a strong reputation for landscapes and gardens that are classically English relying on planting schemes to create spaces and rich, multi-layered habitats. His plant-focused philosophy is rooted in his early training at the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh and subsequent garden experiences. Paul...

Duration: 00:28:19


Garden Podcast: John Bevan, Head Gardener, Lisselan House, West Cork

2/23/2017
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Peter Donegan chats with John Bevan, Head Gardener at Lisselan House, Clonakilty in West Cork. Thoughts or comments ? @sodshow on twitter or on facebook as The Sodshow John was born in Glengariff, but as a younger man spent most of his summers in Garnish Island where his love of plants grew. He went on to study horticulture at the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin. Post that he started an apprenticeship in the Parks Department in Dublin and then moved back home to Cork when the job as...

Duration: 00:28:17


The Sodshow: Melinda Meservy, Thyme and Place, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

2/15/2017
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Peter Donegan chats with Melinda Meservy of Thyme and Place, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Thoughts or comments ? @sodshow on twitter or on facebook as The Sodshow Formerly a business and data analysis expert who rarely saw home and lived from pretty much all over the world, 3 months ago Melinda opened the doors to her new business Thyme and Place, a garden shop based in Salt Lake City, Utah. A bit of a change you say ? You'd be very correct in that assumption. And we get right into that and...

Duration: 00:29:59


Juliet Roberts, Editor, Gardens Illustrated (Magazine) Festival

2/8/2017
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Peter Donegan talks to Juliet Roberts, the Editor of Gardens Illustrated Magazine. @sodshow on twitter. facebook, The Sodshow Formerly in the film industry, in 2012 Juliet was listed as one of the top 30 most influential gardeners and since the now Bristol based (formerly London) Gardens Illustrated magazine, that at present now boasts its highest ever subscription rate. Peter and Juliet talk gardens, garden shows, James Alexander Sinclair, former guest of the show Noel Kingsbury, life in...

Duration: 00:28:34


Tara Moloney, White Dove Nurseries. The Sodshow, Live at Bloom Fringe

2/2/2017
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Peter Donegan chat with Tara Moloney of White Dove Nurseries, Limerick. @sodshow - twitter. facebook - The Sodshow Live from Powerscourt Townhouse Centre as part of Bloom Fringe, Tara does what was unknown to Peter pre that, her first interview ever. In this case it was live, in front of an audience. In late 2012, Tara moved to Co. Limerick from Surrey in the UK. Having both worked in the South East in professional horticulture, for more than 15 years, we had an idea that we might pool all...

Duration: 00:28:10


Philip Turvil, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

1/25/2017
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@sodshow on twitter - facebook TheSodshow On this weeks garden podcast Peter Donegan chats with Philip Turvil of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. If I'm really honest, Philips love of horticulture is infectious. And he's pretty wonderful not only at what he does - you can read his bio below - but more for how he sees horticulture and what that achieves. And honestly really honestly, if there were trophies that I could give out for people who, in this industry, are really (really really)...

Duration: 00:28:01


Annie Dellbridge, Part 2, Fullers Mill Garden

1/18/2017
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Part 2 as Peter Donegan returns to chat with Annie Dellbridge, Head Gardener at Fullers Mill Garden. @sodshow on twitter or on facebook as The Sodshow Released in two parts, this is the very amazing and very beautiful story of Head Gardener Annie Dellbridge, how she got to Fullers Mill Garden her journey there and also a little of who she is both in and outside of work. More than that it is also the story of Fullers Mill, how it became a garden to visit, it's ownership now under that of...

Duration: 00:29:46


Annie Dellbridge, Part 1, Head Gardener at Fullers Mill Garden

1/12/2017
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On this weeks garden podcast Peter Donegan chats with Annie Dellbridge, Head Gardener at Fullers Mill Garden. Released in two parts, this is the very amazing and very beautiful story of Head Gardener Annie Dellbridge, how she got to Fullers Mill Garden her journey there and also a little of who she is both in and outside of work. More than that it is also the story of Fullers Mill, how it became a garden to visit, it's ownership now under that of Perennial Gardeners Royal Benevolent Society,...

Duration: 00:29:45


Garden Podcast: Ben Brace, London National Park City

1/5/2017
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Peter Donegan meets with Ben Brace of London National Park City. Of London National Park City, they say: Let’s make London the world’s first National Park City. A city where people and nature are better connected. A city that is rich with wildlife and every child benefits from exploring, playing and learning outdoors. A city where we all enjoy high-quality green spaces, the air is clean to breathe, it’s a pleasure to swim in its rivers and green homes are affordable. Together we can make...

Duration: 00:29:27


Lee Connolly, Skinny Jean Gardeners

12/22/2016
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On this weeks garden podcast Peter Donegan chats with Lee Connolly of The Skinny Jean Gardeners. Currently working with Blue Peter (bbc tv) and Jimmy Doherty (channel 4), they have also worked as part of the Jamie Oliver Food Revolution, designed a garden for the Gardening World Cup, Japan ; and from music festivals to BBC Gardeners World Live (alongside such names as Alan Titschmarsh) - Lee Connolly alongside his brother Dale, have litterally been there and done it all - all, in the space...

Duration: 00:28:57


Sara Venn, Incredible Edible Bristol

12/15/2016
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Peter Donegan chats with Sara Venn of Incredible Edible Bristol. A horticulturist by trade Sara studied first studied fine art and somehow or other fell into catering. Having realised she wasn’t working where she wanted to be she took a job in a local nursery and then completed a masters in garden history and conservation. On todays show we chat the next generation of horticulturists and garden lovers, Sara’s work with the younger folk on that journey, the garden media and it’s role in that,...

Duration: 00:29:13


Noel Kingsbury

12/8/2016
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Peter Donegan chats with Noel Kingsbury, author of Garden Flora, published by Timber Press. Noel Kingsbury has been described as “the voice of authority with renegade undertones”. A gardener since childhood, he has run a nursery, designed gardens and public spaces and done doctoral research at the University of Sheffield’s Department of Landscape on competition amongst ornamental perennials. He is best known for his promotion of naturalistic planting design, but is passionate about any kind...

Duration: 00:30:00

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