141 - KG Editor Steve Ott talks to Tayshan Hayden-Smith
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
1M ago
In this podcast KG editor Steve Ott chats to Tayshan Hayden-Smith who many of you will know as a TV presenter on BBC’s Your Garden Made Perfect and Hampton Court Flower Show coverage. He is also a pro footballer, award-winning Chelsea Flower Show designer, green activist and founder of The Grow2Know Project and now with the release of his new book Small Space Revolution, an author too! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
Visit website
140 - The Veg Plot in April
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
1M ago
The KG team of Steve, Emma and Tony gather to chat about the top tasks on the plot this month, to compare notes on what they have been up to in recent weeks and to talk about some of the latest gardening stories to hit the news – as well as the weather of course!   For more information check out the latest issue in the shops now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
Visit website
139 - An Interview with Milly Fyfe
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
2M ago
KG editor Steve Ott chats to Milly Fyfe who (in no particular order) is a keen gardener, garden writer, farmer, Mum of two, home cook, food campaigner, award-winning digital marketing expert, Instagrammer and blogger as well as the owner of website www.nofussmealsforbusyparents.com (well-worth a visit for the delicious recipes alone!) Milly talks about her upbringing among a family of gardeners and her work promoting seasonal British farm produce as well as home-grown crops to parents and children alike. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
Visit website
138 - An interview with Susy Bortolot
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
2M ago
KG editor Steve Ott chats to Susy Bortolot, AKA susybliving on Instagram and YouTube, about her obsession with growing her own, successional sowings and how moon phase gardening can both improve your crops, and your organisational skills in the garden! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
Visit website
137 - The Team chats to gardening expert Martin Fish
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
3M ago
KG readers will know Martin from his regular contributions to the magazine. A trained horticulturist, ex-nurseryman and head gardener, Martin now concentrates on his work as a writer and on giving talks at many major shows around the country where he works with wife Jill – Martin giving the gardening advice and Jill putting together delicious recipes using the produce he grows. Here he chats to the KG team about his life in horticulture and his exciting new garden in Lincolnshire. You can follow progress from the garden every month throughout 2024 in the magazine. Hosted on Acast. See acast.co ..read more
Visit website
79 Sweet and Savoury Corn
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
7M ago
Corn ranges from savoury to super sweet, yellow to blue, giant growers to hip high minis – it’s not just sweetcorn! It has always been a staple of native Indians in the United States, with most corn varieties actually being more savoury in flavour and used as a ‘starch’ – like potatoes – for many meals. Many have a richer, rounder flavour, almost like chestnuts. This is totally different to some modern, one dimensional sweetcorns which are just sweet with little flavour. Written by Rob Smith, read by Rachel Atkins. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
Visit website
107 - October Catch-Up and Answering your Questions
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
7M ago
Steve, Emma and Tony have a catch-up about what they've been up to in the garden and answer your burning gardening questions in this live-streamed edition of the podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
Visit website
77 Food from the Field
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
7M ago
Gaby Bartai visits a growing project in Perthshire that is all about community. It all started 10 years ago, when the former owner of the land, a local lady who used it for horse-grazing, was approached by a housing developer; with houses on either side, it was an obvious target. She took objection to the tone of the developer’s letter and, being an organic gardener, decided that the best way to future-proof the land for the community was to give it in trust to the Soil Association. This was just the first step in creating a thriving community project. Written by Gaby Bartai, read by Rachel At ..read more
Visit website
118 - Gardening and Your Mental Health
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
9M ago
Today we're discussing how gardening can help with your mental health and wellbeing with Annabelle Padwick, a mental health practitioner, professional gardener and Kitchen Garden Magazine writer. Annabelle is also the founder of Life at No.27, an allotment-based support network to help change lives across the country, accessible through self referral, GP’s, psychiatrists and local councils. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
Visit website
117 - An Interview with Joe Swift
The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
by Kitchen Garden
9M ago
In this episode, we're joined by garden designer, author, and TV presenter, Joe Swift. Joe is a regular presenter on BBC Gardeners' World and the BBC's coverage of many of the RHS flower shows. Recently Joe has written a series of expert gardening guides, covering a wide range of topics from selecting indoor plants to how to nurture wildlife in a sustainable way. There are five gardening guides in the series and they're available now from HarperCollins: https://harpercollins.co.uk/collections/books-by-joe-swift Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
Visit website

Follow The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR