The Sodshow, Garden Podcast

19 April, 2018
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Garden Podcast: Charlie Hart, Skymeadow

On This Episode of the Garden Podcast:

Charlie Hart read Theology at Cambridge University before working in a number of roles in London. He now lives and gardens on the Essex Suffolk border with his family. On todays episode of The Sodshow Charlie talks with Peter Donegan about that journey, which has more turns than one consider possible.

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What resulted post the passing of both Charlie’s parents, some ill health, anxiety and much family turbulence was a point of a new journey, with much windings in between, a book deal, a change of career and a new way of life.

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11 April, 2018
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Garden Podcast: Stuart Charles Towner, Chelsea Flower Show

On This Episode of The Garden Podcast:

Stuart Charles Towner is a freelance multi-award winning garden designer and RHS consultant. This 2018 he will design his first garden on Main Avenue, Chelsea Flower Show 2018 – his first time to design at the prestigious RHS event.

On this episode of The Sodshow Garden Podcast Stuart Charles Towner and Peter Donegan chat everything from just how did you get here, nerves, never seeing a garden build being taken apart to Dolly Parton, spare time and escapism from a world of working on your lonesome for a love of horticulture. We also talk his upcoming garden and why one should only expect a gold.

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4 April, 2018
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Garden Podcast: Matt Keightley

On this episode of the Sodshow Garden Podcast:

Matt Keightley is an RHS Award-Winning designer; a two-times winner of an RHS Silver-Gilt Medal and the prestigious BBC People’s Award for Best in Show in 2014 & 2015 at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Matt Won three awards at the recent 2017 SGD Awards – the Judge’s Award, Planting Award and Medium Residential Garden.

On this episode Matt speaks with Peter Donegan amongst other things, about The Royal Horticultural Society’s garden that they selected him to design for RHS Chelsea 2018 – the Feel Good Garden.

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28 March, 2018
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Garden Podcast: Anna Skibniewski-Ball, RHS Flower Show Cardiff

On This Episode of the Garden Podcast:

Anna Skibniewski-Ball is the Show Manager at RHS Flower Show Cardiff. On todays episode Peter Donegan and Anna talk not just this but a career in acting how she worked her way her up within The RHS to that place and to Cardiff, Wales where she is originally from.

We also talk about the show itself, what there and happening and just why this beautiful gem of a family event is one that you should go visit. All the hints and things you need to know, those behind the scenes and those who will make this a much recommended visit and worthwhile visit.

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14 March, 2018
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Garden Podcast: Miranda Janatka, Kew Gardens

On This Weeks Garden Podcast:

Miranda Janatka is a botanical horticulturist at Kew, based in the Temperate Unit of the Tropical Nursery. Working with one of the most diverse collections of plants in the world, she propagates and provides plants for scientific research as well as the display glasshouses at Kew.

On this weeks episode Peter Donegan chats with Miranda about what she is currently doing, in this case – cultivating plants to go into the Temperate House, the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world and very soon to be reopened following at £41 million restoration project.

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