On This Episode of the Garden Podcast:
This is a 2 part episode – with Tim Richardson.
Tim Richardson is a London-based writer, historian and critic specialising in landscape, gardens and art. He writes regularly for the Daily Telegraph and other publications including Country Life and Gardens Illustrated. He is the author of a number of books including Arcadian Friends (Bantam, 2007), Avant Gardeners (Thames & Hudson, 2008) and The New English Garden (2013).
A collection of his journalism entitled You Should Have Been Here Last Week has just appeared in paperback. Tim advises the National Trust on gardens and wrote the course on landscape history for Oxford University. He is the founder-director of the Chelsea Fringe Festival, now in its eighth year.
On todays episode Peter Donegan chats with Tim.
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