Want to get to know the people who produce the food that you eat?
This is the place. Step this way, and welcome to Rock & Roll Farming..
NHS porn is rubbish
Geraint Davies talks about farming with nature, farm succession, testicular cancer (NHS porn is rubbish), being a hedge addict, rural communities, and lots more..
The Wild Places
Sally-Ann Spence LOVES Dung Beetles! Find out all about these amazing little creatures, what makes them so damn cool, and how she's helping other farmers to realise their potential to improve their grazing and soils..
Beef farmer Emma Smith has turned her passion for farming and education into a brilliant new magazine for children called The Youngstock. Hear all about how she made it happen, what she's hoping to achieve, and, much more..
Speaking to Harry Metcalfe about a career in farming and cars
Will chats to Harry Metcalfe, a farmer in the Cotswolds who is also a successful motoring journalist having founded Evo Magazine. They talk about Harry’s early farming education and agricultural career, getting into cars and how he’s now using his skills in creating videos to try and help explain to a wider audience what happens on his farm day-to-day.
Never mind the bondage trousers
In one of my favourite interviews so far, John Pawsey talks about his journey into farming, his love of punk music, the Hare that convinced him to change to organic production, and why it's so important that we preserve the heritage of WW2 Airfields.
All this, and much more. What else could you ask for from a farming podcast? ;-)
From Wales to Waikato
It's a long way from Capel Garmon in North Wales to Tokoroa in New Zealand!
Marc Lloyd Jones tells us all about his farming journey, how he became an award winning dairy farmer, the people that have helped him along the way, and his ambitions for his and his family's future.
Entertaining & educational
Keep them coming, thanks
When you stop learning you stop living
I’ve learned so much more about farming by listening to these podcasts. Will has a great way of conversing with his guests and you can tell they are at ease speaking to him. It’s a great way of learning more about agriculture and the wider industry. Keep it up Will, your work is very much appreciated.
On farmers we rely
Fantastic insight to how our Farmers are real people who cares greatly for animal and the environment. Thank you Will.