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Sit back, relax and listen to our highly informative Podcast. We do like to have a bit of fun along the way but you can be assured that every session is dedicated to helping educate, inspire and support your rural business journey or career. With some industry heavyweights lined up over the coming months, we look forward to having you join us.
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Sit back, relax and listen to our highly informative Podcast. We do like to have a bit of fun along the way but you can be assured that every session is dedicated to helping educate, inspire and support your rural business journey or career. With some industry heavyweights lined up over the coming months, we look forward to having you join us.
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    British Food & Farming Series: From global consumers towards self sufficiency

    British Food & Farming Series: From global consumers towards self sufficiency

    This is the second episode of our British Food & Farming Series - an exclusive, limited podcast series brought to you by the Rural Business Group.
    This week our regular panelists, Gareth Wyn Jones and Stephen Whyte, are joined by food journalist Dan Saladino to discuss the sustainability (or not) of our current global food system and what needs to change to move towards a more sustainable and self sufficient way of growing food.
    Dan Saladino is a renowned food journalist who has worked at the BBC for twenty-five years. For more than a decade he has traveled the world recording stories of foods at risk of extinction—from cheeses made in the foothills of a remote Balkan mountain range to unique varieties of rice grown in southern China. His work has been recognised by the James Beard Foundation, the Guild of Food Writers, and the Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards.
    You can find out much more about our regular panelists, Gareth Wyn Jones and Stephen Whyte, and our podcast chair, Phil Jarvis, here: https://www.ruralbusinessgroup.co.uk/british-food-farming-podcast-its-not-a-case-of-this-or-that/
    The opinions and views expressed in this podcast are those of the individuals involved and do not necessarily represent those of The Rural Business Group.

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    British Food & Farming Series: What’s war in Europe got to do with it?

    British Food & Farming Series: What’s war in Europe got to do with it?

    In this exclusive, limited series brought to you by the Rural Business Group, the Nation’s Favourite Farmer, Gareth Wyn Jones is joined by supply chain specialist, Stephen Whyte as they aim to explore some of the most pressing challenges facing food production in light of the climate crisis and changing consumer preferences in food and drink consumption.
    The series will focus on the Future of Farming, debunking some of the misconceptions and myths which currently proliferate mainstream media, somewhat unfairly influencing public perception of farming and farmers.
    In the first episode, Gareth and Stephen are joined by chair Phil to discuss the impact of the war in Ukraine - both on consumers and farmers across the world. They discuss our global supply chains and the issues within, food security and what changes need to happen. In trueness to this being a rural podcast - Gareth has to leave part way through to lamb a ewe!

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    • 54 min
    Shropshire Festivals

    Shropshire Festivals

    In todays episode of the Rural Business Podcast, we are joined by Jemma Clifford and Beth Heath from Shropshire Festival.
    Shropshire Festivals organise events across Shropshire and the UK. Today Jemma and Beth will be discussing produce hampers, events and most importantly medicine for the soul.

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    • 38 min
    In conversation with Lorraine Robinson from The Roost Luxury Camping

    In conversation with Lorraine Robinson from The Roost Luxury Camping

    In todays episode Jemma Clifford is delighted to be joined by Lorraine Robinson from the Roost Luxury Cabins. Talking about UK tourism, staycations and biodiversity, conservations much more.


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    • 36 min
    The Rural Business Awards Triumph Over Adversity

    The Rural Business Awards Triumph Over Adversity

    Join us for another special podcast with Jules Hudson, on this occasion Jules caught up with 3 of our Triumph Over Adversity award winners on the O2 Rural Business Group Stage at Countryfile LIVE.
    We really hope you enjoy listening to these incredibly inspiring stories of triumphing in the face of adversity.

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    • 26 min
    Taking the Bull by the Horns when it comes to finances

    Taking the Bull by the Horns when it comes to finances

    Todays In Your Field podcast is with the wonderful Martin Cook from Roake & Cook.
    Martin and Jemma talk about the finance thats involved in running a business, the difficulties, and support that is out there.
    Both Martin and Jemma recently did a webinar on finance and in particular taking the bull by the horns when it comes to finances!
    Head over to the membership 'Webinar anytime playback' area now.
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    • 39 min

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