The English Home podcast celebrates the best of classic English interiors and design. In each episode, Samantha Scott-Jeffries, editor of The English Home magazine talks with leading interiors experts, designers and specialists to discover their style secrets, decorating advice and seasonal inspiration. The English Home podcast is produced by The Chelsea Magazine Company with original music by Laura Ritchie
Episode 4 – Tom Raffield and the 12th Earl of Shaftesbury
In this episode, Samantha speaks to Tom Raffield, whose name is synonymous with the lighting and furniture he designs and shapes into organic forms in Cornwall. She is also joined by Nicholas Ashley-Cooper, the 12th Earl of Shaftesbury who has restored Grade I listed St Giles House in Dorset, turning it into a home for his family as well as an events business, and winning a UK Heritage Award in the process.
Episode 3 - Willow Crossley & Kit Kemp
In this episode Samantha speaks with one of the country’s leading interior designers Kit Kemp who shares her insights on creating exciting and unique interiors full of personality. She is also joined by high-profile floral stylist Willow Crossley to find out more about seasonal English flowers and how to display them.
Episode 2 - Nina Campbell & Jeremy Musson
In this second episode Samantha speaks with one of the world’s most respected and influential interior designers Nina Campbell about how she creates classic, practical and beautiful English interiors. She is also joined by Jeremy Musson, a leading historian, consultant and expert on the British country house for his insights into the history of classic country house interiors and the open houses he recommends that we visit this season.
Episode 1 - Matthew Fort, Joa Studholme & Joanna Wood
In this first episode Samantha speaks with Farrow and Ball’s Colour Curator Joa Studholme to discover ways to add colour to interiors, regular columnist and TV presenter Matthew Fort about his enjoyment of growing summer berries, whilst renowned interior designer Joanna Wood tells us what no English home should be without.
These podcasts are so fun and enlightening. PLEASE keep them coming