003 – Cows, Cancer, & Cowboy Boots

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Dr. Jude Capper has no farming background, yet jets all around the world talking to farmers, industry leaders, and politicians on Livestock Sustainability. Find out how the hell this happened, as well as what it’s like to walk out on stage and present to 1000s of people at a time, and how it feels to be be one of Michael Gove’s ‘experts.’ We also find out about THOSE rockin’ Cowboy boots, and what it was like living and working in the good ol’ US of A for 8 1/2 years. As well as the shock of being diagnosed with breast […]

002 – Upland Farming, Snow Storms, and being a TV Celebrity

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Gareth’s family have been on the same farm in the Carneddau Mountains of North East Wales for 350 years. Tonight I talk to him about his family, the challenges of farming sheep in the uplands, the wild mountain ponies that live up there, the devastating late snowfall of March 2013, and his exciting and varied TV & media career. As well as, most importantly, the most recognisable headwear since Charlie Chaplin’s bowler hat. Check it out folks..

001 – Crocs, socks and Shorthorns

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Today i head up to Cumbria and the wilds of North West England to talk to organic dairy farmer and all-round great bloke James Robinson. We talk about his penchant for crocs & socks, his family’s organic dairy farming enterprise, his insistence on being referred to as Mr. President, and his role as a Community First Responder. Also discussed are his fondness for Jaffa Cakes, Liverpool FC’s European Cup win in 2005, and loads of other things in-between. Check it out folks..