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This podcast's for anyone wanting to explore the big issues, stretching your thinking in relatable ways. Well known personalities, Stuart ‘The Wildman’ Mabbutt and photographer William Mankelow, two men in their 40s, who aren't experts, but have opinions, authentic views and no scripts. Join them on meandering conversations about nature, philosophy, climate, the human condition, and sustainability. Sometimes joined by guests, or discussing listener questions between themselves. Always full o ...
 
A food and farming podcast helping to provide a connection to food produced in the UK and how to make tasty meals. We'll meet food producers from across the country and explore why they love producing food for our table. There will also be some easy recipe ideas for mealtime inspiration, as well as some top tips and time-saving hacks. Inspired by the No Fuss Meals for Busy Parents Blog https://nofussmealsforbusyparentsfood.wpcomstaging.com/ I'm your host Milly Fyfe, Mum of two young boys, fa ...
 
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Many folks enjoy trees in their yard that provide shade on a summer day and beauty with the fall colors. But when a tree dies it is usually cut down and perhaps turned into fire wood. A century ago, this tree provided lots of shade and beauty, but when a storm felled it, locals wanted to keep it alive so to speak so that generations to come could a…
 
"Is there a difference between thinking and feeling?" This question was sent in by someone who routinely listens, Alan in Northway, Oxford, England. It's a very different style of question he's directed at the podcast this time, very different to the ones he's sent in before. As always though, Stuart and William embark on another roaming and insigh…
 
British Food Fortnight is held between 18th September and 3rd October this year. Presenter Milly Fyfe talks to the founder of the 20-year-old Love British Food organiser, Alexia Robinson about her motivation to create such a flagship campaign, celebrate success, and look forward to what's to come and how people and communities can get involved. Wit…
 
"Humanity faces big planetary changes in many ways, not just regarding climate. To embrace true change though in things like social justice, we need navigable paths, and a vision of a positive quality of life. I think exploring pathways to sustainable optimism is the core for all challenges we face as individuals, and as a society, whatever the iss…
 
"If the climate crisis was front page news, every day, the public would demand we do something about it, and those with vested interests, and billionaires that own the media, would lose their short term cash cow". Stuart and William once again embark on a roaming natural style of conversation. Making what could be a deep academic debate, into a rel…
 
Jack Uldrich is a futurist who works with many companies in the industry of agriculture. He helps businesses navigate the changes ahead and see how they can better predict and adapt to the trends that will shape our future. Will electric cars diminish the need for ethanol? Will carbon farming become agriculture’s biggest cash crop. We cover those t…
 
"John Kerry, part of Joe Biden’s team, has I’m told said that you don’t need to give up meat or anything and uninvented things will save us. I’m not sure he actually said this? What do you guys think of anyone who says that?" Another unscripted, searching, insightful laypersons chat, between hosts Stuart and William, as discuss a question sent in f…
 
"Alternative fuels and energy maybe in some ways renewable, but doesn’t it still need mineral extraction in part?" Another spontaneous, improvised, insightful chat, from a laymen's standpoint, between hosts Stuart and William. A very real deliberation, as they examine another listener question, this time from Adwin in South Africa. Do you have a qu…
 
Hosts Stuart and William mark World Vegetarian, Day in this bonus episode of The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast. World Vegetarian Day is observed annually around the planet on October 1st. It is a day of celebration, established by the North American Vegetarian Society in 1977 and endorsed by the International Vegetarian Union in…
 
The upper Midwest was short on moisture this year. What can we learn from what has worked well and not so well in drought stressed fields – and what is the outlook for 2022? Plus, I look back 25 years to a story few folks know that impacted what I do today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
A bit of fun for you, a bonus episode from a recent outing Stuart and William had at the East Oxford Farmers' and Community Market where they had a stall. This out and about recording includes a question from listener Jules in Oxford. He asked; "Our landlord and come and stripped out everything in our front garden because we'd let it get overgrown.…
 
"Do the public suffer with climate emergency fatigue?" Join Stuart and William for another wide ranging conversation, that really could go anywhere, as they discuss and explore, from an laymen's perspective, a question this time from listener Anzu in Japan. ANNOUNCEMENT! Stuart and William will be leading an alphabet walk around the Turrill Sculptu…
 
"Does direct action from protests get anyone, anywhere? " Using their nomadic and roaming, unscripted conversational style, your hosts and well known personalities Stuart and William, offer up a very real discussion with authentic views, as they take a deep dive and explore another listener question, this time from Adriana in the Netherlands. As al…
 
Jason Clay is back on FTC and the conversation is always interesting and thought provoking. We discuss how Covid has impacted food production and consumption and how the pandemic is changing how farmers will be asked to farm. What are the key forces driving that change and how can farmers adapt? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Hopefully this podcast will help persuade you, entertain you, inspire you, and inform you. Stretch your thinking at the very least! Stuart and William, once again head off on another roaming, meandering discussion, exploring and examining a listener question, this time from Adel in Christchurch, New Zealand. The question, is simply, "Who’s in charg…
 
"What's the environment? Is it different for all of us?" As with every episode, Stuart and William allow the conversation to flow, bringing it back to the key question periodically, so as not to disappear down a rabbit hole. That process often where the biggest insights come from. In this instalment they discuss, explore, and mull over a question, …
 
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