Meet the Farmers is a podcast series which aims to highlight the realities of running a farm in the UK. There are no limits when it comes to size or type of farming – I intend to visit all kinds of farms. The episodes each profile a different farm, looking at the enterprises and interviewing the people who work on them.It’s about highlighting the realities of farming life, the good times and the bad, as well as farmers’ hopes and fears for the future.
If you are a farmer and are interested in being featured in an episode, please
get in touch!
Episode 1 – Anna and Phil Bryant at Stowford Manor Farm, nr. Trowbridge, Wiltshire
Episode 2 – Elm Tree Farm, Stapleton, Bristol.
Episode 3 – David Lord at Earls Hall Farm, nr. Clacton-on-Sea, Essex.
Episode 4 – The Oxford Real Farming Conference 2017
Episode 5 – Luke Hasell at Herons Green Farm, North Somerset
Episode 6 – Tim May at Pitt Hall Farm, Hampshire
Episode 7 – Ed Ford at Childerditch Hall Farm, Essex
Episode 8 – Paul Kelly at Claydons Farm, Essex
Episode 9 – Young Farmers at Royal Welsh Show, Powys
Episode 10 – Fiona Provan at the Calf at Foot Dairy, Suffolk
Episode 11 – Tom Martin at Village Farm, Cambridgeshire
Episode 12 – Eddie Andrew at Our Cow Molly, near Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Episode 13 – Oxford Real Farming Conference 2018
Episode 14 – Tom Bradshaw at Fletchers Farm, nr Colchester, Essex
Episode 15 – The Nature Friendly Farming Network
Episode 16 – Gala Bailey-Barker at Plaw Hatch Farm, Sussex
Episode 17 – Stephen Briggs at Whitehall Farm, Cambridgeshire
Episode 18 – Matt Naylor at Naylor Flowers, Lincolnshire
Episode 19 – Jim Shanks at Standhill Farm, near Hawick, Scottish Borders
Episode 20 – Martyn Bergius at Overlangshaw Farm, nr Galashiels, Scottish Borders
Episode 21 – The Royal Highland Show with Kelvin Pate
Episode 22 – George Young at Fobbing Hall Farm, nr Basildon, Essex
Episode 23 – Mark Hayward of Dingley Dell Pork, Suffolk
Episode 24 – John Pawsey of Shimpling Park Farms, Suffolk
Episode 25 – The East of England Farming Conference 2018
Episode 26 – Teleri Fielden (‘The Snowdonia Shepherdess) at Llyndu Isaf in Snowdonia, Wales.