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The Wiggly Podcasts are now Youtube!

By Rob 1 years ago

Yes! We've now uploaded all episodes of the Wiggly Podcast onto Youtube - free for you to listen as much as you like - exciting news for those in the know!

Podcast 0193 coming up....

By Heather 9 years ago

Tomorrow's Podcast is on it's way. Should be with you at about 9am BST
Mealworms in the Bathroom

In which Richard gets slapped for feeding dead mice to his hens. Rachel takes a trip to Noelle's shed and meets new girl Nicolle and Richard gets scolded at the Master Composters' Conference. Plus a Monty Cast, and Heather realises that sometimes some people have a different point of view from her...

Wiggly Podcast 0176

By Heather 10 years ago



Low Flying Rabbit Cliffhanger

This week The Team gather to talk about Buzzards and Short Eared Owls and the costs of set-aside. Richard learns about Twitter and tries to describe his latest trip to the River Cottage in less than 15 seconds. Then they try to test the moisture content of Phil's wheat, but run out of time.

Wiggly Podcast 171 is LONG!

By Heather 10 years ago

They are usually pretty cheery but here's the blurb for this week's show!
"It's the longest Wiggly Podcast so far and everyone is feeling gloomy. Richard and Farmer Phil re-convene to follow up their discussion of banned pesticides, but another row starts to brew, so Heather demands that it be faded out. There's plenty of feedback from Podchef, but he's not taking sides. The cow crisis is deeper and more complicated than thought, Richard's cockerel has been goosed to dead and his dog has gone deaf, Toast has a terrible itch, another prize cow has died and someone has forgotten to plant their garlic.
At least Monty has a cheerful Montycast."
Never mind here is one of our our latest reviews on iTunes:
5 stars - A Breath of Fresh Air by Belsfurry.Of all the podcasts I subscribe to yours is the one that I just can't wait to download each week. I Love it, though my husband (who has only listened to it once) thinks its a bit crazy. Its a great mixture of fun, information and practical tips brought to you by a great bunch of people who are passionate about the environment and the planet we live on. Keep up the good work Heather and the team - you are a breath of fresh air!
Thanks Belsfurry

An apple a day keeps the doctor away!

By Heather 10 years ago


It’s a celebration of the humble apple today from the Wiggly sofa. Rachel Harries reports for this week’s show from a Herefordshire orchard where she has been learning about (and sampling) old varieties of apple, some of which are very rare. You can read up about all sorts of orchard news on the England in Particular web site.

Richard confesses to Farmer Phil that he has allowed a visiting group to scrump all the apples from the Wiggly garden and Rachel demonstrates the amazing apple peeler and corer.

Richard also tells us all about the little grown vegetable salsify and what you can do with it.

To listen to the whole of the Wiggly podcast click here.


Below is a taster of what’s on this week’s show:

00:23 Welcome to the apple shopping channel from Rich, Farmer Phil & “the not so young” Rachel H
06:19 Rachel talks to Frank Hemming about some amazing old varieties of apple.
14:35 Local apples are good, especially those from the Wiggly garden and ones used to make cider!
18:56 Richard gives us the low down on sensational salsify.
23:07 The team discusses the merits of heritage varieties of potatoes and why they are so important.

The Wiggly Wigglers podcast team is Heather Gorringe, Phil Gorringe (akaFarmer Phil) and Richard Fishbourne (aka Ricardo).