Dec 31, 2013
Those of us in the northern hemisphere are missing the sounds of our bees, so here is a recording I made in Spring 2011, followed by a complete recording of The Bee Song, written for this podcast by Lara Conley.
You can find more of Lara's music here https://myspace.com/laraconleymusic
This is a video I shot of her the...
Sep 21, 2013
Part 2 of my Findhorn series (there may be a Part 3 as well) is a conversation with long-term Findhorn resident and self-declared 'feral elder', Craig Gibsone.
We cover a lot of territory in this interview, including bees, permaculture, war and peace, life and death. And the 250-year flood that may wipe Findhorn off...
Aug 27, 2013
I recently visited the Findhorn community, near Inverness, to help them build a top bar hive and talk about natural beekeeping.
The first voice is that of 92-year-old Dorothy Maclean, the only survivor of the original group of three - the other two being Eileen and Peter Caddy - who started what became the...
Aug 14, 2013
Recorded at the 2013 Friends of the Bees unConvention.
'Inner Beekeeping' is about the way our interactions with bees affects us internally. Everyone's experience may be different, yet there is a lot of commonality.
A wide-ranging discussion, unfortunately with some intrusive background noise at times.
Jul 8, 2013
Kate Bradbury is well known to UK gardeners from her contributions to Gardeners' Question Time and as the former editor of Gardeners' World magazine. Her new book, The Wildlife Gardener, is available from Kyle Books - http://www.kylebooks.com/display.asp?ISB=%229780857831576%22
Kate gave a talk in May 2013 at Sharpham...