The Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast
117 - An Interview with Joe Swift
In this episode, we're joined by garden designer, author, and TV presenter, Joe Swift. Joe is a regular presenter on BBC Gardeners' World and the BBC's coverage of many of the RHS flower shows. Recently Joe has written a series of expert gardening guides, covering a wide range of topics from selecting indoor plants to how to nurture wildlife in a sustainable way. There are five gardening guides in the series and they're available now from HarperCollins: https://harpercollins.co.uk/collections/books-by-joe-swift
Thursday, May 11, 2023
131 - Kitchen Garden Magazine interview with Huw Richards
The KG team chat to YouTuber and permaculture expert Huw Richards Huw is a renowned food growing expert, prolific YouTuber, best-selling author and leading voice in permaculture. Tony and Steve chat to him about his journey into gardening and his innovative approach to growing food. In conjunction with Huw, Readly, the one stop marketplace for digital magazines, has compiled some fascinating insights into our hobby. For more info check out our website: Kitchen gardens are a gardening priority this year says gardening expert, Huw Richards. Readly is currently giving 2 months of unlimited reading to over 7000 digital magazines and newspapers including Kitchen Garden magazine. To take advantage of this super offer visit: www.readly.com/gardening. Offer open until 31 May 2023.
Saturday, April 29, 2023
130 - How to start a new plot with Stephanie Hafferty
Join the team as they chat to no dig expert and KG regular Stephanie Hafferty about starting a new plot from scratch. Steph’s down-to-earth advice and relaxed approach is sure to inspire even the most nervous newcomer to get out into the garden and give growing your own a try. If you’d like to hear more from Steph or learn about her courses you can visit her website: Welcome to No Dig Home - Stephanie Hafferty - Organic Gardener You’ll also find a link to her YouTube channel.
Friday, April 7, 2023
129 - April on the KG Veg Patch
Spring has sprung, and the KG team get together to chat about all the things they have been doing on their plots this month. Steve has been sowing peas, Emma loves her outdoor tomatoes and has some handy top tips while Tony brings us up to date with his very fiery chillies!
Wednesday, March 1, 2023
128 - An Interview with Helena Dove
On this episode of the Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast, we interview kitchen gardener, author, and speaker, Helena Dove.
Sunday, January 1, 2023
127 - Mini Veg with Big Benefits
The winter may be time to give your veg patch a rest but you can still sow crops galore. Emma Rawlings offers some tips on growing microgreens.(Written by Emma Rawlings, read by Rachel Atkins).
Friday, December 16, 2022
126 - Sprouts you'll like
Not a fan of Brussels Sprouts? Then don't worry because this episode is actually about Sprouting Broccoli!Purple Sprouting Broccoli is so delicious and adds a welcome splash of colour to the veg garden. Kitchen Garden editor, Steve Ott, explains how to get the best out of your next sow.
Thursday, December 1, 2022
125 - It just has to be herbs
When it comes to the plants which take the least space in the garden, but create the strongest flavours. Herbs are it. No matter if you have a window box or several allotments, it's worth growing a few herbs to help transform your meals from good to great.(Written by Rob Smith, read by Rachel Atkins).
Monday, November 14, 2022
124 - Just wild about garlic
There's always garlic on hand in Rob Smith's kitchen. This month he explains why.'If there is one thing I love to grow in the garden, it has to be garlic. With it's hot and spicy taste when eaten raw, changing to sweet and flavoursome when cooked' says Rob Smith. That's why there's always garlic on hand in Rob Smith's kitchen. This month he explains why. (Written by Rob Smith, read by Rachel Atkins.