Diana Rodgers of Sustainable Dish
Join me as I speak to Diana Rodgers of Sustainable Dish, Nutritionaist, farmer, advocate and now author and filmaker. Diana's passion is how food feeds us whilst feeding the environment. We discuss the place of livestock in a sustainable food system, the future of food and of course her book and the accompanying film , Sacred Cow
Cathy St Germans of Farms to Feed Us
Mary Quicke of Quicke’s Traditional Cheddar
Join me as I chat to one of my all time favourite cheese people, Mary Quicke. We talk via Zoom (of course) about how Quicke's was hit in the early days of Covid19, we discuss the comparison with foot and mouth and we also touch on the future of food in the UK in particular the trade deals with the US and how that could cause untold damage to our food and farming communities.
Mike Thompson of Mike’s Fancy Cheese
James and Susanna Forbes of Little Pomona Orchard and Cidery
Join me as I chat through Zoom to two of the country's foremost Cider makers and communicators. James and Susanna set up Little Pomona in 2015 following careers in wine and journalism, they create beautifully crafted, naturally made ciders, a real reflection of the Herefordshire countryside.
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Martin Gott of St James Cheese
Patrick Holden of Hafod Cheese and The Sustainable Food Trust
Andy Swinscoe of the Courtyard Dairy 2.0
Carlos Yescas of Oldways Cheese Coalition
Join me as I speak to Carlos Yescas, former diplomat and now cheesemonger. Born in bred in Mexico now living in the US, Carlos is an advocate for Raw milk production and speaks amazingly about the socio-economic effects of Covid-19 in the US, in Mexico and around the world.