This podcast takes the Ashdown Forest as a springboard for conversations about wildlife. In each episode audio producer, Eka Morgan, goes on a dawn and dusk walk with wildlife guide, Tom Forward. In between dusk and dawn, Eka interviews well-known writers, musicians and wildlife specialists - all recorded in the woodland and on the heath. The Ashdown Forest is 10 square miles of open access land in East Sussex. This podcast is published on 1st of the month, every two months. Please support us by subscribing/following us and leaving a review. Charlie Rose, presenter, BBC South East Today: 'Brilliant podcast. Compulsory listening for everyone - ought to be on prescription.' Isabella Tree, rewilding pioneer: 'This podcast is a total delight and an immersion in nature itself.’ We are producing these podcasts to enhance visitors’ appreciation and understanding of Ashdown Forest and to connect people back to nature. We are actively looking for sponsors for future issues, so please get in tou... more
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Great insight to the Forest! Very professional too! I play a lot of golf on the Forest and enjoy all the wildlife, especially the various deer, the buzzards are magnificent to see swirling away and swooping down as they are harried by the brave (?) crows. I wait every year expectantly for the first cuckoo song! Hopefully future podcasts will include the history of the Forest and how it came into the hands of the Council! Looking forward to following these casts! Keith
Learning about what goes on night and day with Ben and his knowledge of the birds and their songs was fascinating. Claire Balding and Isabella Tree from Knepp are also interviewed. A great new podcast to add to my library.
I have only recently started listening to podcasts and this Ashdown Forest series has completely captivated me! As well as learning so many interesting things about the Forest and nature in general, it has me dreamily lost in the beautiful soundscapes that have been so expertly recorded by Eka and her team.
I’m really enjoying Eka and Tom’s podcasts from Ashdown Forest. I live in a completely different landscape of hills, fields and woods, so it’s really interesting hearing about the wildlife of heathland; and her interviews with Clare Balding and Isabella Tree.
I love this podcast - informative and insightful chat, and wonderful sounds of nature. It’s so refreshing and revealing. It has opened my eyes and ears to the gem of Ashdown Forest
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