The National Trust Magazine is our ‘thank you’ to our members for helping us to look after special places. We’ve created this audio version so our blind and partially sighted members, or those who prefer to listen rather than read, can enjoy the magazine too. Look out for new episodes of this podcast in January, May and September.
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We hope the summer issue of National Trust Magazine will fill you with the joys of summer as our gardens start to bloom. more
We hope the spring issue of National Trust Magazine will lift your spirits and fill you with inspiration as we begin the New Year. Our cover feature explores the remarkable story of world-famous children’s author and illustrator Beatrix Potter, and h... more
The autumn audio edition of National Trust Magazine brings together all that makes the season special with the Trust. We hope it will inspire you to head outdoors and take joy from the beautiful colours and bright frosty days, or to snuggle up at hom... more
Really enjoyed listening to this podcast. I’m not the kind of person who makes much time for reading so was pleasantly surprised to discover this audio version of the magazine for my daily walk into work. I’ve only recently joined the National Trust and haven’t ventured to many places yet but listening to some of these articles has really inspired me to explore. Keep it up! I’m already looking forward to the next issue :)
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National Trust Audio Magazine launched 3 years ago and published 11 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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