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The world is so much more than what we know, and only through understanding it better can we make informed decisions. This podcast aims to bring impactful, entertaining and insightful conversations from a global array of guests. Some famous, some you won’t have heard of. From famous explorers, to renowned scientists and just good people, all have a story to tell which we can take something from. Topics are wide ranging, with a backbone centred on conservation, including hunting, fishing, exp ...
 
Hosted in the horse box - Kate and Claire travel the countryside chatting to inspiring people about wildlife, farming and field sports - while you relax at home! Fed up with celebrity culture? Join us as we listen to the hidden stories behind the banjo-playing farrier and the recently retired racecourse executive, who ran two of Englands premier racecourses. So here we go ...... load the lorry, rev the engine and enjoy the ride!Contact us on fromthehorsebox@gmail.com we would love any feedba ...
 
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A friend of the show from overseas, Johnny Carter joins the Birdshot Podcast to talk about hunting and shooting in the UK. Show Highlights: Driven shooting, fact versus fiction The role of Gamekeepers TGS Outdoors YouTube channel Upland birds of the UK The UK gun market Tune in to this episode of the Birdshot Podcast for a conversation on shotguns …
 
Jodie Case is an owl nut. Representing the Owl Box Initiative, she brings an owl box to the stage of the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre. She explains how to make the ideal owl box, to attract owls to your garden, plus talks about her work researching owls. For more, go to @OwlBoxInit and @JCaseNature Find out about the OBI on the GWCT website…
 
Host Byron Pace gives a brief run-down of his projects from last year before getting into the first in a new series presented by Swarovski Optik: Living with Nature. Once a month you get to hear from a spectrum of guests from around the globe, from biologists to explorers, answering five questions on how they connect with nature. 1/How do you conne…
 
A discussion on what makes the perfect holiday letting business with Charlie Jacoby in the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre: Andrew Fallows of Carter Jonas advises landowners and farmers on how to diversify – and the rediscovery of UK holidays by locked-down Brits means he has never been business, Meanwhile, Ashley Vellacott turned his Somerset farm …
 
Grouse and woodcock guide Stephen Faust of Stoneybrook Gordon Setters joins the show to give us an update on his hunting season and his bird dogs. Show Highlights: Southeastern woodcock hunting Minnesota grouse and woodcock hunting recap Finding ruffed grouse cover Approaching points in the grouse woods Training grouse dogs Tune in to this episode …
 
Let’s talk lead shot. On stage, at the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre 2021, is Alex Levett-Scrivenor from non-toxic shot company Bioammo, foxshooter and old lead purist Robert Bucknall, and Andrew Gilruth from the GWCT. Host is Charlie Jacoby. The four of them run through the lead shot issues, ask why it has to go, and how much could the shooting o…
 
Avid uplander Keith Marcott joins the show to talk about bird dogs, chukars, huns and more. Show Highlights: Keith’s intro to upland hunting and bird dogs Decades of hunting over brittanies and now English setters The dog’s nose, unproductive points and evaluating individual dogs Choosing a breeder Chukar and Hungarian partridge hunting Tune in to …
 
Tom Davies of Dartmoor Deer Services used the covid lockdowns to get his deerstalking and venison supply businesses underway. He is now supplying local shops, restaurants and has a popular venison box scheme underway, plus he provides butchery courses and guided stalking. For more from Tom, visit DartmoorDeerServices.com Read this story in full: Fc…
 
John Macnab, the 1925 novel by John Buchan, has inspired an entire subculture of imitators, including the taking of a salmon, grouse (or brace) and stag on one day on an estate. John Buchan’s granddaughter Ursula Buchan comes to the Game Fair Theatre to tell Charlie Jacoby the novel’s back story, and a little of the life of her famous forebear. Buy…
 
Author of Appalachian Grouse Dog, Dennis LaBare joins the show to discuss the impact that grouse and grouse dogs have had on his life. Show Highlights: The state of Appalachian grouse from Dennis’ perspective Comparing and contrasting lake states grouse with Appalachian and New England grouse Ruffed grouse habitat Developing young grouse dogs The b…
 
Two Scottish gamekeepers and a gamekeeper’s wife talk to Charlie about the evive conference in Perth in November 2021. They bravely went along and listed to Packham and the RSPB trot out lies about grousemoors. However, they came away convinced that those of us on the side of nature can win this battle, as long as we keep pushing the science behind…
 
Tristan Breijer takes the stage of the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre back in July 2021. He is one of the team behind the MyFieldsports app, known in the rest of the world as the MyHunt app, who wants to use the power of shooters’ mobile phones to put us front and centre in the conservation debate. Read this story in full via our news pages: Fcha.n…
 
Before you put your feet up in front of the fire this Christmas it may be wise to listen to Bethan Richards, who entertains us with her stories of her chimney sweeping in rural West Wales. We have also persuaded some of our North Wales children of all age groups to say a few words or giggles about their Christmas in the country. We look forward to …
 
Founder of Uplander, Cliff Enzor joins the show to break down his first western upland hunt, ruffed grouse hunting and more. Tune in to this episode of the Birdshot Podcast for a conversation on upland hunting and Uplander with Cliff Enzor. Show Highlights: Cliff’s first out-of-state western upland hunt Deer hunting and deer camp in Michigan Ruffed…
 
We bring together two vegans and two hunters to debate the issues. They meet on stage at the 2021 Game Fair at Ragley Hall. Ryan Dalton runs the popular Into The Wild Podcast IntoTheWild.podbean.com Katie Hargreaves is a wildlife artist KatieHargreavesArt.com Paul Childerley is a hunting guide (and so much more) Instagram.com/paulchilderley Charlie…
 
Avid pheasant hunter and shooting coach Bob Brotzel joins the show to discuss his hunting season so far and his involvement in youth shooting sports. A lifelong upland bird hunter and experienced shooting coach, Bob Brotzel has much to share when it comes to chasing birds and coaching shooters. Bob began honing his craft with a single shot .410 whi…
 
After years of telling them that wild meat is good for, it’s traceable and comes with low food miles, the mainstream is picking up on the importance of shooting your own supper. At the Scottish Game Fair 2021, Fife chef Chris Trotter brought together Mark Bush from local food marketing group Great Perthshire, who also runs Summer Harvest Oils, prof…
 
Mike Robinson is a Forloh ambassador, hunter, fisherman, restauranteur, deer manager and TV host to mention just a few things. In this episode we discuss sustainable food sourcing, using wildlife as a resource and how to cook the perfect grouse. This episode is presented by www.forloh.com Podcast partner www.modernhuntsman.com www.byronpace.com inf…
 
There’s something compelling about the mahseer, that great India sporting fish, that has attracted anglers from all over the world - and especially the UK. Now, Norfolk angler Stephen Harper has produced The Mightiest Mahseer. Angling Trust ambassador Martin Salter is also a mahseer angler. He interviews Stephen about the fish, records, angling boo…
 
In the first episode of an ongoing collaboration with Tecovas, the Outpost Series brings you gritty stories of the American West from the people who live, breathe and work on the land. In this episode, we visit Matt Skoglund from North Bridger Bison to talk about land management and regenerative grazing. www.tecovas.com https://www.northbridgerbiso…
 
Avid grouse and woodcock hunter Mike Dziki joins the show to discuss his two favorite birds and pursuing them with his German shorthairs and English cockers. Mike Dziki has been grouse and woodcock hunting for decades, in the eastern US as a child and now primarily hunting in Wisconsin. Mike has had a string of German shorthairs for much of that ti…
 
Editor in chief of Gun Dog Magazine, Kali Parmley, joins the show to recap her hunting season so far and give us an inside look at the magazine. A mid-season conversation with Gun Dog Magazine editor in chief, Kali Parmley, recaps a September Ptarmigan hunt that led Kali high into the Utah mountains as well as a recent Minnesota ruffed grouse hunt.…
 
Bill Harriman – whom you may recognise as an arms expert from BBC TV's Antiques Roadshow – has written the definitive book on the bayonet. He discusses it with Charlie Jacoby at the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre at the Game Fair, Ragley Hall, July 2021. Buy the book from Amazon Read this story in full here…
 
Ian Coghill has written the book that the RSPB, the National Trust, Natural England and Wild Justice ought to read. But they won’t. He explains why moorland is so important to the UK, how gamekeepers have got it right when it comes to moorland management, and how the ‘conservation industry’ (the organisations just mentioned) have got it so, so wron…
 
A tailgate conversation during a mid-hunt break with two members of Minnesota Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. The result of a donation made to Minnesota Backcountry Hunters and Anglers about two years ago, I recently found myself in a new favorite grouse and woodcock cover with two fellow Minnesotans. We had finished an exciting morning of hunting…
 
Launching the Birdshot Podcast with some important updates regarding the show, a Garmin giveaway and more. As most regular listeners of the show will know by now, this episode officially launches the Birdshot Podcast which is a continuation of the podcast hosted by yours truly (Nick Larson) for the past four year. Originally launched in September 2…
 
In 2004, Tony Blair restricted hunting with hounds because, he said, it was good for the welfare of the fox. Since then, some estimates put UK fox numbers down 40%. Former head of the League Against Cruel Sports Jim Barrington and journalist Richard Negus want to know if Blair was right or wrong. Plus they want to know what the current prime minist…
 
You can’t win an election without winning rural seats. That’s Sir Keir Starmer’s credo. The man he has appointed to shadow the countryside is Daniel Zeichner MP, and he came to the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre tent. It’s all part of Labour’s Rural England Policy Review. Take part in Labour’s Rural England Policy Review Click here for Henry Dimble…
 
Justin McGrail joins the show to talk about his early-season hunting trip, bird dog training, and the Upland Institute video series A frequent guest on Ron Boehme’s, The Hunting Dog Podcast, Justin McGrail has been sharing his knowledge of bird dogs and upland hunting with podcast fans for years. More importantly, he’s been learning from and traini…
 
Adam Henson talks about Jeremy Clarkson, BBC Countryfile and the importance of game meat. Country Food Trust ambassador Adam and CFT chief executive Tim Woodward are on the stage at the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre for an interview by Charlie Jacoby. For the Country Food Trust, visit TheCountryFoodTrust.org…
 
Ann Jandernoa of Scout-N-Hunt returns for our annual preseason ruffed grouse and woodcock conversation This year marks the 5th time Ann Jandernoa has joined us on the podcast for our now annual preseason ruffed grouse and woodcock conversation. A wealth of knowledge on all things ruffed grouse, woodcock, mapping and more, Ann gives us an update on …
 
Doug Stewart returns to the podcast to talk about shotguns and shooting and preview his new book The Traditional Side by Side Part 2 Since his first appearance on the podcast, Doug Stewart was compelled to pen the follow up to his first book The Traditional Side by Side. Part 2 takes the reader deeper into the side by side shotguns and vintage gun …
 
This episode is part of our ongoing collaboration with Gunner Kennels, kicked off by a moving conversation with the company founder Addison Edmonds. We hear about his passion for working dogs and how the legacy of his hunting companion Gunner, became the driving force behind the world’s toughest transport kennels. www.gunner.com Podcast partner www…
 
Dominic Curran has enjoyed the full range of equestrian sports and can explain the conservation work which goes alongside them. Worth waiting for the story of Eric's Bar embellished with authentic Scottish commentary!By Kate and Claire
 
Two bird hunters at varying stages of their upland journey, Josh and Leslie Moore have a shared passion, a love of all things wingshooting and upland hunting Co-hosts of the Wing Addiction Podcast, Josh and Leslie Moore join the show to share their passion and excitement for bird dogs, shotguns and upland hunting. As a lifelong bird hunter, Josh ta…
 
Forging his own path into the uplands, Simon Tiedge shares how he got started and where he’s headed in the world of upland bird hunting On the heels of his golden retriever, Simon Tiedge has spent the last 24 months immersing himself into the expansive world that is upland bird hunting. On the verge of his third hunting season, he’s added a Paint R…
 
Brandon Moss returns to the podcast to discuss prairie bird hunting and his new position with Boyt Harness Co. As the lower 48 upland bird season draws ever closer, a Montana resident and lifelong bird hunter joins the show to preview the season and discuss a number of factors influencing the upland bird hunting conversation at the moment, drought …
 
Peter Wilson and Matt French are two of the most decorated athletes who have shot for Team GB. Recorded with interviewer Charlie Jacoby at the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre 2021, they explain what it's like to go into an Olympics as a shooter. However, their original sport, double trap, no longer exists at the Olympics. Peter criticises the way th…
 
In the last of six conservation roundtable episodes, Byron is joined by Jess Johnson, government affairs director at the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, and Ford Van Fossen, conservation and content manager at First Lite to tackle stories from around the world. Stories this week: Tree planting problems: https://news.mongabay.com/2021/05/bad-science-pl…
 
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