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Reasonable Doubts takes an informative and humorous look at religion from a freethinking perspective; offering news and commentary of interest to skeptics, atheists, agnostics, humanists, courageous religious believers looking for a challenge and freethinkers of all persuasions. In addition to interviewing the top minds in skepticism (former guests include Christopher Hitchens, Susan Jacoby, Paul Kurtz, Edward Tabash, DJ Grothe) RD offers regular segments on counter-apologetics, biblical cri ...
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 this show we’re marking Global Entrepreneurship Week, the world's largest festival of entrepreneurship by talking veteran owned tech start-ups. Charlie Jacoby is joined by British Army veterans Jim Hook who is the founder of Seven Technologies Group and Oz Alashe MBE, founder and CEO of CybSafe. Also joining us is Heropreneurs CEO Becci Parriss …
 
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…
 
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…
 
In this show it’s all about low code developments and how companies like Pega Systems are working with the MOD to up skill military personnel and deliver digital transformation across the armed forces. Joining us for this podcast is Australia-based Pega Client Success Manager and British Army veteran Mark Clayden and Ken Stilwell, Chief Operating O…
 
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…
 
In this podcast we're talking to former Royal Navy 2-star Admiral, now Director of the UK Pathfinders at Rebellion Defence, Alex Burton. He spent 10 of his 30-year career on operations across the globe, including the Gulf, Indian Ocean, North Atlantic, Baghdad (where he was awarded the Bronze Star by the United States) and both Arctic and Antarctic…
 
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…
 
While British antis put on black balaclavas and carry martial arts weapons, in France they put on clown masks and carry chainsaws. It’s a lot more dangerous and a lot more impassioned. How do you face this threat in the media? Step forward Richard sur Terre, a YouTube channel that has become one of the major voices in the fight against anti-hunters…
 
In this show we’re talking to Dan Brown, Founder and CEO of the Positive Transformation Group. Dan has worked in technology for the last 20 years. But it hasn't been a straight trajectory to success. He began in a small company called Quintech International. It's a far cry from where he found himself at 15 years old, homeless and on a downward spir…
 
In this special podcast ahead of Armed Forces Day 2021 we’re talking to a team of volunteers who support TechVets and their members as they transition from military to civilian life and into tech and cyber security jobs. We find out why service to others matters and why it's one of the strongest values you'll garner during your time in the forces. …
 
In this show we’re talking to Johnny Mercer MP, former Minister for Defence People and Veterans and a veteran himself. We talk about why he entered politics confidence (or lack of) resilience and grit that military service instills in its people re-writing history veteran care pathways And we ask, has the government got its priorities right when it…
 
In this show we’re discussing how programmes designed to create tech opportunities for marginalised communities and under represented groups – including forces personnel – are the way forward for big business Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. Joining us for this podcast is Steve Nolan, Head of Veteran Liaison at Fortinet (UK and Ca…
 
In this show we’re discussing digital poverty and debating whether cyber security and tech education should be added to the national curriculum. Joining TechVets to discuss, is techUK President Jacqueline de Rojas CBE, Chris Ensor who is the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Deputy Director Cyber Growth, Bethan Smith Executive Headteacher at Da…
 
Eduardo Gonçalves brought out three books in 2020 supporting his own Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting and we have found someone who has read them. Charlie Jacoby talks to Jens Ulrik Høgh from the Nordic Safari Club For the full story, visit Fcha.nl/fieldsportschannelpodcast41
 
In this month's podcast we are discussing cyber security threats to infrastructure and the newly launched UK Fortinet Veteran’s Programme, a scheme that trains up service leavers to combat cyber threats. Host Charlie Jacoby is joined by; Fortinet Veteran’s Programme senior manager Jay Garcia TechVets’ James Murphy TechCrunch Editor-at-large Mike Bu…
 
In this show we discuss stereotypes in the tech industry and how Covid has broadened and complicated the role of cyber security professionals and CTO’s. Joining us is Dave Allen, Chief Technology Officer CYSIAM and a globally recognised cyber expert. We also have Stace Lingate a principal Cyber Consultant, Matt Cole an Senior Technical Consultant p…
 
A slight change in podcast style this episode as David and Aaron thought it would be a good idea to hijack the Fieldsports radio station and call Cia ap Bryn. you may know Cai as our star in the hunt & cook series. However did you know he works in the nuclear industry? Has discovered a taste for testicles thanks to his mate trigger, and he was born…
 
Welcome to TechVets, the podcast. A show dedicated to exploring the world of tech and cyber security through the eyes of industry leaders and ex forces personnel. We’ll delve into the top issues that are shaping global tech debate and we’ll hear real life stories from the people who are driving forward with careers in a global cybersecurity market …
 
Charlie Jacoby talks to his father, Martin Jacoby about Martin’s life as a natural historian, his views on how natural history and species work, the history of humankind, and why shooting butterflies is a good idea. He puts forward his ideas about DNA, why we hunt, and why hunting is an essential part of humanity. Dad’s reading list The Human Popul…
 
The antis ambushed Scotland's political process and, in under a week in June 2020, they pushed through a ban on catching or killing mountain hares. The world of wildlife management has been left reeling. Scottish wildlife manager Niall Rowantree and English 'tourist' falconer Roy Lupton discuss what happened, and what's going to happen to Scotland'…
 
With battles to be fought including trophy hunting, lead shot and the future of gamekeeping, we ask the candidates for the 2020 BASC Council elections – people who care about their shooting – what their views are. How should BASC and the world of shooting approach these and other topics? Is it even BASC’s job? For the full story, visit http://Fcha.…
 
Will coronavirus lead to a game meat ban? Did the BGA sell out to BASC? Incoming BGA chief executive Liam Stokes talks to Charlie Jacoby about the future of his organisation and what he plans for members, for the public, and for government. For more about the BGA, visit BritishGameAlliance.co.uk For more listening options, go to Fcha.nl/fieldsports…
 
How do you get started in shooting when you are young? In his Lockdown Chatshow, Charlie talks to organisers of some of the UK’s biggest young shots programmes: David Florent of the Schools Challenge, Rob Collins of Pass It On Young Sports and Richard Kirkham of Next Generation Shooting, plus deerstalker Alex Vankov. They explain what to do. UK-bas…
 
Beretta and Browning are making respirators for hospital to help the coronavirus effort in Italy and Belgium. Meanwhile, Blaser in Germany is making masks. Daniele Piva, Adrien Koutny and Frederic Hanner talk to Charlie about their companies' efforts. Thanks to: Daniele Piva, http://www.beretta.com Adrien Koutny http://www.browning.eu Frederic Hann…
 
What's going on in the British countryside during the coronavirus? Charlie finds out. Thanks to: Garry Doolan at BASC http://www.basc.org.uk Gamekeepers Welfare Trust video https://www.facebook.com/GamekeepersWelfareTrust/videos/295467491431002/ Tim Pilbeam, Rucksack & Rifle Simon Whitehead http://www.pakefieldferrets.co.uk Frederic Hanner at Blase…
 
It’s shooting sports in the time of coronavirus. What’s going to happen to the 2020 gameshooting season? Chris Horne from GunsOnPegs and gamekeeper / sporting agent Paul Childerley explain what’s happening to shoots. Niall Rowantree from West Highland Hunting talks about how the Highlands of Scotland are coping. What is the world of shooting feelin…
 
Top ferreter Simon Whitehead talks about his lurcher Tawny and friends, including ferrets and some hawk action. ‘She is a honest stamp of a dog and that is all can ask of her,' he says at the Game Fair Theatre 2019. Simon’s website is PakefieldFerrets.co.uk For more of our films with Simon, go to https://www.fieldsportschannel.tv/category/films-wit…
 
Catapults are going global. Presenter of The Catapult show on YouTube, Gamekeeper John, talks about the growth of the sport of slingshots, and shows off his tips and tricks at the Game Fair Theatre 2019. For Gamekeeper John on YouTube, go to YouTube.com/channel/UCAU8t1RCBuep9KVLb1MxtAg Here is the film on our website: Fcha.nl/fieldsportschannelpodc…
 
This is our chat with a former police intelligence officer, who was in charge of researching animal rights activists. He explains their organisation, and how to use the system to get back at them. He refers to two websites: ▶ WhatDoTheyKnow for making FOI requests ▶ Bite Back which is the antis' online brag board ▶ For other ways of listening to th…
 
Vegetarians and the climate change movement: shouldn't they be hunting? With climate change at the top of the agenda and vegetarians arguing that meat-based agriculture is part of the problem, some say vegetarian diets are actually doing more harm than good. At the Game Fair Theatre 2019, Rachel Carrie explores the options. Click here for more abou…
 
Jeremy Wade’s series River Monsters has crossed the divide. It appeals to anglers and non-anglers alike. At the Game Fair Theatre 2019, he talks about his new book: How to Think Like a Fish. Jeremy’s website is JeremyWade.co.uk To buy his book, visit https://amzn.to/2KUyp25 Here is the film on our website: Fcha.nl/fieldsportschannelpodcast17 For al…
 
Barrister and former BASC chairman Peter Glenser QC is one of the best people to end up next to on a shoot lunch. At the Game Fair Theatre 2019, Peter regales with tales from the front line of guns and shooting jurisprudence. For more about BASC, go to BASC.org.uk Here is the film on our website: Fcha.nl/fieldsportschannelpodcast16 For all of Charl…
 
Orvis ambassador and angling guide Marina Gibson explains why she felt the need to launch the Northern Fishing School recently, based at Yorkshire’s Swinton Estate. At the Game Fair Theatre 2019, she asks: can more be done to encourage newcomers to the sport? For more from the Northern Fishing School go to NorthernFishingSchool.com Here is the film…
 
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