Tales from Titchmarsh
Alan Titchmarsh takes a wry look over the garden fence, with plenty of anecdote, humour and fun along the way, in this 10-part podcast series
In this 10-part series of short and sweet podcasts, Alan Titchmarsh reflects on life in the garden – from ways to be thrifty, to the importance of having a good shed, and tricks for getting kids into gardening. Enjoy new episodes every Tuesday and Thursday.
Episode ten: Being optimistic
Who knows what the new year ahead will hold in store, but Alan Titchmarsh reflects on how the weather will keep us on our toes.
Episode nine: Being patient
We all find it difficult to be patient at times, but Alan Titchmarsh shares why it's worth the effort when it comes to gardening.
Episode eight: Festive books
With Christmas around the corner, Alan Titchmarsh shares his favourite books to get you in the festive spirit.
Episode seven: Christmas gifts
Just what do you buy the gardener who has everything for Christmas? Alan Titchmarsh shares his festive gift wishlist.
Episode six: Being thrifty
What are the best ways to be thrifty when gardening? Alan Titchmarsh shares his top tips for making the pounds go further.
Episode five: Kids and gardening
Just how do you get kids interested in gardening? Alan Titchmarsh, now a grandfather, reveals the secrets he's gleaned over the years.
Episode four: Language
How important is it to pronounce things properly? Alan Titchmarsh explores the way we all say our plant names...
Episode three: Chickens
Don't be fooled by chickens, says Alan Titchmarsh, particularly if moorhens are on the scene.
Episode two: Sheds
Alan Titchmarsh reveals the importance of the humble garden shed and why his is home to a cuckoo clock.
Episode one: Using our gardens
Alan Titchmarsh reflects on why gardens are about so much more than gardening.
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