Month: September 2020
S1E14 – Jules & Steve Horrell
My guests for this final episode of the series are Jules and Steve Horrell - the husband and wife team who between them run the food and hospitality at Durslade Farm, the Somerset home of Hauser and Wirth.
S1E13 Abigail Willis
Secret Gardens of Somerset is the work of writer and gardening enthusiast Abigail Willis. After working at some of the country's most prestigious art institutions, and writing for national newspapers, Abigail moved to Somerset and discovered a passion for the gardens that surrounded her here.
S1E12 Lynne Franks
Lynne Franks is one of the most influential figures in British contemporary fashion and culture. She is at the forefront of women's activism, and supports networks of entrepreneurs around the world with her Seed community, books, and workshops. Lynne has created The Seed Hub in Wincanton, a centre for wellbeing, nurturing, healing, and inspiration. We talk about the highlights of her fascinating career, and her thoughts and vision for a new future.
S1E11 Mark Olver
Mark Olver is a central figure in Bristol's stand-up comedy scene. He has worked with everyone in the industry - from long-term friend, Russell Howard, to Flight of The Conchords. Mark's series of "Belly Laughs" events raises money for a homeless charity, while his recently launched online comedy panel show "Who said that?" has proved that Zoom meetings can be funny. We chatted about the south west's comedy scene, collaboration amongst comedians, and how to deal with the repetition of doing TV warm-up.