Interesting podcasts. possibly useful more for new gardeners or those gardening in the Mountains/Highlands or Antarctica.
There is a gardener's question time and even a Scottish gardening show!
I am so glad my great great great grandmother stole a hanky and was transported to Tasmania, otherwise I'd be trying to grow cabbages and turnips on some cold windy UK moor.
Q-Why do you fill up your watering cans in the morning and water seedlings at night?
A-So the icy morning water doesn't shock your plants
Q-Why should you not use grass clippings in compost?
a_ Because they turn to slime
(No, mine turn to hay!)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/douganDougan Does Gardening
Sue Dougan brings you tips and advice on horticulture in Cambridgeshire. Sue and guests update you with news on the gardening jobs for the week ahead, allotment tips, plant of the week and features on gardening heritage in the county.
Nothing available today
The Irish Podcast was nostalgic for me, sounding like my grandmother.
The garden Guides might be more useful
Only the Poms would have a guide to ethical gardening while laying land mines in Afghanistan.
PSEthical gardening - look into alternative ways to make the most of your garden
Tray of plants
Buying plants ethically
Find out ethical ways to increase your plant stock
Adopt ethical or alternative methods when creating a patio or path
* Plastic pots: is there an ethical alternative?
* Sourcing ethical wood
* The ethics of using peat
* Using chemicals ethically
SCi Fi fans might like to catch up with the serilaised Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. The new book by Eoin Colfler--it is good.