Last year I did separate videos of my interviews with the at gardening celebs / presenters and garden designers.
This year I thought it would be better to edit the interviews etc of the show, into one video and that’s exactly what I’ve done in the short video below:
You can see last years videos by clicking: here!
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A few years ago I made a series of short videos which were featured on the Reader’s Digest Magazine website, entitled Wildlife Monthly.
Each month I produced 3 videos around a minute or more, detailing flora and fauna (mainly fauna) for you to look out for; be it in your garden, local park / reserve or further afield.
Below I have included the videos from my May edition(s).
(apologies for the dodgy voice-overs)
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I think ‘Wind-back Wednesday’ should be more of a trend on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and of course, WordPress. It’ll be for those that cannot wait until Thursday (for Throwback Thursday) #WindbackWednesday or #WBW 😉
Anyway… I realised I hadn’t updated my blog in a while and I didn’t share my completed videos of my reporting at BBC Gardener’s World back in June, all of which I have included in this post.
Owen Morgan (Gold/ Best Show Garden) from The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) and Adam Frost from BBC Gardener’s World:
My planting advice and Julie Haylock (Gold / Best Border Garden):
Bee Experience – Clive Joyce from British Bee Keeping Association (BBKA):
My interview with Lucy Hall, Editor of BBC Gardener’s World Magazine:
“Discover urban wildness”
Hello! I’m baaack! 😀 And so is Random Acts of Wildness!
I had work today at 7AM and finished around 2.30PM. Due to that and wanting to blog about what I’d do today, I needed something easy for my Act of Wildness. So of course, I was very pleased that I changed my usual route to work (as I needed to grab breakfast), because I ended up walking passed the Mini-Meadows in the video below!
I ran back after realising what I had saw! And then stood there watching a couple of bees (unsure which ones now) buzzing about the various flowers for a minute – whilst listening to a Blackcap singing in the background! 😃 When I got phone out to film, the bees had flown off, naturally! They must have been camera-shy 🐝 Unfortunately the sound didn’t record (I have a new phone and have sorted out the problem now), but luckily YouTube have provided a lovely soundtrack.
I believe the flowers that are featured most prominently in this video, are Red Campion, Meadow Buttercups and Oxeye Daisies. Correct me if I’m wrong! 👍🏻 🌺
I’m off to somewhere quite special tomorrow, I’ll give you a clue: a Nature Reserve (I’ve never been there before). I best go and pack! 😉
See you tomorrow, for Day 2!