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The National Trust Podcast takes you on an audio adventure through some of the UK’s greatest landscapes, walks, gardens, homes and collections. You’ll uncover the hidden stories, learn about the fascinating characters and meet the wonderful people that make all our places so special. New episodes are released every two weeks. To learn more about audio programmes from the National Trust go to http://nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts
 
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On this episode of the National Links Trust Podcast, NLT co-founder, Mike McCartin, discusses an update on the rehabilitation of Rock Creek Park Golf project. Mike specifically walks the listeners through a published plan for the property, available for viewing at the link below. View the plan here: NationalLinksTrust.org/future-of-rock-creek-golf …
 
Spring 2023 audio edition highlights We hope the spring issue of National Trust Magazine will inspire you to get out and about to experience all the season has to offer. Find out how we’ve been working with people and other conservation charities to start conversations about nature, and come up with a plan to protect it for future generations. We’r…
 
Jeremy Wilson (@PairedUpGolf) has spent the last year traveling across the US playing municipal courses and documenting the stories of the random people he was paired up with at each one. The end result will be a book about his journey. In this episode of the “National Links Trust Podcast,” Jeremy shares the origins of the project, stories from the…
 
A covert and secretive wilderness lies just off the Suffolk coast. Endangered plants and animals make their home alongside eerie abandoned buildings, with rumours of strange goings-on having shrouded this place for years. Uncover the truth about the dangers lurking beneath the surface at one of our most unusual places, Orford Ness. Look out for a n…
 
Marcus Byrd, a Washington, DC native, grew up at Langston Golf Course. Today, he competes as a professional golfer on the APGA Tour while trying to gain status within the PGA Tour. In this episode, Marcus details his upbringing at Langston, talks through his journey through the game of golf from junior tournaments to competing in college to his pro…
 
Many of us grew up reading about Peter Rabbit and Mrs Tiggywinkle, but how much do you know about the woman behind the stories? In this episode we explore the lesser-known sides of Beatrix Potter. Discover how her love of natural science, fascination with fungi and knack for sheep farming formed the author we know and love. Experience the remarkabl…
 
Just beneath our feet lies a hidden world of ancient curiosities and undiscovered treasures. But laying your hands on them and figuring out exactly what they are requires some extra special underfloor sleuthing to sort the rubbish from the rarities. An archaeological adventure awaits in the story of the Dust Detectives… Thank you to Anna Forrest, M…
 
There’s a midnight party happening deep in the woods. Meet the ravers, movers and shakers as they emerge from slumber to rule nature’s nightclub. To explore Cragside by daylight listen to Episode 110: The Inventor's Playground. Find out more about staying overnight at a National Trust place here: nationaltrust.org.uk/holidays Browse all our podcast…
 
Host Alex Dickson talks with Christine Fraser of Christine Fraser Design about her background in golf course architecture, her vision of the future of the game, and more. Christine will be a panelist at National Links Trust's 2022 Symposium on Municipal Golf on October 24th-26th in Washington, DC. More about Christine Fraser: Having grown up learni…
 
The National Links Trust Podcast is back and with a brand new host! Alex Dickson of the "Beltway Golfer" podcast has signed on as host and will guide us through conversations with municipal golf stakeholders and golfers around the country. For the first episode of Alex's tenure, we welcome on National Links Trust co-founder, Will Smith. Smith share…
 
If historic houses are the treasure boxes that keep the jewels within them safe, what happens when the box starts to fall apart? Find out how one precious item was left hanging when the walls around it crumbled, until conservators devised a rescue plan. A contribution from the sale of every roll of Little Greene wallpaper will be made in support of…
 
Hiking, running, and cycling can be great ways to get from A to B for the environmentally conscious traveller. But for a truly alternative mode of transport why not embrace the power of the paddle? Discover more about paddlesports at National Trust places here: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/features/best-places-to-kayak-and-canoe Some National T…
 
Autumn 2022 audio edition highlights We hope the autumn audio issue of National Trust Magazine will help you to celebrate the coming season as the leaves turn gold and the air becomes fresh. We’re welcoming you outside to explore a garden in the sky in central Manchester and inside, to listen to the sounds of county houses once filled with music an…
 
Mae'r Gymraeg yn un o ieithoedd byw hynaf Ewrop, ond pa ran chwaraeodd ffermdy bychan ger Penmachno yng ngoroesiad yr iaith hyd heddiw? Ymunwch a Betsan Powys wrth iddi fynd ar siwrne i Dŷ Mawr Wybrnant i ddysgu mwy am Esgob William Morgan, un o gewri'r genedl sy'n cael ei adnabod gan lawer fel gwaredwr yr iaith Gymraeg. Click here to hear this sto…
 
Speaking and reading the language of your country of origin is something many people take for granted. But for many in the country of Wales, being able to engage with these elements of Welsh heritage takes on a much greater significance. That's because if it wasn’t from a very special man and a very special book, these elements of Wales' culture co…
 
At Knole house in Kent, there’s an endangered red list species lurking amid the antique furniture. And after remaining at the property for hundreds of years, the house team are doing all they can to ensure its survival for the future. To find out more about Annabel Westman's book, Fringe, Frog and Tassel you can click here…
 
We hope the summer issue of National Trust Magazine will fill you with the joys of summer as our gardens start to bloom. Take a tour of 20 Forthlin Road with Mike McCartney who grew up here with his brother Paul. Mike shares his memories in an intimate look at the early days of the Beatles. We’ll also reflect on the many Trust places which have hos…
 
We hope the spring issue of National Trust Magazine will lift your spirits and fill you with inspiration as we begin the New Year. Our cover feature explores the remarkable story of world-famous children’s author and illustrator Beatrix Potter, and her journey from a stifling Victorian London upbringing to become a passionate Lake District conserva…
 
As a Black Brit from London, for Sean going out for a hike used to feel like an alien concept. However, after 4 years working at the Trust, he’s now developed a love for all things Wilderness. His sister, like many others, has never been for a hike in her life. Can Sean convince her to embrace the outdoors on her first ever hike or will she be on t…
 
Jo and Katherine continue their bikepacking adventure along the Cornish and Devon coast. This time, they’re given some unexpected assistance, come face to face with some curious creatures and visit one of the Trust’s most Quirky properties. You can find terms and conditions for our our bikepacking competition here:https://nationaltrust.org.uk/ntp10…
 
The autumn audio edition of National Trust Magazine brings together all that makes the season special with the Trust. We hope it will inspire you to head outdoors and take joy from the beautiful colours and bright frosty days, or to snuggle up at home with a seasonal recipe and a good book. Autumn is a magical time to explore woodlands. Bushcraft e…
 
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