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In the autumn issue we’re celebrating woodlands with Ray Hawes, the Trust’s Head of Trees and Woodlands. He shares his lifelong love of trees and why he’s spent a career looking after woodlands for nature and people alike. 

Discover what the paint colour on our walls can reveal about the past with Paintings Conservation Adviser Christine Sitwell, follow in the footsteps of the Anglo-Saxons at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk and learn what it takes to conserve one of the oldest and largest tapestries in Trust care from Textile Conservation Studio Manager Maria Jordan. 

You can listen to individual articles at these timecodes:   00:00:00 - Introduction and Editor's Letter 00:01:51 - News 00:04:46 - Special Report  00:08:56 - From the Director-General 00:11:33 - Woodlands - interview with Ray Hawes 00:25:39 - If Walls Could Talk - with Christine Sitwell 00:33:56 - Reimagining the Workhouse 00:42:12 - Riverlands 00:51:46 - Sutton Hoo 01:00:19 - An object I love 01:06:28 - From You 01:10:52 - What's On 01:14:15 – Credits 

Look out for new episodes of this podcast in January, May and September. We’d love to hear your thoughts about it. Please email your feedback to: magazine@nationaltrust.org.uk

To listen to more podcasts from the National Trust, go to:
https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts   Members of the Trust receive the print magazine free of charge. Full of behind the scenes stories and beautiful photography, we hope it will inspire you with all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust. To find out more about membership go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/join-us

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    We hope the summer issue of National Trust Magazine will inspire you to enjoy all that summer has to offer across the Trust. First we’re escaping into a garden with Rebecca Bevan, author of new Trust book ‘School of Gardening’, who explains how to identify the spirit of a garden and bring it to life in your own space. We also share how some of the Trust’s smaller properties are welcoming visitors back slightly differently following the pandemic and explore how a former golf course is becoming a rich space for people and nature at the Trust’s first stretch of coast in Lincolnshire. You can listen to individual articles at these timecodes: 00:00:00 - Introduction and Editor's Letter 00:01:13 - News From Around The Trust 00:09:31 – From The Director General  00:13:43 – Escape into a Garden 00:31:23 – Escaping into Nature 00:38:01 – A Generous Gift 00:43:29 – Small Wonders 00:51:06 - Sandilands 00:59:48 – An Object I Love 01:04:03 - From You – including Why I volunteer 01:09:08 – What’s On - Events & Heritage Open Days 01:13:17 - Credits To listen to more podcasts from the National Trust, go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts Members of the Trust receive the print magazine free of charge. Full of behind the scenes stories and beautiful photography, we hope it will inspire you with all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust. To find out more about membership go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/join-us
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    7: Issue 152 - Spring 2021

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    We hope the spring issue of the National Trust Magazine will inspire you to enjoy all that the season has to offer across the Trust.  We start by celebrating the beauty of blossom and share how a new project aims to plant circles of blossoming trees across the country. Hear the stories behind five special objects in the Trust’s collections which feature in a new book, discover how 20th-century Castle Drogo in Devon has finally been made watertight for the first time, and be inspired to grow your own herbs in our food feature ‘A pinch of magic’.  You can listen to individual articles at these timecodes: 00:00:00 - Introduction and Editor's Letter 00:01:28 - News From Around The Trust 00:07:05 – Member Broadcast 00:08:59 - From The Director General 00:13:34 – Blossom Season 00:24:10 – A Destiny Fulfilled 00:33:57 – Meet Katie Archer 00:37:38 – From the Trust’s Collections 00:47:53 - A Brief History of the Handbook 00:53:39 – A Pinch of Magic 00:59:15 - From You – including Why I volunteer 01:04:45 – My Membership and Me 01:07:00 – What’s On 01:11:41 - Credits To listen to more podcasts from the National Trust, go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts   Members of the Trust receive the print magazine free of charge. Full of behind the scenes stories and beautiful photography, we hope it will inspire you with all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust. To find out more about membership go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/join-us
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    6: Issue 151 - Autumn 2020

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    After a summer like no other, this ‘welcoming you back’ issue takes readers behind the scenes to discover what’s been happening at the Trust over the past few months, including caring for places and making them ready for your return.  Discover how members spent their time in lockdown and share in special moments from first visits back to Trust places. Explore seasonal harvest traditions, autumnal every day nature, and how a pair of beavers is changing the river habitat at Holnicote for the better. You can listen to individual articles at these timecodes:   00:00:00 - Introduction and Editor's Letter 00:03:56 - Welcoming You Back 00:19:02 - News From Around The Trust 00:22:58 - From The Director General 00:27:03 - National Trust AGM Report 2020 00:29:40 - Everyone Welcome 00:34:49 - An Object I Love l00:38:51 - Everyday Nature 00:46:23 - A Portrait of The National Trust 00:58:10 - Feasting on Folklore 01:05:03 - From You 01:10:31 - Credits Look out for new episodes of this podcast in January, May and September. We’d love to hear your thoughts about it. Please email your feedback to: magazine@nationaltrust.org.uk To listen to more podcasts from the National Trust, go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts   Members of the Trust receive the print magazine free of charge. Full of behind the scenes stories and beautiful photography, we hope it will inspire you with all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust. To find out more about membership go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/join-us
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    5: Issue 150 - Summer 2020

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    While we're all in lockdown, we're delighted to be able to bring you your summer audio edition of National Trust Magazine. We hope it brings back happy memories of your past visits and reminds you of all the wonderful places we're keeping safe for you for when you're able to return.   The summer issue is a particularly special one, as it's a 'reader takeover'. Every feature has been written or suggested by a member as an extra 'thank you' for your support in our 125th anniversary year.   Discover what it's really like to live in a Trust house. Explore our members' favourite 'hidden gems' - some of the smaller, local places that touch their hearts and join a member on a memorable walk on the South West Coast Path with a Trust ranger. Of course, all visits were conducted before the current lockdown began.   We also bring you a special message from The President of the National Trust, His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, and another from Director-General Hilary McGrady. We hope you enjoy it.  You can listen to individual articles at these timecodes: 00:00:00 - Introduction and Director General’s Letter 00:04:02 - Forward from His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales 00:08:56 - From You   00:14:49 – Hidden Gems  00:31:37 – Conservation Conversations  00:44:24 – No Place Like Home  00:54:09 – An Object I Love 00:58:16 – Connected Lives 01:06:41 – News 01:11:41 – Credits  Look out for new episodes of this podcast in September, January and May. We’d love to hear your thoughts about it. Please email your feedback to: magazine@nationaltrust.org.uk To listen to more podcasts from the National Trust, go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts   Members of the Trust receive the print magazine free of charge. Full of behind the scenes stories and beautiful photography, we hope it will inspire you with all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust. To find out more about membership go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/join-us
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    4: Issue 149 - Spring 2020

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    The spring issue is a special anniversary edition of the magazine as the Trust celebrates 125 years of looking after beautiful, natural and historic places for the nation. Discover the three remarkable people who together formed the National Trust, and hear from staff, volunteers and members about how spending time in nature helps uplift and inspire them.  Find out how contemporary art installations are temporarily transforming Ickworth in Suffolk as part of £5 million conservation project ‘Ickworth Uncovered’, hear from the Trust’s National Specialist for Climate Change about how the Trust is rising to the challenge of a changing climate at the places we care for, and learn how a microscope changed the life of 18 year-old Mary Ward of Castle Ward in County Down. You can listen to individual articles at these timecodes: 00:00:00 - Introduction and Editor's Letter 00:15:21 - Nature Connection and Wellbeing 00:30:59 - Founding a Future 00:46:57 - Climate Change 00:53:13 - Ickworth Uncovered 01:02:28 - An Object I Love - interview 01:06:55 - From You 01:10:22 - What's On 01:13:50 - Credits Look out for new episodes of this podcast in May, September and January. We’d love to hear your thoughts about it. Please email your feedback to: magazine@nationaltrust.org.uk To listen to more podcasts from the National Trust, go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts   Members of the Trust receive the print magazine free of charge. Full of behind the scenes stories and beautiful photography, we hope it will inspire you with all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust. To find out more about membership go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/join-us  
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    3: Issue 148 - Autumn 2019

    1:15:11

    In the autumn issue we’re celebrating woodlands with Ray Hawes, the Trust’s Head of Trees and Woodlands. He shares his lifelong love of trees and why he’s spent a career looking after woodlands for nature and people alike.  Discover what the paint colour on our walls can reveal about the past with Paintings Conservation Adviser Christine Sitwell, follow in the footsteps of the Anglo-Saxons at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk and learn what it takes to conserve one of the oldest and largest tapestries in Trust care from Textile Conservation Studio Manager Maria Jordan.  You can listen to individual articles at these timecodes:   00:00:00 - Introduction and Editor's Letter 00:01:51 - News 00:04:46 - Special Report  00:08:56 - From the Director-General 00:11:33 - Woodlands - interview with Ray Hawes 00:25:39 - If Walls Could Talk - with Christine Sitwell 00:33:56 - Reimagining the Workhouse 00:42:12 - Riverlands 00:51:46 - Sutton Hoo 01:00:19 - An object I love 01:06:28 - From You 01:10:52 - What's On 01:14:15 – Credits  Look out for new episodes of this podcast in January, May and September. We’d love to hear your thoughts about it. Please email your feedback to: magazine@nationaltrust.org.uk To listen to more podcasts from the National Trust, go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts   Members of the Trust receive the print magazine free of charge. Full of behind the scenes stories and beautiful photography, we hope it will inspire you with all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust. To find out more about membership go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/join-us
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    2: Issue 147 - Summer 2019

    1:14:25

    In this issue, as well as the usual news, features and letters, you’ll also find out how you can get unbelievably close to seabirds on Northumberland’s Farne Islands. Discover the forgotten treasure that is Yorkshire’s, Wentworth Castle Gardens and hear from our Libraries Curator, who shares an object that has a special place in his heart.   We create this audio version of our members' magazine for our blind and partially sighted members.   You can listen to individual articles at these timecodes:   00:00:00 - Introduction and Editor's Letter 00:02:00 - News and From the Director-General  00:08:47 - Nature Safari 00:08:47 - Yorkshire's forgotten treasure 00:32:08 - Across the pond 00:36:50 - Meet the artists 00:42:28 - HumanKind 00:49:07 - An object I love       00:55:33 - Back to the future 01:04:00 - From You    01:06:51 - Meet Shaune Blight           01:10:22 - What's On 01:13:21 - Credits   Look out for new episodes of this podcast in January, May and September. We’d love to hear your thoughts about it. Please email your feedback to: magazine@nationaltrust.org.uk To listen to more podcasts from the National Trust, go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/podcasts   Members of the Trust receive the print magazine free of charge. Full of behind the scenes stories and beautiful photography, we hope it will inspire you with all there is to discover and be part of with the National Trust. To find out more about membership go to: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/join-us
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    1: Issue 146 - Spring 2019

    1:14:06

    The National Trust Magazine is our ‘thank you’ to our members for helping us to look after special places. We’ve created this audio version so our blind and partially sighted members, or those who prefer to listen rather than read, can enjoy the magazine too. Look out for new episodes of this podcast in January, May and September. You can listen to individual articles and interviews at these timecodes: 00:00 - Editor's Letter 01:52 - News 05:45 - From the Director-General 09:02 - Patrick Begg, Outdoors and Natural Resources Director 12:19 - 124th AGM of the National Trust 16:05 - People's Landscapes introduction 18:50 - Interview with Tom Freshwater, Head of Public Programmes 22:38 - Kinder Scout mass trespass 26:58 - Tolpuddle Martyrs' Tree 28:41  - Runnymede 31:04 - New Light on old masters 40:14 - Interview with Rupert Goulding, Co-Curator of the 'Prized Possessions' exhibit 46:21 - Future Paths 55:24 - Interview with Nigel Cassin 58'14 - Staying somewhere special 63:35 - An object I love 67:43 - From you 01:10:53 - What's on

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