Adam Henson talks about Jeremy Clarkson, BBC Countryfile and the importance of game meat. Country Food Trust ambassador Adam and CFT chief executive Tim Woodward are on the stage at the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre for an interview by Charlie Jacoby.
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How are your foxes doing, Tony Blair? – FieldsportsChannel Podcast, episode 46
26:34In 2004, Tony Blair restricted hunting with hounds because, he said, it was good for the welfare of the fox. Since then, some estimates put UK fox numbers down 40%. Former head of the League Against Cruel Sports Jim Barrington and journalist Richard Negus want to know if Blair was right or wrong. Plus they want to know what the current prime minister, Boris Johnson, thinks he is doing by introducing and animal sentience bill. They talk to Charlie at the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre in July 2021.
Daniel Zeichner MP, shadow environment secretary – FieldsportsChannel Podcast, episode 45
19:03You can’t win an election without winning rural seats. That’s Sir Keir Starmer’s credo. The man he has appointed to shadow the countryside is Daniel Zeichner MP, and he came to the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre tent. It’s all part of Labour’s Rural England Policy Review. Take part in Labour’s Rural England Policy Review Click here for Henry Dimbleby’s National Food Strategy Thanks to BASC for inviting him.
Adam Henson – FieldsportsChannel Podcast, episode 44
20:05Adam Henson talks about Jeremy Clarkson, BBC Countryfile and the importance of game meat. Country Food Trust ambassador Adam and CFT chief executive Tim Woodward are on the stage at the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre for an interview by Charlie Jacoby. For the Country Food Trust, visit TheCountryFoodTrust.org
What it's like to shoot at the Olympics – FieldsportsChannel Podcast, episode 43
30:11Peter Wilson and Matt French are two of the most decorated athletes who have shot for Team GB. Recorded with interviewer Charlie Jacoby at the Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre 2021, they explain what it's like to go into an Olympics as a shooter. However, their original sport, double trap, no longer exists at the Olympics. Peter criticises the way the International Shooting Sports Federation handled the cancellation of a clayshooting discipline. Matt now shoots Olympic Skeet and Peter Olympic Trap. They talk about the future of shooting at the Olympics.
How the French face the anti-hunting threat – FieldsportsChannel Podcast, episode 42
17:06While British antis put on black balaclavas and carry martial arts weapons, in France they put on clown masks and carry chainsaws. It’s a lot more dangerous and a lot more impassioned. How do you face this threat in the media? Step forward Richard sur Terre, a YouTube channel that has become one of the major voices in the fight against anti-hunters in France. In this interview, Richard explains what he is trying to do and how he does it. Click here for Richard sur Terre's YouTube channel
Debunking the Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting – Fieldsports Channel Podcast, episode 41
30:30Eduardo Gonçalves brought out three books in 2020 supporting his own Campaign to Ban Trophy Hunting and we have found someone who has read them. Charlie Jacoby talks to Jens Ulrik Høgh from the Nordic Safari Club For the full story, visit Fcha.nl/fieldsportschannelpodcast41
Getting to know Cai ap Bryn – Fieldsports Channel Podcast, episode 40
1:02:32A slight change in podcast style this episode as David and Aaron thought it would be a good idea to hijack the Fieldsports radio station and call Cia ap Bryn. you may know Cai as our star in the hunt & cook series. However did you know he works in the nuclear industry? Has discovered a taste for testicles thanks to his mate trigger, and he was born not only in the same village but in the same building as our very own David Wright! As you will hear Cai is passionate about hunting and cooking. Reconnecting people with the idea of hunting delicious, sustainable wild meat and cooking it over an open flame is something that we humans have been mastering and enjoying for millennia. To find out more about Cai and his company Game and Flames then goto: gameandflames.com
An alternative approach to guiding - Fieldsports Channel Podcast, episode 39
47:01Oliver Rampley runs a new kind of guiding - a holistic approach to wildlife where hunting is one part of the story. ind out how he sees the world, and how he stalked an extraordinary perruque roebuck this summer. For more from Oliver, visit AltanaEurope.com
Charlie's dad – FieldsportsChannel Podcast, episode 38
51:29Charlie Jacoby talks to his father, Martin Jacoby about Martin’s life as a natural historian, his views on how natural history and species work, the history of humankind, and why shooting butterflies is a good idea. He puts forward his ideas about DNA, why we hunt, and why hunting is an essential part of humanity. Dad’s reading list The Human Population Tsunami: how it could be managed by Martin Jacoby Grooming gossip and the origin of language by Robin Dunbar What is Life? by Addie Pross Biophilia by EO Wilson The Otter by James Williams
Scotland's hare ban madness – FieldsportsChannel Podcast, episode 37
16:01The antis ambushed Scotland's political process and, in under a week in June 2020, they pushed through a ban on catching or killing mountain hares. The world of wildlife management has been left reeling. Scottish wildlife manager Niall Rowantree and English 'tourist' falconer Roy Lupton discuss what happened, and what's going to happen to Scotland's hares, with additional material from Clayton Fletcher in South Africa and Jason Doyle in Ireland. Thanks to Niall Rowantree WestHighland-Hunting.co.uk Roy Lupton Clayton Fletcher TinasheGroup.co.za Jason Doyle To see our Eaglecam films in full, visit Fcha.nl/eaglecam and Fcha.nl/eaglecam-2 For our piece about coursing in Ireland, go to Fcha.nl/how-coursing-helps-hares