Watch our Topical Talks series for a fascinating collection of interviews
The final episode in our Topical Talks series is now available – tune in as we explore everything from sustainable farming and foraging to rewilding and dark skies.
Topical Talks is a new project by CPRE Gloucestershire launched in 2021. Each month, we chatted online with local experts and explored a wide range of topics and initiatives taking place across the county. We recently filmed the final episode on Tree Management and Agroforestry with Jeremy Evans from the Woodland Trust. You can watch this, and the entire series on our Topical Talks page.
We’d like to thank our interviewer, Mark Hurrell and all our participants for creating such an insightful programme.
About our Interviewer
Mark Hurrell has lived in Gloucestershire for over 30 years and was the editor of BBC Radio Gloucestershire from 2002 to 2016. His career in the media has been long and varied including a spell at BBC Points West TV where he was a regular presenter and reporter. Mark also worked on the BBC‘s coverage of WW1 and other major projects. He is a governor at the King’s School, Gloucester and was involved in the setting up of the Pied Piper appeal. In his spare time Mark is a keen amateur singer and supporter of Gloucester Rugby.