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Podcasts, blogs and interviews on rebugging

I will update this with my latests podcasts about the book and interviews:

A quick video of me introducing my book.

A great fun interview with the Sustainababble crew.

Interview on the Permaculture Podcast Website. Or on popular podcast platforms: iTunes Spotify Stitcher.

I did a great Wisconsin public Radio phone in – fun chat on ticks and much more! link to my recent interview for LOVEreading LitFest. With Pestival founder Bridget Nicholas. Do have a listen.

On the fabulous ‘From what if to what next’ podcast with Rob Hopkins and Matt Shardlow of Buglife – new episode exploring ‘What if the bugs bounced back?‘ .

On the FARMGATE podcast talking bugs and farm policy

the Urban Farmer in the US interviewed me for his show twice maybe!

For the love of Bugs – in the Pesticide Action Network website

Go organic Blog Why we should all be ‘rebugging’ the planet

Its all about food – IT’S ALL ABOUT FOOD podcast

My Q &A with A great Read –

A podcast with the Food Chain Radio in the US

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