Geoffrey Smith is the reason I got into gardening, I was absolutely enthralled by his enthusiasm and love of tiny alpines. I was all of 15 years old when I fist saw this programme on TV. He was an inspiration to many people.
I also think gardeners question time is brilliant and funny. I like to listen to it in the shed!
Wasn't he just truly wonderful? OH knew that Mr Smith was his only rival
I wonder who's got this now Whoever it is, I hope they appreciate it - I'm green with envy!
I'm new to GQT, but i was thrilled to find out it's available on BBC Iplayer, they go right back to july 2009... Think i've caught up on the last 12 months so far...
GQT, is an amusing prog, but sometimes I think that the panel are on a different planet, with all the fancy latin names popping up here and there. I am not impressed by this, BUT I do enjoy the 'crack'. They said last week, NEVER grow garlic on a north facing slope. I grow my garlic on a well north facing slope, and it does quite well thank you, so all the professional advice can be taken with a pinch of growmore. I treat the prog like a recipe. Get an idea, then vamp it from there. Heap good compost there Kemo Sabay.
Onwards and upwards !
I love garden's question time and have listened to it since i was small as my mum had radio 4 on constantly
I love having the radio on, on a sunday when I am down the allotment But I am subscribed to the podcast as well and if i have missed it (which is more likely then not) will listen during the week when I am sat working looking out my window wishing I was gardening rather then sorting out my VAT return
Here's the link for the pod cast