Listen to episodes of the National Trust Podcast for free to discover the stories behind the gardens, collections and outdoor places in our care and learn about the houses that helped to shape and influence our history.
Listen to series seven of the National Trust Podcast. From the communities celebrating blossom to the Anglo-Saxon ship buried at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk, discover stories filled with history and nature.
From lesser known tales about Beatrix Potter, to the childhood home of Sir Paul McCartney; there are so many stories to uncover from the places in our care. Explore more of them in series six of our podcast.
Wherever you are, take UK wildlife with you. Filled with stories of seals, butterflies, beavers and birds, be transported to remote beaches and mighty treetops with our nature podcast playlist.
From subtropical havens to ornate sculpture parks, the gardens in our care are steeped in history. Listen to our garden podcast episodes to find out more about their history and the people who look after them.
Join ranger Kate Martin as she rambles along routes through some of the Trust’s most beautiful landscapes, uncovering myths, legends and history along the way.
Join presenter John Sergeant and guests in this podcast series exploring the connection between people and landscapes through the ages.
Join historian Bettany Hughes in this podcast series exploring the connections of ten inspiring National Trust places to Europe and the wider world.
Our literary-themed podcast episodes explore how places we care for helped to shape the work of famous authors such as Agatha Christie and William Wordsworth.
Join actress Alison Steadman in this podcast series as she delves into the stories behind five fascinating historical objects in the National Trust collections, from tapestries to obelisks.
Listen to our podcast series with Clare Balding, exploring the lost and hidden LGBTQ stories from some of the special places in our care.
Listen to the Women and Power podcast series, presented by journalist and broadcaster Kirsty Wark, and discover the stories behind the women's suffrage movement and how some of the special places in our care are connected.
Find out all you need to know about podcasts – both National Trust and others – covering what they are, where to find them and the difference between streaming and downloading.
Learn more about the places in our care in the audio version of our magazine, which covers the main articles from the latest issue and includes extra behind-the-scenes chats with our contributors.