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National Trust Podcast: series eight

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Visitors enjoy a sound installation curated for the property and Festival of Blossom at Kingston Lacy, Dorset | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Immerse yourself in the past or explore the natural world from your armchair in series eight of the National Trust Podcast. Solve a medieval murder mystery, journey to remote corners or learn how to garden in unconventional spaces.

Take your pick of our latest episodes from series eight, or follow the National Trust Podcast on your favourite podcast app for when you're on the go.

Episode 130: Poetry and music in bloom with Simon Armitage and LYR

Join us as we celebrate the season of blossom with poetry and music written and produced by Poet Laureate Simon Armitage and his band LYR. In this episode, Simon shares the inspiration behind his poetry, and the band discuss how they produced the song Blossom: A CV and collaborated with community choirs as part of the Blossomise project.


Episode 129: The mysterious tale of the Ferguson's Gang

Uncover the secrets of the 1930s Ferguson's Gang – a group of masked women who raised funds for the National Trust in unusual ways. Hear how their daring stunts and mischievous activities made a lasting impact on the nation's heritage. This episode is supported by family history website, Findmypast.

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