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Podcast host Alan Power interviewing the gardening team at Stowe

Whether you seek the adventure of our outdoor spaces, the tranquillity of our gardens or the history and culture of our places, National Trust podcasts offer you a new way to experience the wonders of the National Trust.

National Trust podcasts are audio programmes you can download, stream or listen to on your computer or mobile device. All our podcasts are available free of charge from Soundcloud, iTunes and other audio platforms. New instalments of each series can be received by subscribers automatically.

Podcasts are a great way to find out more about a subject while simply listening – you can listen on your daily commute, at the gym, while you're in the car, or relaxing at home.

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Chippendale’s chinoiserie furniture and Chinese wallpaper in the State Dressing Room at Nostell

Chippendale at Nostell 

Join us as we explore how the inhabitants of Nostell in West Yorkshire used furniture, architecture and interior design to elevate their status and political clout. At the centre of the story - is a local man - named Thomas Chippendale, known today as 'The Shakespeare of Furniture'. We'll delve into an archive of letters and an incredible illustrated manual in order to understand this man of talent, ambition and incredible business nous.

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