Kate Humble: Good Life, Green Life 15 November 2021: Monday on Channel 5

The broadcaster and farmer teaches how to help rescue the earth by living responsibly, preserving biodiversity, and reducing waste, all while saving money. She demonstrates how creating a pond and adding marine plants might aid certain rapidly disappearing creatures, shares bee-attracting tactics, and invites everyone to scavenge for free food just outside their door.



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3 Responses

  1. Vivienne Seddon says:

    Where can I buy the honey bee hotel?

  2. Shona McMillan says:

    An excellent show, so good it has resulted in me going online to see if there was a factsheet i could download for more info. Concentrating on the programme, i didn’t take notes thinking there would be a factsheet at the end, i hope there is and I just couldn’t find it yet An excellent programme, educational and informative. My only criticism would be the timing – so late in the year that i am hardly in the garden as Winter approaches and it certainly made me wish it was Spring, so i could get planting veg, build a pond etc. (Broadcast just ended and no obvious info mentioned as being available – shame, a missed opportunity)….

  3. John says:

    I believe it is irresponsible to encourage wild honey bee colonies. It will increase the dangers for other beekeepers and householders. I am thinking of varroa, Asian hornets, wax moth and swarms.

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