The New Sylva features in Top Books of the Year by the Mail on Sunday. The New Sylva – A Discourse of Forest and Orchard Trees for the 21st Century by Gabriel Hemery and Sarah Simblet (Bloomsbury). An unparalleled understanding of our trees, updating John Evelyn’s 17th-century Sylva, the first comprehensive
I’m looking forward to being interviewed this morning by BBC Arts Editor Will Gompertz on BBC Radio Oxford. I will be talking about forests and the work of the Sylva Foundation — the Oxfordshire-based charity I co-founded five years ago — and The New Sylva which was released in the US
I joined Paul Gough and Gail Ritchie to discuss the meaning of trees and wood in war and peacetime for BBC Radio 3’s Free Thinking.
An interview on BBC Radio Oxford today about the Sylva Foundation’s new initiative TreeWatch and other projects.
I am being interviewed on BBC Radio Oxford this morning: http://wp.me/pRuGn-zS
I was interviewed for a programme on Deutsche Welle Radio to discuss the UK Government’s proposals to sell England’s publicly-owned forests.
A filmed interview for a BBC TV Newsnight programme – part of a featured debate on the Government’s plans to dispose of the public forest estate in England. Listen to my full interview.
There will be a film broadcast, on the BBC2 Newsnight programme, about the proposed sale of the public forest estate in England. The film will feature a range of interviews from different stakeholders, including myself, prior to a studio debate. Update … the film was broadcast on Wednesday 26th January.
I am being interviewed on BBC Radio Oxford today. I will join interviewer Bill Heine on his Sunday morning show to talk about trees and the work of the Sylva Foundation. If you missed it you can Listen Again on the BBC website (for one week only). Gabriel Hemery