Getting to the Heart of the Industry
100 NOT OUT
THE opening podcast in the Agri-Turf Agenda series celebrates the Centenary of a fine piece of British engineering.
The Auto-Roller, manufactured in Wiltshire by Autoguide Equipment is a familiar sight at many international cricketing venues.
The podcast charts the history of powered machinery used on sportsgrounds, and features interviews with Autoguide's founder Richard Robinson on the orignins of the Auto-Roller, and with Gary Barwell, Head Groundsman at famous Test Match venue, Edgbaston, home to current County Champions Warwickshire CCC
Your company podcast
TO complement the Inside Agri-Turf podcast series, I'm delighted to introduce a new show, Agri-Turf Agenda.
Inside Agri-Turf remains an independent, ad-free and sponsorship-free podcast featuring interviews and panel sessions covering the important issues of the day with those at the heart of the agri-turf machinery and equipment market.
This is a specially recorded, paid-for podcast to promote companies, their products, people and plans.
Individually scripted, recorded, edited and hosted, the podcast can be made available for broadcast on a company's social media platform or websites, either as an solus episode, or as a regular series (monthly, quarterly etc)
For further details or a quote, e-mail Chris Biddle
LATEST INSIDE AGRI-TURF EPISODE: Published 9 January 2022
EPISODE 56: SEASON TWO WRAP UP: VOICES OF 2021
A wrap-up to Season Two of Inside Agri-Turf with a selection of edited recordings covering issues of dealer economics, equal opportunities, mental welfare and succession in the business. Those featured are: Tim Lane, Steve Halley, Tom Black, Laura Bassnett, Lauren Savage, Poppy Burrough, Tom Johnston, Stephen Shortt, Emyr Jenkins, Howell Jenkins.
Chris has worked in the agricultural and turfcare machinery industry since the 1960s, both for manufacturer and dealer. He subsequently launched industry trade magazines which he built up over 30 years before selling them.
He also edited a number of magazines for industry bodies before 'retiring' in 2019.
When lockdown came in the Spring of 2020 he decided to teach himself podcast production and audio editing. The result is Inside Agri-Turf. Using his extensive 60 years industry experience and industry know-how, he launched the first episodes in July 2020 and has quickly grown a substantial number of listeners worldwide.