I’ll be on The RHS Talks Theatre main stage Saturday 13th April at 3pm and again at 4pm.
The first talk will be my interviewing the very legendary BBC’s Terry Walton (update: pictured above in conversation) and the second will be hosting a discussion about The Perennial Garden I designed for this years RHS Flower Show Cardiff 2019.
3pm Sat 13th April 2019:
The RHS note: Peter Donegan interviews BBC’s Terry Walton who reflects on his career and answers your gardening questions.
Allotment guru Terry Walton helped on his father’s plot as a child. Terry took on his own allotment aged just 11 and he’s been on the same site ever since. Now a regular on Jeremy Vine’s BBC Radio 2 programme, Terry offers listeners advice on growing vegetables of all shapes and sizes and joined us as host of the Talks Theatre and on our panel for RHS Question Time.
You were great mate.
I will recommend you as a chat show host anytime!
Give you a gold for today’s performance!
— terry walton (@theterrywalton) April 13, 2019
4pm Sat 13th April 2019:
The RHS note: Designer Peter Donegan chats with landscaper Ed Burnham, Chris Crooker from Perennial and Jason Stevens from Veterans’ Growth about exploring the hidden stories of struggles with mental health that inspired The Perennial Garden.