Digging in: the local food revolution

Food glorious food is the focus of the latest More Than a Shop podcast episode. In Digging in: the local food revolution, Elizabeth Alker talks to vegetable gardener, YouTuber and author Huw Richards and Incredible Edible’s Clare Negus. We also hear from the fantastic community-owned and run Radcliffe Market. Listen to the episode Digging in: the local food revolution and subscribe to future episodes at morethanashop.coop. Transcripts of the episodes are available: www.uk.coop/resources/more-than-a-shop More Than a Shop is a collaboration between Co‑operatives UK, The Co‑op, Co‑op News, The Co-operative College and The Co‑operative Heritage Trust. The series is presented by Elizabeth Alker. It is produced by Geoff Bird on behalf of Sparklab Productions. Special thanks to: • Clare Negus, Incredible Edible (Heaton Park group) – https://www.incredibleedible.org.uk • Huw Richards – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeaKRrrpWiQFJJmiuon2WoQ • Radcliffe Market Community Benefit Society – https://www.radcliffe.market/ Please note: The More Than a Shop series was recorded before the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Food glorious food is the focus of the latest More Than a Shop podcast episode. 

In Digging in: the local food revolution, Elizabeth Alker talks to vegetable gardener, YouTuber and author Huw Richards and Incredible Edible’s Clare Negus. We also hear from the fantastic community-owned and run Radcliffe Market.

Listen to the episode Digging in: the local food revolution and subscribe to future episodes at morethanashop.coop. Transcripts of the episodes are available: www.uk.coop/resources/more-than-a-shop 

The series is presented by Elizabeth Alker. It is produced by Geoff Bird on behalf of Sparklab Productions.

Special thanks to:
•  Clare Negus, Incredible Edible (Heaton Park group) – www.incredibleedible.org.uk
•  Radcliffe Market Community Benefit Society – www.radcliffe.market

Please note: The More Than a Shop series was recorded before the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic.
© Co‑operatives UK, The Co‑op, The Co‑operative College, Co‑op News, The Co‑operative Heritage Trust