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Countryfile presenter to speak at Garden Futures

Tom Heap, who presents the investigations on Countryfile, revealing the hidden depths of current rural and environment stories and is also the principal voice of ‘Costing the Earth’ on Radio 4, the nation’s only dedicated environment series will be the after dinner speaker at Garden Futures next week.

After spending his childhood in the small East-Midlands county of Rutland, Tom Heap’s devotion to rural issues saw him work his way up from soundman at Sky News to Rural Affairs correspondent at the BBC.

Tom will enlighten us with tales from his journalistic and broadcasting career which include BBC Radio 4’s Costing the Earth and Panorama. He also led a broadcasting team covering the 50th anniversary of the ascent of Mount Everest, and hosted a series of live broadcasts from base camp. A skilled investigative journalist, Tom has covered many notable topics for Countryfile, including an interview with Princess Anne on the controversial debate over badger culling. He lives with his family in Warwickshire.

To book your place at the Garden Futures dinner click here.



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