Guerrilla Podcasts was lucky enough to get an invite into Salford University, School of Computing, Science and Engineering for a chat with Charlie. As you listen to the podcast, you’ll hear how the different acoustic rooms varied in sound as we walk from the Listening Room into the Reverberation Room, Transmission Suite and then the Anechoic Chamber.
So i’m busy doing what i do, volunteering down at Garden Needs in Salford, having a brew whilst flicking through the latest copy of the Salford M3 Magazine and in walks Emma Smith the Service Director of Social Adventures in Salford as she prepares to get ready to lead a group of people into and around Kersal Dale to have a look see at what they may find to eat, growing in the area.
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Guerrilla Podcasts was lucky enough to catch up with local Manchester photographer Alex whom kindly allowed Guerrilla Podcasts to share a few of her photographs with you. We discussed what she’s been up to in the past and more! Have a look at the guitar themed photographs available and please have a listen to the podcast as Adrian chats with Alex to find out more about her plans for the future.
I was lucky enough to meet up with local Manchester photographer Alex recently and by way of a personal bonus she was kind enough to allow me to share a few photographs that she’d taken on the South Bank in London whilst she was exhibiting her work.
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An ‘Home Grown’ front garden update from the usual suspects at Guerrilla Podcasts. Using recycled ash branches to support the newly planted broad beans that were grown in home made pots on the window sill in early february. Several photographs show you where the Broad Beans, Onions, Potatoes and Rhubarb have been planted with a video created to provided a personal record of the day, just to show what happened on one day in April.
A few weeks ago I sorted out three hanging baskets for the backyard in the hope of growing my very own Home Grown Strawberries for the first time ever! So now it’s about time I updated this ‘ere personal record of what i’ve been upto with regard to growing my own veg in the front garden?
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Guerrilla Podcasts with a little help from a friend in the background, uses three recycled hanging baskets, free wild strawberries, multi purpose compost and some soil from the front garden to create ‘Home Grown’ hanging strawberry baskets for the very first time. Drop by and watch the video to find out more during a personal record of what’s what in the first year of a complete novice in the process of growing his own fruit and veg at home.
You probably know that over the last few weeks and more i’ve been sorting out a few bits ‘n’ bobs for me front garden, (what there is of it anyways) in order to grow me own veg. I’ve turned the soil over a couple of times recently and actually got round to doing a little more than i initially anticipated. I’ll add a few photo’s and more info soon so that you can see the what and where etc.
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