Country Life meets the farm manager of agricultural training organisation Taratahi and a group of keen agricultural trainees, and a commercial eeler on Lake Ellesmere
Part 2 of BBC series Noise: A Human History looks at the age of oratory. Written and presented by Professor David Hendy and produced in collaboration with the British Library Sound Archive
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