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Heritage Tours 002 | Jon Foreman | Lindsway Bay
Heritage Tours 002 Thomas Mallitte & Jon Foreman Lindsway Bay We spent the day at Lindsway Bay in Pembrokeshire with Jon Foreman, creating a spectacular piece of land art. View our previous interview with Jon here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPe-2zs6Uho See more of Jon's work over at his Sculpt The World page: https://www.facebook.com/SculptTheWorld See you next time!
Episode 001 | Howard Rudge | Pembroke Castle
* Episode 001 * Thomas Mallitte & Howard Rudge * Pembroke Castle In our opening episode, we invited Howard Rudge, chair of Pembroke Town Walls Trust and a guide at Pembroke Castle, to take us on a journey into Pembroke's grisly past with the incredible story of secret abductee John Whithorn. We discuss the terrible conditions facing prisoners, brutal punishments meted out by the Normans to establish control through fear, Pembrokeshire's ancestory, important lessons we can learn from our history, and how a ten-year genealogy study connected Howard directly to an Earl of Pembroke.
Episode 002 | Jon Foreman | Natural Heritage
*️ Episode 002 *️ Thomas Mallitte & Jon Foreman *️ Natural Heritage In our second episode, we invited Pembrokeshire-based land artist Jon Foreman to discuss the origins of land art, our beautiful natural heritage, environmental impact, mental health benefits of creativity in nature and motivations behind the incredible frequency and output of his work. https://www.facebook.com/SculptTheWorld https://www.instagram.com/sculpttheworld
Episode 003 | Naomi Chiffi | The Rebels of Pembrokeshire
*️ Episode 003 *️ Thomas Mallitte & Naomi Chiffi *️ The Rebels of Pembrokeshire In our latest podcast, we invited writer Naomi Chiffi to the studio to discuss her family history of rebellion in Pembrokeshire and beyond. Naomi is the great-great-great-niece of Jemima Nicholas, the Welsh heroine in the 1797 Battle of Fishguard, the great-great-great-granddaughter of George Griffith, who played an active role in the Rebecca Riots of 1839 and the daughter of Philip Howells, the local legend who slept for three nights in the oubliette of Pembroke Castle to raise awareness for prisoners of conscience in the 1970s.
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