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Radio

How to live off the land for a year

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

27 April 2024

9:00 AM

Growing Solo

BBC Radio 4

Terry Walton’s Plotcast

BBC Sounds

Could you live off the land for a year without buying a single thing to eat? This was the challenge a retired journalist set himself on Radio 4 this week. Max Cotton lives on a five-acre smallholding near Glastonbury in Somerset with his wife Maxine, two pigs, two dozen hens and a Jersey-Friesian cross named Brenda.

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