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  • Friday, July 1, 2022 · 12:00 PM BST
    Summer pruning is an often overlooked task, but cutting back plants in summer has a host of benefits, not least in helping to restrict the size of your plants and stopping them outgrowing their allotted space, as well as promoting future flowering...
  • Friday, July 8, 2022 · 12:30 PM BST
    Femina: Women of the Middle Ages with Janina Ramirez

    This curated three-part virtual lecture series from historian and broadcaster Janina Ramirez will offer a fresh look at the medieval world through the women usually written out of it. From poli...
  • Friday, July 15, 2022 · 12:30 PM BST
    Part two of a three-part masterclass series.

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    The session will include an introductory lecture, discussion of a document picked by Janina, and an extensive Q&A.

    All attendees will receive a study pack to accomp...
  • Friday, July 22, 2022 · 12:30 PM BST
    Part three of a three-part masterclass series.

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    The session will include an introductory lecture, discussion of a document picked by Janina, and an extensive Q&A.

    All attendees will receive a study pack to acco...
  • Friday, August 26, 2022 · 12:00 PM BST
    Many wild species – such as bees, butterflies, hedgehogs and amphibians – are suffering huge declines, due to a combination of habitat loss, pesticides and climate change. So, the more wildlife gardening we do, the more we can help to limit or eve...
  • Friday, September 23, 2022 · 12:00 PM BST
    Many plants can be grown in containers, from bedding plants, bulbs, vegetable and fruit crops to shrubs and trees. Whether your garden is large, small or simply a courtyard or balcony, container gardening gives you the freedom to create instant an...
  • Friday, October 21, 2022 · 12:00 PM BST
    Autumn is a busy season in the pruning calendar, the perfect time to remove old growth from plants that’ve been highly-productive in summer. As winter approaches many plants enter a period of dormancy - an ideal time to cut back without shocking p...
  • Tuesday, June 28, 2022 · 10:30 AM BST
    Looking to buy a pushchair for your new baby and don’t know where to start? Join MadeForMums Reviews and Consumer Editors for a free live event as they take you through everything you need to know about buggies, prams, pushchairs and strollers. It...
  • Friday, May 13, 2022 · 11:00 AM BST
    Part three of a five-part masterclass series.

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    Witch trials take centre stage, as we explore the heady mix of paranoia and politics that prompted a series of short, severe ‘witch panics’ – an...
  • Thursday, May 12, 2022 · 9:30 AM BST
    Whether you’re new to growing your own food or want tips on how to get better fruit, veg and herb crops, discover all you need to know for a bumper summer harvest in an online Masterclass and live Q&A.

    Host and Associate Editor, David Hurrion wi...
  • Monday, May 9, 2022 · 3:20 PM BST
    Part three of a five-part masterclass series.

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    Witch trials take centre stage, as we explore the heady mix of paranoia and politics that prompted a series of short, severe ‘witch panics’ – an...
  • Wednesday, April 27, 2022 · 2:30 PM BST
    Part one of a five-part masterclass series.

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    Join us to discover the medieval origins of witch-hunting, and how views of women, demons and good and evil played into early modern fears.

    The ...
  • Friday, April 8, 2022 · 10:00 AM BST
    Many plants can be grown in containers, from bedding plants, bulbs, vegetable and fruit crops to shrubs and trees. Whether your garden is large, small or simply a courtyard or balcony, container gardening gives you the freedom to create instant an...
  • Thursday, March 10, 2022 · 2:00 PM GMT
    Many wild species – such as bees, butterflies, hedgehogs and amphibians – are suffering huge declines, due to a combination of habitat loss, pesticides and climate change. So, the more wildlife gardening we do, the more we can help to limit or eve...
  • Thursday, March 10, 2022 · 1:15 PM GMT
    Many wild species – such as bees, butterflies, hedgehogs and amphibians – are suffering huge declines, due to a combination of habitat loss, pesticides and climate change. So, the more wildlife gardening we do, the more we can help to limit or eve...
  • Recurring Webinar
    Do you want to wow your friends and family with beautifully balanced cocktails when they walk through your door this winter?

    If you’ve ever wanted to make great drinks, learn how to scale up your favourite cocktails - without spending the whole...
  • Webinar Series
    This curated three-part virtual lecture series from historian and broadcaster Janina Ramirez will offer a fresh look at the medieval world through the women usually written out of it. From political power-players to the overlooked figures who dese...
  • Series
    This online series is for anyone who wants to learn how to garden at home. It is aimed at all gardeners irrespective of budget, space and ability. This series will take you through the crucial basics with easy-to-follow videos aimed at both new a...
  • Masterclass Series
    Moving home is stressful, but if you also plan to move your garden or plantsit makes it even harder!

    In this 12-part online masterclass series David Hurrion provides you with essential advice to safely moving and relocating plants as part of your...
  • BBC Good Food (On-Demand)
    This two-part series explains what our Healthy Diet Plan is and best practice to follow it! BBC Good Food have been running recipes collated into week long nutritionally analysed plans and over 327,000 people have signed up for them. We believe we...
  • Webinar Series
    This curated three-part virtual lecture series from historian and author Emma Griffin will explore the lives of people in Britain during the Victorian age. From the opportunities and perils wrought by the industrial revolution to the host of new s...
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  • Mastering Macarons Series
    This two part series covers everything you need to know about making macarons. Former BBC Good Food recipe developer, Liberty Mendez, has worked as a professional pastry chef in many London kitchens, including The Ritz and The House of Commons.

    A...
  • Mastering Sourdough
    Sourdough is simple and budget-friendly once you have the knack, all you need is flour, water and salt. In this three-part series we help you gain this life-changing skill, covering everything you need to know about making sourdough.

    Our expert t...
  • Mastering Pasta On-Demand
    Learn everything you need to know about making fresh pasta with our two part series. Former BBC Good Food Deputy Food Editor, Esther Clark, and pro-chef Olivia Cavalli, share all their tips and tricks.

    Attend this masterclass series and learn how...
  • Series
    Join renowned historian Malcolm Gaskill for a five-part series of online Masterclasses exploring the fear of witchcraft that gripped societies in the 16th and 17th century.

    The talks will explore cases of ‘witchcraft’, how our forebears would ha...
  • Containers Series
    Join host and Associate Editor, David Hurrion for a two-part series of online Masterclasses with live Q&As to get the best displays and crops from your pots, with top tips and advice on what to plant, choosing containers, the best composts to choo...
  • Wildlife Series
    Join hosts Kate Bradbury and David Hurrion for a two-part series of online Masterclasses with live Q&As on how to make your garden a haven for wildlife and how you can adapt your gardening habits to become a greener gardener.

    The two sessions are...
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