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Back to Earth
Fashion Designer Charlie May has escaped city life and gone back to her roots as a West Country farmer. Join her each week as she learns the basics of living sustainably, grows her own fruit, veg and wine, delves into her family’s history, and comes up with alarmingly ambitious plans to modernise the farm and ensure its survival. From fashion to farming, there's got to be some transferable skills, right?Back to Earth is a Definitely Human production. Visit to see...
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4.9 stars from 38 ratings
Well done :)
Everything Definitely Human do is brilliant, and this is no different, despite its different subject matter. Good wholesome listening. Charlie’s mum is particularly awesome :)
Squig Pig via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 09/27/21
Just so peaceful
I’m a Definitely Human fan anyway and I always love checking out any new podcasts you lot make, but Back to Earth especially is right up my alley. It’s reminiscent of Clarkson’s Farm but more genuine, and I’m basically aching with jealousy that I’m not in Devon right now on my own...Read full review »
AwesomeAnonymous 99<3 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/18/21
Exactly what we need right now!
I just love how informative, real and natural each episode is, it really makes you feel you were there, back to earth with them. It’s peaceful and absolutely delightful to listen to. It’s like you got hooked on a book and can’t wait to find out what it brings in the next chapter. Highly recommend!
zjhhatethisapp via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/04/21
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