Episode 2

Bath - navigating from west to east

Welcome to Bathscape's April Footprints Podcast!

In this episode we meet up with Jim Hardman, local community-minded, outdoor enthusiast from Whiteway in the west of Bath. He talks about what he loves about the area and how it’s changed over the years.

Plus ... in our section Wise Words from Walking Women, Lucy tells me how not to get lost! This month it's maps, apps, books and all things navigation.

And finally ... National Trust Ranger Tabi Collins guides us on a circular walk up and down the steep south-eastern slopes of the city, taking in Rainbow Wood, Popes Walk and Bath Abbey Cemetery.

To find out more about Bathscape do visit the website

Also Bath City Nature Challenge info is here and the Julian House Circuit of Bath info is here

Music

Acoustic Guitar 1, Audionautix, YouTube Audio Library.

Words, Audionautix, YouTube Audio Library

Host and Producer: Pommy Harmar

About the Podcast

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Footprints
A walking podcast

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Pommy Harmar

Pommy is a freelance broadcast journalist, radio and podcast host/producer and keen walker. She produces Ujima Radio's Monday Rise Up Breakfast show and The Quarantini Podcast. She has worked as a researcher and before radio, she worked in a women's mental health charity in Bristol UK.
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Lucy Bartlett

Lucy is the Bathscape Community Projects Officer and a keen walker. She organises the annual Bathscape Walking Festival which aims to encourage people to discover the beautiful landscape around Bath.