Sep 15, 2019
Bibby Curtis lost her spaniel Amo at the Midland Game Fair. They were joyfully reunited earlier this year. She tells her story at the Game Fair Theatre 2019. As dogs are stolen and then ransomed across the British countryside, what should the police do about it and how can we protect our dogs and ourselves? Steve...
Sep 8, 2019
What does FACE do? Hunters’ representation in Europe has a new head, David Scallan. At the Game Fair Theatre 2019, he spells out his mission. He talks about the problems facing shooting and hunting sports in the European Parliament and the European Commission, and what he is doing about them.
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Sep 1, 2019
Hunting and shooting usually wins in Parliament, it mostly wins among the civil service, but it is being torn apart in TV studios. At the Game Fair Theatre 2019, former head of the League Against Cruel Sports Jim Barrington discusses the case for and against countrysports.
Jim is now a consultant for the Countryside...
Aug 25, 2019
Former TV presenter, national newspaper columnist and founder of the Countryside Restoration Trust Robin Page does not tolerate fools or antis. At the Game Fair Theatre 2019, he explains what’s wrong with the modern countryside and how his way is the right way to put it right.
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Aug 6, 2019
What will the 2019 grouseshooting season be like? In this short, sharp podcast, Duncan Thomas reveals the prospects for grouse to Charlie Jacoby on stage at the 2019 Carter Jonas Game Fair Theatre at Hatfield House.
Duncan Thomas is northern regional director for BASC.