Tall Paul (Paul Cook) shares his passion for all things didgeridoo - explaining the principles of making these wonderful wind instruments and how choice of timber (from beech to eucalyptus) effects sound quality - creating varying tones, reverberations and volume. Tall Paul also demonstrates the specific playing methods and circular breathing techniques needed to produce the distinctive didgeridoo sound - all at the Bentley Woodfair http://www.bentley.org.uk/
http://www.didgetallpaul.co.uk/ An Adliberate film http://www.adliberate.co.uk for WoodlandsTV http://www.woodlands.co.uk/tv
http://woodlands.co.uk The latest next generation wood burning stoves are over 90% efficient and look good too. If you are thinking of installing a wood burning stove then find out more. They come in a variety of designs with some being more efficient than others. Some wood burning stoves can revolve and would look good in the most modern of homes. Anglia Fireplaces demonstrate their use.
Wood makes a great fuel for heating your house as it's sustainable. Professor Julian Evans shows us his log pile and talks about the species of wood which burn well.
http://woodlands.co.uk Professor Julian Evans discusses conifers, looking at timber production, their advantages, and how to create diversity in woodlands.
Following our earlier programme, Gillian Alker from the Forestry Commission discusses the range of grants available, transporting wood for fuel, and smokeless zones. For more information see http://forestry.gov.uk and http://woodlands.co.uk
http://woodlands.co.uk Make wood shingles. Use traditional hand tools to make oak shingles. The craft of making roof shingles.
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