Landline Summer

January 2019
29:00

Season 2018, Episode 8

3.0 3 x
The final episode of Landline Summer before the new 2019 series begins Sunday 3 February. Pip Courtney and the team report on Little Livestock and Headlie Statue.
29:00

Season 2018, Episode 7

4.0 12 x
This summer Pip Courtney and the team look back at some of the best stories and most interesting people covering food, produce, livestock, innovation and more. This episode features reports on Spellbore and Vertical Farms.
29:00

Season 2018, Episode 6

4.0 10 x
This summer Pip Courtney and the team look back at some of the best stories and most interesting people covering food, produce, livestock, innovation and more. This episode features reports on Tale of Two Tails and New Hope.
December 2018
29:00

Season 2018, Episode 5

4.0 5 x
This summer Pip Courtney and the team look back at some of the best stories and most interesting people covering food, produce, livestock, innovation and more. In this episode Shooting Farm and What's In A Name (Prosecco).
30:00

Season 2018, Episode 4

4.0 2 x
This summer Pip Courtney and the team look back at some of the best stories and most interesting people covering food, produce, livestock, innovation and more. This episode includes reports on Help From Above and Yuzu.
30:00

Season 2018, Episode 3

4.0 2 x
This summer Pip Courtney and the Landline team look back at some of the best stories and most interesting people covering food, produce, livestock, innovation and more. In this episode Farm Camping and Lake Mackay.
30:00

Season 2018, Episode 2

4.0 2 x
This summer Pip Courtney and the Landline team revisit some of the best stories and most interesting people covering food, produce, livestock, innovation and more. In this episode Solar Boom: Farming the Sun and Insect Bites.
29:00

Season 2018, Episode 1

4.0 7 x
This summer Pip Courtney and the Landline team look back at some of the best stories and most interesting people covering food, produce, livestock, innovation and more. In this episode Defying the Drought and Whyalla Wonder.
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