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Crew

Some men are camera-shy and some men are sound,

Some stay in the deep dark depths and edit underground.

No matter what their passions be, Beechgrove is a tall order,

because we've got the best ol' crew this side of the border.



Bob BarrowBob Barrow
Q: What is your role on The Beechgrove Garden?
A: Egg and Sausage

Q: How did you come to work on Beechgrove?
A: Wife and 3 kids requiring to be fed motivated me.

Q: If you were a plant, what would you be and why?
A: A lonely little petunia

Q: Has Beechgrove ever inspired you to do something in your own garden?
A: BG inspired me to make a stunning display in my own garden.

Q: Any words of wisdom on Beechgrove or gardening in general?
A: Don't be too hasty.

Q: What is the most unusual place you've had to film for Beechgrove?
A: The Chelsea Flower Show



Les Taylor
Q: What is your role on The Beechgrove Garden?
A: Recording the sound of Bluebells and Angel's Trumpets

Q: How did you come to work on Beechgrove?
A: The Netherley Road

Q: If you were a plant, what would you be and why?
A: A four-leaf clover: you're so lucky to have me on the team (?)

Q: Has Beechgrove ever inspired you to do something in your own garden?
A: Cutting the grass is an achievement for me

Q: Any words of wisdom on Beechgrove or gardening in general?
A: If you have hay fever like me, stay indoors

Q: What is the most unusual place you've had to film for Beechgrove?
A: Gifford


Martin Newstead
Q: What is your role on The Beechgrove Garden?
A: Camera person

Q: How did you come to work on Beechgrove?
A: I worked on Greenmount Garden, Beechgrove's sister series in Northern Ireland

Q: If you were a plant, what would you be and why?
A:  An over-sized, oddly shaped vegetable

 

Q: Has BG ever inspired you to do something in your own garden?
A: Have you ever seen "Day of the Triffids"....?

 

Q: Words of wisdom about BG or gardening in general?
A: Don't be too hasty