Nick’s broadcast experience includes presenting Gardens Wild and Wonderful in South Africa (’95-’96), four years as a panellist on BBC Radio Norfolk’s Garden Party, and as a regular presenter on BBC Gardeners’ World since March 2016. His film on plants associated with Shakespeare for Gardeners’ World won best TV programme at the Garden Media Guild Awards 2016.
He has also appeared on BBC 2’s Great British Garden Revival and Big Dreams Small Spaces, as well as ITV News and BBC 1’s The One Show, BBC Radio 4’s Food Programme, and BBC Radio 2.
Nick’s horticultural media career spans some 15 years, during which time he worked as an editor for Garden Answers and Garden News, moving on to write freelance for BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine, RHS The Garden, The Mail, The Times and The Telegraph. He currently has regular columns in BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine and Garden News.
Nick’s first book ‘Chelsea Physic Garden – A Companion Guide’ was published in 2014. His second book ‘365 Days of Colour in your Garden’ was published by Kyle Books in 2015 and has been a best seller ever since. His third book ‘Revive Your Garden’ was published in April 2018.
Filming Gardeners’ World with the BBC team (2016)
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Garden Journalist of the Year