Trade Exhibitor Awards
The Show attracts a host of trade exhibitors displaying products from the horticulture sector as diverse as lawnmowers, paving stones, gardening... Read More
Helen works across a wide range of radio and television programmes and has done for about 25 years and she is currently presenting BBC Radio Ulster’s long running ‘Gardener’s Corner’. She first got involved in garden programmes many years ago on BBC/RTE’s ‘Greenfingers’ which took her to wonderful gardens across the island of Ireland.
She is the presenter of BBC Radio 4’s ‘Open Country’ and in her 16 or so years has made programmes across the UK from Shetland to the Scilly Isles and all parts in between meeting people who have a deep connection to their landscape.
Over the years she was a reporter for ‘Countryﬁle’, presented ‘Farming Today’, still reports for Radio Ulster’s ‘Your Place and Mine’ , had feature pieces on ‘Woman’s Hour’, presented UTV’s ‘The Family Show’ and ‘Health Check’ and worked on the BBC’s ‘World War 1 at Home’ series. She produces features for RTE’s ‘Nationwide’ programme, presented ’12 Miles: The Narrow Sea’ for BBC 1 NI about the modern day connections between NI and Scotland and is MC at the Belfast and Glasgow Tattoo. She is the presenter of BBC Radio Ulster’s Ulster Scots programme ‘A Kist o Wurds’ which, as a Scot, she particularly loves doing!
Friday 5th May – Catch Helen in conversation with Joe Swift – “my life and gardens!”
The fantastic Paula McIntyre made some truly tasty recipes at #allianzgardenshowireland in the Food NI Pavillion. You can find them ALL online now, just follow the link https://gardenshowireland.com...
What a Show! We hope you all enjoyed the Show as much as we did. A big thank you to everyone involved, we hope you all agree that the atmosphere was top notch! Here is a fantastic video capturing s...
Title sponsor, Allianz, generously offered not one but two cash prizes of £1000. Run as a competition on U105 in... Read More
Visitors to the Growers’ Pavilion were asked to vote for their favourite display. The competition was tough with 10 displays... Read More