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Women Today listen again: Down on the farm, in the artist's studio and rare species

On today's programme we took a visit to Ballakelly Farm. Farmer's wife Rachel told us about the 500 acres which have been in the Teare family for five generations.

They are the only Manx farmers who sell 100% home-grown pork, beef and lamb directly to the public.  Located in Andreas, they welcome people getting in touch to find out more about exactly where their food comes from.

Also today we had a sneaky peek inside an artist's studio.  Laura Espinosa was in the middle of a magnificent mural when Beth caught up with her and found out what it's like to put someone else's vision into reality.

And we also talked to conservationist William Robichaud about a talk that is happening on the Isle of Man this weekend to raise awareness of an extraordinary creature - and the race to “Save the Unicorn; the Pubic Talk is on Saturday, it’s completely free, and people can arrive at St Mark's Country Park from 2.30 onward. Special guest Douglas Richardson, past Head of Living Collections at Scotland's Wildlife Park will be there also.  

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