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Bill Turnbull's "Confessions Of A Bad Beekeeper"

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Beekeepers are very interesting people. They are a bit quirky, methodical and typically have an odd sense of humor. While there are a myriad of programs that teach beekeeping management, each beekeeper tends to have his or her own method of managing hives, often learning things the hard way, which is not necessarily a bad thing! In CONFESSIONS OF A BAD BEEKEEPER, author, Bill Turnbull humorously writes about his experiences as a first time beekeeper and shares his successes and mishaps. If you have ever wanted to learn about beekeeping or are a beekeeper, this is one book you will truly enjoy!

In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer will speak to author, Bill Turnbull about his book, CONFESSIONS OF A BAD BEEKEEPER, What Not to Do When Keeping Bees (With Apologies to My Own). Stay tuned! ABOUT THE AUTHOR: BILL TURNBULL is the longtime co-host of BBC Breakfast, Britain’s most-watched morning TV show. After freelancing in New York for five years, he joined the BBC Radio’s Today program in 1986 and moved to Breakfast Time in 1988, before becoming a correspondent for BBC News. In this time he covered a wide range of stories and reported from over thirty countries, including the United States, where he was the Washington correspondent from 1994 to 1998.