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Apr 6, 2020

Today’s guests on Borborygmi are Rachael Steen and Matt Forshaw. Rachael has been a qualified vet for over 20 years and spent the majority of her career working with small animals at the PDSA in Liverpool, where she met Matt. Matt, also a small animal vet, has been qualified for 10 years and now works as a Business...


Apr 2, 2020

Today’s guests on Borborygmi are Naomi Mellor - that’s me by the way - and Polly Compston. Polly and I went to vet school together and we both now fit into the ‘diversify’ category - Polly has worked in practice, done a masters in epidemiology and public health, a clinical research residency, worked overseas...


Mar 30, 2020

Our guests on Borborygmi today could not be more topical given the current world circumstances, as today we're talking about mindfulness and yoga, and the benefits these can have in a stressful profession. Allisdhair McNaull is the creator of the widely read Vet Mindfully Blog, dedicated to the practice of...


Mar 26, 2020

Laura Higham graduated from Edinburgh Uni in 2008 and having been in practice in both the UK and New Zealand, now works for FAI, the Farm Animal Initiative, advising on the sustainability of food and livestock supply chains. She has a particular interest in international animal health, the future of food production and...


Mar 23, 2020

You may be familiar with today’s guests on Borborygmi. Pete Wedderburn and Emma Milne are small animal vets with decades of experience between them but both of them have moved away from full time general practice and into the media sphere. Pete is a regular columnist for The Telegraph who often appears on television...