Remarks: shows added March 2005, correction made in September 2006.
“I think the main thing is, as Scott says, create a fun environment to get farmers talking about what matters to them and support them in a way but also taking guidance from farmers on how we can help.” – a documentary exploring homophobia in Uganda – said he is keen to support young farmers who may feel isolated on account of their sexuality.
He says: “It’s really early days as my role as an ambassador and I am keen to hear more about this issue and see where I can help.
The breakfast show DJ helped one of his female pals set up a profile on lesbian cruise app Brenda during dinner at the Attitude Awards.
Grimshaw, 28, posed in his lucky pal’s profile picture to give her prospects a celeb boost.
His pal, Fifi, who was in bed with him at the time saved Grimmy's skin and responded: "Would I ever sleep with Harry Styles?
No, he's not my type." Nick sent fans into a frenzy as he gave the camera a knowing wink with a slight nod before falling into hysterics.The broadcasters say they are also keen to tackle the problem of rural isolation, which can go hand-in-hand with a life dedicated to farming. “We wanted to be able to use the platform that we have to not only highlight the great stuff young farmers do but also to get them talking to one another and creating a social hub,” Scott explains.“We have heard that a lot of farming life can be isolated and depression is more common than we thought it would be among the farming community, so what is really important for us is to have place where people can talk and share their experiences,” Chris adds. Quality: Good, but some quite strong radio hiss at times. Quality: good but some radio hiss, encoding: 128 kbps, 44 k Hz. Farming and DJ-ing may seem worlds apart, but Radio 1 stars and just-appointed Young Farmers ambassadors Scott Mills and Chris Stark say there are some similarities.