In the Beechgrove Garden, Jim admires the colourful camellias which are conservatory confined to prolong flowering and fragrance.
In the Beechgrove Garden, Jim is observing different types of watering systems for tomatoes and this week he begins the feeding regime.
The Great Depression, looks at the 1930s, focusing particularly on President Franklin D. Roosevelt's role. 1929 concludes by connecting these past events to the current financial crisis.
This time Raymond explains grilling, either on the stove or outside on the barbecue, where food is cooked on or over flames..
In this last episode, Diarmuid and Helen encounter an astonishing mixed bag of great private gardens in County Down.