Read more about the article This Farming Life episode 2
This Farming Life episode 2

This Farming Life episode 2

This Farming Life episode 2: As spring arrives on the farms, it’s all hands on deck to get through the busiest time of year. On Orkney fourth generation farmer Sean wants to one day own his own farm. For now he works alongside his dad and uncle. When their bumper lambing season is in full swing, his sister and her three you children also pitch in.       In Stranraer Kayleigh’s husband Rab has an important hospital appointment. Meanwhile…

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Read more about the article This Farming Life episode 1
This Farming Life episode 1

This Farming Life episode 1

This Farming Life episode 1: Following six farming families in some of Scotland’s most remote locations. Emma and Ewan move to their forever farm on Bute, while cousins Donald and David prepare for a busy lambing season. Emma and Ewan move to their forever farm on the Isle of Bute, while cousins Donald and David prepare for a busy lambing season. Elsewhere, dairy farmer Andy hands over the reins to his daughter Kayleigh, and with his blessing, she plans to…

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Read more about the article Countryfile – Brixham
Countryfile - Brixham

Countryfile – Brixham

Countryfile - Brixham: Joe Crowley is on the south Devon coast, the stunning English Riviera where disco scallops are the talk of the town. A chance discovery that they react to lights could revolutionise scallop fishing. Joe also discovers how new technology can reveal some watery wonders without having to put a toe in the sea, and we meet the farming brothers who’ve turned to aquaponics.       Adam Henson meets the two final contenders going for glory in…

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Countryfile - Quantocks

Countryfile – Quantocks

Countryfile - Quantocks: Margherita Taylor is in the Quantock Hills to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, one of the leading lights of the Romantic movement that took its inspiration from the beauty of the British landscape. The Quantocks were a huge influence on Coleridge, who was an inveterate walker in the area when he was living here in Somerset, and Margherita joins some young people to put quill to paper.      …

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Read more about the article Countryfile – Queen and Country – Windsor Special
Countryfile - Queen and Country - Windsor Special: Matt Baker and the team commemorate the Queen’s lifelong passion for the countryside, the little girl who said her ambition was to marry a farmer.

Countryfile – Queen and Country – Windsor Special

Countryfile - Queen and Country - Windsor Special: Matt Baker and the team commemorate the Queen’s lifelong passion for the countryside, the little girl who said her ambition was to marry a farmer. A countrywoman at heart, her love of all things rural is explored on the Windsor estate. From beekeeping to how she helped to save the Cleveland Bay, championing ancient trees – including one reckoned to date back to King Offa – pioneering hydropower, creating vineyards and wetland…

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