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Programme about the British harvest.

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Sharron Report 13 Sep 2013 21:46

Is anybody else watching it?

One of the best things I have seen for a long time.


Diamonds-R-A-Girls-Best-Friend Report 13 Sep 2013 22:10

I've been watching it Sharron and have enjoyed the program, sometimes I think the commentators say some stupid things though.

My OH was talking to Tom Bradshaw today (Thursday's program) Tom said the last scene about the bread took over four hours to shoot, he said there was so much faffing about.

The best cherries I have eaten this year have come from Herefordshire.

Lesley x


lollybasher Report 14 Sep 2013 13:40

I watched last night and wished I'd seen all the series as I love these country programmes.

This year is the first I've been able to buy so many cherries as they have always been so expensive and imported. I was buying them every week while they were in the shops, I have now started eating blueberries, I prefer them as they come out of the punnet, (washed first). I hope Fred is behaving himself. (some hope.)

:-D :-D :-D