The Dales, Lakes, Devon and Cornwall Specials
As a champion sheep breeder prepares for the famous Westmorland County Show, in the Dales, locals arrange a fund raiser to get the church bells at St Bartholomew's ringing again
At Bleak Bank Farm, William takes charge and gets baling during a break in the weather. And GP Stuart Allen attempts a fifty-mile run along the entire length of The Lakes.
In Honister, there's a visit to England's last remaining slate mine. At Bleak Bank Farm the cows are coming in for winter. And a wild swimmer braves a chilly Buttermere.
Hill farmer Arnold's sheep break into the farm next door. Rector Sarah Lunn is busy building communities across her 12 parishes. And some metal detectorists head for the hills.
Pete and Rona head to the Dales hoping to make sheep's milk ice-cream. Gamekeepers set the heather ablaze in Wensleydale. And an antiques dealer looks to drum-up business.
A train fireman prepares for one of the UK's most scenic railway journeys, from Settle to Carlisle. And a Lakes whisky-maker hopes to distil the region's first single malt.
As winter descends, farmers and their milk are stranded by the snow. A sheep gets stuck in the mud and a slate mine becomes an impromptu ski resort.
The villagers of Carlton-in-Coverdale prepare for the Tour de Yorkshire. Farmers Pete and Rona milk sheep to make ice cream. And GP Stuart climbs Napes Needle.
Craftsman Pete repairs an industrial relic. Ranger Nathan Fox prepares for the arrival of a pair of ospreys. And Marina begins her new career as a professional angler.
It's lambing season in the Dales and jester time in The Lakes. Plus, James Ratcliffe returns to Sedbergh with plans to transform a pub into a top-end restaurant.