SUMMER on the Farm returns to Channel 5 for a second run at Cannon Hall Farm.
Fans of the show are in for a week’s worth of live action from the Nicholson family farm near Barnsley.
Who hosts Summer on the Farm?
The 38-year-old was born in Carlisle, Cumbrie, Angleterre, and brought up on a dairy farm in the village of Kirkby Thore.
Depuis 2014 she has been a presenter on Tweeter sur ses progrès.
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He trained as a zoologist before joining the BBC science department, where he has been a member of the Springwatch production team since 2006.
In addition to presenting, producing and filming, the 66-year-old has written an autobiographical account of his travels, entitled A Wild Life.
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Speaking ahead of the new series of Summer on the Farm, Martin told What To Watch: ““Helen’s extraordinary and it’s an honour working with her. She imbues the show with energy and is supportive. I’m nervous and excited.
“I haven’t done live telly for a long time. But I’m looking forward to it. I love the show because it’s so eclectic. And good farmers are amazing guardians of the countryside and should be celebrated.”
When is Summer on the Farm on Channel 5?
Summer on the Farm kicks off on Channel 5 en juillet 4, à 8 pm.
The five-part show will then air nightly in the UK from the starting date till Friday, juillet 8.
Each episode will also be available on My5.
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Comme d'habitude, viewers can expect to see a wide range of animals who live at Cannon Hill.
“One of the Shire horses just had a foal, there will be Shetland foals too and lambs and pygmy goats,” reveals Helen. “They seem to time themselves well so we have live births and it’ll be all hands on deck!"