Episode 1109



Matt Baker visits Cornwall's Penwith Peninsula, the westernmost point in mainland England, to meet a seascape artist who uses a kayak to search for inspiration, and Julia Bradbury cooks a dish using Japanese knotweed. John Craven investigates whether commodity traders are driving up food prices, Adam Henson transfers his latest flock of newborn lambs from the sheds to the fields, and Katie Knapman learns why a herd of goats could help preserve some of Britain's most precious pieces of maritime history.

Cast & Crew

Executive Editor Andrew Thorman
Series Producer Teresa Bogan