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Our Yorkshire Farm

  • Season 3
  • 6 episodes
  • Science
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Episode 1: Our Yorkshire Farm

Summary

The Owens bid farewell to Raven as she leaves for university, while four-year-old Clemmy is about to start school - but is less keen on leaving the farm, especially since it means less time with her beloved pony Tony. The family has to pull together when Clive goes into hospital for hip-replacement surgery, preventing him from working on the farm as winter draws nearer.

Review

As we return to the Yorkshire Dales and Ravenseat Farm, home of Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen, her husband Clive and their nine children, big changes are afoot.

Eldest daughter Raven, 18, is off to university. “Do you want some sticks to light a fire?” asks Dad, helpfully, as Raven does her last-minute packing.

And there should be a red-letter day for four-year-old Clemmy, who is due to start school. But she’s in tears and would much rather stay at home with her beloved Tony the pony.

It’s a sweet, cheerful little peek into what looks to be a happily chaotic life lived in a hard-edged, but beautiful, rural idyll.

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DirectorBen Jamieson
Executive producerHarry Lansdown
Executive producerNatalie Wilkinson
ProducerBen Jamieson
Series producerKate Fraser

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  • Episode 1

    Our Yorkshire Farm

    Summary

    The Owens bid farewell to Raven as she leaves for university, while four-year-old Clemmy is about to start school - but is less keen on leaving the farm, especially since it means less time with her beloved pony Tony. The family has to pull together when Clive goes into hospital for hip-replacement surgery, preventing him from working on the farm as winter draws nearer.

    Review

    As we return to the Yorkshire Dales and Ravenseat Farm, home of Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen, her husband Clive and their nine children, big changes are afoot.

    Eldest daughter Raven, 18, is off to university. “Do you want some sticks to light a fire?” asks Dad, helpfully, as Raven does her last-minute packing.

    And there should be a red-letter day for four-year-old Clemmy, who is due to start school. But she’s in tears and would much rather stay at home with her beloved Tony the pony.

    It’s a sweet, cheerful little peek into what looks to be a happily chaotic life lived in a hard-edged, but beautiful, rural idyll.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorBen Jamieson
    Executive producerHarry Lansdown
    Executive producerNatalie Wilkinson
    ProducerBen Jamieson
    Series producerKate Fraser
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