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TV Show: Gardeners' World ( 1968 )
Gardening show packed with good ideas, tips, advice from experts and timely reminders to get the most out of your garden, whatever its size or type.
TV Show: The Wartime Kitchen and Garden ( 1993 )
This BBC2 series takes readers back to the days when Hitler's U-boats patrolled the Atlantic, and imported foods were scarce. For the men, woman and children left behind during World War II, life changed dramatically. People who had never gardened before had to start growing their own fruit and vegetables, housewives had to cope with rationing, and their families had to get used to unfamiliar foods such as spam and nettle soup. The book includes the personal memories of Ruth Mott and Harry Dodson (television's "Victorian" cook and gardener, respectively), as well as tales and anecdotes from many people who remember wartime cookery and "digging for victory".
TV Show: Monty Don's Italian Gardens ( 2011 )
Monty Don conducts his personal 'grand garden tour' around Italy, including the retreats of the affluent north and horticultural gems of the south.
TV Show: Gardening Australia ( 2010 )
Gardening Australia provides practical, realistic, and credible horticultural and gardening advice, inspiring and entertaining all Australian gardeners around the nation. Presented by Australia's leading horticultural experts, Gardening Australia is a valuable resource to all gardeners through the television program, the magazine, books, DVDs and extensive online content.
TV Show: Monty Don's Japanese Gardens ( 2019 )
Monty Don visits Japan to trace the history of its gardens from early boating gardens, through Buddhist temples and Zen gardens up to a modern tea house.
TV Show: The Good Life ( 1975 )
Tom and Barbara Good are a middle class suburban couple who on Tom's 40th birthday decide to turn their Surbiton home into a self-sufficient allotment. They grow their own food, keep farm animals and have sold or bartered all of their electrical appliances as they have no electricity. This creates friction with their best friends and next door neighbours, Jerry and Margo Leadbetter. But even though the Goods have lowered the tone of the neighbourhood in the Leadbetter's eyes they still can't help but be best of friends.
TV Show: The Victorian Kitchen Garden ( 1987 )
The Victorian Kitchen Garden goes behind the walls of Chilton Foliat in Berkshire, where Harry Dodson carefully recreates a traditional Victorian Kitchen Garden. Using traditional tools Harry painstakingly transformed the weed-choked ground into a gardener's and cook's delight solving many horticultural mysteries along the way and showing how gardeners dealt with pests and how they grew exotic fruits and vegetables for the household all year round.
TV Show: The Victorian Flower Garden ( 1991 )
Horticulture lecturer Peter Thoday and Harry Dodson present this series demonstrating how simple and exotic flowers were cultivated in the Victorian era. Re-enactments are used to explain how the head gardener would supply the lady of the house with the blooms she required, in addition to decorating the dining and mansion rooms and sometimes conservatories with suitable flowers. Harry also recreates the displays which would have been used for decorating Victorian weddings, musicals and funerals.
TV Show: The Victorian Kitchen ( 1989 )
Peter Thoday and Harry Dodson present this acclaimed BBC2 series focusing on the working relationship between the cook of a Victorian country house and the head gardener. A variety of foods from the past are examined as the programme recreates authentic breakfasts, afternoon teas, picnic lunches and dinner parties.
TV Show: Giles and Sue Live the Good Life ( 2010 )
In celebration of The Good Life's 35th birthday, Giles Coren and Sue Perkins step back in time to 1975 to find out what it takes to make the self-sufficient dream a reality.
TV Show: Our Yorkshire Farm ( 2018 )
Documentary series set on the Owen family's remote farm in the Yorkshire Dales.
TV Show: Wartime Farm ( 2012 )
Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn face up to the challenges of the biggest revolution ever seen in the history of the British countryside as they turn Manor Farm back tohow it was run in the Second World War. When Britain entered the war, two-thirds of all Britain's food was imported - and now it was under threat from a Nazi blockade. To save Britain from starvation, the nation's farmers were tasked with doubling food production in what Churchill called 'the frontline of freedom'. This meant ploughing up 6.5 million acres of unused land - a combined area bigger than the whole of Wales.
TV Show: Victorian Farm ( 2009 )
Historical observational documentary series following a team who live the life of Victorian farmers for a year.
TV Show: Victorian Farm Christmas ( 2009 )
Victorian Farm Christmas looks into the lives of 19th century farmers and shows you how to make traditional gifts, food, games and decorations.
TV Show: Edwardian Farm ( 2010 )
Edwardian Farm is a historical documentary TV series in twelve parts, first shown on BBC Two from November 2010 to January 2011. It depicts a group of historians trying to run a farm like it was done during the Edwardian era. It was made for the BBC by independent production company Lion Television and filmed at Morwellham Quay, an historic quay in Devon. The farming team was historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn. The series was devised and produced by David Upshal and directed by Stuart Elliott, Chris Michell and Naomi Benson.
TV Show: Ground Force ( 1997 )
Ground Force is a British garden makeover television series originally broadcast by the BBC between 1997 and 2005. The series was originally hosted by Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh and was produced by Endemol for the BBC.
TV Show: The A to Z of TV Gardening ( 2013 )
Carol Kirkwood looks through the world of television gardening using the letters of the alphabet.
TV Show: Gardeners' World Top Tips ( 2008 )
Ten-part step by step guide to gardening.
TV Show: Better Homes and Gardens ( 1996 )
Homes and gardens come alive in this weekly lifestyle show packed full of ideas and information. Presented by Johanna Griggs, with Graham Ross, Dr Harry Cooper, Ed Halmagyi, Jason Hodges, Karen Martini, Tara Dennis, Adam Dovile and Demi Harman.
TV Show: Garden Smart ( 2017 )
This instructional series hosted by plantsman Eric Johnson provides viewers with practical gardening advice. The show, described as a ``hands in the dirt'' experience, addresses topics that are varied, timely and cutting edge. Each week, an expert horticulturist provides gardening insight from fantastic gardening locations across the United States. Each weekly episode follows the growing season, allowing the information presented to be pertinent and helpful the same day an episode airs.
Movie: The Flying Gardeners ( 2015 )
A Flying Gardener does not work with the usual well-defined courtyard or flowerbed. A Flying Gardener faces altitude, ropes and gravity because he deals with a Vertical Forest. A Skyscraper where humans and trees live and grow between concrete and clouds: this is the habitat of a Flying Gardener. As accurate and precise as a gardener has to be, a Flying Gardener needs the grace to swing from a terrace to the other and the strength to cut branches. When he is hanging up there taking care of a vertical-growing nature, he can see the world from a different perspective. What is horizontal becomes vertical. This is the philosophy behind the Vertical Forest and behind the choice of being a Flying Gardener.
TV Show: The Private Life of Plants ( 1995 )
Without plants, there would be no food, no animals of any sort, no life on earth at all. Yet for most of the time their lives remain a secret to us, hidden, private events.The reason is merely a difference of time. Plants live on a different time-scale from ours. Though not obviously to the naked eye, they are constantly on the move: developing, fighting, avoiding or exploiting predators or neighbours, struggling to find food, to increase their territories, to reproduce themselves, to find and hold a place in the sun. We only need to learn to look.
TV Show: The Great Gardening Challenge ( 2019 )
Nicki Chapman and Diarmuid Gavin host a horticultural competition, in which two teams of designers are challenged to transform unloved spaces in just 48 hours, with Carol Klein and Mark Gregory judging the results.
Movie: Kew's Forgotten Queen ( 2016 )
TV Show: Your Chelsea Flower Show ( 2020 )
Nicki Chapman presents a week of programmes from the greatest flower show in the world, full of inspiring tips for your summer garden.
TV Show: RHS Chelsea Flower Show ( 2006 )
BBC coverage of the world's greatest flower show.
TV Show: RHS Flower Show Tatton Park ( 2009 )
Coverage of the last major flower show of the season.
TV Show: Hampton Court Palace Flower Show ( 2007 )
Coverage of the annual flower show at Hampton Court Palace.
TV Show: Jimmy's Farm ( 2004 )
A city dweller's dream: leave the big smoke for the Suffolk countryside, establish a farm specialising in rare pigs, and make a living producing the finest sausages money can buy. This series follows 28-year-old Essex boy Jimmy Doherty as he attempts to turn such a dream into reality - only he knows nothing about pigs, takes the risk of borrowing Β£55,000 and, to the dismay of his girlfriend and parents, buys a ruin of a farm with no water or electricity. He then turns to his city friends for help. The results are what nightmares are made of.
TV Show: Beechgrove ( 2010 )
The Beechgrove Garden has been on air since 1978 and remains a firm favourite with audiences in Scotland. It consistently outperforms what is being screened by BBC Network in the same slot. At the heart of the series is a 2.5 acre home garden, situated on a cold, inhospitable slope west of Aberdeen, deliberately chosen to reflect Scotland's harsher climate. Horticultural advice in gardening magazines and on UK network gardening programmes is rarely suitable for most of the UK outside the South East of England. Beechgrove shares with its viewers the weekly challenge to work with the Scottish conditions to produce maximum yield of as many varieties as possible of fruit, flowers and vegetables.
Movie: Gardening is Good ( 2015 )
People all over east London, including community gardener Richard, psychiatrist Selçuk and young people in Hackney Marsh Adventure Playground, explain why gardening means so much. Everyone's story is different.
Movie: Flower Show ( 2010 )
The Flower Show at St. Germans Festival, Cornwall. Not your usual flower show.
TV Show: Farmen ( 2019 )
Swedish version of the reality show in which six women and six men are thrown together to survive as farmers without the luxuries of running water, electricity and mobile telephones.
TV Show: Born Mucky: Life on the Farm ( 2020 )
Series capturing the reality of life for modern British farmers, exploring the resilience and commitment required to keep farms thriving.
TV Show: Gourmet Farmer ( 2010 )
This series follows the well known food critic Matthew Evans as he finds and settles into a farmlet in rural Tasmania. To succeed in this new venture he must learn about the best animals to rear, how to plant a fruitful garden and to cook with a woodfired oven. Matthew's philosophy is that to really know our food, to trust our food, we need to have an association, or at least knowledge of, those that grow it or rear it for us. The more degrees of separation from our food, the less it resonates in our lives.
Movie: The Farmer Has a Wife ( 1986 )
TV Show: Saturday Farm ( 2013 )
Series takes a look Daylesford an organic, working farm with a cooking school producing and celebrating the best in season. It is located on two thousand acres of glorious Cotswolds countryside where Gloucester cattle, Bronze turkeys, five breeds of sheep and Legbar hens live alongside a flourishing market garden and an award-winning bakery, butchery and creamery. Dick and James Strawbridge present the show.
Movie: The Farm Hand ( 1927 )
Movie: Young Farmer ( 2008 )
A film that explores how young people, choosing a career in farming, start up for the first time.
TV Show: The Farm Fixer ( 2012 )
Nick Hewer presents a series in which he helps small farms and rural enterprises to diversify and survive.
Movie: Young Farmers ( 2011 )
Follow 10 young Californians as they dare to step outside the norm and commit to living sustainable lives.
TV Show: Modern Farmer ( 2014 )
"Excellent Souls (ExSo)" is a rock band consists of Lee Min Ki, Kang Hyuk, Yoo Han Chul and Han Ki Joon. However, they were unable to debut due to certain circumstances and they continue to live as normal ordinary people. After seven years, Min Ki was caught by a loan shark. In order to pay back his debt, he decided to move to the countryside and becoming a farmer to grow cabbages. The other ExSo members also follow Min Ki to the village with the aim to realize their old dream to debut and make an album. While coming to the Hadurok Ri village, Min Ki accidentally jumped into his childhood first love, Yoonhee. This drama tells the stories of their dreams, loves and friendships.
Movie: Brooklyn Farmer ( 2013 )
BROOKLYN FARMER explores the unique challenges facing Brooklyn Grange, a group of urban farmers who endeavor to run a commercially viable farm within the landscape of New York City. The film follows Head Farmer Ben Flanner, CEO Gwen Schantz, Communications Director Anastasia Plakias, Farm Manager Michael Meier, and Beekeeper Chase Emmons as their growing operation expands from Long Island City, Queens to a second roof in the Brooklyn Navy Yards. The team confronts the realities inherent in operating the world's largest rooftop farm in one of the world's biggest cities.
TV Show: Young Black Farmers ( 2006 )
Fuelled by his belief that the English countryside is far too white, Wilfred Emanuel Jones - one of Britain's only black farmers - is on a mission to change all that with his rural scholarship.
TV Show: A Farmer's Life for Me ( 2011 )
Couples with a dream of leaving the rat-race compete to run their very own farm in Suffolk.
TV Show: Nigel and Adam's Farm Kitchen ( 2013 )
Exploring how food gets from farm to fork, and how to make the most of seasonal produce.
TV Show: The Big Flower Fight ( 2020 )
Ten pairs of florists, sculptors and garden designers face off in a friendly floral fight to see who can build the biggest, boldest garden sculptures.
Movie: American Farmer: Precision Ag ( 2011 )
American Farmer is a breakthrough program on a mission to showcase the latest advancements in agriculture and farming. From seed to harvest, livestock and more, our producers have traveled the country covering the people, places and issues impacting all areas of farm country.
TV Show: River Cottage ( 1999 )
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall goes back to the land and the sea in search of an alternative culinary lifestyle. Hugh grows his own produce and sees if he can make vegetables the stars of any meal.
TV Show: River Cottage Australia ( 2013 )
Fifteen years ago, Englishman Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall embarked on an experiment in sustainability and self-sufficiency. He moved to a cottage on a small land-holding in Dorset, and set about learning how to grow his own produce, raise livestock - and become part of a community where sharing not only knowledge, but the fruits of farm labour, were an important part of life. The resulting TV series, "Escape to River Cottage" - and more than a dozen series since – has served as an inspiration to the aspirations of viewers who want to embrace a simpler, healthier life. Far more than cooking shows, the programs have encouraged interest and debate about the importance of local and seasonal produce, and the broader issues of sustainable agriculture and fishing on a global scale. Now, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is ready to take that experiment in downshifting - and the message of sustainability down under, with River Cottage Australia.
TV Show: This Farming Life ( 2016 )
A series following the struggles and triumphs of six very different farming families in some of Scotland's most beautiful and remote landscapes.
TV Show: Garden Rescue ( 2016 )
Charlie Dimmock and award-winning garden designers the Rich brothers compete to design gardens for homeowners around the country.
TV Show: River Cottage to the Core ( 2013 )
Hugh is on a mission to get us eating more fruit, growing more fruit and in particular cooking more with fruit. In this series he shows how fruit can bring an unexpected and delicious twist to meat, fish and vegetable dishes as well as forming the basis for many a fine dessert.
Movie: Codex Alimentarius: The UN Plan to Eradicate Organic Farming and Destroy the Natural Health Industry ( 2009 )
With biting political analysis, Ian R. Crane probes the track record of those who openly crave the introduction of a One World hierarchical government. Exposing the agenda of those who have presided over events leading directly to the launching of illegal wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and who continually demonstrate their desire to perpetuate a state of permanent global conflict; whilst systematically eroding personal freedom, through the process of gradualism. So what does all this have to do with organic farming and natural health? Part of the New World Order agenda is to remove the requirement for food labeling and to restrict and ultimately prohibit the sale of all natural health products. However, this is just the tip of the iceberg; behind the Codex Alimentarius Commission are the United Nations and the World Health Organization, working in conjunction with the multinational pharmaceutical cartel and international banks. It is now a criminal offense in parts of Europe to sell herbs as foods. An agreement called EEC6565 equates selling herbs as foods to selling other illegal drugs. Action is being taken to accelerate bringing other European countries into "harmonization." Yet Ian's message is not all doom and gloom, concluding that the unfolding events present us with significant opportunity for true political alchemy. An ex-oilfield executive, Ian R. Crane now lectures and writes on the geo-political webs that are being spun; with particular focus on US Hegemony and the NWO agenda for control of global resources. Prior to his retirement from the corporate arena, Ian enjoyed a career of 25 years in telecommunications and international oilfield services, a career that provided the opportunity to live & work in the U.K., Continental Europe, the Middle East and Houston, Texas.
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