Beyond River Cottage

April 2022
48:54

S1 Ep10

Expired 4.0 3 x
It’s Christmas and Hugh is preparing for River Cottage HQ’s final event of the year. The plan is to shoot, harvest, gather and cook enough food to furnish the tables for a magnificent medieval festive banquet.
24:10

S1 Ep9

Expired 3.0 7 x
Hugh's hens have produced almost 30 chicks over the summer, and he's looking to the young cockerals to provide the main course for a feast.
March 2022
24:01

S1 Ep7

Expired 3.0 4 x
It’s high summer and the season's underway for Dorset's carnivals and regattas. Never one to miss an opportunity for trade, Hugh teams up with Lyme Regis fisherman John Wason to catch, cook and flog John’s favourite fruit of the sea - whelks.
24:08

S1 Ep8

Expired 4.0 2 x
The day has come for Hugh to harvest his first crop of home-spun honey. At River Cottage HQ, with the help of bee-keeper Ken Bishop, Hugh carefully extracts a healthy 25lbs of glowing golden sweetness.
24:17

S1 Ep5

Expired 4.0 3 x
Spring spells many new arrivals at Hugh’s farm. Maggie has given birth to 11 piglets, and they are today joined by two new lambs.
24:20

S1 Ep6

Expired 3.0 2 x
With spring fast becoming summer, Hugh is tempted into installing beehives at The River Cottage HQ in order to reap the harvest of the bees’ hard work
24:04

S1 Ep3

Expired 4.0 5 x
Hugh’s sow Maggie is due to give birth to piglets. There is little Hugh can do to help except build a maternity room and leave her to it.
24:08

S1 Ep4

Expired 4.0 3 x
On May Day every year you can find the Wessex Morris Men dancing on the Cerne Abbas Giant. Crowds gather to watch the event and this presents Hugh with the perfect opportunity to make some cash selling chocolate waffles
24:21

S1 Ep1

Expired 4.0 8 x
It's five years since Hugh left London behind for rural Dorset, and now he and his growing family are moving on from River Cottage to the nearby farm of their dreams.
24:20

S1 Ep2

Expired 4.0 3 x
It's been several weeks since Hugh took a lease on a collection of barns near his new farm in Dorset. He plans to turn them into a culinary headquarters - a place he can use as an outlet for his home.
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