The Dales With Ade Edmondson

January 2014

S3 Ep12

3.5 81 x
Adrian Edmondson revisits Clare Gardiner in West Burton to find out whether she is enjoying success with her new shop, and Kirkby Malham farmer Will Wildman travels to Middleton to buy the sheep he hopes will improve his family's flock. Meanwhile, Swinithwaite Hall owner Bridget Thornton-Berry hosts the estate's first car rally. (Season Final) (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC

S3 Ep11

3.0 78 x
Midwife Chris Warren visits an expectant mother in Masham, while drummer Mike Naylor of the Swale Valley Stompers invites his grand-daughter Charlotte to join the jazz band for a concert at the Harrogate Flower Show. Adrian Edmondson finds out whether the Wensleydale Railway volunteers have realised their dream of opening up the disused line between Leeming Bar and Northallerton. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC

S3 Ep10

3.0 39 x
Wensleydale Railway general manager Nigel Park and his team of volunteers put on an event to raise money to open up the old line between Leeming Bar and Northallerton, which would connect the Dales to the East Coast mainline. Adrian Edmondson spends a day with vet Amy Swales on her rounds in the Swaledale area, while the Wensleydale Young Farmers are given a lesson in the art of auctioneering by expert Maurice Scott. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC

S3 Ep9

3.0 33 x
Adrian Edmondson visits West Burton in North Yorkshire, where Clare Gardiner is planning to open a shop at the side of her home, and heads to nearby Leyburn to find out about the role Young Farmers' Clubs have played in the Dales since they began in 1921. The actor also sees how the summer is progressing for Carleton-based goat farmer Stephen Akrigg as he tries to secure orders for his new smoked cheese. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC

S3 Ep8

3.0 37 x
Adrian Edmondson revisits the Owen family to find out how shepherdess Amanda keeps her six children entertained during the summer at Ravenseat Farm. He also meets James and Gayle Robinson as they compete in an agricultural show in Wensleydale, and drops in on Fourum Folk's rehearsals for their 40th-anniversary concert. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC

S3 Ep7

3.0 48 x
Adrian Edmondson revisits the Wildman family's farm in Kirkby Malham for the opening of the charcuterie, and follows the Dales tradition of the Burning of the Bartle in West Witton, where an effigy of a sheep stealer is paraded through the streets and set alight. He also finds out about the fundraising plans of Wensleydale Railway general manager Nigel Park. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC

S3 Ep6

3.0 29 x
Adrian Edmondson visits Sedbergh, Cumbria, to meet 16-year-old Sam Roper - the youngest competitor in the gruelling Three Peaks Cyclo-Cross race - and travels to Gunnerside, Swaledale. #SBSdoco

S3 Ep5

3.0 54 x
Adrian Edmondson visits Ripley Castle in Harrogate - home to Sir Thomas and Lady Emma Ingilby. He then embarks on an expedition to capture images of red squirrels with Dales photographer Simon Phillpotts, before returning to Ravenseat Farm where a shepherd gives some vital lessons to a young farmer. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC

S3 Ep4

3.0 26 x
Adrian Edmondson visits Giggleswick School in Ribblesdale amid preparations for a 500th-anniversary concert featuring world-famous orchestra the Halle. #SBSdoco
December 2013

S3 Ep3

1.5 32 x
Adrian Edmondson marks the 100th anniversary of Reeth Show in Swaledale, where 11-year-old Raven Owen is taking part in her first horse-riding competition, and farmers John, George and Albert Allison hope to win their late father's memorial trophy in its inaugural year. Ade also auditions for a part in the Grassington Players' latest production and learns about the theatrical group's role in the community. (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC
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