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John Craven and the Countryfile Spring Diaries team - Keeley Donovan, Jules Hudson and Margherita Taylor - unveil the secrets of spring. After the dark days of winter, spring is nature's alarm call to bring everything back to life. It seems to come round like clockwork, but is that really so? John and Keeley investigate what makes springtime weather so special.
John Craven and the Countryfile Diaries team - Keeley Donovan, Jules Hudson Paul Martin and Margherita Taylor - report on interesting stories of the season. Today, Margherita visits Devon's first commercial tea plantation to discover why the UK could have the ideal environment to grow tea, and finds out how to make clotted cream to go with it. In Kent, Keeley investigates what an earlier spring could mean for the countryside. Jules is in Jersey to find out how golf is helping to protect some of the country's most endangered species. And Paul reveals that feeding bread to ducks could be doing them more harm than good.
John Craven and the Countryfile Diaries team report on the most interesting stories of the season. In this episode, Keeley Donovan joins a group of volunteers renovating vital mountain shelters in the Scottish Highlands. Margherita Taylor meets WWII Land Girl, 93-year-old Elizabeth Henderson, to discover whether the future of farming could be more female. Joe Crowley visits the Vale of Evesham to meet a group of locals who are passionate about asparagus. Steve Brown is in Cambridgeshire to discover how some birds have different accents depending on where in the country they come from. And Paul reveals how to get a bumper crop of fruit from your trees this year.
John Craven and the Countryfile Diaries team report on the most interesting stories of the season. In this edition, Jules Hudson takes to the water to uncover a shocking picture of how plastic is making its way into the food chain, and finds out what can be done to make a difference. In Manchester, Keeley Donovan discover how a cup of tea and a cat could be good for the health. In Wiltshire, Paul gets top tips on how to grow prize-winning giant veg. And Steve Brown is in North Yorkshire to learn how anyone can get a sofa's-eye view of wildlife.
John Craven and the Countryfile Diaries team report on the most interesting stories of the season. In this episode, Keeley Donovan visits an inspirational project in the north east which uses chickens to tackle loneliness and isolation in OAPs. In Somerset, Margherita Taylor discovers the healing power of flowers, while Jules Hudson takes a look at housing of the future. Paul Hudson reflects on the highs and lows of a year trying to live the good life, and in Devon, John unveils a new statue by a local artist on Lynmouth seafront to celebrate its walking heritage.
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