Next Episode of Devon and Cornwall is
Daily life in the beautiful south west - from the viewpoint of locals, villagers, farmers, fishermen, shop-keepers and the tourist industry.
The return of the documentary examining life in the two counties in south-west England, following Cornish fisherman Phil Trebilcock as he heads out to sea to find lobster and crab. In foothills of Exmoor, farmers Rob and Sarah Taylor ready their native ponies for the show season, while on Lundy Island, warden Dean Jones is hopeful that the seabird colonies are making a comeback.
On the Isles of Scilly, fisherman Adam Morton and his family make the most of the busy tourist season at their fish and chip shop, while on the Cornish mainland, farrier and horseman David Jones and his daughter Myrtle head out to tackle a rampant bracken problem in an old woodland. Steamboat enthusiast Nigel Cooper sails his vessel the Halcyon along the river Dart for Dartmouth's Royal Regatta, while in Trebah Garden on the south coast of Cornwall, head gardener Darren Dickey is creating a new Victorian-style stumpery with an array of ferns.
High up on Dartmoor, shepherds Steve and Crispin Alford gather their sheep for a speed-shearing competition. It's a big day for Steve, as it's the first time he's hosted the annual charity event on his farm. In east Devon, master wheelwrights Greg and Mike Rowland embark on a new commission - building a gun carriage to sit aboard the HMS Warrior, while on the south coast of Cornwall, foraging chef Greg Milne wanders the woodland in search of inspiration for a new dish to serve at his restaurant on St Michael's Mount.
In north Devon, artist Steve Pleydell-Pearce veers off from his normal coastal hotspots for Speke's Mill Mouth Waterfall, hoping to capture the grandeur and majesty of the landmark. Steeplejack Andrew Tarplee takes on an ancient church tower in the village of Paul in Cornwall, where he abseils down the 800-year-old tower to repair and repaint its clock faces, protecting them from the ravages of time.
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