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Explore the outdoor world of farming and the countryside with JB and Storm from Down on the Farm.
Storm visits a farm in Scotland to find out how tea is grown, JB discovers how an amazing tractor uses space technology to plant barley, and some children in London look after some baby ducklings.
Storm goes to a farm in Lincolnshire to plant and harvest cauliflowers. JB finds out how farmers look after their cows in spring. We meet some children who are helping barn owls by building them somewhere safe to lay their eggs. Storm shares a spring poem and we discover how to turn garden waste into something really useful for farmers.
Storm travels to Norfolk to find out about a colourful vegetable that's harvested in spring - radishes. JB joins a family who are off to market to buy a new ewe and lambs for their farm. We meet some children who show us how to build an outdoor shelter, just like lots of animals do. JB goes in search of some baby animals with his friends at a community farm in London and Storm shares a spring poem about lambs.
Storm travels to a farm near Bath to help plant some lavender. JB finds out about a green vegetable that's ready to harvest in spring and meets some children in London who are making fresh food to eat at their local farm. Storm shares a colourful spring poem and we go to a bakery to see something tasty being made with flour - pizza.
Storm visits a farm in Warwickshire to find out all about some unusual animals - buffalo. JB goes to a rooftop farm in the city to discover how fish help to grow salad leaves and herbs. Some school children in London show Storm how to make compost with some very helpful creatures. JB shares a spring poem and we see how potatoes are planted on a farm in Scotland.
Storm visits a farm in Scotland to help pick leaves for a delicious salad, while JB goes to a stud farm in Herefordshire to discover how they look after their horses and foals. Children at a school in Huddersfield show us how to make a hotel for summer bugs, we make burgers for a barbeque and Storm shares a summer poem about flying.
Storm goes to East Lothian where something unusual is growing - lobsters! JB discovers how computers and spiders help cucumbers grow on a farm in Essex. We meet some children from a beach club in Scotland who are combing the sand to help the wildlife, we find out how a farmer in Wales turns goats' milk into soap, and Storm shares a summer poem.
Storm picks beautiful summer flowers to make some tasty treats in Devon. JB visits a farm in Shropshire to find out all about their unusual crop - quinoa - whilst Storm joins children in Wiltshire who are working together to look after the farm animals. We see how farmers keep potatoes healthy in summer and JB shares a poem about growing.
Storm visits a farm in Somerset to discover how they train and look after over 8,000 chickens! JB goes to a hill farm in Yorkshire to lend a hand with their unusual cows and meets some children in Leeds who are building ponds to help the wildlife. We pick raspberries in the Scottish Borders to make some yummy ice lollies, and JB shares a summer poem about growing.
Storm helps pick lavender on a farm in Somerset and finds out how they make lavender oil, while JB discovers how pigs keep cool in the hot summer weather. We visit a festival in Herefordshire to see lots of funny scarecrows, Storm shares a poem about summer picnics and we learn how blackcurrants are made into juice drinks.
Storm goes to North Ronaldsay to meet a flock of sheep that eat something very unusual - seaweed! JB goes to a big factory to discover what happens to onions once they've been harvested. Some children in Nottingham take us on a night-time walk to look for bats and we discover how to make yummy apple and blackberry pie. Storm shares an autumn poem about spiders.
Storm goes to an unusual farm in London to discover how edible herbs and leaves can be grown underground. Guest presenter Rory meets some hairy cows and finds out why they love being outside in the cold. We meet some children in Stevenage who learn how to help birds in the winter. JB shares a cosy winter poem and we see how a chilly treat is made at a farm in Ayrshire.
Storm goes to Orkney to find out how salmon are farmed at sea, while JB discovers how a farmer in Gloucestershire uses a drone in autumn. We meet a family in Nottingham who are preparing a celebratory meal with fresh fruit and vegetables and we visit a farm to see how they make the soil healthier. Finally, Storm shares an autumn poem.
JB goes to a sheep farm in Gloucestershire to learn about quad bikes, while Storm and her helpers visit a maze to discover which crop it's made from. We see some amazing creations at a wood carving festival in Scotland and find out how oats are made into breakfast cereal. Storm shares a poem about the sounds of autumn.
JB visits a farm in Norfolk to lend a hand with the harvest and makes some tasty pear juice. Storm goes to Orkney to find out how wool is dyed, and we meet some children in Nottingham who are hunting for autumn tree seeds. We discover how a vegetable is turned into something sweet, and JB shares a poem about the colours of autumn.
Storm goes to Wales to help out on a farm that grows over fifty different types of holly. In Lancashire, JB meets some beautiful fell ponies who live out on the hills throughout the cold winter months. Some expert knitters in the Scottish borders show us how to knit with wool yarn, and we discover how a farm in Aberdeenshire uses energy to make electricity. Finally, Storm shares a poem about the month of February.
Storm visits a deer farm in Scotland and goes out at night to count wild deer with a very special camera. JB helps harvest some tasty winter vegetables at a farm in Northern Ireland. We meet some children at a community garden in Belfast who are picking and pickling beetroot, and we go to a factory to discover how to turn potatoes into crisps. Finally, Storm shares a snowy, winter poem.
Storm goes to a factory in Orkney to find out how they make cheddar cheese. JB visits a farm on an important day to help scan their pregnant sheep. We meet some children helping to keep their local canal clean by picking up litter, and we go to a factory to discover how baked beans are made. Finally, Storm and JB wrap up for a winter poem.
Storm visits a farmer who has some very unusual helpers on his farm - robots! JB meets two cats who are moving from the city to the countryside to live on a farm. Some children in Wales show Storm how to look after donkeys in the winter, and we discover why glass is a recycling superhero. Finally, JB shares a frosty winter poem.
Storm goes to a farm in Northern Ireland to see how they keep their swedes cosy in cold weather. JB meets some children who go to nursery on a farm and joins their lesson about winter jobs. Storm has a go at making recycled seed paper at a school in London, and we discover how to bake tasty soda farls. Finally, JB shares a poem about a winter flower.
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