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Every spring thousands of people from all over the world converge on the Gloucestershire village of Brockworth. They come to watch - and also to compete - in one of rural England's craziest traditions: cheese rolling.
This year, there's a new competitor lining up at the top of super-steep Cooper's Hill - Inside Out West presenter Seb Choudhury. Seb has signed up to take part in the terrifying race where 25 people throw themselves down the hill in pursuit of a wheel of Double Gloucester cheese. But as he prepares to take part, he finds out more about the race, the cheese and the people who've battled to keep it true to its roots.
In the shadow of Snowdon, 26-year-old Teleri Fielden is given an opportunity to fulfil her dream of becoming an upland hill farmer. She has won a scholarship to run the beautiful National Trust farm Llyndy Isaf, near Beddgelert, for a year, covering more than 600 acres of mostly mountainside stocked with sheep and cattle. Physically small but big in heart and optimism, Teleri is determined to break into the male-dominated farming industry. But will she be able to cope with lambing on one of the toughest farms in Snowdonia during one of the bleakest springs in living memory? Showing as part of the Our Lives strand.
As Pope Francis prepares to visit Ireland this August, this documentary explores people's relationship with the holy father and how it has changed over the decades, and examines how historically, a picture of his holiness in the home has always been a source of great comfort to thousands of Catholics across the land.
Documentary following Alex Macdonald who, for 40 years, has stalked deer through the hills and glens above Fort William, in the same way his father, grandfather and great-grandfather did before him. Now he wants to hand his expertise on to his 15-year-old son. In this intimate portrait of a unique way of life, the programme follows Alex through the ferocity of one of Scotland's worst winters to the high heat of summer as he manages the 3,000 red deer that populate the Achnacarry estate.
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