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June 2, 2011

the lakes s01.

This series follows Rory McGrath during the summer of 2010 in the Lake District as he meets the many people who work in this beautiful part of Britain - from hoteliers to farmers and tour guides to mountain rescue volunteers. As the series progresses, we see how the summer unfolds for all of them.

This is a repack of previously published individual articles.


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May 31, 2011

ground force s08.

Originally aired in 2003.

Television series in which a group of professional landscapers/hardscapers creates or transforms a garden in two days as a surprise for one of the owners. Household names Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh head the hard working crew.


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May 29, 2011

gardening australia s22e16 2011.

Sat 28th May 2011.

Josh Byrne visits an unusual house in Fremantle, where the garden has been designed to provide shelter, shade and security. Jerry Coleby-Williams plants a range of onions and their relatives suited to the subtropics and Jane Edmanson shows what will grow under the competition of trees and how to get them to thrive. Also in this programme, Leonie Norrington shows a simple way to grow leafy greens in a small garden and John Patrick visits a garden where the owner has filled a difficult sloped block with an amazing collection of rare plants.


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May 28, 2011

ground force s07.

Originally aired in 2002.

Television series in which a group of professional landscapers/hardscapers creates or transforms a garden in two days as a surprise for one of the owners. Household names Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh head the hard working crew.


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May 26, 2011

gardeners’ world s39e08 2006.

Air date Friday 19th May 2006.

Monty and Joe continue the development of their new gardens at Berryfields. This week, Monty and Joe are continuing with the development of their brand new gardens at Berryfields, the shady garden, and the modern family garden, and Carol is giving the small town fruit garden a new twist and changing the planting to make a beautiful herb potager. Sarah visits a plants-man obsessed with collecting botanical gems.


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May 26, 2011

wainwright walks s03: coast to coast

Beautifully simple, beautifully defined and providing a complete spectrum of northern England. Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk is 190 miles that have become one of the classic long-distance challenges of the British Isles - a challenge that now faces Julia Bradbury.


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May 23, 2011

monty don’s italian gardens s01.

Monty Don takes a grand tour around Italy's magnificent gardens, from the luxurious retreats of the moneyed North to the lavish hideaways of the romantic South. Monty begins his journey in Rome, powerbase of emperors and popes, to explore gardens that are among some of the most extravagant and flamboyant ever created.

This is a repack of previously posted individual articles.


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May 23, 2011

ground force s06.

Originally aired in 2001.

Television series in which a group of professional landscapers/hardscapers creates or transforms a garden in two days as a surprise for one of the owners. Household names Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh head the hard working crew.


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May 22, 2011

gardening australia s22e15 2011.

Sat 21st May 2011.

Angus Stewart visits the winner of Gardening Australia's 'Gardener of the Year' for 2010, has a look around their garden and presents them with their award, Sophie Thomson shows how to incorporate some hardy perennial vegetables into an ornamental garden and Stephen Ryan updates the Vegie Guide - looking at what's good to plant in vegie Gardens, around the country.

Jerry Coleby-Williams explains what plants attract pollinators and starts a new garden bed to bring even more into his productive backyard.


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May 21, 2011

gardeners’ world s44e10 2011.

Friday 20th May 2011.

As the cow parsley and hawthorn blossom herald the real arrival of summer, the jewel garden starts to show signs of the abundance of colour that is to come. Monty Don prepares to surround the courtyard garden with scented summer pots. He also shares tips on how to care for citrus plants in containers. Joe Swift visits a rarely seen private garden created by one of Britain's foremost designers that will open for the first time as part of collaboration between the RHS and the Society of Garden Designers. This wonderful contemporary space has a free-flowing organic style inspired by the surrounding landscape.


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