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In Falmouth, a pair of powerboaters put a 1980s Kohaku through its paces. In the Teign Valley, a woodsman and his daughter try to revive the lost tradition of making stave baskets. (S5 Ep4)

December 2023
A festive visit to the residents of the beautiful south west at this busy time of year, from Christmas trees on Cornwall's Lizard peninsula to lobsters, surfing and mulled cider in Newquay.
Series 5
Jack Baines and Nick Dymond plan to turn 275,000 sunflowers, growing near Truro, into Cornwall's first sunflower cooking oil. But they're at the mercy of the Cornish weather. (S5 Ep1)
In Falmouth, a pair of powerboaters put a 1980s Kohaku through its paces. In the Teign Valley, a woodsman and his daughter try to revive the lost tradition of making stave baskets. (S5 Ep4)
Wendy and Andy hope that their ambitious cucamelons and tomatillos can tickle taste buds at Liskeard Farmers' Market. In South Molton, a youthful pony stallion's up for inspection. (S5 Ep3)
On Bodmin Moor, Emma Collison welcomes two new woolly arrivals to her alpaca trekking business. On Dartmoor, farmer Steve Alford and his partner Hayley build a shepherd's hut. (S5 Ep2)
Series 2
Fisherman Adam Morton makes the most of the busy tourist season. Horseman David Jones tackles some bothersome bracken. Trebah Garden's head gardener creates a delightful stumpery. (S2 Ep2)
Series 3
In Polperro, harbourmaster Olly Puckey prepares for the arrival of a huge new storm gate. On the Dartington estate in Devon, dairy farmer Jon Perkin diversifies into goats. (S3 Ep4)
In Cornwall, farmer Bridgette Clamp's new bull is readied for the show season. In Devon, harbourmaster Georgina Carlo-Paat takes delivery of a new robotic waterborne litter picker. (S3 Ep3)
On Bodmin Moor, apple farmer and cider maker Tom Bray creates a special centenary blend of sparkling cider. In Cornwall, local artists raise money to build a new granite walkway. (S3 Ep2)
The series that celebrates the beautiful south west. In Looe, the community gears up for a one-mile wild swim. In Gweek, clean ocean campaigner Steve goes on an adventure. (S3 Ep1)
Series 2
Lesley Perrett's on a mission to bring the Longwool sheep back from the brink of extinction. Landscape managers Steve and Jamie prepare the island of Tresco for a low-tide party. (S2 Ep4)
Shepherds Steve and Crispin prepare for a speed shearing competition. Wheelwrights Greg and Mike build a gun carriage for the HMS Warrior. Chef Greg goes foraging for inspiration. (S2 Ep3)
Fisherman Phil prepares for the annual fish festival. Farmers Rob and Sarah ready their ponies for the show season. Shipwreck hunters go in search of a ship that sank in the 1800s. (S2 Ep1)
Vineyard owner Val plans to open an observatory on the Isles of Scilly. In Devon, two boat-builders turn a clinker into a lugger. Plus: mussel farming, and fossil hunting. (S1 Ep8)
Charlotte returns to the Isles of Scilly, her place of birth, as the islands' new midwife. Plus: local ice cream and charcoal, and a trip to a steam rally in a 1928 Morris Cowley. (S1 Ep7)
On St Michael's Mount, preparations for winter are under way. A Cornish potato farmer makes gin. Plus: camping on Dartmoor, and a search for blue sharks off the Isles of Scilly. (S1 Ep6)
Fisherman Stephen prepares for Clovelly's lobster festival. Harbourmaster Nick awaits the world's largest residential cruise ship. A display pilot delights the masses in St Mawes. (S1 Ep5)
In Brixham, trawlerman Dave sets out to sea. On Bodmin Moor, a young couple are determined to make a go of their dairy farm. And horseback farmers prepare to sell their ponies. (S1 Ep4)
A floating restaurant in Mylor Creek opens after months of planning. Volunteers clean up the coves around Lansallos. And Dartmoor sheep farmers prepare for the Widecombe Fair. (S1 Ep3)