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ian botham is a tit
ian botham is a tit
ian botham is a tit 8:25pm Fri 16 Dec
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Background music 4 Nov
Can anyone give me the music on the first Ben Fogle item - possibly I like you - really like you. Who is it by please??
Rocketstoker 8:31pm Fri 4 Nov
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Yes the National Arboreteum is in Staffordshire, I live by it! I would like to know who Ben Fogyle was riding with, I am sure I have seen her on tv before.
Chloe 9:22pm Mon 28 Dec
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This programme is ludicrously right wing.
Notatory 7:30pm Tue 1 Dec
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Can anyone tell me the piece of music played near the start
piece of music played near the start of the episode on the 17th Novmber about the studland pernisula and scientist cyril Dyver
Burkie 122 8:33pm Mon 1 Dec
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Ireland Canadian horsriding
Can anyone tell me the name of the place where Ben Fogle went riding in Ireland this week, it looked stunning…
Janie 9:06pm Tue 28 Oct
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This weeks episode on Scottish Highlands
On this weeks episode Paul Heiney said "a landscape unchanged in a hundred thousand years" ! Did he forget the last two Ice Ages!
Greatbossman 12:49pm Wed 16 Jul
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the lake district
Can anyone tell me the name of the piano music played in thd middleof tonights episode?
colleen 8:09pm Sun 9 Feb
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Can anyone tell me where ben fogle gets his jackets from in the series
luke 8:46pm Tue 26 Nov
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Slide guitar
Anyone know what the acoustic slide guitar music was that accompanied the Dungeness clip Aug 14th
Dabbler 7:38pm Tue 14 Aug
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The waterfall from the opening credits is Pen Y Garreg
Wes 8:11pm Mon 13 Aug
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waterfall/Dam could you tell me where the waterfall is that is featured on the opening scenes to the show Please thank you.
nickiandjosh 1:33pm Tue 31 Jul
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I believe the National Arboretum is in Staffordshire not Derbyshire as shown in tonight's(23/7/12) programme.
Robbo 8:37pm Mon 23 Jul
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countrywise 21st June 2012.
Could anyone please tell me what the piece of music was they played on the programme on June. when Bettany Hughes went to Kidwelly Castle. It was the Cello piece that played in the background just after Bettany met Janet Jones. Countrywise is lovely, covers pleasant interesting things in just the right amount.
floral. 12:22am Wed 27 Jun
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CAT THOM 5:32pm Sun 13 May
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Incorrect Information
Ironbridge was built by Abraham Darby Not Thomas Telford
Polly 5:00pm Mon 7 May
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drovers route
I believe we have a farm in my town which was used by drovers to rest their cattle.there is a welsh drover buried in the old cemetery,and the town is mentioned as a destination in ancient drovers routes. Horsham West Sussex,the farm may have anglo saxon history also,and is under pressure to be used for building houses.
idris 9:25pm Tue 28 Jun
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Lovely programme
A lovely, gentle programme and were it not for the intrusive adverts I'd say it has the edge over the BBC's Countryfile.
Cuckoo 5:04pm Mon 27 Jun
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can anyone tell me the name of the piece of music in the episode where rachel de thame went to visit great dixter
coco 8:45pm Tue 19 Apr
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Real Countryside
Thanks Countrywise for showing the true countryside ways of life such as grouse moor managment and the benefit that shooting brings to communities and ultimately free range food for the table - BBC's Countryfile would not dare show these topics without some ill informed representative from LACS or similar group.
RoeDeer 2:17pm Wed 13 Apr
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Rod Stewart track
Dairylass - the track was Rhythm of My Heart.
Fshep 5:49pm Sun 2 Jan
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Can't Acess the programme on the ITV Player
I missed the first episode on 3 December in The Lake District and thought I could catch up with it. No such luck. Why does ITV insist on only concentrating on soaps and live shows. The quality programmes seem to get short changed.What little I was able to watch, the first part but not even to the advertising break seemed excellent. I live in hope of finally seeing the rest. I shall make sure I tape or watch the future episodes of this series.
Helene 12:38am Mon 6 Dec
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Ventnor Botanical Gardens
Have just watched Countrywise (Mon 4th Oct) and there was an item on Ventnor Botanical Gardens, the absolutely beautiful haven of peace and quiet and incredible plants trees and flowers on our fabulous Island. If you have visited the Gardens, or loved what you saw and would like to visit them I'm afraid the Isle of Wight Council are threatening to withdraw funding for the Gardens from this year, the decision will be made in December this year, please if you could support the Gardens would you fill in the form at Save Ventnor Botanical Gardens on Facebook or write to George Brown at the Isle of Wight Council Offices to show your disapproval of what they are planning to do. The Gardens would then be in Private hands and a if we lose them now we shall never have them back again, please help us to keep the Botanical Gardens that Islanders and thousands of visitors from all over the world enjoy every year, thank you!
skully 8:21pm Mon 4 Oct
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There was a piece of instrumental music in the middle of the show which I am sure appears in a film. Anyone know the name of it please?
Steve 1:53pm Thu 23 Sep
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I have just watched the programme tonight and it was totally spoiled by the tinkling of the piano whilst people were speeaking, what is it about this latest fad of music being louder than the speaker, it is spoiling programmes and makes me want to change channels. Please STOP this.
Aries 10:56pm Mon 20 Sep
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could you tell me where the waterfall is that is featured on the opening scenes to the show.....thank you.
bob 8:30pm Mon 6 Sep
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Derbyshire Well Dressing
Saw the item three weeks ago and went to Derbyshire this weekend. Visited two villages, very interesting. Thanks to the programme
Tish 10:10am Tue 10 Aug
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opening credit help
can anyone tell me where the waterfall featured in the opening scene is ?
sandy_deal 8:09pm Mon 9 Aug
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re Hour-long episode 30th December , 2009
I missed this episode of Countrytracks which I am anxious to see. I am hoping that it is absent from "catch up" because of the Bank Holiday. Anyway, please let me request the repeat of same on TV or putting it on "catch up". Thank you.
J-bird 7:50pm New Years Day
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great show
can anyone help me find where I can pay to ride a retired racehorse like on the show
jinx 6:01pm Thu 19 Nov
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can anyone tell me the name of the rod stewart song played at the end
dairylass 8:21pm Thu 5 Nov
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thank you paul heiney
I haveonly missed one programme in the whole series - I am so sad that thispresent one is coming to and end - I shall miss the thursday night journey and hope there is another series being planned. You have brought so many childhood memories flooding back.
lancashire lass 10:42pm Sun 1 Nov
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einey brings the countryside to my sitting room.Enthralled as I am please tell me where I can purchase quince jam.. Keep up the good work love this programme...
countrycuckoo 8:17pm Thu 22 Oct
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Brilliant programme, but where is the Victorian Farm?? I think I may have seen the advert in a tour guide when I was on holiday in Norfolk.
Showjumper 12:02am Fri 21 Aug
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Season 1 Episode 12
Paul Heiney asked why the cart in the Haywain was in the water. Many years ago on a country programme - the Presenter's name escapes me - we were told that almost certainly the wooden wheels had dried and shrunk and loosened the iron band tyres so the water would swell the wood and make a good fit again. Love the programme and in fact anything that Paul Heiney does is compulsive viewing
Joywheel 9:20am Fri 12 Jun
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