Countryside In Spring, The

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19900502]The mild winter and early spring have brought forward the elderflowers, which means a busy time for the winery at Twyford in the Thames Valley. Mollie Harris tastes the fruit of their labours. Producer Irene Mallis
Genome: [r4 Bd=19900502] Unknown: Thames Valley.|Unknown: Mollie Harris|Producer: Irene Mallis
Genome: [r4 Bd=19900502] Unknown: Thames Valley.|Unknown: Mollie Harris|Producer: Irene Mallis
Genome: [r4 Bd=19900506]The mild winter and early spring have brought forward the elderflowers, which means a busy time for the winery at|Twyford in the Thames Valley. Mollie Harris tastes the fruit of their labours.
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910427]A royal edition of the programme as Mollie Harris visits the ancestral home of the Earl of Lichfield for the Shugborough Gamekeepers' Fair. The gamekeepers from Windsor give a rare demonstration of their expertise in running gun dogs and. in between visits to the cider tent, Mollie and Martin Muncaster learn about falconry and attend the shotgun clinic.|Producer Irene Mallis

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Unknown: Mollie Harris|Unknown: Martin Muncaster|Producer: Irene Mallis
Genome: [r4 Bd=19910427] Unknown: Mollie Harris|Unknown: Martin Muncaster|Producer: Irene Mallis
Programme Catalogue - Details: 199005021990050202 May 1990|Next in series: 27 April 1991|Previous in series: 19 April 1989|Description|SBH:Hurdle-maker interviewed by Clive Fewins.|From The Countryside in Spring.|PRE:Vincent: demonstrates utensils of his trade & shows Fewins how he makes sheep hurdles out of ash wood.|OTN:TLN017/90OS0205 TXN/TDT:R4 02-May-1990 CON:FEWINS Clive (int) VINCENT Michael (spkr)|SBH:Crofters Jean and Robert Wallace, on the Orkney isle of Shapinsay, talk to Lyn Ten Kate and demonstrate their cheese-making.|PRE:Jean: stirring cheese, describes her work - it's automatic to her now.|Robert: describes the dairy cows and names them as he milks them.|Both: importance of cleanliness.|Jean: describes her work as she packs the cheese into moulds and then presses them.|Robert: made press from bits of an old destroyer, an old car and a plastic drainpipe! Jean: taking off whey to feed the pigs.|Robert & Ten Kate delight in the view from the farmhouse.|OTN:TLN017/90OS0205 TXN/TDT:R4 02-May-1990|Broadcast history|02 May 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)|Contributors|Lyn Ten Kate (int)|Clive Fewins (int)|Michael Vincent (Speaker)|Robert Wallace (Speaker)|Jean Wallace (Speaker)|Notes: CAIRS 499756 499775.