Back to the Land with Kate Humble (2017– )
8 May 2018Cornwall
Kate is in Cornwall to meet seaweed entrepreneurs, duck farmers, flower growers taking the wedding market by storm and a foraging craft brewer as the series showcasing rural businesses returns.
9 May 2018Yorkshire
Kate meets Mangalitza pig farmers Lisa and Tim, an ex-submariner who now catches lobsters, a sustainable game-keeper and a glass blowing business taking its inspiration from the countryside.
10 May 2018Shropshire & Herefordshire
Kate meets a couple who have taken the bold decision to market goat meat. She also meets award-winning winemakers and a botanist making organic skincare products.
11 May 2018Cornwall
We return to Cornwall where a Gouda cheese recipe could save a dairy farm. Kate visits an alpaca farm with a difference, a gin producer and a unique seafood cafe in Port Isaac.
14 May 2018Yorkshire
Kate returns to Yorkshire and visits the UK's first ethical caviar farm, a hemp farm, a rare-breed pig farm, an honest sausage company and a lady who crafts Whitby jet into jewellery.
15 May 2018Cornwall
Kate returns to Cornwall where she meets a cider maker, a couple who grow herbs and flowers to make essential oils for the perfume trade, visits an artisan charcuterie and meets a surfboard maker.
16 May 2018Shropshire, Worcestershire & Gloucestershire
Kate travels to the Midlands to meet a couple who are producing salt in the famous spa town of Droitwich, visits a worm farm, a chilli farmer and a tanner whose handcrafted leather products are sold worldwide.
17 May 2018Hampshire, Wiltshire & Isle of Wight
Kate is in south-east England where she meets a wasabi grower, a truffle farmer a husband-and-wife team who provide veg boxes all year round and a woman making goat's milk soap.
21 May 2018Yorkshire
In Yorkshire, Kate meets Britain's only producer of skyr, visits the UK's first 100% gluten free bakery in Leeds, a producer of herb-fed poultry and a former accountant turned blacksmith.
22 May 2018Hampshire & Wiltshire
In Hampshire, Kate meets two women who have teamed up to produce the best woollen yarn in the UK, an exotic mushroom grower, a former city trader now raising trout and carpenter in the New Forest.
23 May 2018The Three Counties
In the heart of England Kate meets a couple making sustainable garden fencing and gates, joins a posh snack food entrepreneur, meet the inventor of the famed Stinking Bishop cheese and shepherdess turned designer.
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