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Sarah Beeny’s New Life in the Country: Episode 3 / Channel 4 14 Dec 2021

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Sarah Beeny’s New Life in the Country: Episode 3

Spring arrives and after months of lockdown, the boys are all heading back to school, meaning Graham can get stuck in to project managing the house build. He and Sarah are planning a large dining room for entertaining, with a centrepiece table that used to belong to rock star Ronnie Wood. Artist Graham also draws on his skills to apply some decorative touches to the room – but will it be theatrical enough for Sarah? Meanwhile, the couple also visit a pig farmer who shows them the cycle from piglet to pork chop.

Property expert Sarah Beeny and her family swap London life for a new start on a 220-acre, semi-derelict former dairy farm in Somerset, where they plan to build a modern stately home of their dreams.

Season 2 Episode 3
Runtime: 60 minutes
Time: 20:00
Airdate: 14 Dec 2021
Network: Channel 4

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For the Queen, duty comes first. But after a busy day, how does she switch off and unwind? Like the rest of her family, Her Majesty has a host of hobbies to take her mind off the pressures of the day job. So, as a family whose downtime options seem endless, what activities do they choose to keep them entertained? Some hobbies – like hunting, fishing and riding – seem to be in the blood, passed down from generation to generation and synonymous with the British monarchy. But the royals enjoy a range of other hobbies and sports that come high up on the list. When choosing a sport, the royal family often go niche – with the likes of polo, carriage driving or the ancient form of tennis. In this programme, we discover what the royals enjoy doing in their me-time, and what these hobbies reveal about their character.

August 13 @ 20:00
20:00 — 21:00 (1h)

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