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May 20, 2012
Countryfile is in Dumfries and Galloway, the perfect place to launch this year's photographic competition, with its theme 'Walk On The Wild Side'. Matt Baker looks into the cultural side of the county as he explores the locations used in some iconic feature films, and he also visits one of the countries best up-and-coming arts events. Ellie Harrison and John Craven are looking at some of the area's best loved wildlife. For Ellie it is the calling sounds of the natterjack toads, as well as red squirrels, which are keeping her busy; and for John it is bird life, and black guillemots in particular, which is of interest. To explain more about the photographic competition, Chris Packham takes a walk on the wild side with Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson as they search for inspiration for the contest. Tom Heap is in Somerset, investigating why young people are queuing up to get into farming. But sadly, many of them will struggle to ever run a farm of their own. Adam has his home county of Gloucestershire on his mind as he explores the breeds of cattle and pigs which make it famous. He also sniffs out some very stinky local cheese.
May 20, 2012
Countryfile is in Dumfries and Galloway, the perfect place to launch this year's photographic competition, with its theme 'Walk On The Wild Side'. Matt Baker looks into the cultural side of the county as he explores the locations used in some iconic feature films, and he also visits one of the countries best up-and-coming arts events. Ellie Harrison and John Craven are looking at some of the area's best loved wildlife. For Ellie it is the calling sounds of the natterjack toads, as well as red squirrels, which are keeping her busy; and for John it is bird life, and black guillemots in particular, which is of interest. To explain more about the photographic competition, Chris Packham takes a walk on the wild side with Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson as they search for inspiration for the contest. Tom Heap is in Somerset, investigating why young people are queuing up to get into farming. But sadly, many of them will struggle to ever run a farm of their own. Adam has his home county of Gloucestershire on his mind as he explores the breeds of cattle and pigs which make it famous. He also sniffs out some very stinky local cheese.

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