Channel 5 series Summer On The Farm will feature Amanda Owen and her son Ruben taking a trip into the wilds of Yorkshire as she looks for the best summer cooking ingredients
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Our Yorkshire Farm star Amanda Owen will be returning to our TV screens tonight on Summer On The Farm.
The Channel 5 series episode will feature Amanda and her son Ruben taking a trip into the wilds of Yorkshire as she looks for the best summer cooking ingredients.
"1 MORE SLEEP TO GO!!!" she posted on Instagram on Sunday night. " SUMMER ON THE FARM LIVE starts tomorrow at 8PM on @channel5_tv for what promises to be an amazing week of LIVE shows, from right here on @cannonhallfarm
"We'll be LIVE every night for ONE WEEK ONLY! The fun never stops ‘On the Farm’… These guys, plus many more of your farmyard favourites, can't wait to welcome YOU to the farm tomorrow!
She reposted an image from the series' Instagram page
Tonight's episode will be broadcasting from Rob and Dave Nicholson's Cannon Hall Farm in Barnsley and will be the first time it's broadcast live.
JLS singer and farmer JB Gill will also be reporting from farms and food producers around the UK.
Rob Nicholson explained: “We have had quite a year not only a hit series of Springtime and won a Broadcast award for best factual lockdown programme but we have also had our book ‘Living Our Best Lives' in the Sunday Times Bestsellers list and now to be able to do a totally live show is a dream.
She's best known from Our Yorkshire Farm
(Image: Richard Walker/PA Wire)
The Channel 5 reality star will be on the show with her son
“Who’d have thought a few years ago that we would be on telly five nights a week but people are really connecting with us and the animals as it is lifting their spirits and giving them an escape from normal life which at the moment is tough for everyone."
Amanda recently opened up about how the coronavirus pandemic affected her farm.
"I know a lot of people will think 'Well, not a lot has changed with your life as a shepherd' and while it may seem like in the countryside, the pandemic is so very far away but that's actually not the case," she told The Mirror recently.
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"In the first instance, we have diversified as a farm and we are very reliant on tourists.
"The first six months of the year is very hands-on with the sheep throughout the winter but, come the end of lambing season, we're looking after people instead, shepherding tourists."
Our Summer Farm airs tonight at 8pm on Channel 5.
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