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Build A New Life In The Country. Channel 5. Started At 9pm

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Doing that renovation and starting a vineyard in Yorkshire


Five's renovation show returns. If you've always liked Grand Designs but felt it was a bit too slick and well-made, this is the series for you. Architectural designer Charlie Luxton, the new presenter, has studied his Kevin McCloud videos long enough to be able to nail perfectly those anxious pieces to camera before each ad break - the resemblance is uncanny. This week's life-builders are Becky and Ian, who "had successful careers with big salaries" before they decided to gamble everything on a run-down farmhouse on a west Yorkshire hillside. There, quite apart from renovating the house and barn, they hope to create Britain's highest vineyard and produce 30,000 bottles of wine a year. The sum total of their wine-making experience to date? Zero. So you can't fault their ambition. And with quiet zeal, they push their dream through various obstacles. It's impressive to watch.
Edited by ScaredEitherWay

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