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A Year In The Beacons

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  • Transmission (TX):

    Thu 29 Jul 2021

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    8.30pm - 9.00pm

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    Week 30 2021 : Sat 24 Jul - Fri 30 Jul

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    Wed 14 Jul 2021

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A Year In The Beacons

"Autumn is my favourite time of the year, amazing colours - oranges, yellows, reds. Magical to be here, can’t ask for more. This is home, this is why it's so important to me. Wake up in the mornings and it's just stunning. " - Harry Legge-Bourke, owner of the Glanusk Estate

This new four-part documentary for ITV follows the people who live in the Brecon Beacons National Park through the changing seasons.

Featuring lord of the manor Harry, who is keen to bring business to his Glanusk Estate through clay pigeon shooting, the Brecon mountain rescue team, and the likes of fifth generation farmer Flash, the programme provides a vivid insight into what it's like to live in Wales's biggest national park.

Filmed before and during the global Covid pandemic, cameras are present as the mountain team rescue two snowboarders from South Wales' highest peak, Pen-y-fan, when Flash welcomes his first lambs to the flock, and as the park starts to return to a tranquil wilderness after lockdown.

Filmed across a year, this documentary focuses on their daily existences while they live among the stunning grassy moorland and remote reservoirs of the park through Autumn, Winter, Spring, and Summer.

Presented by Sian Phillips

Episode 1

The Brecon Beacons National Park seen through the changing seasons. It’s Autumn in the Brecon Beacons and lord of the manor Harry’s on a mission to pull in the punters with a clay pigeon shoot. The farmers head to the hills to gather their sheep and the Brecon Mountain Rescue team train up the rookies.