BBC2, Sunday, 9pm IT S time to decide on which village restoration project will be given the opportunity to receive a crucial amount of cash which will allow the scheme to proceed. In the past six weeks quite a number of buildings – earmarked to play a fu
BBC2, Sunday, 9pm
IT'S time to decide on which village restoration project will be given the opportunity to receive a crucial amount of cash which will allow the scheme to proceed.
In the past six weeks quite a number of buildings - earmarked to play a future role in rural life - have been discovered as Griff Rhys Jones and experts Marrianne Suhr and Ptolemy Dean have travelled the country.
In all 21 projects concerning buildings which at one time had been historically important to the rural community have been visited.
The outcome will be decided by viewers voting during the course of the programme from the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum in Sussex.
- 1 Murder trial told Ian Stewart was 'so cross' after sister-in-law called coroner
- 2 Meet team behind new Royston Town Party
- 3 Ian Stewart murder trial: Killer 'restricted wife's breathing and fabricated epilepsy death'
- 4 Tiffinity and Beyond: Boost for Melbourn business thanks to former BBC Dragon
- 5 Plan B measures to be scrapped across England
- 6 Meet the couple who won holidays by the sea for a year
- 7 'We must learn to live with Covid' says health secretary on Plan B's end
- 8 Council leader pledges 'we'll hold This Land to account'
- 9 Former heavyweight boxing champ to support hospice with charity dinner
- 10 He strangled Rikki, stripped him and left his body flat on his back, Old Bailey told