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Tales From the Green Valley

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-11-23 19:30:00
12/12. August: Archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. August marks the final month and the main task is the wheat harvest.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-11-16 19:30:00
11/12. July: Archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. It's July and the team has to get into the meadow and start making hay.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-11-09 19:30:00
10/12. June: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. It's June, and the team need to wash and shear their sheep.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-11-03 19:30:00
9/12. May: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. May is their ninth month and the team is behind with spring sowing.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-10-27 20:30:00
8/12. April: Five experts run a farm as it would have been in the reign of King James I. In April they spring clean, sweeping out the chimney, airing the textiles and changing the beds.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-10-27 19:30:00
8/12. April: Five experts run a farm as it would have been in the reign of King James I. In April they spring clean, sweeping out the chimney, airing the textiles and changing the beds.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-10-20 19:30:00
7/12. March: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. March, and they get busy turning wheat into bread flour.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-10-20 18:30:00
7/12. March: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. March, and they get busy turning wheat into bread flour.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-10-13 19:30:00
6/12. February: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. February, and a snowstorm has damaged their privy.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-10-13 18:30:00
6/12. February: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. February, and a snowstorm has damaged their privy.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-10-06 19:30:00
5/12. January: Archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in King James I's reign. January sees them resort to period medicines to beat aches and pains.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-10-06 18:30:00
5/12. January: Archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in King James I's reign. January sees them resort to period medicines to beat aches and pains.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-09-29 19:30:00
4/12. December: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. December means celebrating Christmas 17th century style.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-09-29 18:30:00
4/12. December: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. December means celebrating Christmas 17th century style.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-09-22 19:30:00
3/12. November: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. It's time to kill and process one of the specially-bred pigs.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-09-22 18:30:00
3/12. November: Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. It's time to kill and process one of the specially-bred pigs.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-09-15 19:30:00
2/12. Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. They need to build a cowshed to shelter their livestock over winter.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-09-15 18:30:00
2/12. Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I. They need to build a cowshed to shelter their livestock over winter.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-09-08 19:30:00
1/12. Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in 1620. The team use oxen to plough, sow seeds by hand and prepare a Jacobean feast.

> Tales from the Green Valley on BBC Four at 2009-09-08 18:30:00
1/12. Five archaeologists and historians run a farm for a year as it would have been in 1620. The team use oxen to plough, sow seeds by hand and prepare a Jacobean feast.

> Tales From the Green Valley on BBC Two at 2005-09-16 18:30:00
The team resort to some period medicines this week in order to beat their aches and pains, as they boil up and administer their own herbal oils and ointments. They then sit down to a hearty meal.

> Tales From the Green Valley on BBC Two at 2005-09-02 18:30:00
November: November is the experts' third month on the farm, which means it's time to kill one of their specially-bred period pigs - a wild boar Tamworth cross.

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