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> This Land on BBC Two at 2005-09-22 11:30:00
No Salmon No Surrender: Kerry O'Neill is blessed and cursed - he fishes along the beautiful coastline of Antrim but every year the catch dwindles. He has the wit to survive but has the tradition?
> This Land on BBC Two at 2005-09-21 12:00:00
Coppers and Bangs: Countryside campaigner Dave Bangs has been to all the parts of the South Downs; while for generations the Copper family have sung of the lives lived among these rolling hills.
> This Land on BBC Two at 2005-09-20 13:00:00
Under Siege: Penhow and Pencoed castles sit a mile apart in the South Wales border country. Penhow is lovingly restored by its owner, Stephen Weeks, while Pencoed lies derelict.
> This Land on BBC Two at 2005-09-19 13:00:00
All Abroad: At Hunters Yard in the Norfolk Broads a fleet of 1930s wooden sailing yachts survives. Lisa Morgan has helped her boatbuilders to prosper, but who will take over when they retire?
> This Land on BBC Two at 2005-09-03 10:00:00
Snowdonia: Wales' mountain range belies its industrial past. It's mines and quarries are now worked by climbers, cavers and industrial archaeologists - all indebted to those who once toiled here.