Billy is pleased when he spends time with his children.
Writer Lauren Klee This week's episodes directed by Steve Finn
More cast on Friday Repeated at 10pm on BBC3
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At Adam Henson 's farm in the Cotswolds, Matt Baker helps to feed the rare-breed animals while
Julia Bradbury beds down the cattle for the festive season. John Craven meets the farmers who are harvesting their crops right through winter and James Wong finds novel ways to dispose of Christmas trees.
Series producer Teresa Bogan ; Executive editor Andrew Thorman
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Series three. Everyone travels to Essex as Pete and Dawn renew their wedding vows, but how will Dave react to the bombshell about curry night?
Repeated at 11.45pm on BBC3
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