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Would love to see this series again with Jack Hargreaves.

 

Got all excited today when I found it on Kodi. (TV box) Unfortunately there was no-one streaming it at the time. Will try again later.

 

Does anyone know where this can be watched?

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Ive got access to 27 episodes, drop me an email and I will zip them up and send them, if you like?

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Ive got access to 27 episodes, drop me an email and I will zip them up and send them, if you like?

yes please... have sent a pm :thumbs:

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Ive got access to 27 episodes, drop me an email and I will zip them up and send them, if you like?

Me too please you have a PM. Thank you for your kind offer.

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You can buy all the box sets on the bay only £70 :laugh:

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It's great to see a proper countryman remembered many years later by folk. Jack is a legend IMO.

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It's great to see a proper countryman remembered many years later by folk. Jack is a legend IMO.

Perhaps this post will be unpopular but it is the truth.

 

Jack while being a countryman at heart was brought up in London, through his various jobs and programs he sought to bring an understanding of how the rural life worked to urban people, so they could try and understand how life in the countryside actually is / was.

 

He was a strong advocate of keeping the masses out of the countryside to allow the countryside to do what it has always supposed to have done, provide food and be a refuge for wildlife. He understood all too well the impact that hoards of people roaming at will would cause in the rural areas, and through one of his many jobs he sought to minimise that effect.

 

While his main aim with his programs might have been to try and bring a little understanding in to the urban viewers lives, a bye product of his programs was that he inspired rural people who had forgotten or even never heard of some of the items on his programs, to enquire and find out more about our rural heritage and perhaps resurrect them in a small way .

 

For that Jack I will be eternally grateful.

 

Diolch.

 

TC

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