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Monty's back with GARDENER'S WORLDS on 4th March

Monty's back with GARDENER'S WORLDS on 4th March. And the BBC hasn't moved the programme from its legendary time-slot of 20:30.

Welcome back, Mr. Don.



  • chickychicky SurreyPosts: 10,297

    4 more sleepsimage

  • JerryBoneJerryBone Posts: 91


  • LoganLogan Posts: 2,532
    Yes great super, I've already got the timer in.I wonder if we will see the new puppyimage
  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 33,310

    I wonder if we'll see anything BUT the new puppy.


  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 21,139


    aym280 wrote (see)

    Can't wait! I also watch Beechgrove Garden. Wonder when that will start.

    31 st March then repeated on the Sunday

    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • Once Monty is back life as we know it can begin again.

    The time on Friday night is great for me and it sets me up for the weekend..

    When Beechgrove returns I watch online,so alls well.

    It seems to me that winter gets longer as you get older but so long as you

    can make a steady start it all comes right in the end.

    sorry aym but I think the Beechgrove theme suits its Scottish origins.
  • Hostafan1Hostafan1 Posts: 33,310

    why should the theme be " so Scottish" any more then the theme Gardeners' World be " so English" just because it's made in England?

  • lucyhalllucyhall Posts: 19

    hi, to keep you going till the programme is back, I thought you might like to hum along to the Beechgrove music in this YouTube clip... The theme, titled 'Miss Tara MacAdam', is described as a jig - and you can imagine it at a ceilidh, I think? It was composed by Scottish musician Johnny Cunningham, who was inspired by traditional folk tunes. Imagine this played by a dozen fiddlers and you've got a flavour of the Scottish connection. I challenge you not to be humming along by the end of this clip!

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