Ep. 3 - Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble

Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble

Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog, Teg, continue their journey across the remote Welsh countryside, exploring mid-Wales. In Ponterwyd, they herd sheep for the market, and Kate witnesses first-hand the price disparity between what farmers get for their sheep and what consumers pay. At the Teifi Pools, she discover that Wales is a world leader in protecting its dark skies. Along the River Elan, Kate gets hooked on fly-fishing, and in Llangammarch Wells, Teg has a reunion with three of her pups.
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Jul 21, 2021
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