This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for UKTV Style on Sunday, May 27 2018

06:00Teleshopping Shopping from home. 
07:00River Cottage Forever Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Dorset downshifting experiment enters its third year. Hugh's first ewe finally gives birth to twins. S3 Ep2 
07:30River Cottage Forever Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Dorset downshifting experiment is now into its third year. It is late May and the vet has bad news about Marge the cow's pregnancy. S3 Ep3 
08:00River Cottage Forever Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall continues his downshifting experiment. It's mid-June and time to make hay and time for a spot of fleece creativity. S3 Ep4 
08:30River Cottage Forever More adventures from the Dorset cottage with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Under the hot summer sun, the animals at River Cottage are giving Hugh considerable grief. S3 Ep5 
09:00River Cottage Forever It's high summer, and with Hugh's vegetable garden in fine shape, he has decided to enter the Vegetable Challenge Cup at his local horticultural show. S3 Ep6 
09:30River Cottage Forever Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Dorset downshifting experiment continues. Hugh finds that one of his old ewes has died. Later on, two of his pigs are sent to the abattoir. S3 Ep7 
10:00River Cottage Forever More adventures from the cottage. As winter draws in, Hugh has one major money-earner up his sleeve, teaming up with old rival and chilli-pepper-guru Michael Michaud. S3 Ep8 
10:30Beyond River Cottage Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and his family move on from River Cottage to a farm boasting 44 acres of land, where he hopes to set up a food outlet selling his produce. S1 Ep1 
11:00Beyond River Cottage Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall strives to get his restaurant up and running, against a tight deadline. S1 Ep2 
11:30Beyond River Cottage Series in which Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall sets up a new restaurant and food outlet. Hugh is planning to put purple broccoli back on the culinary map. S1 Ep3 
12:00Beyond River Cottage More adventures in food with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. May Day brings a chance for Hugh to sell some chocolate waffles and he goes on the hunt for a giant lobster. S1 Ep4 
12:30Beyond River Cottage Spring is in the air: there are 11 new piglets and two new lambs on the farm. Hugh attends an Easter Blossom Picnic and he also sells bread at a local cider festival. S1 Ep5 
13:00Beyond River Cottage The onset of summer prompts Hugh to consider installing beehives. He also fields a request to cater for a wedding party, with over 70 people to entertain. S1 Ep6 
13:30Beyond River Cottage More adventures in food with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Hugh catches whelks to sell on the beach, and organises a tomato festival. S1 Ep7 
14:00Beyond River Cottage Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's bees produce 25lbs of honey which he enters in the Melplash Country Show, but he overindulges in a competitor's mead. S1 Ep8 
14:30Beyond River Cottage Preparing for autumn, Hugh plans a special menu. He wants to use his cockerels for the feast, but needs help planning how to cook them. S1 Ep9 
15:00The View from River Cottage Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall distils the River Cottage experience into six principles for living a simple life. Here, he looks at growing fruit, vegetables and meat. S1 Ep1 
15:30The View from River Cottage Series showing six principles for living the simple life. Hugh learns to make felt from his sheep's fleeces and tries to revive tripe eating. S1 Ep2 
16:00The View from River Cottage More memories of the thrifty kind from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Hugh reflects on his commitment to sourcing his food locally, which led to many adventures. S1 Ep3 
16:30The View from River Cottage The Wild Harvest Series which looks back at Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's smallholder life in Dorset. Hugh considers the part wild food has played in his lifestyle. S1 Ep4 
17:00The View from River Cottage More thrifty reminiscing from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. He remembers the rabbits he made into bunny burgers and the roe deer he spit roasted. S1 Ep5 
17:30The View from River Cottage Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall looks back at his smallholder experiment in Dorset. He reflects on the importance of sharing meals with family and friends. S1 Ep6 
18:00The River Cottage Treatment Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall invites a group of city dwellers to River Cottage HQ to help them reject factory-farmed chicken products in favour of organic poultry. S9 Ep1 
19:00The River Cottage Treatment Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall tries to convert a group of microwave ready-meal addicts to the joys of real food. But will a visit to the abattoir put them off? S9 Ep2 
20:00The River Cottage Treatment Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall invites a group of urbanites to spend a week at River Cottage. He meets a group of takeaway townies who are too lazy to cook. S9 Ep3 
21:00River Cottage Road Trip Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is in search of culinary inspiration on the road. His journey begins in Dumfriesshire and takes in Cumbria and the Lake District. S1 Ep1 
22:00River Cottage Road Trip Culinary road trip. Hugh travels to the Lake District and Yorkshire, where he looks for the finest northern tea experience and finds a few good cake recipes. S1 Ep2 
23:00Tales from River Cottage Series about Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's experiences establishing a smallholding. He learns the importance of becoming friends with the locals and working together. S1 Ep1 
23:30Tales from River Cottage Series telling the story of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's move to rural Dorset to establish a smallholding. Hugh recalls the development of his horticultural skills. S1 Ep2 
00:00Tales from River Cottage Hugh celebrates his love of pigs and pork, and demonstrates how to make dry-cured bacon and hams. Plus, an update on Hugh's breeding sow Delia. S1 Ep3 
00:30Tales from River Cottage Friends and Neighbours Hugh recalls his initiation into the rural Dorset community around River Cottage, highlighting the hospitality he enjoyed at home and away. S1 Ep4 
01:00River Cottage Forever Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Dorset downshifting experiment enters its third year, and his latest money-making scheme involves chickens. S3 Ep1 
01:25River Cottage Forever Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Dorset downshifting experiment enters its third year. Hugh's first ewe finally gives birth to twins. S3 Ep2 
01:50River Cottage Forever Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Dorset downshifting experiment is now into its third year. It is late May and the vet has bad news about Marge the cow's pregnancy. S3 Ep3 
02:15River Cottage Forever Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall continues his downshifting experiment. It's mid-June and time to make hay and time for a spot of fleece creativity. S3 Ep4 
02:40River Cottage Forever More adventures from the Dorset cottage with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Under the hot summer sun, the animals at River Cottage are giving Hugh considerable grief. S3 Ep5 
03:05Tales from River Cottage Series about Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's experiences establishing a smallholding. He learns the importance of becoming friends with the locals and working together. S1 Ep1 
03:30Tales from River Cottage Hugh celebrates his love of pigs and pork, and demonstrates how to make dry-cured bacon and hams. Plus, an update on Hugh's breeding sow Delia. S1 Ep3 
04:00Teleshopping Shopping from home. 
06:00Teleshopping Shopping from home.