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  1. 10. Rate. 0. Error: please try again. In this edition we meet 23-year-old Grace, a dairy and sheep farmer from Wales, and 44-year-old Martin, a dairy farmer from Yorkshire. Both are looking for a partner who will fall in love with them and their ways of life. Add Image.

  2. Sep 17, 2019 · Sara Cox is ditching the DJ decks for a spot of matchmaking on BBC Two’s Love in the Countryside in 2019. The second series of Love in the Countryside started on Tuesday, September 17th. And the show pretty much does what it says on the tin as seven countryside-dwelling singletons are on the search for love. For all the singletons whose first love in life is the great outdoors, applications are still open for the show.

  3. S2, Ep1. 17 Sep. 2019. Episode #2.1. Rate. In this edition we meet 23-year-old Grace, a dairy and sheep farmer from Wales, and 44-year-old Martin, a dairy farmer from Yorkshire. Both are looking for a partner who will fall in love with them and their ways of life. Add Image.

  4. May 3, 2019 at 10:41 AM · ·. Girls, it’s time to meet our final farmer looking for Love in the Countryside. And he’s a proper cracker. Get your wellies on standby and say hello to our lovely 25 year old, Welsh sheep farmer, Ioan! If you fancy some Welsh rarebit, applications are open NOW: https://bbc.in/2H03e38 ️ ️🚜.

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  5. Episode 1. 1/6 Sara Cox plays cupid to help seven more rural romantics find the partner of their dreams.

  6. BBC Two - Love in the Countryside. Seven rural singles from across the UK enlist the help of farmer's daughter Sara Cox as they take the bull by the horns in a mission to find true love.

  7. Sep 17, 2019 · Love in the Countryside series 2 launches on Tuesday, September 17th on BBC Two at 9 pm. The series will continue to air in the same timeslot on the same channel for six consecutive episodes. SEE ALSO : We found Luke from Celebs Go Dating 2019 on Insta – check out Chloe Sims’ date!

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