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Over on Love Horse, Tom volunteers to make your hay and wire a CD player into your lorry.
There’s a maths teacher in the Peak District who keeps birds of prey; an ‘English Rose’ who enjoys lamping; Dom speaks Gaelic and reads the Brontës; and Titania likes Inspector Morse, wine tasting and her Lipizzaner.
It will bid to match them with ‘urbanites’ seeking their perfect partner - and a dramatically different lifestyle.
Sarah Cox will present TV’s Love in the Countryside and join the couples along their way as they negotiate getting to know each other, whilst the urban love seekers grapple with wellies, the wild outdoors and woeful Wi-Fi.
Hannah Wyatt, Managing Director of Boundless (part of Freemantle Media) which has produced the programme, said: “Love in the Countryside is an engaging, warm and funny format about real people looking for love.
Competitors will try to win the heart of a fashion-conscious singleton by dressing them in the show, hosted by Matt Edmondson, who also came up with the idea for the programme.
Matt Edmondson joked: “Those who know me know that I’m considered an expert in both fashion (have you seen my knitwear?
"I can't wait to journey over hill and dale, through Britain's glorious countryside on my mission to hopefully help love blossom for the people who work the land, lovingly tend their animals but may have neglected their own hearts." Rachel Ashdown at BBC Entertainment said: "More than a dating show, Love in the Countryside shines a light on the realities of life where the land and farming is still at the heart of the daily routine.