The View From River Cottage

7:30pm Tuesday, September 27 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

The View from River Cottage looks back over the seven years British chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall spent in Dorset, and the many lessons he learnt along the way. Tonight, see how sharing fresh locally grown produce with friends and the community has become the cornerstone of Hugh’s self-sufficiency, from a blossom party picnic to a cider knees-up.

7:30pm Tuesday, September 20 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

The View from River Cottage looks back over the seven years British chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall spent in Dorset, and the many lessons he learnt along the way. In this episode, Hugh ponders his experiences of bagging ‘one for the pot’, as he turns the rabbits eating his lettuces into bunny burgers for the local farmers’ market and spit-roasts a roe deer for a wedding feast.

8:00pm Tuesday, September 13 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

The View from River Cottage looks back over the seven years British chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall spent in Dorset, and the many lessons he learnt along the way. In this episode, Hugh ponders his experiences of bagging ‘one for the pot’, as he turns the rabbits eating his lettuces into bunny burgers for the local farmers’ market and spit-roasts a roe deer for a wedding feast.

8:00pm Tuesday, September 6 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

The View from River Cottage looks back over the seven years British chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall spent in Dorset, and the many lessons he learnt along the way. The focus of this episode is the hedgerow that has provided a regular supply of free ingredients for Hugh’s self-sufficiency kitchen, with spring greens and autumn fungi keeping him in touch with the rhythms of the seasons.

8:00pm Tuesday, August 23 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

The View from River Cottage looks back over the seven years British chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall spent in Dorset, and the many lessons he learnt along the way. Slowly but surely he’s gained a whole new outlook on life – a set of principles to grow by, cook by, eat by and even live by. Tonight, Hugh’s mission to source food locally leads to all manner of escapades, from plundering the sea for whelks, to recruiting a biker to help get fresh asparagus from the ground to the diners’ plates.

8:00pm Tuesday, August 16 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

The View from River Cottage looks back over the seven years British chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall spent in Dorset, and the many lessons he learnt along the way. Slowly but surely he’s gained a whole new outlook on life – a set of principles to grow by, cook by, eat by and even live by. The series kicks off tonight by examining the importance of growing your own produce, including the satisfaction of rearing meat and nurturing fruit and vegetables. Hugh’s journey down the road of self-sufficiency started out with a modest vegetable patch and a handful of animals, but the joys of gardening and husbandry took hold and developed into something much bigger. Part guide to rural living, part best of River Cottage, the series encompasses new links and Hugh’s latest recipes to add an interesting slant to the much loved River Cottage experience.