What is on BBC Countryfile this week?
Anita Rani is in Norfolk meeting the people keeping some of the UK's vanishing trades alive. Her first stop is Horsey Windpump which has been restored to full working glory by Tim Whiting, one of the last millwrights in the country.
Next she joins the reed cutters making a living on the Norfolk Broads, where she gets to try her hand at cutting. Then she joins Nigel Ford, a man on a mission to restore all of Norfolk's ancient milestones. Finally, she meets David Wolstenholme who makes cricket bats by hand, a skill that's listed by the Heritage Crafts Association as being critically endangered, before she takes her place at the crease to put the bat to the test.
- A spotter's guide to wildlife of the Norfolk Broads
- Learn about the ancient craft of cutting and weaving bulrush
- Green woodworking: making furniture by hand using traditional techniques
What time is BBC Countryfile on TV?
This week BBC Countryfile is on at BBC One at 19:00 on Sunday 22 April 2018
My Countryside interview: Anita Rani
Countryfile presenter Anita Rani talks about wild walks, hair-raising holidays and the importance of inner-city access to the great outdoors.
Main image: Norfolk Broads/Credit: Getty
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