A nurturing farmer in is danger of losing his crop of windmills when he struggles against the cyclical forces of nature.
Matthew Evans once trained as a chef before he crossed to the dark side of the industry and became a restaurant reviewer. After five years and 2,000 restaurant meals as the chief reviewer for the Sydney Morning Herald, he came to the slow realisation that chefs don’t have the best produce in the land, normal people who live close to the land do. So he moved to Tasmania, to a small patch of earth, where he’s raising pigs and sheep, milking a cow and waiting for his chickens to start laying.
In search of inspiration, rock band “Excellent Souls” — Lee Min Ki, Kang Hyeok, Yoo Han Cheol — goes on hiatus deep in the countryside. To their surprise, the village elder is none other than Kang Yoon Hee, a zippy woman who's not only the town’s first female leader, but also the youngest. She also just so happens to be bandleader Min Ki’s first love. Amidst a rural backdrop, these scrappy rockers take stock of what stirs their passions — both musical and romantic.
The Farmer's Daughter is an American situation comedy series that was produced by Screen Gems Television and aired on ABC from September 20, 1963 to April 22, 1966. It was sponsored by Liggett & Myers Tobacco and Clairol for whom the two leading stars often appeared at show's end promoting the products. It also enjoyed a brief run in syndication when it aired on CBN Cable in the 1980s.
Accidental Farmer is a television drama by broadcast on BBC1 on 21 December 2010. It is about a London-based advertising executive who moves to a farm in Yorkshire after buying it with her boyfriend's credit card as revenge for cheating on her; and the rigours and problems she encounters on the farm, particularly from being unfamiliar with the rural setting. It is a comedy drama starring Ashley Jensen as the main character, Erin Taylor.
Farmer Wants a Wife is a U.S. reality television series, based on the same-name British program, in which a bachelor farmer chooses a potential romantic partner among a group of 10 single city women. The series premiered on The CW network on April 30, 2008. It was cancelled on June 25, 2008. The U.S. version consists of 8 episodes, during which 10 women are trying to be chosen by a bachelor farmer. In that the format differed from the other international versions. Shooting locations in USA were St. Charles, Orchard Farm and Portage des Sioux, all in Missouri.
Farmer Wants a Wife is a reality television series developed by Fremantle Media. The first edition premièred in the United Kingdom on ITV in 2001. However, the original format of the programme is likely to date back to the TV programme Bauer sucht Bäuerin, which was broadcast in 1983 on SRG SSR idée suisse in Switzerland. The basic structure of the program is that a number of farmers are presented with women from the city, from whom they choose one to be their spouse. After its UK debut in 2001, the show had more than 10 localised versions around the world, with mixed ratings reports. It was the No. 1 television show for stations that aired it in Belgium and Norway, and was the highest rated entertainment show in the Netherlands. Premiered in spring 2008, the U.S. version of Farmer Wants a Wife consists of 8 episodes, during which 10 women are trying to be chosen by just one bachelor farmer. In this the U.S. version differed from the other international versions and it was more fictionalised. In September 2009, Farmer Wants a Wife returned to British television for a series on Channel 5, presented by singer and television personality Louise Redknapp.
Frances Farmer Presents is an American anthology series that aired on Indianapolis station WFBM-TV. The series premiered on October 13, 1958 and ended in September 1964.
The Canadian Farmer is a Canadian current affairs television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1959.
The Farmer Wants a Wife is an Australian reality television series. Hosted by Getaway presenter Natalie Gruzlewski, the first six-episode series commenced on the Nine Network on 24 October 2007. Another 3 series have since aired, with Series 4 coming to an end in November 2009. The fifth season began airing on 28 July 2010 and finished on 15 September 2010, the sixth season began airing on 9 February 2011 and finished on 30 March 2011 also the reunion special on 6 April 2011, the seventh season began airing on 22 August 2011 and finished on 3 October 2011, the eighth season began airing on 15 August 2012.
Farmers Almanac TV was a magazine show broadcast throughout the USA on public television. The magazine-style show covered fascinating personalities, unique events and admirable endeavors from both the familiar and remote corners of the North American landscape. Peppered throughout are hints and tips that span a dozen varied lifestyle categories—gardening, cooking, natural cures, weather and others—taken straight from years of actual Almanac pages. The show was hosted by Jim Wann, the Tony-nominated writer of "Pump Boys and Dinettes". Farmers Almanac TV filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in May 2009. The filing was in Chatham County, Georgia, with documents revealing that the company made no revenue in any of their years of operation. Over 50 investors have been cut out of any profits as the judge has allowed the dissolving company's officers to value the assets at under $150,000, which will go to Turner Investments, an insider who loaned the company money one year ago.