Love in the Countryside episode 1 review

Love in the Countryside episode 1 review

Tomorrow night on Channel 4, barrel-scraping series Naked Attraction sees punters select possible partners by peering at their genitals. And people say romance is dead. Thank goodness, then, for the much more wholesome charms of Love In The Countryside (BBC Two) 

Back for a second six-part run, this dating format match-makes rural romantics for whom being wedded to the land, working unsociably long hours and living in remote locations all make it difficult to find love. 

Playing their Barbour-clad Cupid was Sara Cox, who grew up on her family’s pedigree beef farm and knows her way around a tractor. She had a lovely way with the lonely hearts: warm, reassuring and slightly teasing, like an older,…

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