Friday On The Farm celebrates British farming which has taken place over the harvest season.

The Channel 5 series is set to launch on Friday (October 9th), taking viewers behind the scenes of farming life as the seasons change – amongst the animals and true nitty gritty of the countryside. It comes as a spin-off series of This Week On The Farm, as hosted by Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson.

If you don’t feel like it’s Autumn yet, this show could change that!

The same hosts are back for more, providing viewers with a close look at a certain tourist attraction. So where is Friday On The Farm filmed? Will it be based at the same location as This Week On The Farm? Find out below!

Rob and Dave on Friday on the Farm. Picture: Channel 5/PA

Where is Friday on the Farm filmed?

  • Cannon Hall Farm, South Yorkshire

The new Friday night show location is set in the tourist attraction, which can be visited by anyone. You might recognise the name, as it is an award-winning family-run attraction in the Pennine foothills.

Viewers who are familiar with This Week On The Farm may notice that the new series is filmed at the same farm!

Known as one of the best farms in the country, visitors can buy food such as beef, pork and lamb from the farm shop, as well as fresh fruit, vegetables and cakes – so if the show is making you hungry, you’re in luck!

Families can take their children to Cannon Hall Farm to visit the animals, with prices starting from £4.95.

Meet the cast of Friday on the Farm

Some familiar TV faces will be appearing on the series, including Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson.

Farmers Robert and David, who you might recognise from Springtime on the Farm and The Yorkshire Vet, will also be showing us the ropes on the series.

JLS band member JB Gill will be seen travelling to a large greenhouse complex to pick a few red peppers.

The X Factor star has already starred in BBC’s Countryfile and Springwatch as part of his passion for farming, and is the lead presenter for CBeebies’ series Down On The Farm.

Friday on the Farm: Episode guide

The weekly series has eight upcoming episodes to kick off the weekend, starting from Friday October 9th.

The second episode will then be aired on Friday October 16th, and for six more Fridays after that, bringing a hint of autumnal farming life to our sofas… well, kind of!



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Celine Byford
Celine Byford

Celine is a journalist with over five years of experience in the media industry and the chief staff writer on Reality Titbit. After graduating with a degree in Multimedia Journalism she became a radio newsreader and reporter, before moving into her current role as a reality TV writer.

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