What’s On Magazine September issue is out now. Along with a list of events for September in your local area and beyond, we review the 2021 Henley Royal Regatta. After being cancelled last year for the first time in its 182-year history outside of the World Wars, the five-day Regatta returned with 300 races featuring Olympians and emerging stars from around the world. Pick up a copy at one of our many local distribution points including major supermarkets.
Rob Bell in the McLaren 720S GT3X wins the Shootout with a time of 45.01 The Lancia Stratos HF owned by Marc Newsom won the Cartier Style et Luxe Superstar Tom Cruise made a surprise visit, dropping in to witness a stunt spectacular. Electric Avenue presented by Sky Zero and Future Lab presented by bp proved a firm favourite with visitors across the weekend.
Cars were being covered, transporters loaded and tales of hairy moments on the Hill shared as the 2021 Festival of Speed presented by Mastercard came to a spectacular close. Given the go-ahead as a pilot event by the UK Government’s Event Research Programme, the Festival drew eager crowds keen to celebrate everything motoring and motorsport. The Right Honourable Oliver Dowden MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport visited the Festival on Friday.
Familiar favourites were there to entertain at motorsport’s ultimate garden party; the Red Arrows roared overhead on Friday and Sunday, an array of elegantly eclectic concours cars graced the Cartier Style et Luxe lawn while the Central Feature received a multimedia makeover, displaying a virtual Lotus Emira to both viewers at the event and those enjoying the occasion at home.
Summer on the Farm is all about celebrating British farming life from sunny Yorkshire. Helen Skelton hosts alongside Jules Hudson as they join brothers Rob and Dave Nicholson at Cannon Hall Farm in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, which has been home to Springtime on the Farm for the past four years.
Channel 5 has a plethora of farming shows – and it seems viewers can’t get enough! The most recent incarnation is Summer On The Farm Live which features Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson hosting a week of live programmes from Cannon Hall Farm in South Yorkshire, run by brothers Rob and Dave Nicholson.
You can catch up with the series on Channel 5 or My5
What’s On Magazine June issue is out now. Along with a list of planned events for the coming months in your local area and beyond, we focus on Jane McDonald. Channel 5 is back with Singer Jane McDonald, who found fame on BBC’s `The Cruise’, and now returns to the seas in this travel series. The former cruise ship entertainer embarks on an odyssey as she boards a mega-cruise to explore the cruising life. Pick up a copy at one of our many local distribution points including major supermarkets.
Channel 5 is back with Kate Humble on her farm in Monmouthshire. She bought this little part of Wales 10 years ago. Now, a decade on, the farm is packed with pigs, cows, sheep and goats – but for Kate, this is a working farm which means 24/7 hard graft.
Join Kate and friend Farmer Tim as they cope with a deluge of cute baby animals, the worst of the weather and all the day-to-day drama of a working farm. Kate also indulges her passion for cooking, and on her favourite walks, immersing herself in nature. https://www.channel5.com/show/escape-to-the-farm-with-kate-humble/
What’s On Magazine April 2021 issue is out now. Along with a list of planned events for April/May/June we focus on the island of Jersey. As we ease out of lockdown, it’s good to know there’s a getaway destination on your doorstep for a long lazy holiday. Closer to home, as part of the common travel area, Jersey is the perfect staycation to rebalance.
Hop on a plane or ferry, and you could be enjoying a sundowner within hours. Jersey is an island shaped by the sea. A place where you can reconnect and revitalise. A place where memories are made, bonds are strengthened, heartbeats are raised, and souls are nourished. A place for you to come up for air – an island of rediscovery.
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