Fuelled by his belief that the English countryside is far too white, Wilfred Emanuel Jones - one of Britain's only black farmers - is on a mission to change all that with his rural scholarship.
Episode 1x2; Jul 01, 2006
The eight remaining city recruits have just two weeks left to prove they can make it as farmers. Which two young black farmers will Wilfred offer jobs to?
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