In the uplands of the North Eastern England, Tom and Kay Hutchinson set out on a near impossible task: to breed the perfect Swaledale Sheep. They toil through sun, hail, sleet and snow to rear their flock. Life on the fells is by turns idyllic and tough. Surrounded by an ever-changing and stunning landscape, the family battle against the weather, financial challenges and the bizarre propensity of sheep to suddenly drop dead.
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America's New President-Elect cuts a controversial figure, to say the least - but who really is Trump? What are his values? How did he manage to defeat the odds and triumph in one of the most grueling elections in recent memory? In this playlist we attempt to get to the bottom of all of these questions and more.
By turns amusing, moving and downright bizarre, these creative shorts examine their subjects with a sensitive and lyrical touch, frequently blurring the line between documentary and fiction in the process.