Set in the glorious Lake District, a brand-new series of the show that meets the farmers, food producers and crafters whose work is sold at the celebrated, family-run and unique Tebay Service Station.
This episode meets Love Ewe Dairy founder James Hadwin, a generational farmer based in the nearby historic marketplace of Kirkby Lonsdale.
James is hoping that his new innovative sheep's milk brie will earn a place in the service station's cheese counter alongside hearty Lancashires, mellow Swaledales and award-winning Cumbrian cheeses.
Tracey, the service station's head of lifestyle, travels to the rich woodlands of Winster Valley to meet Jonty Hampson, who makes timber craft products, such as high-quality chopping and serving boards. Jonty hopes that his new designs of risotto spoons, toaster tongs and coasters made from 25-year-old oak trees will be taken on.
New supplier Lakes Brew reveal the process of creating local craft brews for Tebay, with ingredients including Lake District water, UK-grown barley and hops from around the world. And estate manager John France explains Tebay's successful wildlife conservation efforts with numerous bird species.
The Lake District Farm Shop returns Saturday 9th April at 8:15pm on Channel 4.