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BBC1 orders up six more episodes of ‘Get Up and Grow’

BBC 1 Northern Ireland has commissioned six more episodes of Tern Television's Get Up and Grow series, set to transmit in spring 2011. The gardening series is presented by Chris Beardshaw and Colin Donaldson, and follows six families gardening dilemmas and their gardening projects. Tern Television has produced gardening programs for the BBC since 1990, and Gwyneth Hardy, co-founder and joint MD of Tern Television, says 'Get Up and Grow is an exciting new series building on Tern's experience in this genre bringing gardening to a new generation and demographic.'
September 16, 2010

BBC 1 Northern Ireland has commissioned six more episodes of Tern Television’s Get Up and Grow series, set to transmit in spring 2011. The gardening series is presented by Chris Beardshaw and Colin Donaldson, and follows six families gardening dilemmas and their gardening projects. Tern Television has produced gardening programs for the BBC since 1990, and Gwyneth Hardy, co-founder and joint MD of Tern Television, says ‘Get Up and Grow is an exciting new series building on Tern’s experience in this genre bringing gardening to a new generation and demographic.’

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