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New series of Get Up and Grow set for next year

Published: 24 September 2010
Following the success of the gardening programme on BBC1 NI, a second series is currently in production ready for spring 2011.
New series of Get Up and Grow set for next year
Tern Television's Get Up and Grow series on BBC1 NI, the UK indie is currently in production of a further 6x30' episodes which are due to transmit in spring 2011.

Presented by award-winning garden designer Chris Beardshaw and Colin Donaldson from Tern Television's Greenmount Garden, Get Up and Grow will follow six different families as they embark on gardening projects over the course of a growing season.

Currently in production, the six 30 minute episodes in the second series will see Mr Beardshaw and Mr Donaldson work with the families to create the perfect garden.

Tern Television co-founder and joint managing director Gwyneth Hardy said: "We've been producing gardening programmes for the BBC since 1990. 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. Chris and Colin are entertaining and informative presenters who really get to grips with what the public wants from their gardens."

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