Our Yorkshire Farm fans vent fury as next episode pulled from TV schedule ‘When is it on!’

Our Yorkshire Farm: Amanda's son outlines bird flu 'worries'

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Our Yorkshire Farm, which follows the life of the Owen family, usually airs at 9pm every Tuesday on Channel 5. However, some eagle-eyed fans noticed that the programme is missing from next week’s TV guide. Instead, the reality series has been replaced with the drama Anne Boleyn which stars Jodie Turner-Smith as the Tudor Queen. Channel 5 has yet to reveal when Our Yorkshire Farm will be back, prompting worried fans to take to social media to air their concern.

One wrote on Twitter: “@channel5_tv when is the next episode of #OurYorkshireFarm on? We know it will not be on next Tuesday at 9pm as the Anne Boleyn mini-series will be on.”

Another penned: “@channel5_tv with #AnneBoleyn on next Tuesday at 9 when do we get to see the next episode of #OurYorkshireFarm as advertised as ‘Coming Next’ at the end of this weeks’ episode?” (sic)

A third questioned: “Channel5_tv could you let us know what date and time episode 8 of Our Yorkshire Farm is on TV please as you are showing the new series about Ann Boleyn at 9pm next Tuesday in place of it and haven’t announced when Our Yorkshire Farm is on.” (sic)

As it stands, Channel 5 is yet to confirm when exactly Amanda and Clive Owen will return.

Tuesday night’s instalment saw farmers, Amanda and Clive celebrate Christmas with their nine children.

The couple, who were happy to have their children all together for the Christmas holidays, also had other things on their mind with the farm.

Clive and his son Miles were worried that their hens and cockerels were going to catch the deadly disease bird flu.

During the segment, Miles roped in his younger brother Sidney to help him ensure that his beloved chickens were kept safe throughout the winter months.

“I’m a little bit worried if a chicken does get bird flu which I hope it doesn’t, it probably will die which is not good,” Miles said.

“You could say we are quarantining the chickens but not from corona(virus).

Speaking about his son’s love for the chickens, Clive began: “Miles’ chickens will have to stop being free-range and go inside for a while.

“Miles really enjoys his chickens, and he does well and works hard to keep them in order.”

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Discussing his own worries about the chickens, the farmer added: “It’s not ideal in the lead up to Christmas but that’s the law of the land so we will have to comply.”

“Everybody will,” Clive said. “Whether you’ve got two chickens or 20,000 chickens, they’ve got to go inside.”

It is unclear as to when next week’s Our Yorkshire Farm will air, although, viewers will be able to watch the highly anticipated drama, Anne Boleyn.

Actress Jodie Turner-Smith will be taking on the role of historical white figure Queen Anne Boleyn in the dramatisation of the modern thriller.

Turner-Smith, who is best known for starring opposite Daniel Kaluuya in the film Queen & Slim will star alongside I Will Destroy You actor Paapa Essiedu, who will play her brother.

Anne Boleyn will debut on Channel 5 at 9pm on Tuesday, June 1.

The Channel 5 series will follow the final months of Anne’s life as she tried to establish a future for her daughter.

It will also detail how her relationship with Henry VIII (played by Mark Stanley) breaks down to how she tries to keep his attention.

Although, her efforts fail as the King finds a new love with Jane Seymour (Lola Petticrew).

Speaking to Radio Times in a new interview about being cast for the role, Turner-Smith said: “When I envision the world for myself and what is possible, I don’t put limitations on it.

“I would never say, ‘No one will ever give me this role.’ I definitely had an awareness that no one had given me a part like that yet, but to me, it felt so natural to play a queen.”

Our Yorkshire Farm is available to stream on My5 now.

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