The show, coming to BBC Two in January, will follow eight chosen singletons, aged between 25 and 59, on their quest to find a partner.
From launching online profiles to finding a match, we will join them on their brave and heart-felt journey, including on those giddy first dates and for that all important post-date analysis.
Wendy, a 59-year-old pig farmer, Ed, a 25-year-old dairy farmer who wants to have his own family, and Heather, a 28-year-old equine vet are among those on the show.
They'll be dating city dwellers who will have to cope with "the wild outdoors and woeful wi-fi”.
And yes, some of the profile pictures have animals in them.
If you spot someone you like, drop an email to [email protected] tell the production team who you would love to meet and why.
Equine vet Heather loves riding and competing, but worries her love of horses and demanding rural job have prevented her from meeting her ideal man. and I’m now ready to fit a man into my busy life.”While Peter, who runs a dairy farm in the rolling Yorkshire countryside, wants to meet someone who shares his love of travel.“I’ve travelled all round the world and you always want to come home.
Channel 4’s brand new programme, which sees singletons choose potential dates based on their nude body parts, left many viewers with their jaws on the floor when it aired on Monday night. It was nine years of hard work but it's worth it now …You get butterflies in your stomach and you’re always thinking about them all day long.”The pair will be joined by several other single men and women with an agricultural background from all over the country.The DJ and presenter, 42, will host the series, matching singletons in the countryside with city dwellers looking for romance - as well as a new life.Airing on BBC Two, Love In The Countryside is being billed as a "warm-hearted show... Urbanites who "want to escape to the country and fall in love" are being invited to apply.