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Third Series for 2000 Acres

TELEVISION CREWS are set to return to The Rhins in just a few months, the"Free Press" can reveal.

BBC chiefs are expected to give the nod soon to a third series of the hit programme "Two Thousand Acres of Sky"

This would see cast and crew return to their adopted home of Portlogan shortly afterwards and, if all goes to plan, filming of the new episodes could begin as soon as this summer.

The show is commissioned by the BBC from London-based programme makers Zenith Productions Limited.

This week, both the BBC and Zenith were remaining tight-lipped about the prospect of a third series.

However, the "Free Press" understands that it is not BBC policy to confirm a follow-up series until the present one is finished. With two episodes of the current series left it will be a few weeks at least before an official announcement on a third series is likely to be made.

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