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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Rathlin Island to feature on popular channel 5 series

This coming Tuesday evening (January 19), TV personality Ben Fogle and his popular series ‘New Lives In The Wild’ comes from Rathlin Island.

The programme now in its thirteen series, takes Ben all over the world to live with individual who have given up their busy lives to move and set up life in a more remote location.

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A spokesperson from Channel 5 has said:

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“Ben ventures off the wild coast of Northern Ireland to the tiny, remote and rugged island of Rathlin.

“He stays with 41-year-old Rauri Morgan, a former HR executive who turned his back on corporate life to move into an ancient family heirloom.

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“Ben embraces modern-day foraging, ancient myths and legends, and eccentric property maintenance, and discovers that Rauri’s paradise has been found in the most unlikely of places, but that there is more than meets the eye to both him and his place on the island.”

Episode 3 from the island will be broadcast on Channel 5 at 9.00pm on Tuesday evening.

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