TV | There’s No Place Like Tyrone
There’s No Place Like Tyrone returns for a third series this autumn, and with some familiar faces and new real life characters thrown into the mix, mischief continues to unfold in the Mid-Ulster countryside.
Starting tonight, Monday 20 September at 10.35pm, this three part constructed reality series, follows a number of people who live and work in County Tyrone.
In the first instalment, working mum Ruth has opened her beauty salon and is kept busy with a new addition to the family, baby Bonnie, and big sister Maisie to look after.
As always granda John lends a helping hand and offers some financial advice to Maisie who has ambitions to buy a new tractor.
Series newcomers, Declan and Melissa, and Leanne and Keith, enjoy some friendly competition as their children create homemade gifts for baby Bonnie. While Darryl and dad Feargal have spent the last year together living and working from home.
Darryl has ambitions to ditch the day job and become a full time musician and in episode two, starts writing a song with Feargal. Can the family that play together, stay together or will their creative differences get in the way of penning a modern classic about their native county?
Declan and Keith are tasked with planning a romantic double date, but a trip to the golf course is not exactly what Melissa and Leanne had in mind.
In the final episode, with some making up to do, Declan and Keith plan a second date and hope a romantic dinner will get them back into the good books. Novice chef Keith takes direction from Declan a self-professed ‘man for a special occasion’, via a cooking tutorial on zoom.
Rebecca, a vet and part-time farmer, decides to take a well-deserved staycation away from the farm and Darryl gets his first paying gig at a girlie night organised by Ruth.
It is not quite the hot-tub party he imagined, will his new song about county Tyrone make a big splash or be dead in the water?
There’s No Place Like Tyrone made by Stellify Media, starts on Monday 20 September at 10.35pm on BBC One Northern Ireland.