Horse & Country is currently producing a number of new fishing programmes ready for transmission this autumn.

Hywell Morgan is back with a new series and the channel is delighted to announce that four time World Champion Bob Nudd MBE is set to host a number of programmes over the forthcoming months.

Horse & Country has recognised the need for a commitment to coarse angling programmes and ‘Bob Nudd on Coarse’ is the first, along with a number of other special fishing documentaries currently in planning and production.

The channel is aiming to have a dedicated weekly angling slot up and running by Christmas, with a variety of angling programmes that cover all types of fishing, from coarse to game.

Discussions are underway to add carp fishing and sea angling programmes in due course, which will make Horse and Country the channel to watch for all anglers.

Bob Nudd said: “I was thrilled to hear the news that H&C TV is proposing to have a weekly angling slot.  Then when I was asked to present my own series I realised I would be able to share my lifelong passion for this wonderful past time with like minded anglers countrywide.”

Hywel Morgan, who will also be returning with a second series of Fly Fishing Masterclass said: “Being invited back for another series is really great, and with many more fabulous locations and techniques to explore, I can’t wait to get started.”

Another show coming soon to the H&C line up is, Rural Britain – A Novel Approach. The new series will explore the beautiful countryside that inspired so many of our great novelists, such as Jane Austin and Charles Dickens. The show will feature the gentle rolling hills of Hampshire, immortalised by Austen and marshland on the windswept coast of Kent so evocatively described by Dickens.

The show will take viewers on a fascinating journey of discovery with wildlife and countryside presenter Liam Dale.

Liam Dale, who thoroughly enjoyed making the show said: “Rural Britain has been a delight to make and I have felt extremely privileged to walk in the footsteps of so many of my own personal heroes. The biggest surprise has been the fact that some of the landscapes described such a long time ago are little changed to this day.”

Tune in to SKY Channel 280 or visit to find out more.