Since first coming into the public eye in ITV’s 2011 series The Dales, Amanda Owen, her family and their hill farm, Ravenseat, have been featured extensively across national and international radio, television, print and digital media.
Amanda explores familiar territory as she crosses hills and fields through Wensleydale and Raydale on her Winter Walk. Taking ancient routes first made by the Romans, Amanda meets fellow sheep farmers
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BBC Radio 2 - July 2020
The Yorkshire Shepherdess, Amanda Owen. What Makes Us Human with Jeremy Vine.
BBC Radio 4 - July 2021
Simon Armitage invites Our Yorkshire Farm's shepherdess Amanda Owen to join him in the shed in the Pennine Hills where he writes to talk about her North Yorkshire farming life.
ITV Calendar News - July 2020
Amanda and the girls have their hair cut by celebrity hairdresser Andrew Barton in aid of the Little Princess Trust charity.
The Yorkshire Shepherdess, Amanda Owen, being interviewed by BBC Breakfast's Dan Walker and Louise Minchin on Monday 10th June 2019
Amanda meets Julia Bradbury
Amanda meets Julia Bradbury at the Radio Times Literature Festival
Countrywise visits Amanda's home at Ravenseat in Upper Swaledale
Our Yorkshire Farm - Channel 5
Amanda & Clive Owen, along with their 9 children (not forgetting their 1000 sheep and other animals), appear in their very own Channel 5 TV series.
Produced by Renegade Pictures and Motion Content Group, ‘Our Yorkshire Farm’ is an observational documentary series following the highs and lows of family farming life across the four seasons in one of the highest and most remote parts of England.
The series has been filmed in and around Ravenseat in North Yorkshire since 2018 (the year we experienced both the Beast from the East and one of the hottest summers on record) and returned for series 3 in July 2020, proving to be even more popular.
ITV’s The Dales
Ben Fogle: 'New Lives in The Wild UK'
Channel 5: 'Our Yorkshire Farm'
The Daily Mirror
The Daily Mail
The Daily Telegraph
The Big Issue
BBC Radio London
BBC Radio 2
BBC Radio 4
Radio New Zealand