You may have seen the programme on the lake district with Rory Mcgrath and the current programme with Ade Edmundson on the Dales. I've heard that they are doing a similar one on the Dordogne and may stay for the concert held in June in Eymet church by the ACFAA choir.
I received an email from Ben Smith of Shiver Productions today. The first episode of this series will be screened on Monday 12th September, 8pm (UK) on ITV 1.
Unfortunately they have kept with the working title of "Little England".
From the ITV Schedule website:
New documentary series taking a look at the lives of some of the British expats who have settled in the Dordogne in France - turning it into a region now known locally as 'Dordogneshire'. They have immersed themselves in French culture, but have brought some home comforts with them from Blighty. In the first episode, wedding planners Nick Deane and Monica Walker, who live and work at Chateau Pitray, are organising their biggest event yet. Plus the show meets a couple from Sheffield who run a fish and chip van in the region, and catches up with the Hicks family from Somerset, who have moved to their dream farm.
Anyone interested in seeing the ACFAA choir in Eymet (or maybe themselves if they attended the concert given in Eymet church in June) should watch the episodes on 26th September and 17th October. Shame they kept the "Little England" title with its negative tone. I'm a little worried as well as it's being narrated by Geoffrey Palmer so I hope he doesn't inhabit his sardonic persona as in his voice-overs with Grumpy Old Men (and Women)