I find Nigel pure comedy - and I'm not a dog lover. I think his loyalty and occasional knowing looks are great. For me, gardening is about the whole environment - the bees, the birdsong, the whirr of a neighbour's lawnmower, and if I had a loyal pet who joined me out there, they too would be part of my gardening experience. In fact, we had a tame pheasant called Fozzy who used to come over and see what I was up to, and who would eat bread from our hands. Maybe if the show were an hour long then those people who feel that something is missing from the show would be catered for. I don't know, but it does occur to me that since most people in the UK have a garden, just as most people eat, then it is strange that so many hours of airtime are devoted to teaching us how to cook, and so few are devoted to gardening.
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