Fossil hunting, farming and Freshwater Bay feature in episode three of the second series of hit TV show Isle of Wight: Jewel of the South.

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Tonight (Thursday) viewers get to walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs with famous palaeontologist Martin Simpson, who is on the hunt for a prehistoric giant.  

Isle of Wight County Press: Martin SimpsonMartin Simpson (Image: Daisybeck)

Popular Isle of Wight attraction Calbourne Watermill also features. Owner Sally Chaucer is facing a headache after the pit wheel – a key cog in the system – is shattered.

Here's how to watch the latest series of Isle of Wight: Jewel of the South

Isle of Wight: Jewel of the South airs tonight at 8pm on Channel 5.

It will also be available to watch on demand HERE after broadcast.

With the watermill out of action, making flour has now ground to a halt, so the pressure is on for heritage metal worker Ross Buckley to fix and refit this hefty, cast iron wheel.

Isle of Wight County Press: Sally ChaucerSally Chaucer (Image: Daisybeck)

Isle of Wight County Press: Susan MccallSusan Mccall (Image: Daisybeck)
In Wroxall, Susan McCall, who has recently-moved from the mainland, takes up a new role at the Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary.

She won’t feel totally at home though until she’s reunited with her 25 pet sheep.

After a journey of almost 150 miles by road and sea, the arrival or her much-loved pets is imminent - but what will the resident donkeys make of their new neighbours?
Just outside Shanklin, delivery day is looming for organic farmers Will and Aimee Steward, who not only have to pick enough fruit and veg to fill 300 boxes for their local customers – but Aimee also has to create and test out a new recipe using their seasonal produce, to include with every box.

Even with their kids pitching in, they’ve got a lot on their plate!

Isle of Wight County Press: Will and Aimee StewardWill and Aimee Steward (Image: Daisybeck)

Isle of Wight County Press: Summer Tucker & Chris MannionSummer Tucker & Chris Mannion (Image: Daisybeck)

And it’s an early start for coasteering instructors Chris Mannion and Summer Tucker who are making the most of a low spring tide to recce a trail of magical caves and rocky paths around Freshwater Bay.
Tonight's episode airs at 8pm on Channel 5.