It was an island life special on Countryfile on Sunday that saw the presenters flitting between kelp farms on Northern Irish island Rathlin to a tropical fruit one on Anglesey.
Of the 6,000 islands that make up the British Isles, presenter Anita Rani had chosen to make the Scottish Inner Hebrides island of Kerrera her home for the episode, meeting postmaster Gill Vollum and chatting to city couple Aideen Gallagher and Martin Shields - who upped sticks to open the island's only tea room.
There are only 48 people on the whole island - and one of those she met was postie Gill's best friend, shepherd Sheila McGregor, who she helped herd her sheep.
However, she was criticised by viewers for opening her conversation with the two ladies by asking about their husbands.
-- Emma Bright (@emmy_bright87) August 7, 2016
Do we really need to know that a female farmer is single? #countryfile
-- Kay Hattam (@KayPeterHattam) August 7, 2016
-- Warbles (@cat_warburton) August 7, 2016
However, it didn't put viewers off wanting to move to the featured islands.
So tempted to move to one of the islands on #Countryfile tonight, idyllic, no hideous developments, no smoker neighbours, peace, tranquility
-- Embee_65 (@Embee_65) August 7, 2016
I would move to any of these habitable Hebrides islands in a heartbeat. Beautiful! #Countryfile
-- Mariam (@mariamhu1) August 7, 2016
Being a compilation show, there were plenty of weird and wonderful things going on that drew viewers' attention.
Oddly, Matt Baker's consumption of kiwi fruit jam - home-grown and made on the island of Anglesey off the coast of Wales - was one of them.
#Countryfile next week tom investigates the dangers of eating Kiwi jam
-- Dazoo (@Dazoo1977) August 7, 2016
Kiwi Fruit Jam? Seems a terrible thing to do to a kiwi fruit. #countryfile
-- Mary Wood (@marywood59) August 7, 2016
John Craven's trip to a kelp farm was even more divisive among fans.
Kelp terrifies me, legit scares me. Why is the lady in #countryfile touching it?! I can't watch ?
-- alex ? (@__alexandrra) August 7, 2016
Each to their own, Countryfile fans!