Rapper Tinie Tempah has revealed he is a fan of Countryfile - and hopes one day to start a family and live on a farm.
The 27-year-old rapper was born in London and grew up on a council estate, but he has almost had enough of urban living.
Speaking on The Jonathan Ross Show, he said: "I'm trying to eventually have a family, maybe like 30. Thirty is a good age to start, probably.
"Three more years of a lot of fun and then probably settle down, have a family, live on a farm, get some animals."
The Written In The Stars singer also announced himself as a fan of the popular BBC rural and environmental affairs show, telling host Jonathan Ross: " I watch Countryfile."
The rural affairs show achieved its highest ever ratings in 2015, beating The X Factor and attracting an average of six million viewers.
Presented by John Craven, Adam Henson, Matt Baker, Tom Heap, Ellie Harrison, Anita Rani and Helen Skelton, it covers topics including farming, food production, country living and wildlife.