COUNTRYFILE viewers were left fuming as weatherman Matt Taylor committed the deadly sin of wearing block navy.
Sunday’s episode saw Matt Baker and Charlotte Smith head to the Peak District to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the UK’s first national park.
However, viewers were distracted by weather Matt and his choice of shirt.
Sporting a navy shirt with jeans, fans were fuming by his casual choice of attire.
Fans hoped Matt would opt for the classic checked shirt.
One viewer said: “Oh Matt. You’ve let us down. Check shirt in the wash?”
A second wrote: “Matt has a very faintly subtle checked shirt on.
"Had to get the magnifying glass out on the screen.”
Another penned: “Matt forgot to ask his mum to pack his check shirt – there’ll be tears before bedtime!”
Meanwhile, viewers were spoilt with a stunning landscape of the peak district.
Exploring the white peak, they came across a nineteenth-century old farm building to rescue and repurpose.
The beautiful old building had an old-fashioned brick layout and engravings inside from generations of the Shirley family.
Young cows around two years old would spend the winter in there.
It featured a hatch, a barnyard for them to exercise.
It had been working for a century and Matt noted how he could feel the history.
Matt said: “It’s a bit like a time capsule.”
The farming heritage could live on for future generations to come – but can I be saved?
A surveyor came to check out the barn and said: “This is a beautiful barn I love it! And the enclosure and everything.”
It had changed very little since the time it was built, adding to the historic feel.
However, a local farmer admitted they hadn’t used the barn for cows since the 70s.
Viewers were convinced the barn building would make a great Air BnB.
One fan said: “Surprised they haven't turned that barn into an Air BnB.”
Another noted: “Matt's got his eye on a new Air BnB opportunity #countryfile.”
Countryfile is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.
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