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A live marathon TV broadcast from a sheep shed in North Iceland

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  • Reality TV Embrace yourself for a 24 hours of a live broadcast from a sheep shed in North Iceland. It does not get more real than that!

Today you have the chance to watch a new kind of reality TV when the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service, RÚV, will transmit live and non-stop for 24 hours from a sheep shed in North Iceland, starting at noon GMT May 14.

As we are in the middle of the lambing season in Iceland you can expect to see, from the comfort of your own home, quite a few lambs being born into the world and taking their first tiny steps in the shed.

The farm's name is Syðri-Hofdalir and it is located in Skagafjörður fjord in North Iceland. The broadcast will be available at ruv.is and at RÚV's terrestrial TV channel number 2.

Read more: The ewe Móra surprised her owner when she gave birth to five lambs last week

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