TWO unlikely TV stars have had their bacon saved and found a new home at a heritage centre in Livingston...Smokey and Streaky got their first taste of fame as cute little piglets on the BBC TV show Monty Halls' Great Hebridean Escape where the presenter reared them to be eaten on New Years Day...But Monty became so attached to the pair of Gloucester Old Spot pigs that they were spared the butcher's block...Programme makers approached Farm Manager Carol Burke at Almond Valley Heritage Centre to see if she could provide a home for the pair...Carol was happy to oblige, and the pigs have made lots of new friends, of the human and animal variety.
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