This special Valentine's edition of the series takes a look at love and courtship in the Traveller community.
Ever since the first seriries aired in television, millions of viewers have watched the extravagant weddings and asked the question, where does the money come from to pay for the weddings.
Thelma Madine takes a look back at some of the wedding dresses she has created for different Gypsy weddings.
The show follows a travelling family over the course of a difficult year. The cameras follow the family's constant game of cat and mouse with local councils, battles with the local residents and the hardships of long winters in freezing caravans.
The series talks to Irish Travellers from both sides of the Irish Sea, looking at the special bond they share and some of the values they often don't.
Lots of Travellers and Gypsies gather for one of the biggest dates in the Gypsy calendar. The series takes a look at the unique bond between the Travelling community and their horses.
The show takes a look at the community's unique approach toward birth and death. Pregnancy comes with its own strict rules of conduct whilst a funeral is an event planned the same way as the biggest weddings, drawing massive crowds.
Christmas is an important time fo year for the travelling community, as they put their troubles aside and rejoice. The show features some travellers enjoying the sun in Tenerife, a festive 18th birthday, and a spectacular winter wedding.
The caeras follow differenr members of the traveller community as they make plans for trips overseas. A bride makes plans for a honeymoon in Mexico whilst a girl makes plans for a religious pilgrimage to Bosnia.