Emmerdale: Behind the Scenes follows the building of the new village set and takes the reader on a house-by-house, family-by-family tour, as well as visiting the pub, post office, tearooms and church, where the rural soap's drama has taken place for a quarter of a century. The book will feature new and exclusive photographs taken especially for this book by distinguished landscape photographer Derry Brabbs, as well as a unique look at the construction of the village and how the authenticity of the sets and streets was achieved. There will be interviews with production designer Mike Long and his team who have ensured that the sets match the village as featured in the TV soap. There will be interviews and stories from the years of filming in the villages of Esholt and Arncliffe and a look at how they became tourist attractions thanks to Emmerdale's popularity. In addition, the book features an exclusive tour of the interiors created in the Emmerdale studios in Leeds in the company of the actors who star in the show. The fictional stories and settings will be related to real-life changes in rural communities, such as the demise of farming as a staple industry and a source of employment, and the conversion of derelict mills and forges into residential accommodation. This is the official souvenir of the show.