Secrets of the National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh

Know more About this Show: Alan Titchmarsh and a team of familiar faces visit historic properties owned by the National Trust revealing the hidden history, human stories and natural history behind each one.

Genre: Documentary

Actor: Alan Titchmarsh

Country: UK

Duration: 60 min

Quality: HD

Release: 2017

IMDb: 7.2

Season 1 - Secrets of the National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh
"Alan Titchmarsh goes behind the scenes at Knole in Kent, Anneka Rice visits Croome Court and Miriam O'Reilly walks in the footsteps of giants on the Jurassic Coast."
"Alan Titchmarsh reveals some surprising facts about Beatrix Potter. Plus a rare plant nursery, a time capsule and the UK's largest seal colony."
"During this episode, Alan visits Attingham Park to tell the incredible story of the 2nd Lord Berwick, the extravagant 19th-century owner who squandered the family fortune. Anneka Rice goes fly-fishing on the River Test and Lisa Holloway is in Norfolk at one of the world\u2019s leading textile conservation studios as they set about restoring a 430 year old tapestry."
"At Quarry Bank, Alan learns about the people behind Britain\u2019s Industrial Revolution, uncovering the true stories of the child workers. Oz Clarke climbs the battlements of Dunster Castle and historian Dan Jones joins an archaeological dig on the South Coast."
Season 2 - Secrets of the National Trust with Alan Titchmarsh
"Alan visits Hardwick Hall, the magnificent Derbyshire home of Bess of Hardwick, to tell the story of how she rose from humble beginnings to become the secondmost powerful woman in Elizabethan England. Continuing the family history, Miriam O'Reilly visits nearby Stainsby Mill, Jenni Bond travels to the copper mines at Ecton and Peter Peter Purves visits Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk, where Bess once held Mary, Queen of Scots, in custody."
"Alan visits Stowe in Buckinghamshire, the most magnificent landscape garden of late 18th-century Britain and the site of a well-known public school. Pete Waterman discovers the link between Stowe and the Beatles, Dan Jones abseils down Lord Cobham's Pillar at Stowe and Suzannah Lipscomb visits a Norfolk stone masonry to help re-create some of Stowe's iconic statues."
"On a visit to Waddesdon, Alan uncovers the story of Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, famed for his lavish lifestyle, notable guests and the parties he threw at his French Renaissance-style ch\u00e2teau in the heart of the Buckinghamshire countryside. Alison Hammond heads to Polesden Lacey to party 1900s-style, architecture enthusiast Clive Aslet visits another grand design on the Waddesdon estate, and writer and presenter Oz Clarke travels to Kent to see one of Baron Ferdinand\u2019s most prized possessions as it undergoes essential restoration."