Highclere Castle is best known as the set of hit period drama Downton Abbey.
Fred meets the characters from Downton's kitchen including Phyllis Logan, the housekeeper, Lesley Nicol the cook and housemaid Amy Nuttall.
Fred talks to Carson the butler, Jim Carter, and Rob James-Collier aka Thomas the scheming valet in this new interview with Downton stars.
Highclere Castle - as it's really known - is home to Lord and Lady Carnarvon. They've allowed us special access to the house to reveal the real Downton Abbey at Christmas. Fred and Sangeeta link to Stacey Poole.
Divya Kohli takes a trip back in time to discover Highclere Castle's ancient past.
90 years ago this week, the tomb of a boy king was unearthed almost in tact. Inside the tomb of Tutankhamun were treasures from an ancient civilisation.
Two Englishmen were responsible for the discovery - one of them - Lord Carnarvon - whose family still live at Highclere Castle today, mysteriously died before he got see the hundreds of royal objects.
In recent times Highclere Castle is known as the location for ITV's Downton Abbey - the period drama has very much become the castle's future - but we shouldn't forget the incredible past that lies beneath.
Don't miss Meridian Tonight at 6pm tonight, when Divya Kohli explores our links to ancient Egyptian treasures.
With the new series of Downton Abbey coming up, set as ever at Hampshire's Highclere Castle, we've been talking to the cast.
Today Fred talks to "Mr. Nice" Jim Carter who plays Carson the butler and "Mr. Nasty" Rob James-Collier aka Thomas the scheming valet...
ITV has announced that P&O Cruises will be the new sponsor of the third series of one of the country's most popular dramas 'Downton Abbey'. The series is filmed at Highclere Castle near Newbury in Berkshire.