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For The Love Of Britain

  • Episode:

    10 of 10

  • Title:

    Peak District

  • Transmission (TX):

    Tue 20 Apr 2021

  • TX Confirmed


  • Time

    7.30pm - 8.00pm

  • Week:

    Week 16 2021 : Sat 17 Apr - Fri 23 Apr

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  • Published:

    Tue 30 Mar 2021

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For The Love of Britain

Series overview

The series is 10 x 30 minute episodes for ITV, narrated by Julie Walters and featuring contributions from Julia Bradbury, Robson Green, Liz Bonnin, Ade Edmondson, Katherine Kelly, Ore Oduba, Sheila Hancock, Gino D’Acampo and Ben Fogle, amongst many others.

For The Love of Britain is a series in which Julie Walters invites us to take a great escape into our great outdoors.

Britain - the majestic isle we call home - is made up of some gloriously varied landscapes. Sitting within those landscapes are the cherished places we never tire of and plenty of hidden gems many of us are yet to discover. For The Love of Britain provides a guide to both, taking us on a journey through all that’s truly great about our country. 

With the help of some familiar faces, the series explores the length and breadth of the nation, with each episode focussing on a different part of the UK. From our lakes, to our peaks and our sweeping coastline, viewers will be guided through our green and pleasant island home... from those who both live in it and love it.

Episode 10 - Peak District

Julie Walters narrates the final episode of the series as we visit the Peak District – Britain’s first national park - famed for hills and valleys, ancient settlements and picture-perfect villages.

Actor Katherine Kelly is our guide for an inspiring hill walk up Mam Tor. Ben Fogle gets a taste of the special honey produced by peak district bees. Stanage Edge wows Ore Oduba with the perfect view, and Liz Bonnin is at the magnificent Lyme Park Estate to witness an annual wildlife ritual.