Next Episode of Holiday of My Lifetime with Len Goodman is
Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman travels with celebrities to revisit the places of their childhood holidays.
Len travels with BBC weather presenter Carol Kirkwood to St Helier, Jersey, which Carol visited in 1973 as an 11-year-old. They tour the island's war tunnels and the zoo and meet the winner of the Battle of the Flowers parade from the year of her stay.
Len travels with his Strictly pal Anton Du Beke to Blackpool - in a vintage coach, similar to the one Anton would have taken on the journey from Sevenoaks in 1981 for a dancing competition. The pair tuck into the food Anton loved from back in the day, take a ride on the vintage Blackpool trams, and visit the winter gardens, amusement arcades and of course the Tower.
Len travels with TV presenter and former footballer Dion Dublin to Great Yarmouth. Driving a 1970s Morris Marina Coupe, similar to the one Dion travelled in from Leicester to the seaside in 1979, they begin by visiting the caravan park where Dion stayed as a boy.
Len travels with TV presenter and actress Lisa Riley to Haworth, West Yorkshire, which Lisa used to visit with her mother. The pair visit the Bronte museum, take high tea in a café just like the one Lisa visited back in 1992, and take a trip on a steam train.
Len travels with former EastEnders actor Pam St Clement to Dartmoor in Devon to relive a holiday that Pam took in 1953 that changed her life. Pam travelled alone from her boarding school to a farm in Dartmoor to visit two ladies who became like an extended family for her.
Len is joined by Daniel O'Donnell as they head to Arranmore and Owey Islands off the coast of Donegal.
Len is joined by Jimi Mistry as they head to Castleton in the Peak District.
Len and Tanni Grey-Thompson head to Somerset to relive her favourite childhood holiday.
Len heads to Dorset with Steve Backshall to recreate his favourite childhood holiday.
Len is joined by Toyah Willcox to recreate her favourite childhood holiday in Llangollen Canal.
Len joins Jasper Carrott on a trip to South Wales.
Len revisits Lisa Faulkner's favourite childhood holiday - West Wittering.
Len is joined by Dan Walker as they revisit his favourite childhood holiday in Aberdeen.
Len is joined by Edwina Currie as they revisit her favourite childhood holiday in Bournemouth.
Valerie Singleton joins Len Goodman as they head back to her favourite childhood holiday destination, Ladram Bay.
Len joins Nigel Planer on his favourite childhood holiday in Ottery-St-Mary.
Len is joined by Melanie Sykes who revisits her favourite childhood holiday in Llandudno.
Len is joined by Eve Pollard who revisits her favourite childhood holiday in Margate.
Len joins Ian Kelsey in Dorset to reminisce about his favourite childhood holidays.
Janet Ellis joins Len to revisit her favourite childhood holiday in New Forest.
In today's journey through time Len takes EastEnders bad boy Jake Wood, aka Max Branning, to the stunning Cornish coast to relive his school adventure holiday of 1980.
Len Goodman takes Homes Under the Hammer presenter Lucy Alexander back to Herne Bay in Kent to reminisce about the holiday of her lifetime back in 1979.
In today's journey through time, Len Goodman takes national treasure Nicholas Parsons back to 1939 and the stunning area of Studland in Dorset for an old-school caravan holiday.
Len Goodman takes broadcaster, columnist and avid campaigner Fiona Phillips back to the beautiful Norfolk Broads to relive her teenage holiday from 1975.
In today's journey through time, Len Goodman takes broadcaster Jennie Bond on a stroll down memory lane to her favourite childhood holiday destination, Pendoggett in Cornwall. The year was 1966.
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