Next Episode of Secrets of the National Trust is
Season 3 / Episode 4 and airs on 18 July 2018 20:00
The National Trust is opening its doors to Channel 5 for the first time.Secrets of the National Trust explores stunning estates, historic houses and miles of breath-taking landscapes and coastlines. The six-part series highlights the conservation work of the National Trust and showcase their spectacular buildings and gardens from across the UK.Viewers will gain a rare perspective of some of Britain's most valuable heritage sites and discover hidden treasures that are often unseen by the public.
Alan visits Castle Ward in Northern Ireland, the setting of Winterfell in Game of Thrones. He learns why the 18th-century mansion was designed in two completely different styles - Palladian on one side and gothic on the other, learns the history of its warring owners and uncovers stories of lunacy, attempted murder, groundbreaking science and tragedy.
Alan is in North Wales, discovering the unique story of Erddig, a grand mansion where the servants and the Yorke family, who owned it for many years, enjoyed a very close relationship. At Powis Castle, Nigel Havers checks out some magnificent topiary, and Miriam O'Reilly learns how servants were kept very firmly in their place at Calke Abbey, Derbyshire.
Alan Titchmarsh reveals the history, human stories and the hidden treasures of Britain's historical estates. This spectacular mansion spread out over a stunning 900 acres of Staffordshire was built by a mixture of courage, creativity and brotherly love.
Alan Titchmarsh reveals the history, human stories and the hidden treasures of Britain's historical estates. Set on the shores of the beautiful Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland is one of the most glorious houses in the National Trust Collection, Mount Stewart.
Alan Titchmarsh reveals the history, human stories and the hidden treasures of Britain's historical estates. Encircled by a protective wall and with an ancient herd of fallow deer roaming the grounds, sits the glorious Georgian mansion Dunham Massey.
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