Secrets Of The National Trust With Alan Titchmarsh

Series 4
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Series 4, Episode 7 - Penrhyn Castle

4.0 11 x
Penrhyn Castle sits below the Snowdonia Mountains and was home to the wealthy Pennant family. Alan Titchmarsh reveals the shocking truth about Penrhyn Castle and uncovers documents that map the Pennant's ownership of enslaved people. Alan hears testimonies from the past that expose how the treatment of the Penrhyn quarryme...
1:00:00

Series 4, Episode 7 - Penrhyn Castle

4.0 13 x
Penrhyn Castle sits below the Snowdonia Mountains and was home to the wealthy Pennant family. Alan Titchmarsh reveals the shocking truth about Penrhyn Castle and uncovers documents that map the Pennant's ownership of enslaved people. Alan hears testimonies from the past that expose how the treatment of the Penrhyn quarryme...
1:00:00

Series 4, Episode 6 - Ham House

4.0 8 x
Alan Titchmarsh gives us an insider's view into some of Britain's most intriguing historical homes and gardens. Ham House on the banks of the River Thames, in Richmond, is an opulent 17th century mansion that tells the epic story of intimate royal relationships, civil war, political brinkmanship and the woman who triumphed...
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Series 4, Episode 5 - Tyntesfield

4.0 13 x
Surrounded by the glorious North Somerset countryside is one of the finest Victorian homes within the National Trust collection, the Gothic masterpiece that is Tyntesfield. It was home to the richest non noble man in Britain, William Gibbs who was known for his fervent faith and for hitting the jackpot in the Guano trade.
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Series 4, Episode 4 - Kingston Lacy

3.0 5 x
Historical series. An imposing country house with a vast estate, Kingston Lacy in Dorset was beloved of William Bankes, even after he was exiled from the country.
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Series 4, Episode 3 - Plas Newydd

3.0 11 x
An elegant mansion on the banks of the Menai Strait, Plas Newydd has been home to the Marquesses of Anglesey since Waterloo, and boasts a history packed with action, adventure, creative impulse, passion and excess.
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Series 4, Episode 2 - Chartwell

3.0 6 x
Alan and the team go behind the scenes at Sir Winston Churchill's former country house, Chartwell, in the Weald of Kent. Churchill's granddaughter recalls the great man himself. And Dan Jones explores the network of tunnels within the white cliffs of Dover, built on Churchill's orders.
1:00:00

Series 4, Episode 7 - Penrhyn Castle

3.0 20 x
Penrhyn Castle sits below the Snowdonia Mountains and was home to the wealthy Pennant family. Alan Titchmarsh reveals the shocking truth about Penrhyn Castle and uncovers documents that map the Pennant's ownership of enslaved people. Alan hears testimonies from the past that expose how the treatment of the Penrhyn quarryme...
1:00:00

Series 4, Episode 6 - Ham House

4.0 10 x
Alan Titchmarsh gives us an insider's view into some of Britain's most intriguing historical homes and gardens. Ham House on the banks of the River Thames, in Richmond, is an opulent 17th century mansion that tells the epic story of intimate royal relationships, civil war, political brinkmanship and the woman who triumphed...
1:00:00

Series 4, Episode 5 - Kedleston Hall

4.0 11 x
Surrounded by the glorious North Somerset countryside is one of the finest Victorian homes within the National Trust collection, the Gothic masterpiece that is Tyntesfield. It was home to the richest non noble man in Britain, William Gibbs who was known for his fervent faith and for hitting the jackpot in the Guano trade.
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