Escape from the reality of everyday life with a view of glorious Royal Britain.

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  • Highgrove: Prince Charles at Home

    In a remarkably informal and candid interview, the Prince of Wales takes us on a private tour of his beloved gardens and house at Highgrove, his own personal retreat - and the home in which his sons grew up.

  • Royal Windsor's Big Week

    Exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the Royal Windsor Horse Show‚ an event that is always in the Queen's private diary. We meet her off-duty and in her own private grounds at Windsor Castle in this fascinating documentary. Follow the team behind the Show as they attempt to put on the perfect ev...

  • Royal Britain: An Aerial View of the Monarchy

    Royal Britain tells the story of the monarchy through the places that bore witness to murder, romance, politics, imprisonment, tragedy, execution and celebration. In the landscape, battles were fought for the crown and dynasties changed. For centuries Wales and Scotland fought its larger neighbou...

  • The Royals and Their Pets

    The Royal family has always had a very special relationship with their pets: from the lapdog who hid under Mary, Queen of Scots' skirts at her execution to Caesar, King Edward VII's terrier who took precedence over 9 Kings at his masters' State Funeral. The Royal servants, however, are not always...

  • Alan's Secret Gardens: 19th Century

    The Victorians gave us a taste for exotic plants from around the world, a thirst for technology in the garden and a love of bold statements. Biddulph Grange, in Staffordshire, is a classic example of all these elements.

  • Alan's Secret Gardens: 18th Century

    Few gardening movements can match the impact of the 18th century landscape movement and Stowe school in Buckinghamshire is one of the most important examples of their revolutionary designs. Here we find a rejection of the rigid formality of the previous century and an embracing of nature, no matt...

  • Alan's Secret Gardens: 17th Century

    Alan Titchmarsh visits Hatfield House to look at the gardens of this 17th century stately home. He will examine the famous parterres which are some of the first examples of Britain’s affection for formal gardening.

  • Alan's Secret Gardens: 20th Century

    Alan Titchmarsh reveals how Sissinghurst Gardens in Kent is one of the most influential of the 20th century. Created by two passionate gardeners, Vita Sackville-West and her husband, her stunning white garden is simply one of the most copied and most influential gardens of all time.