Trekker Judith Jones travels through Yorkshire and Northumberland in North East England. Her journey begins in rural Suffolk, continues on to Cambridge, Sheffield, Bradford and York. Her journey concludes on a boat to the Farne Island, the ancient sanctuary of the monk Saint Cuthbert and a present sanctuary to the puffin.
Host Judith Jones continues her exploration of English architecture with a look at the Georgian and Victorian styles. Among the places we’ll see: Queen’s House in Greenwich; St. Paul’s Cathedral in London; Osterley House in Middlesex; Hammerwood Lodge in East Sussex; and the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol.
In this two-part special, host Judith Jones walks viewers through the history of English buildings. Among the locations we’ll visit in this episode are the Roman edifices in Lindisfarne, Warkworth Castle in Northumberland, Kentwell Hall in Suffolk and Burghley House in Lincolnshire.
This Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning hit drama returns for a fifth season of intimately interlaced stories centered on an English country estate – an entertaining formula that has made “Downton Abbey” the highest-rated drama in PBS history.