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Grand Tours of Scotland – 2010 to 2012 – Paul Murton explores many of Scotland's most scenic places. 

Grand Tours of Scotland's Lochs – 2017 to – – Scotland has over 30,000 lochs, and Paul Murton explores some of the most scenic and interesting of the group. 

Great British Garden Revival – 2013 to 2015 – Some of Britain's greatest horticultural talents aim to restore Britain's rich tradition of world-class gardens. 

Great British Railway Journeys – 2010 to 2018 – Michael Portillo explores Great Britain using the railways and his trusty Bradshaw Railway Guidebook. 

Great Canal Journeys – 2014 to present – Timothy West and his wife Prunella Scales travel the canals of Britain and beyond, enjoying adventures as long as her dementia will allow. 

Great Continental Railway Journeys – 2012 to 2018 – Michael Portillo travels across Europe using the 1913 Bradshaw Railway Guidebook to aide in his journey. 

Great Indian Railway Journeys – 2018 – Michael Portillo uses Bradshaw's 1913 handbook to travel across India. 

Greatest Cities of the World – 2008 to 2010 – Griff Rhys Jones explores some of the world's most iconic cities. 

Griff's Great Britain – 2016 – Griff Rhys Jones explores the different types of terrain in Great Britain, stopping in towns and villages along the way. 

Hidden Killers of the Victorian Home – 2013 – Suzannah Lipscomb takes a look at the hidden dangers that could have been deadly in Victorian homes. 

How to Look at a Painting – 2011 – Justin Paton attempts to demystify art and help people better understand what they're looking at and why it matters. 

How We Built Britain – 2007 to 2007 – This six-part series tells the story of Britain's architectural history. 

In Search of Mr. Toad – 2013 – Griff Rhys Jones examines the life, times, and characters of Kenneth Grahame, author of “The Wind in the Willows”.