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Touring Britain

> Touring Britain on BBC Four at 2010-06-11 01:00:00
2/2. The Classic Motorist's Way: Cultural historian David Heathcote uses two 1930s Shell Guides to explore Dorset and Cornwall, exploring the themes of development which the Guides raise.

> Touring Britain on BBC Four at 2010-06-11 00:00:00
2/2. The Classic Motorist's Way: Cultural historian David Heathcote uses two 1930s Shell Guides to explore Dorset and Cornwall, exploring the themes of development which the Guides raise.

> Touring Britain on BBC Four at 2010-06-09 23:30:00
1/2. The Victorian Way: Cultural historian David Heathcote uses a 1887 Baedeker Guide to explore Britain, discovering hidden treasures popular with Victorians but rarely visited today.

> Touring Britain on BBC Four at 2010-06-09 22:30:00
1/2. The Victorian Way: Cultural historian David Heathcote uses a 1887 Baedeker Guide to explore Britain, discovering hidden treasures popular with Victorians but rarely visited today.

> Touring Britain on BBC Four at 2009-03-10 00:30:00
Part of the Joy of Motoring season. 2/2. The Classic Motorist's Way: Cultural historian David Heathcote uses 1930s Shell Guides to explore Dorset and Cornwall.

> Touring Britain on BBC Four at 2009-03-09 23:30:00
Part of the Joy of Motoring season. 1/2. The Victorian Way: David Heathcote uses a 1887 Baedeker Guide to explore modern-day Britain.

> Touring Britain on BBC Four at 2009-02-27 02:30:00
Part of the Joy of Motoring season. 1/2. The Victorian Way: David Heathcote uses a 1887 Baedeker Guide to explore modern-day Britain.

> Touring Britain on BBC Four at 2009-02-27 00:00:00
Part of the Joy of Motoring season. 1/2. The Victorian Way: David Heathcote uses a 1887 Baedeker Guide to explore modern-day Britain.

> Touring Britain on BBC Four at 2009-02-26 21:00:00
Part of the Joy of Motoring season. 1/2. The Victorian Way: David Heathcote uses a 1887 Baedeker Guide to explore modern-day Britain.

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