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Great British Railway Journeys

Category: Education/Science/Factual
Episode 4 of 15 | Season 11
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Fri 14 Jan
8:30pm-9:00pm (30 minutes)
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Botty Portillo
Another glut of tripe from Botty.
simon   5:08pm Sat 18 Dec Report Abuse

Not another
pink shirt presenter. Jobs for the "boys" TV !!!
Campaign4BetterTV   11:13am Fri 26 Mar Report Abuse

Have mercy
Please, please etc use your air time to broadcast something other than Sweetie Portillo. I hesitate to think what inducements he's offered to the schedulers but really, enough's enough.
simon   7:46pm Fri 22 Jan Report Abuse

Have mercy
How much longer will we be fed a diet of sweetie Portillo? What inducements id he offering to the programmers?
simon   7:04pm Thu 14 Jan Report Abuse

Dreadful music
Love Portillos journeys,but oh,the boring music is so off putting...
Rosy   8:44pm Thu 28 Jan Report Abuse

missing episode
why wasn't the advertised episode on on Wednesday the 27th.january 2016
snowie   4:09pm Thu 28 Jan Report Abuse

Episode not shown
Why was episode for 27 th jan 2016 not shown and when will it be shown
Kj   9:23am Thu 28 Jan Report Abuse

Balcombe Tunnel Murder
Really found the part about the railway murder on the train very interesting! Has a book been written about this case
Charles   7:22pm Mon 18 Jan Report Abuse

Great British Railway Journeys.
I really like Michael Portillo. He always has a smile on his face & it makes me smile too. He knows a lot about the railways almost as much as George Bradshaw. I am sure Mr Portillo must enjoy presenting this great programme more than being in parliament
SueQ1   6:23pm Sun 5 Oct Report Abuse

A good program.
Informative and well filmed. How can this and the drivel of Eastenders be shown by the same corporation, for that is what it is.
Mr. Nerdo McLeod   4:36pm Thu 28 Aug Report Abuse

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Dundee to Aberdeen Michael Portillo continues his railway journey from Newcastle to Loch Ness, steered by his 1930s Bradshaw's Guide. Stopping at Dundee, Michael heads for Glamis Castle, where Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the Queen Mother, grew up. Michael hears about her happy childhood and how she later found sanctuary there, when King Edward VIII abdicated and she and Prince Albert unexpectedly became king and queen of the United Kingdom

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