Britain’s Greatest National Treasures – ITV

Sir Trevor McDonald and Julia Bradbury celebrate the best of British landmarks in ITV’s Britain’s Greatest National Treasures

We all know that Britain is full of amazing landmarks – from ancient monuments to striking coastlines, and incredible engineering to stunning countryside; find out which one is the most popular in ITV’s Britain’s Greatest National Treasures. 

Sir Trevor McDonald and Julia Bradbury (pictured top) count down the top 20 places, based on a new survey commissioned by ITV.

Julie Bradbury and Durdle Door in Britain's Greatest National Treasures

Julia Bradbury champions Dorset’s Durdle Door in Britain’s Greatest National Treasures

After years of delivering the news after the clock’s famous ‘bongs’, Sir Trevor gets up close to Big Ben for the first time, and Julia walks the Jurassic Coast and visits Durdle Door.

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And a host of celebrities sing the praises of other treasures and what they mean to them, including Eamonn Holmes at the Giant’s Causeway, The Chase’s Jenny Ryan at the British Museum and actor Hugh Dennis at St Paul’s Cathedral. 

TV Times rating: ****