The National Trust is opening its doors to Channel 5 for the first time.
Secrets of the National Trust explores stunning estates, historic houses and miles of breath-taking landscapes and coastlines. The six-part series highlights the conservation work of the National Trust and showcase their spectacular buildings and gardens from across the UK.
Viewers will gain a rare perspective of some of Britain's most valuable heritage sites and discover hidden treasures that are often unseen by the public.
Episode 4x3; Aug 06, 2019
Alan explores the lives of Plas Newydd's former residents - from the brave 1st Marquess of Anglesey who fought in the Battle of Waterloo to his wild descendant who nearly bankrupted the family. Later Alan learns of the unrequited love between the great British artist Whistler and the daughter of the 6th Marquess.
4x4: Kingston Lacey
4x3: Plas Newydd
4x1: Petworth House
3x4: Dunham Massey
3x3: Mount Stewart
3x2: Shugborough Hall
2x6: Castle Ward
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