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|Genre/Form:||Documentary television programs
Nonfiction television programs
Travelogues (Television programs)
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Bruce Rawlings; Pauline Evans; Linda Mansell; Marcus Stephenson; Lorna Stevens; Rose Clay; Alan Titchmarsh; National Trust (Great Britain); Total Content (Firm)
|Notes:||Title from container.
Program content: c2006 [discs 1-4], c1998 [discs 5-6].
"An intimate portrait of Britain's most beautiful gardens"--Container.
|Credits:||Horticultural consultant, Rose Clay [discs 1-4].|
|Performer(s):||Narrated by Lorna Stevens [discs 1-4] ; presented by Alan Titchmarsh [disc 5-6].|
|Description:||6 videodiscs (approximately 7 hr.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Details:||DVD; NTSC, full screen presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.; digitally remastered.|
|Contents:||disc 1. "It's not a cafe it's a garden": Ken Caro (Cornwall), The White House (Nottinghamshire), Church Hill Cottage (Kent), Preen Manor (Shropshire), Birtsmorton Court (Worcestershire), Trevi Gardens (Gloucestershire), The Croft (Yorkshire), Arbour Cottage (Staffordshire), The Mill (Somerset), Vale End (Surrey) --
disc 2. "I describe it as a botanical madhouse": Trewithen (Cornwall), 39 Warwick Crescent (Kent), Doddington Place (Kent), South End House (Hampshire), Wollerton Old Hall (Shropshire), The Bell House (Gloucestershire), Bosvigo House (Cornwall), Home Covert (Wiltshire), Greencombe (Somerset), Chilworth Manor (Surrey) --
disc 3. "You can incorporate memories of places and people") : Algars Manor (Avon), Chyverton (Cornwall), Luton House (Kent), Oak Tree House (Norfolk), Cedar Lodge (Worcestershire), Iford Manor (Wiltshire), Bedburn Hall (County Durham), Penpergwm Lodge (Gwent), 21 Chapel Street (Lincolnshire), Wyken Hall (Suffolk) --
disc 4. "The joy of gardening is that you get out of it what you put in" : Crowe Hall (Avon), 17 Bridle Road (Nottinghamshire), Mwyndy House (Glamorgan), Chesters Walled Garden (Northumberland), Litton Cheney (Dorset), Fellside (Cumbria), Lake House (Norfolk), Edge Hill (Gwent), Coverwood Lakes (Surrey), Lower House Farm (Gwent) --
[disc 5]. Gardens of the National Trust (vols. 1-2) --
[disc 6]. Gardens of the National Trust (vol. 3) ; Treasures of the Trust.
|Other Titles:||Great gardens of England :
|Responsibility:||[produced and directed by Bruce Rawlings, Pauline Evans [discs 1-4] ; producers, Linda Mansell [discs 5-6], Marcus Stephenson [disc 6].|