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August 4, 2019

Secrets Of The National Trust s04.

Petworth House
Alan returns to visit a house in West Sussex known as `the house of art". Set in beautiful Capability Brown-designed grounds, Petworth House was home to the third Earl of Egremont, whose passion for British art saw the abode become an art school for the nation's talents. Plus, Jennie Bond discovers a Grand Tour with a difference, and Peter Purves navigates the Chichester Canal to reveal it wasn't just the art world which benefitted from the Earl's investment.

Alan explores Chartwell, the Kent country house that was once Winston Churchill's family home. He is allowed exclusive access to the wartime prime minister's documents - and helps to restore his bricklaying handiwork. Miriam O'Reilly visits Coleshill Estate near Swindon, where a secret auxiliary army was trained to defend Britain in the event of an invasion.

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