Scottish comedian Susan Kalman visited Leicestershire in the new series of her show on Channel 5.
Grand Days Out Suzanne Kalman made her television debut in early 2021, visiting many cities, towns and regions in the UK to browse through the many attractions and wonders.
A great week at the seaside followed, during which she visited some of the most famous seaside resorts in Britain.
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Season two has already kicked off with a visit to the Norfolk Broads last week and heading to Cornwall this week – showing that the British have many good reasons to stay, not vacation.
But later in the season, Susan travels to Leicestershire and Warwickshire, where she enjoys the best views and wonders of our region.
In Leicestershire, she made a “delicious” visit to Melton Mowbray, possibly tasting the famous Stilton and pork cheeses.
Then she went to the National Space Center in Leicester to learn about the universe as we know it.
Elsewhere in the Archery episode at Warwick Castle, a brisk stroll down the River Avon, and a tour of the garden of Anne Hathaway’s Country House in Stratford-upon-Avon.
The episode will air on Friday, October 29 at 8 p.m.
IWC Productions said in a statement: “Susan Kalman is back to watch more Grand Days Out. Inspired by a childhood family vacation, it launched the Old Caravan – named after one of its characters, Helen Mirren – and sets off a brand new series.
“We want to experience as much fun and beauty in the UK as you can squeeze in on a fun tour of these beaches.
“From the Norfolk Broads to the Cornish Coast and Irish Lakes to the mountains of Wales, the ambition is great – but the pace is great – Helen doesn’t like going over 40mph …”
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