Day-in-the-Life Documentary about the royal palaces. Starts with Hampton Court Palace and the need for the Tower of London to pull in more of the paying public.
There is roof and food detectives at Hampton Court, meanwhile costume experts at Kensington Palace investigate a belt fit for a king.
Day in the life documentary series looking at Britain's Royal palaces. We look at the signs that past inhabitants have left behind in the palaces.
There's an exhibition of Princess Diana's dresses, the death of Princess Alice, a grace and favour exhibition and George III's waistcoat at Kensington Palace.
At Hampton Court, wat happens when ancient fabric wears out and it needs replacing?
Day in the life documentary focusing on the Royal palaces. Charity fundraising is vital for repairs at Hampton Court Palace.
With visitor numbers down, there is talk about introducing attractions, like ice rinks - but is it inappropriate? A ghost is caught on CCTV.
There is an attempt to date the oldest part of the Tower of London, a massive salvage exercise prepares Kensington Palace for disaster and a bear arrives at Hampton Court.
Chef Heston Blumenthal consults Hampton Court food historians about dishes untried for centuries. And after a disastrous fire in Weimar, palace salvage experts are called in.
Restoration of Hampton Court's maze provides a puzzle, there's pressure on the roof and restored chimneys must be ready before a music festival begins.