Caroline Quentin hosts new nature series about the UK’s National Parks

Channel 4 has announced a new TV show called The UK’s National Parks with Caroline Quentin.

The four-part documentary series will showcase the most beautiful locations within the country’s National Parks, exploring how they function, what draws people to them, and how they intend to sustain and grow in the future.

The show’s host Caroline Quentin is best known for her roles in Men Behaving Badly, Blue Murder, and Jonathan Creek.

The 63-year-old English actress has also appeared in episodes of Bridgerton, Midsomer Murders, and Dickensian.

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“My connection with the National Parks goes back years, so to be able to explore so many aspects of them in this new series has been wonderful,” commented Quentin.

“Not only do I get to visit the most beautiful places across the UK, but I also get to meet the people whose lives are shaped by living and working in the parks themselves,” she added.

Episodes will include visits to the Welsh wonders of Bannau Brycheiniog (formerly Brecon Beacons), the ancient forests of the Cairngorms in Scotland, the historic settlements of the Peak District in England, and many more locations among the National Parks.

“The UK’s National Parks attract visitors from around the world,” said executive producer Sohail Shah.

“With stunning views, diverse wildlife, and their own individual histories, they truly have it all,” he teased. “I can’t think of a better guide than Caroline Quentin to showcase everything that the parks of England, Scotland and Wales have to offer.”

The UK’s National Parks with Caroline Quentin will premiere on More4 in the UK this autumn.

Channel 4’s commissioning executive Jane Handa has promised that the series “will showcase some of the most incredible landscapes on our doorsteps, and highlight some of the fantastic sights, sounds and flavours that the UK’s National Parks have to offer.”

This sounds great!

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