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Alan Titchmarsh

Alan Titchmarsh



United Kingdom

Age: 71

Known for

TV Series Starring Alan Titchmarsh

Grow Your Own at Home with Alan TitchmarshGrow Your Own at Home with Alan Titchmarsh
ITV,

2020

| Documentary

In a brand new series for ITV, Grow Your Own at Home with Alan Titchmarsh sees the much-loved gardener share insider tips and tricks on growing your own fruit and vegetables at home. Filmed by his wife Alison while in lockdown, this series sees Alan show viewers how to enjoy the benefits of producing their own food no matter what size garden they have; be it outside space, a balcony or room for a single pot.


Love Your Weekend with Alan TitchmarshLove Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh
ITV,

2020

| Talk Shows

The nation's favourite gardener Alan Titchmarsh is to front a brand new Sunday morning show for ITV, Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh. Set in the heart of Hampshire, the legendary horticulturist, presenter and author will celebrate all that is great about the British countryside, art, crafts, manufacturing and produce.


Secrets of the National TrustSecrets of the National Trust
Channel 5,

2017

| Documentary
Rating: 4/5

The National Trust is opening its doors to Channel 5 for the first time. Secrets of the National Trust explores stunning estates, historic houses and miles of breath-taking landscapes and coastlines. The six-part series highlights the conservation work of the National Trust and showcase their spectacular buildings and gardens from across the UK. Viewers will gain a rare perspective of some of Britain's most valuable heritage sites and discover hidden treasures that are often unseen by the public.


Love Your Home and GardenLove Your Home and Garden
ITV,

2017

| Housing/Building, Reality
Rating: 5/5

Alan Titchmarsh takes the garden makeover show to the next level in this spin-off series, as he and his team transform not just the outside but the interiors of a deserving person's home.


Masterpiece with Alan TitchmarshMasterpiece with Alan Titchmarsh
ITV,

2016

| Game Show

On Masterpiece, Alan Titchmarsh will guide teams of two around a stately home where they must try to find out which is the masterpiece out of all the collectibles. Titchmarsh will guide the teams around a stately home, which will change with each episode. He will be joined by auctioneer Rachel Houston-Holland, who will give hints and tips to the viewers about what things are worth, but not the players, as the show goes on.


Britain's Best Back GardensBritain's Best Back Gardens
ITV,

2015

| Documentary

Alan Titchmarsh has been on a year long search for the best back gardens in Britain. In this brand new series he travels across Britain taking us over the hedges and through the gates of his 30 favourites.


Love Your GardenLove Your Garden
ITV,

2011

| Garden/Landscape, Reality
Rating: 5/5

Love Your Garden - with Alan Titchmarsh follows the writer, broadcaster and TV personality as he travels the country with a team of esteemed experts to find some of Britain's most beautiful domestic gardens and show viewers how to recreate the look themselves - with minimum fuss.


Ground ForceGround Force
BBC One,

1997

| Reality
Rating: 4/5

Ground Force is a British garden makeover television series originally broadcast by the BBC between 1997 and 2005. The series was originally hosted by Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh and was produced by Endemol for the BBC.