The Cars That Made Britain Great season 1
The Cars That Made Britain Great season 1 episodes list:
Rufus Hound narrates as celebrity petrol heads share their memories of classic British motors. Vicki Butler-Henderson makes the case for the beautiful Austin Healey 3000. Shane Lynch tries to make a Rolls Royce drift and James Bond takes a Lotus Esprit scuba diving.
Rufus Hound narrates as celebrity petrol heads share their memories of classic British motors. A raft of celebrity faces take a drive down Memory Lane, sharing stories of being on the open road for the first time, featuring tales of freedom, love, hate, teenage rebellion and driving tests.
Rufus Hound narrates as celebrity petrol heads share their memories of classic British motors. Jodie Kidd, Phil Tuffnell and Jonny Smith seek out the sexiest, sleekest, most irresistible car of all time, with the Jaguar E-type, the Lotus Europa, and the Ford Capri in the running.
Rufus Hound narrates as celebrity petrol heads share their memories of classic British motors. Guests offer up their choices for Favourite Car - the Cortina, Cavalier, Transit, Anglia, Chevette, Beetle and Morris Minor all get their shot.
Rufus Hound continues his guide through Britain's 'proud' motoring history, with some celebrity-selected models that have rightly been consigned to history including the Robin Reliant and the Austin Allegro.
Host Rufus Hound and his guests go in search of the top car for rural living. Naturalist Nick Baker test drives the first Land Rover ever made to get a better idea of its legendary status. The vehicle became an icon of British motoring, despite having its roots in America. Plus, Tim Shaw suggests the Triumph Spitfire as ideal for summery country lanes and John Burton extols the virtues of the roomy Jaguar Mk 2. Rufus also considers the Ford Granada. With loads of room and plenty of power, it has everything a person would need in a country motor - and all with a bit of '70s style.
Celebrity-selected models that were consigned to history.
Rufus Hound hunts for the most convincing car of the future.