Famous faces from TV and radio go on journeys of discovery to historic locations across the country in a series of short films - called Uncover More - being launched by Historic England to spark curiosity in the nation’s heritage.
Strictly Come Dancing’s Oti Mabuse and her partner Marius Iepure are transported back in time as they dance at two of England’s oldest ballrooms at Hampton Court Palace, London, and Powderham Castle, Devon.
BBC Radio 2’s Good Morning Sunday presenter Reverend Kate Bottley visits the ‘Narnia of bells’ at the Loughborough Bellfoundry, where local business John Taylor & Co has been making bells since 1859.
Channel 4's My Family & The Galapagos presenter Monty Halls, his wife, two young daughters and dog Luna ‘step back in time’ at The Lost Gardens of Heligan, in Cornwall.
The videos feature some of the fascinating people and places that have been helped by grants from the Culture Recovery Fund during the pandemic. They have been created to motivate people to find out more about heritage for themselves
Produced by Wild Rice Films, Film Production Company.