It’s the great escape on today’s Must List, because as much as we love a good drug trafficking drama, or gruelling police doc, we also know that sometimes, we just need to switch the telly on, and switch our brains off.
It’s time to get away from it all with today’s Must List
This show is equally peaceful and alarming – peaceful in that it provides you with an hour of escapist telly, and alarming in that it will have you wanting to pack up your house and the dog, and book a one-way ticket to France....
Whilst he might be dressed for a weekend walk around the Yorkshire Dales, Ben Fogle is on serious business here, journalistic business.
Spend your evening in the comforting company of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, dreaming of your own pig-breeding, pea-growing and pigeon pie-making.
There’s nothing better than a bit of escapist telly, and this hotel hopping show is that in its purest form. So, pack your bags – we’re off on our holibobs!
In multiple series of different shows such as No Reservations and Parts Unknown, Bourdain trotted the globe in a way that now seems to us both mysterious and dangerous.
This is like Grand Designs for people with smaller budgets and even smaller spaces, where Kevin McCloud’s wry sarcasm is replaced with the human equivalent of a Golden Retriever.
We watch on as Fred meets up with famous TV chefs like Nadiya Hussain, Michel Roux Jr and Angela Hartnett, taking a trip with them to check out their favourite restaurants in the world, exploring what makes them so wonderful and having a nosey in the kitchen.
This ITV adaptation of the naturalist Gerald Durrell’s family memoir My Family and Other Animals is a cosy, nature filled treat.