Craig & Bruno's Great British Road Trip

Craig & Bruno's Great British Road Trip catch up

Season 1

NewSeason 1, Episode 6 - Scottish Lowlands & Highlands

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Craig and Bruno take on a spectacular scenic Scottish road trip as they follow the A82 from the Lowlands, up through the wild rugged mountains and valleys of the Highlands, to Ben Nevis.

NewSeason 1, Episode 5 - Lake District

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Craig and Bruno experience the very best of the Lake District as they take the scenic westward circuit from Kendal to Keswick. Passing through an everchanging landscape, they pass glacial lakes and breath-taking mountain ranges as they tackle some of UK's most challenging roads.

Season 1, Episode 4 - Cheddar Gorge & The Cotswolds

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Craig and Bruno carve their way through Cheddar Gorge to get to The Cotswolds, winding their way through gloriously pretty villages, bursting with history, and, fittingly for the boys, ending in village a called Broadway. Starting in Cheddar, the pair drive one of the most scenic roads in Europe that twists its way through...

Season 1, Episode 3 - Wales

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Craig and Bruno adventure through every landscape North Wales has to offer. From the sea, they carve their way up through the country's largest National Park - Snowdonia. Dropping down to the Menai strait, they cross over to the isle of Anglesey before hugging the beautiful coastal roads to their final destination on Holy ...

Season 1, Episode 2 - Yorkshire Dales

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Craig and Bruno experience the very best of the Yorkshire Dales as they take the scenic route from Skipton to Richmond. They pass through a variety of landscapes, picturesque villages and undulating roads on one of the UK's most thrilling drives. In the popular Upper Wharfedale village of Grassington, Bruno's keen for Crai...

Season 1, Episode 1 - Cornwall

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Craig and Bruno are on a Cornish adventure on one of the most scenic stretches of coastline in the UK. Setting out from Padstow, they hug the B-roads overlooking the dramatic Atlantic cliffs and coves, before making their way around Britain's most south-westerly point to reach their final destination in Penzance.