Pam Ayres' Open Road

Episodes

SeriesEpisodeTitleFirst
Broadcast
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0101The Vale Of The White Horse2000102920190629 (BBC7)
20190630 (BBC7)

Tales of tanks on the streets and peril in the playground, as Pam revisits her birthplace - the Oxfordshire village of Stanford-in-the-Vale.

Series in which poet and raconteuse, Pam Ayres takes to the open road, visiting eight places in Britain to hear tales from the people who live there.

Producer: Simon Elmes

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 2000.

Tales of tanks on streets and playground peril as the poet's road trip kicks off.

The poet and broadcaster embarks on a UK road trip, taking in the lives of the locals

Tales of tanks on the streets and peril in the playground, as Pam revisits her birthplace - the Oxfordshire village of Stanford-in-the-Vale.

Series in which poet and raconteuse, Pam Ayres takes to the open road, visiting eight places in Britain to hear tales from the people who live there.

Producer: Simon Elmes

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 2000.

Tales of tanks on streets and playground peril as the poet's road trip kicks off.

The poet and broadcaster embarks on a UK road trip, taking in the lives of the locals

Tales of tanks on the streets and peril in the playground, as Pam revisits her birthplace - the Oxfordshire village of Stanford-in-the-Vale.

Series in which poet and raconteuse, Pam Ayres takes to the open road, visiting eight places in Britain to hear tales from the people who live there.

Producer: Simon Elmes

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 2000.

Tales of tanks on streets and playground peril as the poet's road trip kicks off.

The poet and broadcaster embarks on a UK road trip, taking in the lives of the locals

0102The Lake District2000110520190706 (BBC7)
20190707 (BBC7)

Pam Ayres follows in the rugged Cumbrian footsteps of children's author, Beatrix Potter and the world's most famous Snowman, created by Raymond Briggs.

Series in which poet and raconteuse, Pam Ayres takes to the open road, visiting eight places in Britain to hear tales from the people who live there.

Producer: Simon Elmes

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 2000.

The poet follows in the rugged Cumbrian footsteps of Beatrix Potter.

The poet and broadcaster embarks on a UK road trip, taking in the lives of the locals

0103Slapton Sands2000111220190713 (BBC7)
20190714 (BBC7)

Pam Ayres visits the Devon setting for the disastrous D-Day landing rehearsals of 1944. Pam talks to two American ex-servicemen and the locals of Slapton Sands who had to vacate their farms and villages in preparation.

Series in which poet and raconteuse, Pam Ayres takes to the open road, visiting eight places in Britain to hear tales from the people who live there.

Producer: Simon Elmes

First broadcast on BBC Radio 2 in 2000.

The poet visits the Devon setting for the disastrous D-Day landing rehearsals of 1944.

The poet and broadcaster embarks on a UK road trip, taking in the lives of the locals