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Celebrity Britain by Barge: Then & Now: Episode 5 | Channel 5 ( Season 1 Episode 5 (2020, March13))

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Episode Title: Episode 5

Bill Oddie, Jennie Bond, Anne Diamond and Pete Waterman head to Northamptonshire to navigate the mighty Grand Union Canal, at one time the busiest waterway on the network and the vital transport link between Birmingham and London. Travelling from north of Milton Keynes to the old canal port of Braunston, they celebrate the `boat people", who once lived and worked on Britain's canals, keen to uncover the secrets of this lost community. Travelling through a notoriously dark and deadly tunnel at Weedon Bec, they also visit a once secret arms store.

Airdate:  2020, March13
Season 1 Episode 5

SHOW TYPE: Reality
RUNNING TIME:  75 minutes
NETWORK: Channel 5
COUNTRY: United Kingdom
PREMIERE DATE: 2020, February14
OFFICIAL SITE: https://www.channel5.com/show/britain-by-barge-then-now/

About Celebrity Britain by Barge: Then & Now

History, wildlife and breath-taking scenery as seen from Britain's canals.

AIRS:
Friday

at: 21:00 on Channel 5

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