Christopher Timothy and Peter Davison, stars of the classic series "All Creatures Great and Small," go back to the 1930s to relive the golden age of motoring; they set out on a series of journeys along Britain's most beautiful vintage roads.
Chris and Peter relive the golden age of motoring as they drive along the Fosse Way, through the historical heartland of the car industry to the center of Roman Britain; they also tackle a 1930s driving test and drive a car very special to Peter.
Christopher and Peter explore the Borders countryside and meet motors porting heroes;starting in Edinburgh, they travel the landscape that inspired Sir Walter Scott, before crossing into Northumberland and finishing at Hadrian's Wall.
Christopher Timothy and Peter Davison set off on a classic British seaside adventure from the New Forest to the Jurassic Coast and Burgh Island.
Traveling their own Herriot trail from Scarborough to the Yorkshire Dales, Christopher and Peter uncover the county's rich and often surprising motoring history.