Rory is in the Lakes where he learns some important survival skills, and samples the aphrodisiac qualities of Grasmere gingerbread before taking a barefoot walk with a foxy shepherdess.
Rory is in in South Wales where at Cardiff Castle he finds the interior decor amazing. He takes a walk through Welsh history at an open-air museum, and on the Gower Peninsula he learns some new skills as he has a go at surfing, archery and ice-cream making.
Rory is in York, where he takes a ride on a bus with two fast talking sisters. He later serves up a storm at a famous tearoom and drops in for a pint at a haunted pub.
Rory is at Cheddar Gorge where he visits a local cider maker. After visiting the town of Wells he becomes a town crier and later goes on safari at Longleat where he has a lunch date with a gorilla.
Rory is in Oxford where he gets a very early start on the river with two Olympic gold medalists. He later takes a look around Blenheim Palace.
Rory is in the Peak District National Park where he goes on a Sidecar Safari along some beautiful country roads. He also visits an underground cavern and tries his hand at spinning at the Arkwright Mill.
Rory is in Blackpool where he goes to the top of the Tower to take a look at the view of this seaside resort. At the Tower Ballroom he gets a surprise visit from a former dancing partner.
Rory is on the Cornish Coast where he splices the mainbrace on an early morning Sea Safari. He pays a visit to Rick Stein for a seafood feast and later messes around with boats at the National Maritime Museum.
Rory is in the city of Bath as he takes a trip back in time taking in the waters at the Roman Spa. He samples some Bath buns before setting out to trip the light fantastic with the Jane Austen Dancers.
Rory is in North Wales where he takes the tram to the top of Great Orme in Llandudno. He later finds himself behind bars at Beaumaris Courthouse but escapes in time for a tour around Penrhyn Castle.
Rory is on the South coast in Brighton where in the company of some bathers he takes a quick swim around a long pier. He also takes a stroll down the picturesque Lanes where he gets a Mod makeover.
Rory is in Edinburgh where he gets the view of a lifetime from the top of the Forth Bridge. He tries on a kilt and takes a tour of the darker side of the city with best selling author Ian Rankin and also visits the famous castle.
Rory is on Bodmin Moor where he helps out on a farm ends up in Bodmin Court House and Jail. He also takes a look at life upstairs and downstairs in the beautiful Llanhydrock House.
Rory is in Cotswolds where hetakes a trip on a picturesque local railway. He climbs Broadway Tower where he gets an amazing panoramic view of 15 counties.
Rory is on coast of Northumberland where he visits the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed and takes a look at the three famous bridges.
Rory is in Liverpool where he visits the Cathedral and tries his hand at bell ringing. He takes a tour of the picturesque town of Port Sunlight and takes a trip on that world famous Ferry in search of the iconic view of Liverpool.
Rory is in Warwickshire where he gets a bird’s eye view of the countryside after he tries his hand at falconry. He also visits Stratford-upon-Avon and gets all classical on stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company. He also pays a visit to Warwick Castle.
Rory is in North Yorkshire where he takes a trip on a vintage steam bus in Whitby and later gets the chills on a vampire trail. He also pays a visit to Scarborough where a group of swimmers attempt to convince him to take a bracing dip in the North Sea.
Rory is in the Scottish Borders where he has a go at fly-fishing but is unable to even catch a cold.
Rory is in London where he gets the chance to go to the top of the Shard. He also takes the Dickens of a tour of Victorian London and goes behind the scenes at the most famous clock in the world.