Ellie Harrison goes on a journey through Bedfordshire. She starts her journey in the small market town of Sandy, home of the county's answer to the Cornish pasty: the Bedfordshire Clanger.
Next, Ellie travels to Old Warden and the Shuttleworth Estate to discover the story behind its collection of vintage cars and aircraft. In Bedford, Ellie tells the story of the county's most famous son, John Bunyan, author of The Pilgrim's Progress.
Ellie's journey ends on the Woburn Estate, home to the famous Abbey and Safari Park, eccentric gardens, and the invention of afternoon tea.