God's Own County

Episodes

EpisodeTitleRepeatedComments
Genome: [r4 Bd=19951115]

A humorous three-part investigation into the Yorkshire psyche in which a selection of the country's favourite sons reveal whether misery, true grit and xenophobia really are the essence of all Yorkshireness.

Producers Caroline Leddy and Richard Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19951115]

Producers: Caroline Leddy

Producers: Richard Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19951122]

In the second of three humorous investigations into the Yorkshire psyche, some of the county's prime movers and shakers reveal their opinions of southerners, foreigners and exiles. Presented by Mark Hurst. Producers Caroline Leddy and Richard Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19951122]

Presented By: Mark Hurst.

Producers: Caroline Leddy

Producers: Richard Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19951129]

The last of the series attempts to explain the nature of Yorkshire folk. Presented by Mark Hurst.

Producers Caroline Leddy and Richard Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19951129]
0119980205

The first of three programmes investigating the Yorkshire psyche.

Some of the county's favourite sons reveal whether misery, true grit and xenophobia really are the essence of all Yorkshireness.

Presented by Mark Hurst.

0119980205

The first of three programmes investigating the Yorkshire psyche.

Some of the county's favourite sons reveal whether misery, true grit and xenophobia really are the essence of all Yorkshireness.

Presented by Mark Hurst.

0219980212

In the second of three programmes investigating the Yorkshire psyche, some of the county's prime movers and shakers reveal their opinions on southerners, foreigners and exiles.

0219980212

In the second of three programmes investigating the Yorkshire psyche, some of the county's prime movers and shakers reveal their opinions on southerners, foreigners and exiles.

03 LAST19980219

The final programme of the series which attempts to explain the nature of Yorkshire folk and why they are such a `rum lot'.

Presented by Mark Hurst.

03 LAST19980219

The final programme of the series which attempts to explain the nature of Yorkshire folk and why they are such a `rum lot'.

Presented by Mark Hurst.