Profile of painter Brian Clarke, one of the world's greatest stained glass artists.
Alan visits Hatfield House to examine the famous parterres and the use of perspective.
Jonathan explores the Glasgow School of Art, built by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to St Paul's Cathedral in London.
Jonathan's journey takes him to New College in Oxford.
The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to Layer Marney Tower in Essex.
The next step of Jonathan's journey takes him to Caernarfon Castle.
Waldemar Januszczak focuses on the route of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.
Mark Horton learns how William the Conqueror taught the English how to construct castles.
Following the reconstruction of Claude Grahame-White's watchtower.
Following the restoration of Calverton Manor, a historical building with its own legend.
Following the restoration of St Thomas a Becket church.
Featuring Clandeboye House, filled with unique artefacts collected in the Victorian era.
Dan Cruickshank explores Easton Neston in Northamptonshire, completed in 1702.
Investigating the high-tech architecture of the Lloyd's Building in the City of London.
The architecture of Manchester's Imperial War Museum North, designed by Daniel Libeskind.
Jonathan Foyle explores Coventry Cathedral, built in 1955 after the original was bombed.
Jonathan explores the Liver Building in Liverpool, built from 1908.
A look at the construction of both St Pancras train terminal and the Midland Hotel.
The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire.
The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to Burghley House in Lincolnshire.
The next step of Jonathan's journey takes him to Lincoln Cathedral, built in 1183.
David Heathcote visits Casa Del Rio, an Art Deco fantasy house in rural Devon.
David Heathcote uncovers the controversial story of the London Transport HQ.
How 1920s and 30s architecture and design created and reflected the spirit of the age.
At Claridge's Hotel in Mayfair, David Heathcote enjoys the glamour of the Deco fumoir.