This film celebrates the glory of England's forgotten royal churches and their links to the most opulent country residences.
The church has always been at the heart of the English monarchy. From operating as a place of contemplation and refuge to symbolising national celebration, art historian Victoria Jenner navigates royal connections with some beautiful churches that are no longer used for regular worship and reside with the Churches Conservation Trust.
Victoria explores the interiors and decoration of some of the greatest churches in England for the first time. These exquisite buildings are finally seen in unprecedented detail with intimate views of fabric, carving and furnishings.