A new TV comedy could prompt some people to put on their walking boots
and winter jackets
before stepping out into the landscapes of the north of England.
The Trip stars Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan as two restaurant reviewers who tour various eateries around the countryside.
Starting tonight (November 1st) in Lancashire's Trough of Bowland, the series also features parts of south Cumbria, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
Speaking to the Yorkshire Post after shooting scenes in areas like Malham Cove and Ribblesdale, producer Melissa Parmenter remarked: "It was a pleasure filming across Yorkshire's stunning and diverse countryside locations."
Each show in the series will be repeated the following Sunday.
It is not the first BBC comedy released this year to feature the countryside and its appeal.
The Great Outdoors focused on the adventures of a walking group in the Chilterns, with one episode focusing on the real-life issue of landowners illegally blocking public rights of way.
Posted by Brandon Egley