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Grundy's Northern Pride

Grundy's Northern Pride
Developed by Working Wonders TV Ltd [1]
Presented by John Grundy
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 11
Producer(s) Steve Robins
Location(s) North West England,
North East England,
North Yorkshire
Running time 25 mins approx.
Original channel ITV (Granada & Tyne Tees regions only)
Picture format 16:9
Original release 9 January 2007 –
10 January 2008
Preceded by Grundy's Wonders

Grundy's Northern Pride is an ITV Tyne Tees/Granada series about architecture, presented by John Grundy. A follow-up to Grundy's Wonders, the series covers a wider area than that series (including north-west England as well as the north-east).

Beginning in early 2007, Northern Pride was broadcast on Tuesdays at 7.30pm (the ITV regional timeslot. The "Great Boot of History" (awarded to architecture he disliked) and the "Grundy's Wonder" award (for his favourites) do not feature in Northern Pride.


  • Episodes 1
    • Series 1 1.1
    • Series 2 1.2
  • External links 2


Series 1

Series 2

  • Episode 1: Village Halls (3 January 2008)
  • Episode 2: Railways (10 January 2008)
    Featuring Puffing Billy at Beamish Museum's Pockerley Waggonway.

External links

  • The Northern Echo: "Westward Ho" (about the new series), 2007

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