Other presenters this series include Miriam O'Reilly and Peter Purves - who gets locked in a priest hole
at Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk.
We sampled three different rooms over three nights, our favourite being Hobcarton, with its huge ornate fireplace which housed a priest hole
where clergy hid during the Reformation.
The Rows Revealed will unearth archaeological gems within the double-decker shopping galleries, such as a priest hole
in Sofa Warehouse and a Roman hypocaust beneath Spudulike.
A priest hid in the priest hole
during the tense opening sequence of Gunpowder.
The Old Windmill is well known in the Midlands for its original features, which even includes a priest hole
above the fireplace.
Accessed by two staircases, one of the bedrooms has a priest hole
There is also a priest hole
on this level - a further clue to the house's long history.
THE STORY: As children of a widower in late-Victorian London, James Norbury and his older sister, Charlotte, have the run of their crumbling estate; they teach themselves to read and write, and they play in the narrow priest hole
, or hidden cabinet, behind the library bookcase.
Find answer far right Stepping inside, the huge dining hall dominates the ground floor, with inglenook fireplace housing multi-fuel stove and door leading to kitchen with breakfast area, range of fitted units, aga and staircase leading to cloakroom, which is believed to be a former priest hole
As once Bond emerged from the priest hole
a man, so symbolically does he return and become an entirely new man.
At a critical moment, Bond escapes his foes through a priest hole
in his family's ancestral seat on the Scottish moors.
It used to have a priest hole
underneath the property and still offers a host of original character features with exposed beamed ceilings, feature fireplaces and millstone flooring to many of the ground floor rooms.