Grundy's Wonders

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Grundy's Wonders
Grundy's Wonders title screen.JPG
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Developed by Working Wonder Productions (series 6)
Starring John Grundy
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 30?
Producer(s) Steve Robins
Location(s) North East England, Cumberland, North Yorkshire, East Riding of Yorkshire
Running time 25 mins approx.
Original network Tyne Tees Television, ITV
Original release 2000 – 2005
Preceded by Grundy Goes...
Followed by Grundy's Northern Pride
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Grundy's Wonders is a Tyne Tees Television architecture programme presented by John Grundy, which began in 2000.

On the programme, Grundy explores buildings in north-east England, as well as Cumbria and Yorkshire. Each programme has a particular theme or type of building, and Grundy names his favourite piece of architecture (on the week's theme) his "Grundy's Wonder", and gives a "Big Boot" to things he dislikes.

Grundy presents the programme in an enthusiastic way, while covering many aspects of the northern English region's history; this is also one of few architecture series on television.

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Series 5[edit]

Series 6[edit]

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