Benjie Goodhart

Benjie Goodhart divides his time between working as a freelance journalist and in the TV industry. He has written regularly for The Guardian, GQ and Saga Magazine, and worked for Channel 4 in programme publicity. He lives in Brighton with his wife, two children, and three tellies. He loves the tellies most of all.


Latest Articles from Benjie

Paul Merton in Secret Stations, Channel 4
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TV blog: Paul Merton's Secret Stations

Paul Merton tours the UK's hidden railway stations.

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TV blog: Barging Round Britain with John Sergeant

John Sergeant pootles along Britain's canals in his own inimitable style.

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Channel 4's Homes by the Med © Bleak House Media/Channel 4
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TV blog: Homes by the Med

A must-watch programme for those who would like to live in the sunshine.

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TV blog: Wild Australia with Ray Mears

This week’s TV highlights include Ray Mears’ visit to the Great Barrier Reef.

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Rick Stein observes the vendange wine harvest in Bordeaux © BBC/Denham Productions/Arezoo Farahzad
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TV blog: Rick Stein’s Long Weekends

Join chef and gastronomic tourist Rick Stein on long weekends across Europe.

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TV blog: Caravanner of the Year

The Caravan Club’s inaugural ‘Caravanner of the Year’ competition is underway.

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TV blog: Tom Jones’ 1950s

Sir Tom Jones looks back at the 1950s. Plus, other TV highlights this week.

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Glasgow, Scotland © Warunyou Terapinyo / Shutterstock.com
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TV blog: Grand Tours of Scotland

Paul Murton follows a picturesque route in the tracks of a Victorian writer.

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 Five Star Babies: Inside the Portland Hospital - Picture Shows: (L to R) Head Chef Sam, Porter Alessandro, Midwife Annabel, New mother Hui with baby Lucas, CEO Janene, Consultants Joseph and Penny  - (C) Plum Pictures - Photographer: Hal Shinnie
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TV blog: Five Star Babies

The UK’s most famous private maternity hospital opens its doors to TV cameras.

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