IN THE fifth episode of For the Love of Britain viewers will be transported to Dorset with some famous faces including Martin Kemp and Ben Fogle. 

The celebrity travelogue focuses on Dorset tonight and follows some of the biggest names in television as they explore our marvellous county. 

One of Sheila Hancock’s happiest memories, she says, is as a nine-year-old, floating naked with her best friend at Dancing Ledge. She returns – fully clothed – to share this treasured spot with viewers this evening. 

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Sheila Hancock at Dancing Ledge - Image ITV

Dorset also has a special place in both Martin Kemp and Ben Fogle’s hearts. Fogle grew up in Poole while Kemp’s parents lived there for many years so the Spandau Ballet singer spent many happy summers in Sandbanks.

In tonight's show Kemp visits Mudeford, famous for crab fishing and smugglers while Ben Fogle gets a birds-eye view of the Jurassic coast. 

Liz Bonnin also stars in the show and checks in at Portland Bill, home to millions of migrating birds.

The show airs on ITV1 tonight at 7.30pm and features some of the biggest names in television and is introduced and narrated by the iconic Julie Walters.

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Ben Forgle in Dorset - image ITV

How many episodes are there? 

So far there have been four episodes of For the Love of Britain - tonight is the fifth.

The first episode aired in December and featured Julia Bradbury who explored the craggy South West Coastal Path. 

Episode two featured Britain's most popular national park, the Lake District.

While episode three explores the magic and mystery of  the Islands and highlands of Scotland.

Julia Bradbury hikes the West Highland Way, while Robson Green attempts to dive for scallops off the Isle of Skye.

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Liz Bonnin at Portland Bill - Image ITV

At Edinburgh castle local boy Rory Bremner finds an unusual way to set his watch. While in the waters around the Isle of Mull Liz Bonin gets up close with some rare sea creatures.

The latest episode, four, was all about Yorkshire - taking viewers through the Moors, over to Whitby and the Dales. 

There are 10 episodes in total, make sure you tune in tonight at 7.30pm on ITV1 to watch the Dorset special.