Can I visit "Downton Abbey"? Where is Badger's Drift in "Midsomer Murders"? Which village is used for "Doc Martin"? Where on earth is "Doctor Who" made? Where is the real Nag's Head in "Only Fools and Horses"? Does the grand house in "Upstairs, Downstairs" actually exist? And which restaurant do Holmes and Watson frequent in "Sherlock"? This fascinating "British Television Location Guide" has the answers to these questions and hundreds more. Compiled by Steve Clark, author of bestselling "The Only Fools and Horses Story", and television expert Shoba Vazirani, it reveals the actual settings of Britain's favourite television shows. "The British Television Guide" is packed with behind-the-scenes secrets about all the top series and includes a comprehensive tour of the locations for the ever-popular "Midsomer Murders", tells the real story of the spectacular setting of Downton Abbey and reveals how you can visit the places you have seen so many times on screen.