IN THE ninth episode of For the Love of Britain viewers are transported to Sussex and Kent with some famous faces including Julie Walters and Zoe Ball.

The celebrity travelogue focuses on Sussex and Kent in episode nine and follows some of the biggest names in television as they explore our marvellous county. 

Guided by Sussex locals Zoe Ball and Robert Bathurst, the show explored two gorgeous natural areas of the county - Rye Harbour and Ashdown Forest.

The show is narrated by Sussex local Dame Julie Walters who described the counties as have  "some of the country's most enticing countryside," with "endless beaches, rolling hills, and timeless villages."

The show also pointed out that Kent and Sussex is of the sunniest parts of the UK with more than 1,600 sunshine hours per year, and also one of the most visited areas in Britain.

The show began with a bracing walk from the medieval fort town of Rye, along to the beach at Camber Sands.The Argus:

For the Love of Britain - Episode nine - ITV

Viewers were led by Cold Feet actor Robert Bathurst, who has lived in the area for 20 years.

How many episodes are there? 

There are 10 episodes in total of this travelogue series, all narrated by Dame Julie Walters but featuring a range of different celebrities. 

All episodes are available on the ITV hub with episode 10, in the Peak District, airing tonight. 

Episode one 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.

Other episodes focus on Doset, Wales and Norfolk with a range of celebrities hosting each special place.