Best-selling travel writer and president of the Campaign to Protect Rural England Bill Bryson presents a personal and passionate account of how Britain has become a rubbish tip.
When he first came to England in 1972, Bryson believed that he had found the most cared for country in the world, but his optimism has turned to horror and he castigates the nation’s apparent inability to walk or drive anywhere without leaving a trail of litter.
1 x 40 mins for BBC1 Panorama
Producer: Rebecca Dobbs
Broadcast August, 2008 on BBC1