Tuesday evening TV viewing sorted as Kerry provides backdrop for ITV series The Car Years

Co Kerry provides backdrop for ITV series The Car Years

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Images of Co Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way will be beamed into the homes of over 1 million people across Great Britain, in a new season of a popular TV series called The Car Years.

Episodes one and two were aired on ITV4 last Tuesday and they continue every Tuesday over the coming weeks.

Images of Co Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way will be beamed into the homes of over 1 million people across Great Britain, in a new season of a popular TV series called Pic – Andy Hodgson

The eight-part series was filmed entirely along the Wild Atlantic Way and was supported by Tourism Ireland. Over the eight episodes – which focus on eight classic motoring years – the show’s presenters, Vicki Butler-Henderson and Alex Riley, will each select a car that they believe is worthy of being crowned the best classic car of that particular year.

Viewers will see the classic cars being put through their paces on some of the most picturesque driving routes along the Wild Atlantic Way – including the Ring of Kerry and the Conor Pass. They will also see Vicki and Alex visit the Kilgarvan Motor Museum.

Julie Wakley, Tourism Ireland’s Head of Great Britain, said: “Tourism Ireland was delighted to support the production of the latest series of The Car Years. With over 1 million people across Britain set to watch each episode, it’s a great way to shine a spotlight on the Wild Atlantic Way – highlighting our picturesque driving routes and spectacular scenery. It will help ensure that Ireland stays front-of-mind with prospective visitors and remind viewers across Britain that the Wild Atlantic Way is a great choice for a driving holiday.”

Presenters Alex Riley and Vicki Butler-Henderson, during filming for The Car Years, at the Kilgarvan Motor Museum. Pic – Andy Hodgson

Publicity and broadcasts like this are a key element of Tourism Ireland’s programme of activity, to encourage travellers in Britain, and elsewhere around the world, to put Ireland on their holiday wish-list.


 

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