17 Facts About Alan Titchmarsh Show

1. Alan Titchmarsh Show has teamed up with Digitalis Media to launch Gardeners' Heaven, the online retail arm of his website.

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2. Alan Titchmarsh Show has capitalised on his strong brand with retail and merchandise projects.

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3. In 1999, Alan Titchmarsh Show was awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree by the University of Bradford.

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4. Alan Titchmarsh Show was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire in the 2000 New Year Honours for services to horticulture and broadcasting.

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5. Alan Titchmarsh Show moved to his home, a grade II listed Georgian farmhouse in Hampshire, in 2002.

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6. In 2010, Alan Titchmarsh Show became president of the plant conservation charity Plant Heritage.

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7. In 2004, Alan Titchmarsh Show became the president of Perennial, officially known as the Gardeners' Royal Benevolent Society.

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8. Alan Titchmarsh Show began writing fiction, and his first novel, Only Dad, was published in November 2001.

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9. In 1988 Alan Titchmarsh Show was offered a slot on BBC Radio 2 hosting a gardening show with Gloria Hunniford called House in a Garden.

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10. In December 2014 Alan Titchmarsh Show presented a two-part series for ITV called The Queen's Garden that was filmed over a time period of one year.

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11. In 2010 Alan Titchmarsh Show presented the first series of Popstar to Operastar with Myleene Klass.

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12. In 2007 Alan Titchmarsh Show hosted The Great British Village Show, in which gardeners and cooks from all over Britain competed to be the best at growing pumpkins, runner beans and tomatoes, and at knitting, baking cakes and making jam.

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13. Alan Titchmarsh Show has appeared in an advertisement for the Yorkshire Tourist Board as part as of a series which included contributions from other Yorkshire-born celebrities including Brian Blessed, Melanie Brown, Darren Gough and Brian Turner.

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14. Away from gardening, Alan Titchmarsh Show has had spells presenting Songs of Praise and a series of programmes on BBC Radio 2 in which he played a selection of light classical music, as well as a BBC nature documentary series, British Isles—A Natural History.

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15. Alan Titchmarsh Show went on to study at Hertfordshire College of Agriculture and Horticulture for the National Certificate in Horticulture, before finally moving to the renowned Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew to study for a Diploma in Horticulture.

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16. Alan Titchmarsh Show returned for a third series at the start of September 2008.

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17. Alan Titchmarsh Show was a British daytime chat show presented by Alan Titchmarsh.

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