The Real Marigold Hotel
The Real Marigold Hotel is British Reality TV series. Produced by Two Four Television Productions. Stars: Patti Boulaye, Bobby George, Tom Hollander. It premiered on Jan 26, 2016, on BBC One. The series has 8.0 * rating by IMDb. The Real Marigold Hotel is filmed in India.
The Real Marigold Hotel Number Of Seasons: 3 (11 episodes)
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Season premieres on August 1, 2018
BBC One, 4 episodes
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Season premieres on February 15, 2017
BBC One, 4 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2016, BBC One, 3 episodes
The Real Marigold Hotel is on BBC One (United Kingdom) Wednesdays at 9 pm
S3E4 (Episode 4) - Air Date: Aug 22, 2018 (about a year ago)
The Real Marigold Hotel - by Entertainment
Selina Scott, Susan George, Stephanie Beacham, Ian and Janette Tough, Syd Little, Peter Dean, Bob Champion and Stanley Johnson embrace life in Udaipur in India. They receive a grand invitation from the Maharanah and are invited to mingle with Udaipur's high society at the City Palace, ending the week with a trip to the northern state of the Punjab to visit one of India's most spectacular and holiest cities and the magnificent Golden Temple in Amritsar.
Stanley Johnson makes Indian Maharaja gaffe on The Real Marigold Hotel - watch here - per Express
As the senior citizens joined in in some of the traditions of the Sikh faith, they discovered the sense of giving and strength of community at the heart of Sikhism and are once again moved by the magic of India.
The Real Marigold Hotel line-up: Meet the celebrities heading to India! - per Realitytitbit
A Grand National winning jockey, Bob’s achievement is all the more famous for his personal victory over cancer in the lead up to the race and winning it on a horse who had come back from serious injury. No wonder they made a film about it.
The Real Marigold Hotel's Stephanie Beacham: 'I had one of the most profound experiences of my life!' - by Whatsontv
“No, the unfairness to women is too severe. One day I saw this little seven-year-old girl with a huge bundle of sticks on her head and her little face was so grubby and then I looked in the other direction and there was this 70-year-old woman with a huge of pile of sticks on her head as well, and I thought ‘from seven to 70, the same thing’. I’m now sponsoring a little girl’s education. It’s my way of being able to cope with an unfairness in a country that has given me so much.”