Two months down the line and Cambridge TV is pumping out local news, intriguing lifestyle shows and more throughout East Anglia. I’m so pleased to have been involved with this station from the beginning and as episode four of Road Trip goes out tonight, it’s only right that I recap what I’ve been up to.

Episode one: Kia Sorento and Wild Tracks

I’ve already written about filming this episode. It was so much fun and a great insight into the world of television but I had no idea how much more slick the show was going to get.

Episode two: Ford Kuga and Karma Farm

Dramatic shots, filters and a new take on script writing all came into this episode. I’ll be honest, the car didn’t excite me as much as some I’ve driven in the past but it certainly makes for a good companion for a camping holiday!

Episode three: Vauxhall Corsa VXR and 750 Motor Club at Snetterton

I was utterly in my element for this show. I love motorsport and I’ve worked closely with the 750mc in the past so to be able to interview the drivers on a sunny (but windy) day at Snetterton was amazing. I know this stuff inside out and I feel that comes across in this whole show. I also really like the VXR, what an astonishing car!

Episode four: Abarth 500 and the Cambridge Radio Controlled Circuit Car Club

This was a lot of fun to film. I got to try my hand at radio controlled racing and reviewed my beloved Abarth.
We’ve got some really exciting stuff planned for the future including plenty more car reviews, afternoon tea, and some gorgeous Cambridgeshire back drops. You may even see me on track…
Find out more about Cambridge TV here. You can keep up-to-date with what we’re filming and the cars I’m driving over on Twitter.