Caroline Quentin's new series will 'delve deeper'
A second series of a television documentary on Cornwall is set to be screened on ITV.
Comic actress Caroline Quentin, who has holidayed in Cornwall since childhood and lives near Tiverton in Devon, will again take viewers on a journey of discovery across the length and breadth of the county.
The actress, who became famous for television appearances in Men Behaving Badly and Jonathan Creek, will present a ten-part series exploring life in the county's tight-knit communities.
Series one of Cornwall with Caroline Quentin enjoyed a peak audience of 4.6 million viewers when it aired on ITV earlier this year.
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Each episode included stories about life in some of the county's most scenic towns and villages and features interviews with fishermen, shopkeepers, landlords and lifeboat heroes to local estate agents, chefs and food producers.
But it also drew criticism in some quarters for focusing too heavily on "lifestyle Cornwall".
In the second series, Ms Quentin will delve further into the Westcountry heartland, exploring tales of community spirit and personal endeavour, past and present.
She said: "Last summer I scratched the surface of the riches that Cornwall has to offer, so this summer, it's fantastic to get the opportunity to delve deeper into the county's treasure troves. I'm looking forward to meeting more of the characters and hearing more of the stories that make Cornwall so unique." A spokesman for Plymouth-based programme-maker Twofour said: "We're thrilled to be working with Caroline again.
"She offers us a uniquely personal view of the people and places that make Cornwall so special."
No dates have been confirmed of when the programme will be aired.