Includes beatiful pictures of Land Rovers' rich history
In his latest book, Ben Fogle celebrates a British institution - the Land Rover.
Travelling the length of the nation in his old Series 1 Land Rover, Ben spends his time with Defender enthusiast Sir Ranulph Fiennes, the Royal Marines and the Dartmoor search-and-rescue teams as he attempts to explain why Britain has fallen for this most iconic of vehicles.
He visits the Bristol dockyard where Defenders are despatched around the world and heads onto the Western Isles of Scotland and Islay, the island where the prototypes were put through their paces in the 1940s.
After 70 years and two million vehicles, the Land Rover Defender has now ceased production and this is a fitting tribute to its durability, popularity and legacy.