Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Actress Joan Collins is your guide for this extremely personal, and sometimes highly eccentric, tour of London. Though some of the "obvious" tourist spots are covered -- Buckingham Palace, Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park, the Globe Playhouse -- Collins prefers to visit places that might have more significance to her than in the typical vacationer: the veddy exclusive Athaneaum Hotel, Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, and a "concept pub," the George Inn, wherein England's past horrors of war and regicide are lovingly invoked. Also seen are such "newer" landmarks as Harrods, the 443-foot London Eye, and, not surprisingly, Joan Collins' birthplace. Interspersed with the actress' always fascinating fashion and cosmetic tips, Joan Collins' London was seen in America over cable's Travel Channel.