The BBC series Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome sees a group of celebrities embark on an epic journey to the ancient city of Rome.

The celebs will follow a historic route and aim to explore religion, history, and themselves during their incredible trip.

The series includes actress Lesley Joseph, but who is the Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome star? Here’s everything you need to know!

Pilgrimage: The Road to Rome cast.

Who is Lesley Joseph?

Lesley Joseph is an actress and broadcaster.

She is perhaps best known for playing the role of Dorien Green in the TV sitcom Birds of a Feather.

Lesley is currently appearing in the BBC series Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome.

Lesley Joseph
Lesley Joseph
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Where have we seen Lesley Joseph?

Lesley has also previously starred in the short-lived ITV soap opera Night and Day and has appeared as a regular guest on daytime shows such as This Morning and Loose Women.

Lesley also has a thriving career in theatre and has performed in major productions including Calendar Girls and Young Frankenstein.

In 2016, Lesley took part in the fourteenth series of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.

Is Lesley Joseph on Instagram?

Yes, Lesley does have an Instagram account. Her official username is @lesleyjosephtv.

The stage and screen actress shares pictures from her showbiz lifestyle.

She currently has over 4,000 followers.

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Lesley at the West End Wilma Awards earlier this week!

A post shared by Lesley Joseph (@lesleyjosephtv) on Nov 6, 2016 at 11:38am PST

How to watch Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome

Lesley Joseph is currently starring in Pilgrimage: The Road To Rome.

The series follows a group of eight famous faces as they tackle a 15-day trek to Rome, which is based on a route taken in 990AD by the Archbishop Sigeric of Canterbury.

Episodes air on Fridays at 9 pm on BBC Two.


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