M2 Ballymena Bypass
Northern Ireland's lonely motorway
The most overblown motorway in Northern Ireland?
M4 Heathrow Spur
Heathrow Airport, a bus lane and a hot cross bun. What more could you ask for?
Ireland's most bodged motorway?
A glorified sliproad, or an essential part of south-east England's motorway network?
How pretty much everyone gets into the centre of Bristol.
Motorway driving, 1959-style.
Two fantastic engineering structures, an almost-closed services and a bypassed motorway, all at once!
Just a glorified sliproad...
One very early motorway that's seemingly always empty. It's also got a rather fantastic T-junction.
From wide brilliance to upgraded unclassified road. Is this the motorway with the greatest contrasts?
When a city on the coast has a "Ring Road", you don't expect the one side to get built in case it gets a bit wet. Vaguely near the coast would be nice, though...
New on TV: When good junction designers go bad!
Ski-jumps, permanent temporary junctions and big walls!
An overblown sliproad, or the most important motorway in Scotland?
From the elegance of the Forth Road Bridge to the scenery of Fife, all wrapped up in Britain's lowest standard "proper" motorway.
Is this the most boring motorway in Great Britain?
The tiny spur with the bouncy ride.
The "motorway school practical."
Traffic lights, half-built junctions and daft signage. What a way to get to Portsmouth!
How to get into Salford (and Manchester) from the West.
The half-built motorway that ended at a mini-roundabout.
In and out of Leeds, without stopping!
The important motorway with the stupid number
At only a mile long, it's the gateway to the western Highlands