Just a few weeks ago BBC Radio 1 DJ Jordan North recently rowed 100 miles from London to his hometown of Burnley to raise money for Red Nose Day. 

And now the five-day challenge which saw North face harsh weather and territorial swans has been made into a 30-minute documentary. 

Along the 100 miles, North visited a number of spots across the country from Wigan to Rugby. 

We've broken down all the spots he paid a visit to on his rowing journey, see if your local area makes an appearance. 

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All the spots Jordan North rowed to in his Red Nose Day Challenge

North started his journey in Little Venice, London traveling down the Grand Union Canal and making the 20-mile journey to Uxbridge in West London.

On day two Jordon made the journey to Northampton and ended in Rugby after battling harsh weather. 

From Rugby, he faced painful blisters as he completed another 40 miles to make it to Wolverhampton.

On day three, he rowed from Wolverhampton to Market Drayton before heading to Liverpool on day four.

Day four saw the Radio 1 DJ row from Liverpool to Wigan to complete another 23 miles and to learn he had so far raised £200,00 for comic relief.

On the last day, Jordan made the last leg of Chorley to finally reaching his hometown of Burnely after completing 100m miles and being met with crowds of supporters and reading £700,000.

Viewers can watch the full story of Jordan’s valiant effort in Rowing Home with Jordan North, a special documentary for Red Nose Day which will air on Tuesday 15th March on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer at 8.30pm.