Episode 1 – Cornwall and Devon
Tuesday 01 December 2020
Julia Bradbury heads off on one of the nation’s best loved walking trails, the rugged South West Coastal Path. Robson Green takes to the skies for a bird’s eye view of Cornwall’s St Agnes heritage coast. On the historic St Michael’s Mount, Ben Fogle experiences gardening at a whole new level. And Liz Bonnin gets up close to some amazing wildlife in the waters off Devon’s Lundy Island.
Tuesday 08 December 2020
Julia Bradbury will be hiking up England’s third highest peak, the mighty Helvellyn. Ben Fogle tests his own head for heights with an unusual climbing experience at Honister slate mine. In the wild Borrowdale Valley Ray Mears meets some of Britain’s biggest ants. And Ade Edmondson captains a vintage steamer on the waters of lake Ullswater.
Tuesday 15 December 2020
Julia Bradbury hikes the West Highland Way, while Robson Green attempts to dive for scallops off the Isle of Skye. At the historic Edinburgh castle local boy Rory Bremner finds an unusual way to set his watch. And in the waters around the Isle of Mull Liz Bonin gets up close with some rare sea creatures.
Tuesday 22 December 2020
Julia Bradbury follows in the footsteps of one of our most famous literary families, the Brontes, exploring the windswept moors. Robson Green sings shanties in the seaside resort of Whitby. Ore Oduba hits the challenging Coast to Coast walking trail near the market town of Richmond. And deep in the Dales, Ade Edmondson will be our guide on the Malham Circuit, one Yorkshire’s best-loved hikes.