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Eric Robson is probably best known as the chairman of one of the longest running broadcast programmes in the world - Gardeners’ Question Time on Radio 4. But for more than 35 years, he’s been one of the instantly recognisable voices of British broadcasting. He’s been the commentator on the great events of State - Remembrance Sunday, Trooping the Colour. His documentaries range from Great Railway Journeys of the World to the classic BBC series with the fellwalker Alfred Wainwright.

Wordsworth’s River Duddon
Eric Robson travels with Nell his border collie the length of one of Lakeland’s most beautiful but least explored rivers from source to sea.

The Duddon was William Wordsworth’s favourite Lakeland river. He wrote that “you could catch glimpses of Heaven in its clear waters“. It rises in bleak terrain high on the Wrynose Pass and for a while hugs the Roman road that connected Ambleside with the port of Ravenglass. It’s a river of contrasts and excitements, plunging into the Wallowbarrow Gorge, bubbling through Seathwaite and Ulpha, powering one of the great furnaces of Lakeland’s industrial revolution and then broadening to welcome the Irish Sea. Eric Robson’s Duddon journey captures the river’s moods and magic.

DVD running time 50 mins approx. more
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An Autobiography - by Eric Robson

For more than 35 years, Eric been one of the instantly recognisable voices of British broadcasting. In this blunt, humorous and indiscreet memoir, Eric Robson bites the hand that feeds him in a canter through the stupidities of broadcasting which he still can't bring himself to think of as a proper job. Hardcover: 215 pages more

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The Border Line - Paperback
Eric Robson’s exploration of the England/Scotland border. ’Robson is a fine storyteller, who invests lonely heaths with the clash of arms of kings and commoners. He also has a sharp eye and a deft turn of phrase for quirky scenes.’

Now in paperback 256 pages. more
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After Wainwright - Book
After Wainwright is the log of the Remote Lakeland walk. Eric Robson's personal memoir of his days on the hill with Britain's best known fellwalker, remembered during a 190 mile adventure in the mountains of remote Lakeland. more
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The Border Line
by Eric Robson

The line between England and Scotland, explored in a 105 mile walk through some of the wildest country in Britain. It’s a walk full of good humour and landscape and history, real and imagined. And it’s a record of one of the toughest long distance walks in Britain.

Hardback 256 pages. more
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Viking - DVD
Eric Robson’s new series for ITV about the real Vikings. Popular myth has them written off as bloodthirsty barbarians but on the shores of the Viking lake that we know as the Irish Sea we discover traces of a complex and enigmatic people. In the Lake District and Isle of Man, Ireland and South West Scotland and The Wirral Eric Robson brings the shadows of our Viking ancestors to vivid life.

DVD running time 100 mins approx. more
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Great Walks 1 - DVD
Helvellyn and Haystacks and the High Stile Ridge and High Street from Kentmere. With Eric Robson and Bob Allen.

DVD running time 90 mins approx.

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