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Julie Walters’ magical mystery tour on Britain’s most beautiful coastal railways as seen on Channel 4
An area steeped in history and with a huge range of wildlife habitats. Sweeping beaches and rolling dunes, cliffs and isolated islands.
Timothy West and Prunella Scales embark on their waterway adventures and spectacular canal journeys across Britain and abroad.
Cameron McNeish and Paul Hannon introduce us to Ingleborough, Swaledale and Wharfedale.
Robson goes in search of the hidden gems of one of the most beautiful parts of England.
Features 40 great walks in the North of England.
More of the 2008 ITV series which broke all box office records.
More great walks in the company of the long-suffering bearded one and his less than complimentary dog on a string.
Eric Robson and Raq explore the Cumberland coast, walk from Eyemouth to Fast Castle, ramble through the Vale of Whittingham, visit the lost mines of Millom and follow in a king’s footsteps to Dalry.
In a production made for ITV, Eric Robson and Raq the border terrier grumble their way from Skinningrove (which isn’t pretty) to Devil’s Water (which is).
All in all the best fun low level walking and waggery you’ll find anywhere.
Buy both boxed sets of the hugely popular ITV series presented by Eric Robson and a dog on a string for £60.
3 DVD boxed set features Out of Town - It Shouldn’t Happen to a Border Terrier, It’s a Dog’s Life and Walking the Walk.
Eric Robson and a bolshie border terrier go exploring across the Lake District, the North York Moors, the Yorkshire Dales and Southern Scotland.
Cycling the Highlands, Glens and Western Isles.
Includes: Tales from Northumberland and More Tales from Northumberland.
From the Farne Islands to Hadrian’s Wall Robson immerses himself in this magical and mysterious ancient kingdom.
The 104 mile route along the Cotswold escapment from Chipping Campden to bath.
The Dales shows a summer in the Yorkshire Dales through they eyes of the fascinating people who live there.
Dave Macleod and Tim Emmett attempted a fearsome new route in the most difficult of conditions.
Five extreme rock climbs on five Hebridean Islands on five consecutive days.
This 8 part Channel 5 series reveals the hidden lives of both the familiar and more unusual animals with which we share our island home.