Showing 19 of 19 items in Past Times
Professor Alice Roberts explores Britain’s history through the stories of individual towns and cities.
The land of the Border Reivers explored by George MacDonald Fraser and Eric Robson.
The Ordnance Survey’s specially commissioned map of Reiving country.
The Lowther family have had estates in Cumberland and Westmorland for almost 1000 years.
Steam traction was a vital part of working Lakeland and the train opened up the Lake District to the appreciation of a wider public.
A spectacular evocation of the glory days of steam haulage through some of the most impressive scenery in Britain.
Eric Robson’s exploration of the England/Scotland border.
5000 years of turbulent border history brought to life by Alistair Moffat in this spectacularly photographed ITV series.
A re-creation of an 18th century cattle drove from Scotland to London’s Smithfield Market.
A century ago every port in the north east of England had its own fleet of cobles – tiny wooden boats in which, today, just a handful of fishermen brave wild seas.
A year in the life of John Dodd who, instead of using tractors still runs his farm with horsepower – five giant Clydesdale horses.
3 DVD Boxed Set includes: The Last Horsemen, The Last Fishermen and The Last Shepherds.
A captivating glimpse of a disappearing way of life as we follow shepherd Dave Stewart and his wife as they tend their flocks in the high Cheviots.
A History of North East Railways. The astonishing saga of a technological revolution.
Set in one of Britain’s most dramatic landscapes, the story of the reivers is one of survival, stealth, treachery, ingenuity and deceit.
3 DVD Boxed Set includes: The Borders, Debateable Lands and The Reivers.
The entire six part ITV series presented by Alistair Moffatt and Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson.
Rape, pillage and barbarian excess enshrine the image of the Vikings.