Walking Britain's Roman Roads

Series 1
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Series 1, Episode 1 - Watling Street

3.0 8 x
Dan Jones travels the route of Britain's oldest and longest Roman road from the Kent coast to Shropshire, passing through Rochester, London, St Albans and a Roman fort near Coventry. Dan visits key sites as he tells the story of Emperor Claudius's invasion in 43AD and Boudicca's rebellion.
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Series 1, Episode 5 - Ermin Way

3.0 2 x
Dan Jones traces Britain's Roman past by following six of their major thoroughfares. Dan travels the Ermin Way, which links the two Roman towns of Calleva Atrebatum and Glevum, now known as Silchester and Gloucester.
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Series 1, Episode 4 - Fosse Way

3.0 2 x
Dan Jones travels along Fosse Way, arguably Britain's most hedonistic Roman Road. The route stretches for 230 miles through the heart of England, from Exeter to Lincoln.
1:05:00

Series 1, Episode 3 - Dere Street

3.0 2 x
Dan explores two Roman roads: Dere Street, the northern-most Roman road in Britain, which runs from York to Scotland, and Stanegate, a key East-West route that runs alongside the great defensive barrier of Hadrian's Wall.
1:05:00

Series 1, Episode 2 - Ermine Street

3.0 4 x
Dan Jones travels the length of Ermine Street, which connects two great cities founded by the Romans - London and York. Along the way, he explores the story of religion in Roman Britain. While they were importing their own beliefs, they also absorbed native traditions and later endorsed the establishment of Christianity he...
1:05:00

Series 1, Episode 1 - Watling Street

3.0 2 x
Dan Jones travels the route of Britain's oldest and longest Roman road from the Kent coast to Shropshire, passing through Rochester, London, St Albans and a Roman fort near Coventry. Dan visits key sites as he tells the story of Emperor Claudius's invasion in 43AD and Boudicca's rebellion.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 6 - Stane Street

4.0 3 x
Dan Jones travels the historic Roman road of Stane Street, which runs for around 67 miles from London to Chichester.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 5 - Ermin Way

4.0 1 x
Dan Jones traces Britain's Roman past by following six of their major thoroughfares. Dan travels the Ermin Way, which links the two Roman towns of Calleva Atrebatum and Glevum, now known as Silchester and Gloucester.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 4 - Fosse Way

4.0 4 x
Dan Jones travels along Fosse Way, arguably Britain's most hedonistic Roman Road. The route stretches for 230 miles through the heart of England, from Exeter to Lincoln.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 3 - Dere Street

4.0 2 x
Dan explores two Roman roads: Dere Street, the northern-most Roman road in Britain, which runs from York to Scotland, and Stanegate, a key East-West route that runs alongside the great defensive barrier of Hadrian's Wall.
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