Walking Through History

February 2019
1:00:00

Battle in the Glens (S1E4)

3.0 1 x
Walks through Britain's historic landscapes. Tony Robinson learns about the Jacobite uprisings of the 1700s on a trek through the Kintail region of Scotland.
1:00:00

The Tudor Way (S1E3)

4.0 5 x
Discover more about Tudor England as Tony Robinson sets off on a 45-mile hike through the beautiful countryside of the Weald in Kent and the Downs of East Sussex.
1:00:00

The Birth of an Industry (S1E2)

4.0 2 x
Tony Robinson's five-day, 60-mile walk takes him back to 1940, when the county of Dorset became the frontline in the war against Hitler.
January 2019
1:00:00

Frontline Dorset (S1E1)

3.0 1 x
Tony Robinson learns about the industrial revolution on a trek through the Peak District, visiting the site of the world's first factory and a 900-year-old stately home.
April 2018

S3)

Expired 3.0 7 x
Join Tony Robinson on a walk through the dramatic moors and valleys of West Yorkshire, the inspiration for much of the Bronte family's remarkable writing.
August 2017
47:25

Bronte Country

Expired 3.0 12 x
Tony Robinson tours the Yorkshire landscapes that inspired the Bronte sisters, discovering that Haworth in the 1820s was very different from the tourist town it is today
October 2016
47:25

King John's Ruin: Peak District

3.0 5 x
In Sherwood Forest and the Peak District, Tony Robinson explores the story of King John, the hapless monarch who stumbled from one crisis to another
47:25

Nazi Occupation: Channel Islands

3.0 7 x
Tony Robinson takes a four-day walk through Guernsey and Jersey, finding out what life was like there for the five years of German occupation in World War II
47:25

Norman Conquest of Pembrokeshire

3.0 8 x
Tony Robinson visits Pembrokeshire to see why it feels English, even though it's over 100 miles from the border. He traces the Norman conquest that turned it into 'Little England beyond Wales'.
47:25

Victoria and Albert's Highland Fling

3.0 8 x
In the Cairngorms, Tony Robinson discovers how Queen Victoria and Prince Albert fell in love with the Highlands and shaped some Scottish traditions
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