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Weatherman Derek Brockway visits the Elan Valley in Powys and discovers the role the area played in the famous Dambusters attacks of World War Two.

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Series 13
Weatherman Derek Brockway walks the Clywedog Valley Trail in north Wales and learns about Iron Mad Jack, who revolutionised the iron industry.
In a special Children in Need episode, Derek walks from Margam to Rest Bay in Porthcawl. He also learns about some of the amazing projects the charity supports around Wales.
Series 13
Weatherman Derek Brockway visits Hirwaun in Rhondda Cynon Taf to learn about the town’s industrial heritage.
Derek Brockway learns how New Quay on Cardigan Bay inspired some of Thomas's greatest work, before touring Laugharne with Dylan Thomas's granddaughter.
Derek Brockway walks in Dylan Thomas's footsteps around Swansea before heading to the Llansteffan Peninsula and the Three Rivers estuary.
Series 13
Weatherman Derek Brockway follows the Heart of Wales Railway in Carmarthenshire and takes part in the World Bog Snorkelling championships.
Weatherman Derek Brockway walks the five-mile Salmon Leaps circular trail in Dinas Powys near Cardiff and joins in the village show.
Weatherman Derek Brockway explores the River Teifi and takes part in the annual coracle races.
Weatherman Derek Brockway is on a circular walk around the beautiful town of Usk, which starts and ends at Usk castle.
Weatherman Derek Brockway needs wet weather gear when he visits the Celtic rainforest in Gwynedd.
Weatherman Derek Brockway walks 11 miles from Porthcawl to Southerndown, in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Weatherman Derek Brockway walks from Abereiddy to Whitesands in Pembrokeshire.
Weatherman Derek Brockway is in Flintshire, walking from Talacre to Rhyl.
In Cardigan Bay, Derek explores a unique railway museum filled with nostalgia and discovers the legend of Cantre’s Gwaelod at Sarn Cynfelyna, before finishing in Aberystwyth.
Weatherman Derek Brockway is on Gower but ignores the route along Worms Head taken by most walkers, and sets off along a less-well known stretch of coast, from Fall Bay to Oxwich,
Derek Brockway explores the Llyn Peninsula, walking from the pretty resort town of Abersoch to bustling Pwllheli.
Weatherman Derek Brockway starts his walk in the pretty seaside town of Saundersfoot in Pembrokeshire and ends up on Pendine Sands in Carmarthenshire, famous for land-speed records
Weatherman Derek Brockway walks from Beaumaris to Redwharf Bay, Anglesey.
Series 11
The last episode in the series. Derek is joined by two guides who have both used walking to assist them on their very different personal journeys.