Next Episode of Britain's Ancient Tracks with Tony Robinson is
Tony Robinson explores the UK's network of ancient trackways and roads, which have been walked by pilgrims, hunters and invaders over the course of the past 5,000 years, each one shrouded in myth, mystery and legend.
Tony explores the mysteries and legends of the Icknield Way's prehistoric mines, hidden caves, demonic dogs and mysterious ley lines, as he travels from the Norfolk coast to Bedfordshire's hills
Tony follows in the tracks of Celtic chariots, explores a burial chamber that's older than the pyramids and uncovers the secrets of a great white horse on the Ridgeway
Tony visits one of Britain's oldest oak trees and the shrine of Thomas Becket, uncovers a lost battle site of Julius Caesar and marvels at the discoveries of Darwin, on the North Downs Way in Kent
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