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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 Robinson returns for a new series to explore more of these remarkable routes and the mysteries and legends that surround them. Tony walks across Dartmoor in the footsteps of Britain's greatest detective, plunges the depths of a reputedly bottomless lake and comes face to face with a four-legged beast.
Tony walks Offa's Dyke in the footsteps of William Wordsworth, explores what some believe could have been the subterranean resting place of King Arthur, encounters Wales's fearsome dragon and ponders the priceless gold coin issued by King Offa.
Tony Robinson explores the remarkable ancient trackways that criss-cross Britain and the mysteries and legends that surround them. In the Peak District Tony uncovers a prehistoric shark tooth, shines a light in an abandoned railway tunnel and discovers DH Lawrence's mountain retreat.
Tony Robinson explores the remarkable ancient trackways that criss-cross Britain and the mysteries and legends that surround them. Tony follows the Roman road of Dere Street north through Hadrian's Wall, contemplates the ancient night sky, braves the roar of a Celtic horn, mixes medieval potions and encounters ancient invaders.
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