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The series presents six celebrities walking across Britain's diverse and dazzling coastline accompained by their four-legged friend. The celebrities will meet local experts, enthusiasts and fellow walkers along the way.
The Reverend Richard Coles is with his dachshund Audrey exploring the rugged Galloway coast of southern Scotland - walking in the footsteps of a 5th-century missionary who brought Christianity to the Scots and visiting the place where one of the best British horror movies was filmed: The Wicker Man. TV presenter Selina Scott takes a walk through history in the North York Moors National Park. With her dogs Dougie and Kendie, she strolls from the majestic medieval splendour of Helmsley Castle to the breathtaking ruins of Rievaulx Abbey - taking in an amazing bird of prey display along the way. Olympic champion cyclist Victoria Pendleton and her dobermans Stella and Mr Jonty climb into the green serenity of the Chiltern Hills - a place she now calls home. They visit one of England's oldest windmills and see an unusual artist at work before finishing high on Ivinghoe Beacon, where model aircraft soar through the sky and the views are spectacular.
Actor Emilia Fox takes her dachshunds through a wooded valley in Cornwall, where she uncovers a secret industrial past. Comedian Bill Bailey wanders under big skies on the Norfolk coast and in the shadow of Hunstanton's spectacular striped cliffs. And stand-up Katherine Ryan visits Kent's picturesque Hever Castle with her Tibetan spaniel.
Actor Hermione Norris and her pointer Bess visit the Somerset coast, where they explore Beacon Hill and follow the path once trodden by Coleridge and Wordsworth towards the wild and fossil-strewn Kilve Beach. Phil Spencer takes his spaniels up Ashford Hangar in Hampshire, marvelling at the spectacular views and the area's amazing wildlife. And Ainsley Harriott goes for a walk with his Labrador along the River Dee towards Chester.
TV presenter Anna Richardson takes her Staffie to the Peak District, including a walk through Dovedale and a spot of trout fishing. Jimmy Doherty is by the Suffolk seaside with his Irish terrier, visiting Aldeburgh and Thorpeness. And comedian Bill Bailey takes a pleasant stroll through Richmond Park with his dingoes Boolay and Banjar and tries a session of yoga for dogs.
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