Next Episode of Further Tales from Northumberland with Robson Green is
Robson Green explores his home county - telling the stories of the people and the landmarks he encounters on his travels.
Robson takes to the skies to get a birds-eye view of Northumberland.
Robson takes on of Britain's most famous walking routes: The Pennine Way.
Robson Green returns for a third instalment of this popular series, as he continues to explore his home county - one of the most fascinating, remote and beautiful parts of Great Britain.
In today's episode, Robson is travelling through the area close to England's border with Scotland.
He encounters some very busy bees at Chain Bridge Honey Farm.
Robson tells the story of one of Britain's most popular breeds of dog, The Border Terrier.
He heads to the races, to follow the fortunes of the mother and son who are aiming to make it big in the world of horse-racing.
Finally, at Kielder Forest, Robson takes on the challenge of riding one of Britain's highest mountain bike trails.
In this episode, Robson follows the route of St Oswald's Way - the long-distance trail inspired by one of the great kings of Anglo-Saxon England.
In this sixth episode, Robson is travelling along the route of the mighty Tyne - a river steeped in history and tradition.
His journey starts close to the border with Scotland at Kielder Water and Forest Park, where he has a messy encounter with some rare osprey chicks and learns about the plight of the river's salmon.
Robson visits Cherryburn, former home of one of Britain's greatest wildlife illustrators, Thomas Bewick.
Finally, Robson joins the Tyne Rowing Club and learns the story of the great North-East rower Harry Clasper.
In today's episode, Robson is travelling along the route of the Great Whinsill, the rock formations that give Northumberland its distinctive rugged landscape.
His journey begins at The Farne Islands, with the story of Grace Darling, the lighthouse keeper's daughter whose act of heroism made her one of the biggest ‘celebrities' of the Victorian age.
Robson pays a visit to Alnwick Castle, where he is given a tour of a poison garden by the Duchess Of Northumberland and joins in a traditional game of Shrovetide Football.
Robson's journey ends at Hadrian's Wall where he tries his hand at making Roman pottery.
In the last episode of the series, Robson travels along the sweeping sands of the coastline between Howick and Bamburgh.
He joins a wild food expert and goes foraging in rock pools for ingredients to cook up for his supper, before camping out on the beach.
At Beadnell Bay he tries the fast-paced sport of kite buggying and pays a visit to the wildlife rangers who are taking care of one of Britain's rarest nesting seabirds, the Little Tern.
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