Episode guide

Walking Through History

Series 2

Walking Through History

  • Northumbia

    Tony Robinson ventures north as he learns more about the Dark Ages while enjoying a ramble. The Time Team host is on the trail of St Cuthbert, one of Northumbria's greatest sons.

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  • Stonehenge

    Hear about life and death in the last centuries of the Stone Age as Tony Robinson enjoys a 45-mile walk across Wiltshire, starting at the historic Windmill Hill near Avebury.

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  • Wigan Pier

    Discover more about the history of industrial engineering along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal as Time Team's Tony Robinson embarks on a three-day walk inland to Wigan.

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  • North Norfolk

    From the opening of Cromer Pier to Prince Bertie's arrival at Sandringham House, Tony Robinson's four-day walk is a coastal journey through 40 years of Victorian Norfolk.

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  • Cornwall

    Tony Robinson's four-day trek along the coastline between Plymouth and Falmouth reveals more about the huge smuggling business in Cornwall in the late-18th century.

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  • The Lakes

    Tony Robinson embarks on some walks of historical significance, this time against the breathtaking backdrop of the Lake District.

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Walking Through History

Series 3

Walking Through History

  • King John's Ruin: Peak District

    Who was the real King John? Tony Robinson seeks out the answers as he walks across Sherwood Forest and the Peak District.

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  • Bronte Country

    Join Tony Robinson on a walk through the dramatic moors and valleys of West Yorkshire, the inspiration for much of the Bronte family's writing.

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  • England's Last Battle - West Country

    Tony Robinson hikes from Lyme Regis to the Somerset Levels in the footsteps of a ragtag rebel army led by the illegitimate son of Charles II.

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  • Norman Conquest of Pembrokeshire

    Why do some areas of Pembrokeshire have an 'English' feel? Tony Robinson's four-day walk traces the story of the Norman conquest of the Welsh county.

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  • Nazi Occupation: Channel Islands

    The Channel Islands were occupied by Nazi Germany between 1940 and 1945. Tony Robinson heads to Guernsey and Jersey to revisit events.

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  • Victoria and Albert's Highland Fling

    Join Tony Robinson on a ramble around the Cairngorms National Park and discover how Queen Victoria and Prince Albert shaped Scottish traditions.

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Walking Through History

Series 1

Walking Through History

  • Frontline Dorset

    Tony Robinson learns about the industrial revolution on a trek through the Peak District, visiting the site of the world's first factory and a 900-year-old stately home.

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  • The Birth of an Industry

    Tony Robinson's five-day, 60-mile walk takes him back to 1940, when the county of Dorset became the frontline in the war against Hitler.

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  • The Tudor Way

    Discover more about Tudor England as Tony Robinson sets off on a 45-mile hike through the beautiful countryside of the Weald in Kent and the Downs of East Sussex.

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  • Battle in the Glens

    Walks through Britain's historic landscapes. Tony Robinson learns about the Jacobite uprisings of the 1700s on a trek through the Kintail region of Scotland.

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