Kate Humble’s Coastal Britain - Season 1
Kate takes an 11-mile walk along a section of the South West Coast Path starting at Porlock Weir. She visits a tiny parish church, the valley that inspired Lorna Doone, rides on a water powered railway before finishing at Valley of Rocks.
Kate walks the classic 12 mile section of the Cleveland Way from Robin Hood's Bay to Scarborough. She visits smugglers tunnels at her starting point, learns about the alum industry, sees dinosaur footprints and visits a ghost town.
From Stonebarrow Hill in Dorset, Kate heads along the coastal path to Cain's Folly, then on to Seaton where she rides a tram out into Seaton Wetlands for some bird spotting.
Kate walks an 11-mile stretch of the Suffolk coastline - one of the fastest eroding in Europe. She also learns about the ancient art of thatching, makes flavoured gin, goes foraging and visits one of the UK's largest freshwater reed beds.
Kate walks a 13-mile section of the Cleveland Way to Whitby. Along the way she samples the fruit that lines the path, visits the fishing village of Staithes, joins a "man-overboard" exercise on a lifeboat and learns about Whitby Jet.
Kate walks 12 miles of Suffolk's shingle coast starting at Minsmere Nature Reserve. She paddles through Snape Maltings wetlands in a kayak and visits Orford Ness, a former military test site, now a National Trust nature reserve.