Kate Humble’s Coastal Britain - Season 2
01: Holyhead Island
On Holyhead Island in north-west Wales Kate discovers one of her favourite rare birds and Britain's longest breakwater, a 1.7-mile-long feat of Victorian engineering.
Kate embarks upon a walk along the coast of Northumberland. Her starting point is the picturesque village of Alnmouth, which was once a leading grain port in the 18th century and has since become known for its scenery.
Kate walks a rugged and scenic route along Ayrshire's coast, the birthplace of poet Robert Burns. This corner of southeast Scotland is rich in history and pristine wilderness.
Kate walks the hilly coastline that is home to two of north Wales's most popular tourist destinations - the walled town of Conwy, and the Victorian resort of Llandudno, once dubbed the Queen of Welsh resorts.
05: Isle of Wight
Kate takes a trip down memory lane on a wintry walk around the western corner of the Isle of Wight, where she holidayed as a girl.
Kate follows the historic East Sussex coastline, beginning on the cliffs overlooking Hastings, a town associated with the Battle of 1066.
Kate treks the iconic white cliffs of Dover on a 15-mile walk of contrasts. Kate's walk begins above Folkestone Harbour at Martello Tower 3, built to defend against Napoleon.
08: St Abbs, Berwickshire
On the Scottish Borders, Kate walks almost 15 miles from the historic fishing village of St Abbs to England's most northerly town, Berwick Upon Tweed.