Ramblings With Clare Balding

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200B01Hadrian20000528

In a six-part series, Clare Balding journeys along historic British walking routes.

1: `Hadrian's Wall'.

In the company of historian Chris Brown, she discovers that landscape shapes people as much as people shape the land.

Their route can be found on Outdoor Leisure map 43.

200B01Hadrian20000528

In a six-part series, Clare Balding journeys along historic British walking routes.

1: `Hadrian's Wall'.

In the company of historian Chris Brown, she discovers that landscape shapes people as much as people shape the land.

Their route can be found on Outdoor Leisure map 43.

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Clare Balding explores six historic walking routes of Britain.

2: The Cleveland Way.

In the company of Tiffany Hunt, director for the National Trust in Yorkshire, she walks from Ravenscar to Robin Hood's Bay.

To follow the walk, see Outdoor Leisure Map 03.

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Clare Balding explores six historic walking routes of Britain.

2: The Cleveland Way.

In the company of Tiffany Hunt, director for the National Trust in Yorkshire, she walks from Ravenscar to Robin Hood's Bay.

To follow the walk, see Outdoor Leisure Map 03.

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Clare Balding journeys along six great historic walking routes of the British Isles.

3: The Viking Way.

Historical geographer Dennis Mills takes her from Wellingore to Temple Bruer, in an effort to prove that Lincolnshire is not completely flat.

To follow the walk see Maps Explorer 272 or Pathfinder 798.

200B0320000611

Clare Balding journeys along six great historic walking routes of the British Isles.

3: The Viking Way.

Historical geographer Dennis Mills takes her from Wellingore to Temple Bruer, in an effort to prove that Lincolnshire is not completely flat.

To follow the walk see Maps Explorer 272 or Pathfinder 798.

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Clare Balding explores six great historic walking routes of the British Isles.

4: The Icknield Way.

Clare walks from Steeple Morden to Therfield Heath in Cambridgeshire in the company of Susan Oosthuizen.

See OS Maps Explorer 208 and 209.

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Clare Balding explores six great historic walking routes of the British Isles.

4: The Icknield Way.

Clare walks from Steeple Morden to Therfield Heath in Cambridgeshire in the company of Susan Oosthuizen.

See OS Maps Explorer 208 and 209.

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Six great historic walking routes of the British Isles.

5: Roundway Down.

Clare Balding's equestrian knowledge is of use to military historian Julian Humphrys as they re-enact a Civil War battle on their walk from the Wansdyke path to Oliver's Castle, near Devizes.

Their route can be found on OS Explorer Map 157.

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Six great historic walking routes in the British Isles.

6: The Pilgrim's Way.

Local GP Catherine Humphrys guides Clare Balding from church to church, starting at St Martha on the Hill, near Guildford, and ending at St James in Shere.

Their route can be found on OS Explorer Map 145.

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Six great historic walking routes in the British Isles.

6: The Pilgrim's Way.

Local GP Catherine Humphrys guides Clare Balding from church to church, starting at St Martha on the Hill, near Guildford, and ending at St James in Shere.

Their route can be found on OS Explorer Map 145.

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Clare explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

1: `Buttermere': Wordsworth's biographer Hunter Davies describes the impact of the Lakes on artists over the centuries, and asks why the area is turning into a garden of remembrance.

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Clare explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

1: `Buttermere': Wordsworth's biographer Hunter Davies describes the impact of the Lakes on artists over the centuries, and asks why the area is turning into a garden of remembrance.

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Clare Balding explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

She walks in Edward Elgar's footsteps in the Malvern Hills.

In the company of Sue Adney, one of the area's conservators, she discovers why this part of Worcestershire has been popular with walkers for centuries.

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Clare Balding explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

She walks in Edward Elgar's footsteps in the Malvern Hills.

In the company of Sue Adney, one of the area's conservators, she discovers why this part of Worcestershire has been popular with walkers for centuries.

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Clare Balding explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

She walks around Laugharne, home of poet Dylan Thomas, in the company of one of the town's oldest inhabitants, Brenda Williams.

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Clare Balding explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

She walks around Laugharne, home of poet Dylan Thomas, in the company of one of the town's oldest inhabitants, Brenda Williams.

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Clare Balding explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

She walks the South Devon coast from Thurlstone in the company of video artist Malcolm Le Grice.

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Clare Balding explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

She walks the South Devon coast from Thurlstone in the company of video artist Malcolm Le Grice.

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Clare Balding explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

She visits Dorset to join a group who mix their love of Thomas Hardy with a passion for walking.

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Clare Balding explores the routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

She visits Dorset to join a group who mix their love of Thomas Hardy with a passion for walking.

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Clare Balding explores routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

In Oxfordshire she discovers why the Wittenham Clumps were such a source of inspiration to landscape painter Paul Nash.

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Clare Balding explores routes that have been the source of inspiration for painters, writers and composers.

In Oxfordshire she discovers why the Wittenham Clumps were such a source of inspiration to landscape painter Paul Nash.