Mondays, on iTV
Actor Robson Green returns to his home turf for a new factual series, which sees him lead viewers through a unique and often overlooked part of Britain that remains close to his heart.
Robson finds out the secrets of the county that can be found along the English-Scottish border. He talks to Emma Gray and looks for the Cheviot Wild Goat. He pays a visit to Wallington Hall where he finds out the stories behind its incredible Pre-Raphaelite artwork. He also pays a visit to the Charlton Family whose ancestors were the most feared clan of the border country back in the medieval times.
The actor explores the rich history and culture of his home county as he travels by land, sea and air, discovering the role Northumberland has played in shaping modern Britain. He begins by spending a day on the remote Farne Islands a few miles off the coast, meeting the National Trust rangers who look after one of the nation's largest bird colonies. He also returns to the port of Seahouses to reminisce about his childhood holidays.