Taste of Northumberland

Great News!

Robson Green's Tales From Northumberland is back for a third series! This Spring, ITV will be airing 'Further Tales From Northumberland' which will give all Northumberland fans a fix whether they are visiting the county this year or not!

We can't wait to see which places are featured - you can join the conversation during the program by using #TalesFromNorth on Twitter and Facebook.

The series will be available on the ITV Hub once they have been aired live, so you won't miss an episode.

In 2015, Robson Green presented an eight part TV series in which he journeyed through his home county of Northumberland. The series followed Robson as he visited places which inspired him as a child, met some remarkable Northumbrian characters and explored some of the county’s magical landscapes and attractions.

During the series Robson tries his hand at Britian's oldest, and toughest sports - Cumberland and Westmorland wrestling in the unspoilt Northumberland National Park. He visits the remote College Valley and spends a night wild-camping in the Cheviot Hills.

Along the way Robson discovers some of the region's greatest natural wonders. At Chillingham, he encounters one of the world's oldest breeds of cattle, which, he discovers, is also one of the most dangerous. He also found time to catch salmon in the River Tweed using the ancient method of net and coble boat and visits some of the county’s famous houses, including Seaton Delaval Hall, Wallington House & Gardens and Cragside, home to Victorian inventor Lord Armstorng.

The second series is available to buy on DVD and can be purchased here.

 

Further Tales from Northumberland

The impressive Bamburgh Castle alongside Bamburgh beach

Great News!

Robson Green's Tales From Northumberland is back for a third series! This Spring, ITV will be airing 'Further Tales From Northumberland' which will give all Northumberland fans a fix whether they are visiting the county this year or not!

We can't wait to see which places are featured - you can join the conversation during the program by using #TalesFromNorth on Twitter and Facebook.

The series will be available on the ITV Hub once they have been aired live, so you won't miss an episode.

In 2015, Robson Green presented an eight part TV series in which he journeyed through his home county of Northumberland. The series followed Robson as he visited places which inspired him as a child, met some remarkable Northumbrian characters and explored some of the county’s magical landscapes and attractions.

During the series Robson tries his hand at Britian's oldest, and toughest sports - Cumberland and Westmorland wrestling in the unspoilt Northumberland National Park. He visits the remote College Valley and spends a night wild-camping in the Cheviot Hills.

Along the way Robson discovers some of the region's greatest natural wonders. At Chillingham, he encounters one of the world's oldest breeds of cattle, which, he discovers, is also one of the most dangerous. He also found time to catch salmon in the River Tweed using the ancient method of net and coble boat and visits some of the county’s famous houses, including Seaton Delaval Hall, Wallington House & Gardens and Cragside, home to Victorian inventor Lord Armstorng.

The second series is available to buy on DVD and can be purchased here.

 

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Puffins on the Farne Islands Seahouses harbour Dark skies at Cawfields - Hadrian's Wall The Cheviots above Elsdon Bamburgh Castle Holy Island Causeway The Royal Border Bridge at Berwick Flodden Battlefield - remembering 500 years Amble by the Sea The picturesque village of Rothbury
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