The walker, green traveller and writer talks to walk about his new book, At Night: A Journey Round Britain from Dusk to Dawn, which documents a series of personal night-time journeys made through Britain – from stargazing in the Galloway Forest to following in Dickens’ footsteps in London
A world authority on survival and outdoor living, Ray Mears is a renowned author and TV presenter as well as the founder of the Woodlore bushcraft school.
The acclaimed natural history writer discusses the challenges of coastal access and conservation, as his new book Coastlines tells ‘the story of our shore’.
Over a period of four years, Mark Clarke visited the highest points in each of Britain’s 85 historic counties, walking nearly 500 miles and climbing over 100,000 feet.
The award-winning travel writer talks about the importance of mapping our lost ways, the magic of wild swimming, and his encounter with a zawn.