Just 100 miles from London, yet the North Norfolk Coast is one of the quietest corners of England; it is renowned for its spectacular coastline, fantastic wildlife and miles of glorious beaches.
Tony Robinson takes in the wonderful seascapes of the North Norfolk coast, determined to discover how the area remained so blissfully unchanged when the Victorian age of industry and railways transformed lives and landscapes across the country. From the arrival of Bertie, Prince of Wales at Sandringham House to the opening of Cromer pier, Tony’s four day walk unveils an extraordinary tale of landowning power.
Episode Length: 01:00:00
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