In the second of four episodes Tony Robinson explores the remarkable ancient trackways that criss-cross Britain and the mysteries and legends that surround them.
Tony walks Offa’s Dyke in the footsteps of William Wordsworth, explores what some believe could have been the subterranean resting place of King Arthur, encounters Wales’s fearsome dragon and ponders the priceless gold coin issued by King Offa.
Executive Producers: Diarmuid Lavery, Michael Hewitt
Series Producer: Ben O’Loan
Director: Brian Henry Martin
Production Company: DoubleBand Films
Britain’s Ancient Tracks With Tony Robinson: Offa’s Dyke Episode 2 (of 4) airs Saturday 30 September 2017 from 7.00pm-8.00pm on Channel 4.