Robson examines how Northumberland's heritage is being reinvented.
Robson discovers how Northumberland's border with Scotland has shaped British history.
Robson Green's travels end with him visiting Hadrian's Wall and his home town of Hexham.
Robson learns about the history of Earl Grey tea and the Craster kipper.
Robson Green meets the Northumbrians keeping some of the region's oldest traditions alive.
Robson visits Bamburgh Castle, follows the Pilgrim's Way and swims with grey seals.
Robson ventures off the beaten path and passes a night in a shepherd's hut.