Discovering Britain


Ten years on: London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Ten years on: London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

ByRory WalshJun 23, 2022
Rory Walsh explores London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and its impact on the surrounding area a decade after it hosted the games
A walk through Stourbridge’s heart of glass

A walk through Stourbridge’s heart of glass

ByRory WalshMay 25, 2022
A historic walk through Stourbridge in the Black Country which was was once the world centre of glass making
Roseberry Topping: the Yorkshire Matterhorn

Roseberry Topping: the Yorkshire Matterhorn

ByRory WalshMay 18, 2022
Rory Walsh follows in the footsteps of a famous explorer for views over the North York Moors and an adventure-inspiring climb
Old Harry Rocks: a devilish landmark

Old Harry Rocks: a devilish landmark

ByRory WalshApr 26, 2022
Rory Walsh discovers a changing coastline at Old Harry Rocks at Dorset’s most easterly point on the Jurassic Coast
On a mission in Victorian Manchester

On a mission in Victorian Manchester

ByRory WalshMar 25, 2022
Rory Walsh revisits Victorian Manchester, where a booming cotton industry is world-famous, but life expectancy is just 26
Walking with the Long Man of Wilmington

Walking with the Long Man of Wilmington

ByRory WalshFeb 18, 2022
Rory Walsh meets Britain’s tallest man, a 226 foot-tall figure keeping watch over the grassy hills of the South Downs
Tyranny, treason and a walk through Westminster

Tyranny, treason and a walk through Westminster

ByRory WalshJan 26, 2022
Rory Walsh traces the English Civil Wars through the heart of London
Sandwich – there’s more to it than sliced bread

Sandwich – there’s more to it than sliced bread

ByRory WalshOct 26, 2021
Rory Walsh savours a flavour of historic Sandwich, one of England’s most picturesque towns
A walk around the spa town of Matlock Bath

A walk around the spa town of Matlock Bath

ByRory WalshNov 6, 2020
Rory Walsh visits the spa town of Matlock Bath in the Derbyshire Peak District which has the air of a seaside resort
Devil’s Dyke: the longest, deepest and widest dry valley in Britain

Devil’s Dyke: the longest, deepest and widest dry valley in Britain

ByRory WalshMay 27, 2020
Rory Walsh explores Devil’s Dyke, a South Downs beauty spot that Constable declared the ‘grandest view in the world’
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