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Cornwall and Devon Walks With Julia Bradbury

  • Episode:

    2 of 8

  • Title:

    Padstow

  • Transmission (TX):

    Wed 13 Jan 2021

  • TX Confirmed

    Yes

  • Time

    8.00pm - 8.30pm

  • Week:

    Week 02 2021 : Sat 09 Jan - Fri 15 Jan

  • Channel:

    ITV

  • Published:

    Thu 17 Dec 2020

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Cornwall and Devon Walks with Julia Bradbury

Series overview

"The best way to see the true landscape of Cornwall and Devon is on foot. I’ll be going to the places only your walking boots can take you, from the rugged rocks of Dartmoor to the drama of the North Atlantic coast. And en route, I’ll be seeking out the counties' most unforgettable views, sampling some of the region’s most famous fare, and meeting the people that make Cornwall and Devon so unique. So walk with me, it’s going to be an adventure you never forget." - Julia Bradbury

This new eight-part series for ITV features Julia Bradbury taking us to parts of the West Country that can only be explored on foot - from the epic wilderness of Dartmoor, to the white sands and azure seas of the Atlantic coastline, to the soaring cliffs of Land's End.

From beautiful beaches to ancient woodlands and winding estuaries, this uplifting new series harnesses the country’s love of the outdoors and the best walks the south west has to offer.

Cornwall and Devon are home to thousands of miles of the country's most varied terrain and walking routes, and along the way Julia meets the people who live and work in these two counties as well as sampling some of its legendary fare. 

During the series, she visits Salcombe, Dartmoor, the Dart Valley, Isles of Scilly, Land’s End, Helford, The Lizard and Padstow.

 This is a Twofour production for ITV

Episode 2: Padstow

This time, Julia walks five miles along the stunning north Cornish coast, from popular and picturesque Padstow to the surfing hotspot of Trevone Bay. 

Along the way she comes across dramatic coastal landscapes featured in BBC drama Poldark, passes by some of the prettiest secret coves in the country, and gets up close to a herd of Fallow Deer in the historic Prideaux Estate. 

To end her epic trek, Julia eats a special fish dish cooked on the beach by local chef, Jack Stein - the son of famous Padstow restaurateur Rick.