The intrepid Paul Rose has explored some of our planet’s most remote and exotic locations – but for this enjoyable two-parter, he’s found wonder much closer to home.

Paul is walking the 79-mile Yorkshire Wolds Way, one of the UK’s least-known national trails, and begins his journey in the shadow of the mighty Humber Bridge.

He also meets a whole family of penny-farthing riders and tries to put himself in the picture when he goes hunting for locations used in David Hockney’s famous Yorkshire Wolds paintings.