The Pilgrims visit the hot springs and public baths at Bagno Vignoni, before heading to the medieval city of Viterbo in the penultimate episode of the BBC2 travelogue: Pilgrimage: The Road to Rome
Our pilgrims are only a few days into their journey along the Via Francigena in Italy but they have already bonded as a group – a fact that they marvel at, considering all their different backgrounds and religions.
‘People’s personalities are really starting to come through,’ exclaims Stephen K Amos at one of their communal breakfasts.
‘Sorry about that,’ jokes Brendan Cole.
But jokes aside, there’s some deep introspection going on, particularly for Stephen, whose twin sister died recently.
Meanwhile, former Olympic long-jump champion Greg Rutherford becomes emotional as he ponders life after his retirement from athletics aged 31.
It’s a refreshing change to see a group of celebrities unflinchingly debate life’s big questions.