Ade is in the North East where he heads out to sea to try and catch salmon and trout and he also learns about the delicate art of glassblowing.
Ade is in the Peak District where he steps onto the auctioneer’s podium at Leek Cattle Market and chats to the country’s last riddle and sieve maker.
Ade is in the county of Berkshire as he looks for British traditional foods, crafts and customs. He learns more about Berkshire pigs and takes part in Hungerford’s ancient Hocktide celebrations.
Ade is in the East Midlands looking for unique British foods and heritage crafts and traditions. He makes his way onto the factory floor to find out about Northampton’s shoe making past and meets a couple who produce a local colourful cheese.
Ade is in Suffolk where he explores the region’s unique British foods and traditional crafts. He pays a visit to a cider making business and has a go at silk weaving.
Adrian is in the county of Cumbria, to explore the regions unique foods and much-loved traditions. He finds out about every hiker’s favourite treat, Kendal Mint Cake and attempts his luck fishing the traditional Viking way.
Ade is in the county of Norfolk where he meets a local egg producer and attempts to turn corn into a doll before being reunited with an old friend from the last series.
Ade is in East Scotland where he meets the brothers brewing medieval heather ale, visits a family of sporran makers and samples some highland cattle beef.
Adrian is in Buckinghamshire where he meets the last Aylesbury duck breeder, creates his own Windsor chair and joins a rather nervous mayor at High Wycombe’s ancient ‘weighing-in’ ceremony.
Adrian is in Yorkshire where he goes tea tasting in Harrogate, visits a group of metalworkers to try his hand at making some cutlery, and uses an unusual local recipe to create a snack for a local choir.
Ade travels to the Welsh Coast to learn the region’s finest British foods and crafts. He talks to a butter maker who is keeping her 100-year-old family recipe going and enjoys a slice of Bara brith at Britain’s oldest Women’s Institute.
Ade is in Staffordshire where he finds out about the county’s most cherished portable snack, the oatcake and he also visits the regions Marmite factory. He also makes his way to the Potteries where he learns the art of producing ceramics by hand.
Ade travels to Northern Ireland where he pays a visit to a famous apple orchard and is taught the traditional art of basket weaving and bakes some local soda bread.
Ade is in Cornwall where he goes out to sea for some night-time fishing to learn about the region’s sardine industry. He also ends up showing his competitive side as he take part in a pilot gig boat race.
Ade is in London’s East End where he makes an early morning call to the famous Billingsgate fish market and then helps create a true cockney feast of pie, eels and liquor sauce. He also cooks up a London Particular for the local Pearly Kings and Queens.
Ade takes a look around the North York Moors in search of some tasty mutton and goes hunting for some ancient gems as he tracks down Whitby Jet.
Ade is in Exmoor to find out about the oldest herd of Red Deer in Britain and learns the ropes of Call Change bell ringing.
Ade is in the West Midlands where he learns how our cuisine has been influenced from food cultures overseas in the Balti Triangle. He also pays a visit to a pork scratching factory and finds out how to make goats cheese.
Ade is on the largest of the Channel Islands, Jersey, where thngs manage to get a bit fishy after he meets a turbot famer with an unusual workplace.
Ade is in West Scotland where he goes out to sea with local scampi fisherman and also learns more about haggis.
Ade is in Wales where he learns about the history of the Welsh Black cattle, finds out how to make a traditional Welsh blanket, and enjoys in a sweet treat as he learns about the country’s Italian connection.
Ade is in Northumberland, where he travels along the coastline looking for lobsters. He also makes some feathered friends as he meets a pigeon racer and gets a taste of summer as he meets a strawberry grower and creates a local favourite for some Northumbrian pipers.
Ade is in Sussex where he finds out about farming South Down Sheep and creates his own cricket bat and goes foraging in the woods for wild mushrooms.
Ade is in Shropshire where he talks to a food producer who is helping to keep a local fruit from extinction. He also makes a furry friend after he visits a historic teddy bear factory and learns about the regions famous fidget pie.
Ade is in Gloucestershire he he is taught an old method of mustard making and helps to make the country’s smelliest cheese.
Ade is in the North West where his childhood dreams come true when he visits a sweet factory. He also heads underground to explore a salt mine.
Ade is in Essex where he looks for some delicious shellfish, visits a famous jam maker, and learns the craft of horse logging.
Ade is in Dorset where he talks to a couple that farm mushrooms. He also finds out about the art of scything and visits the Great Dorset Steam Fair.
Ade is in Lincolnshire where he meets a family of butchers who have been serving an unusual local delicacy since the 1900s. He also finds out about the art of stone masonry at the top of Lincoln Cathedral.
Ade makes his way to County Down in Northern Ireland where he has a hard day’s work harvesting potatoes. He also finds out about the secrets of the world’s oldest fabric.