Church bells from Kingston upon Hull.
Clare walks with Kelly and Carolyn and dogs Mel the border terrier and Kizzy the lurcher.
How a place bound to the sea and the globe developed its idea of Europe.
Will takes the coach from Middlesbrough to East Kilbride.
Mark visits Boston in Lincolnshire to see why the inhabitants have no need of a handbrake.
Alan Dein goes to Boston, Lincs to explore tensions caused by an influx of migrant workers
Will heads to Middlesbrough, where he learns about the booming digital scene.
Clare visits the Hopetoun Estate, just west of Edinburgh, to rejoin the Monday Walkers.
Lindsey Chapman explores the impact on theatre after Hull's year as UK City of Culture#.
Mark Steel visits Hull and performs a bespoke comedy show for the local residents.
Mark celebrates the Edinburgh suburb of Leith, including the legendary Leith Walk road.
Cathy FitzGerald meets hospice patients and staff in an award-winning documentary.
Featuring Sophie Herxheimer, an artist who collects and draws food stories.
from Front Row 14/06/2010
Mark Steel takes a trip to Edinburgh’s most notorious suburb - Leith.
Will Self's trip starts promisingly with a chance encounter with physicist Sir Peter Higgs
Piper Kathryn Tickell and jazz trombonist Hannabiell Sanders play the skyline of Newcastle
James Naughtie explores history through front page small ads.
Dan Saladino meets the people working to improve the food future of Newcastle.
Clare walks the third stretch of the route, from Alnmouth to Warkworth.
Tracey Emin on Margate