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Born: 18 Dec, 1964
TV Series Starring Robson Green
Robson Green: Coastal Fishing
The actor searches for the tastiest fish in British waters, exploring distinct maritime cultures around the British Isles, examining the love of seafood that has kept the nation fed for centuries and how fish stocks can be preserved.
Age Before Beauty
Married to Wesley for 25 years, Bel has spent the last 18 years as a homemaker and mum to their twins, but having just waved them off to university, now has a void in her life. Enter Teddy , brother-in-law and long-time best friend, begging her to step in and rescue the family business - a down-at-heel beauty salon in Manchester's Northern Quarter.
Like Bel, it could do with a bit of a face-lift. And possibly a clear-out, since it employs her high-maintenance family: mother Ivy-Rae, sisters Leanne, Tina and Heidi.
Into the mix comes beautiful 20-something Personal Trainer Lorelei who seems to have caught Wes's eye... can Bel reconcile the demands of her business, her warring family and the problems in her marriage?
Tales from the Coast with Robson Green
The UK has one of the most varied coastal landscapes in the world, from sweeping sands and rugged cliffs, to mudflats and spits. It's home to colourful seaside towns and historic fishing villages, and in this new series, Tales from the Coast, Robson Green travels along some of its most fascinating stretches of coastline, to discover just what it is about the shoreline that continues to enthral and inspire.
In each of the four episodes, Robson will travel along a different stretch of coast, from the wild and remote Outer Hebrides and the unspoiled beaches of North Devon, to the remote islands of Pembrokeshire and the varied coastal landscape of Essex and Suffolk.
On his travels, Robson will take on exciting new experiences and meet people who share his passion for the British coast. He'll go wild camping in the Outer Hebrides, climb dramatic sea cliffs in the Bristol Channel, explore the hidden coves of South-West Wales and visit some of Britain's most wild and remote islands. He even unwittingly finds himself involved in a dramatic cliff top rescue - and makes the evening news.
During his journey, he hopes to find out how our coastline has influenced both the way we work and the way we spend our holidays, and how being an island nation has shaped the Britain we know today.
Robson Green's Coastal Lives
Following on from Tales From the Coast with Robson Green, the presenter returns with a six-part series that incorporates a property element as he explores coastal homes and building projects.
Set against the backdrop of the real hamlet of Grantchester, the drama focuses upon the life of Sidney Chambers, a charismatic, charming clergyman who turns investigative vicar when one of his parishioners dies in suspicious circumstances.
Robson Green: Extreme Fisherman
Not long ago, Robson Green was an enthusiastic amateur angler. For the last five years he's been on a fishing odyssey, experiencing fishing as he's never seen it before.
With the extreme fishing series moving from channel 5 to Quest, the title was changed to reflect that he is now one of the world's most experienced fishermen, rather than the mere amateur he was before, so in a brand new series, Robson is taking extreme fishing to a different level. This time, he will be using all the skills he's learned over the last five years - and testing himself to the limit to outwit the most extreme fish ever: the biggest, the weirdest, the most aggressive, the hardest to catch.
Tales from Northumberland
Robson Green explores the rich history and culture of his home county as he travels by land, sea and air, discovering the role Northumberland has played in shaping modern Britain.
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Robson's Extreme Fishing Challenge
This show follows Robson Green as he undertakes a round-the-world trip to experience some of the most extreme fishing destinations. Each week he also challenges local experts to five rounds of angling to see who can catch the biggest fish.
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