Podcast: Explore a mysterious ancient Wansdyke in Wiltshire – plus listen to stunning spring birdsong

Take a wonderful spring walk in bluebells woods and across the Wessex Downs in search of the Wansdyke – a mysterious earthwork that runs for 40 miles across the landscape


Roam the woods and downs of ancient Wiltshire in search of the Wansdyke – the Hadrian’s Wall of southern England dug in Arthurian times to defend the south west from Saxon attackers.

Cricklade North Meadow
Bluebells on forest floor
Bluebells growing beside a woodland path with spring sunlight on the greenery beneath the trees. A low angle view of a woodland in Northern England. (Getty)

Plus enjoy glorious birdsong and butterflies as spring truly emerges on this glorious escape into beautiful British countryside.