Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable, audiobook edition of Walking Home, by Clare Balding.
In Clare Balding's family, walking just took too long - she galloped through the countryside and she galloped through life. Then, in 1999, Clare took a call from a BBC producer looking for a presenter for a new radio series. 'Do you walk?' she asked. 'Well, I walk the dog . . .'
That series, Ramblings, is still going strong - and Clare's caught the walking bug. Now she wants her family to share some of that pleasure. Her and her brother Andrew are determined to conquer the Wayfarer's Walk, a 71 mile route. What could possibly go wrong?
Brilliant, magical, unmissable
Who needs politicians agonising about national and regional identities? Clare Balding has effortlessly encapsulated all we love best about Britain
Clare Balding would be the ideal surrogate sister or auntie. The joy of this book is Balding's sheer rapture for life, movement and never shutting up about it
Balding has won over the literary world with her two volumes of autobiography
Even the most reluctant of walkers will be tempted to don wellies after reading Clare's wonderful descriptions... effortless charm
The broadcaster turned children's author reveals her favourite fictional character, her love of Black Beauty and what inspired her to start writing for a younger audience.
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