Cornwall has plenty of beautiful scenery - and just about all of it rugged, from the tors on Dartmoor to the cliff paths that skirt its coast.
Cornwall is steeped in history, for it was part of ancient Britain and, like Wales, long resisted the English invaders. It has its own language, now nearly extinct though efforts are being made to revive it, and Cornish culture is quite distinctive.
Many of Cornwall's sites revolve around the countless saints who lived here - holy wells, chapels and monasteries. Others concern legends such as King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, for Arthur's birthplace is here and so is the scene of his last battle.
We hope to bring you many more films of this fascinating county, but to begin with we visit Tintagel Castle.