Former Royal Marine Arthur Williams walks across Britain to learn about World War II, including details of women who became spies, teenagers who went down the mines, and inventors who created new weapons used in the conflict.
Former Royal Marine Arthur Williams begins his adventure in the port city of Liverpool.
Arthur travels to South Devon to learn about the visitors that wound up in the region.
Arthur starts his walk at St Pauls Cathedral, which became the iconic symbol of the blitz, before learning how the blackout affected London's nightlife.
Arthur learns about the secret operations that occurred in Hampshire during the war.
Arthur's walks unearth the heroes and forgotten locations that took the nation to victory.
Arthur's journey ends in South Wales, the industrial heartland of wartime Britain.