The Hexham-born star is returning for a third instalment of the popular programme, which showcases the beauty and diversity of the county.
And the series opener, to be screened on ITV One at 8pm, is an action-packed affair, as the 51-year-old takes to the skies to catch a bird's-eye view of Northumberland, flying a glider over the Cheviots, in a helicopter over Kirkharle and looking down on a collection of 350 combine harvesters at Battle Bridge Farm, just outside of Alnwick.
In each episode of the weekly, eight-part third series, Robson will tackle a different journey through Northumberland, including hiking the Pennine Way and following the route of the River Tyne. Along the way he’ll tell the stories of the people and landmarks he encounters on his travels.
The third series sees Robson take on exciting new experiences, including sailing a 100-year-old tall ship in the North Sea, fell running in the Cheviots, leading The Rothbury Highland Pipe Band in a commemorative parade through the village, taking a tour round The Alnwick Garden's Poison Garden with The Duchess of Northumberland and ringing osprey chicks in Kielder Forest.
He’ll also uncover the stories behind Northumberland’s fascinating history, traditions and wildlife - including tales of Britain’s oldest working lifeboat station, seafaring explorers and Anglo-Saxon kings.