A further collection of 21 broadcast talks on the BBC, made between 1936 and 1967. Ten of these were broadcast in the BBC’s Empire Service in 1938/39 and concern the countryside and farming. Four talks are about Williamson’s ongoing struggle to bring life back to the derelict farm in Norfolk that he had bought in 1937, while a later broadcast has the intriguing title ‘On Seeing Marilyn Monroe'.
The events in The Park are still fresh in their minds as Caris David & Mike head off for their latest adventure in the wild of Exmoor. They soon realise it is they who are the quarry as they are hunted across the moor by a legendary beast of immense power. The three friends will have to use their wits to get themselves out of this latest mess as the mist closes in, trapping them alone on The Moor.