Peter Owen Jones is an author, television presenter, and Anglican clergyman. He began his working life as a farm labourer in SE England and then ran a mobile disco before moving to London where he worked his way up in advertising to the post of creative director. He was ordained in the late 80s. After working as a parish priest for several years he presented various acclaimed BBC TV series, including 'Extreme Pilgrim', 'Around the World in 80 Faiths' and 'How To Live A Simple Life'. Since then he has contributed walks to the Sunday Times, and is also the author of many books including Letters From An Extreme Pilgrim.
'When we walk, we walk through two landscapes: an exterior land of trees, seas, cities, mountains and fields but we also follow the paths that lead into our own interior world.' This thoughtful, and beautifully written, book offers 21 circular walks. They span the length and breadth of the British Isles: Suffolk, Northamptonshire, Wiltshire, Wales, Staffordshire, Scotland, Sussex and Cornwall are just a few of the varied landscapes that they cover.