Robson Green’s latest coastal docu-series explores the extraordinary lives and homes of people who live on Britain’s coastline, this week chatting to members of the community at Humberston Fitties in Lincolnshire.


Robson sets off to discover Humberston’s “unspoilt natural coastline”, stating “what it lacks for in ruggedness, it makes up for in charm”.

Chatting to different members of the community, he discovers their neighbourhood watch scheme and the differently styled chalets, from a vintage 1920s look to a brand new, modern chalet on the block. 


The importance of the site’s war history is prevalent and Robson seeks to discover the deep nostalgia of the nearby 100-year-old war forts used during both world wars.