I think we should leave it Harland to post the answers
it is his thread
Thanks Ern, especially as the BBC site is no longer available! But I think the answers are having altered some of my previous typos(not sure about 11 but I think that it is right):-
1. Walk runs from St. Bees to which village on the North Sea Coast.
Answer: Robin Hood's Bay and not as the sign outside the The White Swan at Danby Wiske shows "ROBINHOODS BAY"
2. Travelling west to east the route ascends it's first summit at over 1100 feet after leaving the village of Cleator. What is the name of this fell.
Answer: Dent Hill
3. The route passes a ruined farmhouse built for Lord Wharton's gamekeeper but abandoned in the 1950s that stands above the confluence of Swinner Gill and the River Swale, what is the house called.
Answer: Crackpot Hall
4. By what name is the rock outcrop on the summit of Helm Crag popularly called because of their animal shape when viewed from below.
Answer: The Lion and the lamb
5. The monument at Black Dub commemorates Charles II and his army drinking from a beck in 1651, what is the name of the beck.
Answer: River Lyvennet
6. After Ingleby Cross the route is shared by the Cleveland Way and which other long distance path associated with coffin carrying across the North York Moors.
Answer: Lyke Wake Walk
7. White Cross on Danby High Moor is also called by what name because of it's ungainly appearance.
Answer: Fat Betty
8. Which former Shepherd's Bothy at the head of Ennerdale does Wainwright describe as the most loneliest and romantic of youth hostels.
Answer: Black Sail Hut
9. What is the name of the old footbridge over the River Eden by which the route leaves Kirkby Stephen.
Answer: Frank's Bridge
10. The tall cairns on a Rigg near Hartley were built by local legend to convince marauding Scots to believe that there was an English army camping there. What is that Rigg called.
Answer: Nine Standards Rigg
11. What is the name of the dismantled branch of the North Eastern Railway and follows for several miles around the northern end of Farndale
Answer: Rosedale Ironstone Railway
12 Between Grasmere and Patterdale there are 2 high level alternative routes, one by Helvelyn and Striding Edge the other across which Crag.
Answer: Saint Sunday Crag
13. Shap Abbey stands on the banks of which river.
Answer: River Lowther
14. The approximate half way point reaches which village in Upper Swaledale which according to Wainwright there is always the music of the river.
15. The ravines that the route passes near Gunnerside Gill were deliberately created by the release of water to remove the topsoil to expose the minerals below. What is the local term used for them.
16. What is the name of the jumble of boulders and pinnacles popular with rock climbers on Hasty Bank before the route continues to Clay Bank Top.
Answer: Wain Stones
If I have got any wrong then I am sure someone will let me know!