The Frankincense Trail - Netflix

Kate Humble makes an epic two thousand mile journey across the Middle East, following the ancient frankincense trade route of Arabia which first connected the Arab world with the West.

The Frankincense Trail - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2009-08-27

The Frankincense Trail - Kate Humble - Netflix

Katherine Humble (born 12 December 1968) is an English television presenter and narrator, mainly working for the BBC, specialising in wildlife and science programmes. Humble served as President of the RSPB from 2009 until 2013.

The Frankincense Trail - Personal life - Netflix

Humble is married to the television producer Ludo Graham. They first met when she was aged 16, and married in Newbury, Berkshire, in 1992, when she was 23. In 2010, they moved from Chiswick, West London, to the village of Trellech in the Wye Valley, where they had wanted to live for “a very long time”. Humble now owns her own farm after working on Lambing Live. She has a sheep called Humble, named after her, that currently lives with her friend and co-worker Adam Henson. Humble reacted to public criticism on ITV's Lorraine about her dislike for having children stating that “I don’t want them, I’ve never wanted them”. She expressed a similar sentiment in the first episode of her Living with Nomads television series when she said “...when you've got little things like these...” referring to a Raute little girl. Humble is a naturist who “likes to get closer to nature by being naked”. About being naked, she says “There's something joyous about it, and I urge everyone to try it”. Humble is an honorary graduate of the Open University. She is a beekeeper and a member of the British Beekeepers Association.

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