Clare walks to the Derbyshire village best known for its heroic approach to the bubonic plague in the 17th century.
The award-winning British-Iranian actor and comedian talks to him about his career in comedy, acting in films and why the Bahá'í faith is important to him.
Clare joins a group of women in Oxfordshire, who meet every year to remember their friend Catherine, who died of breast cancer at forty-five.
Clare is live from the Birmingham NEC where she finds out why The Tibetan Spaniel was a favourite dog with monks!
Clare joins a lively primary school walking club as they ramble through the Dorset countryside.