The programme follows Robson on his quest to explore a different stretch of the British coastline each week, from the remote Outer Hebrides to the often forgotten stunning landscapes of Essex.
Tonight, the singer-turned-actor-turned-documentary filmmaker heads to North Devon where he scales down the the scary cliffs of an island known to locals as The Devil’s Slide.
However, next week he’s joined by an “old friend”, who is revealed to be none other then Jerome – the other half of Robson & Jerome, who became the most unlikely chart sensation of the nineties and arguably launched the career of Simon Cowell.
"I spent five fantastic years working alongside Jerome on Soldier Soldier, we were great mates on screen and off, and we even had a few number one hits together," enthused Robson.
Robson & Jerome reunited after 20 years for ITV's Tales From The Coast
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I'm hoping Jerome can show me just what drew him to this part of the world
Tales From The Coast's Robson Green
"After years of living in London, Jerome moved to the Pembrokeshire coast in 2002. I'm hoping he can show me just what drew him to this part of the world."
Since scoring a string of number one singles, including a cover of Unchained Melody, which stayed at the top of the summit for seven weeks, both Robson and Jerome paved out successful careers on the small screen.
Jerome currently stars as Bronn in a little-known HBO series called Game of Thrones while Robson currently appears alongside James Norton in ITV drama Grantchester.
Robson, 52, recently admitted to Express.co.uk that he almost killed his rising co-star Norton while filming the upcoming third cycle.
Robson fronts new ITV series Tales From The Coast
Robson & Jerome were chart sensations in the 90s with a string of number one singles
The actor made headlines last year when he sent Norton flying into an adjacent river after throwing a bucket of cold water over his head in a disaster he insisted "wasn't meant to happen".
When asked about the aftermath of the prank, he gasped: "No, that wasn't a prank. That wasn't meant to happen. I s**t myself.
"Seriously, I thought I put one of the most up and coming, exciting, charismatic actors in f**king hospital."
Tales From The Coast airs tonight at 8pm on ITV.