Wild New World Episodes by date: April 2004

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April 2004

  • Tue 20 Apr

    • MAMMOTHS TO MANHATTAN

      6th of 6 part series dramatising the discovery of America. Programme shows how some of todays animals are adapted from their Ice Age cousins

      First broadcast: 07 Nov 2002

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  • Mon 19 Apr

    • AMERICAN SERENGETI

      5th in 6 part series dramatising the discovery of the New world. Mammoths, Cheetahs, Wolves, Bison, Short Faced bears & Lions once roamed the prairies.

      First broadcast: 31 Oct 2002

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  • Tue 13 Apr

    • EDGE OF THE ICE

      4th of 6 part series investigating the discovery of America. The Mastodon & Scimitar-toothed cat were amongst the animals living on the edge of the ice

      First broadcast: 24 Oct 2002

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  • Mon 12 Apr

    • ICE AGE OASIS

      3rd in 6 part series dramatising the discovery of North America. Florida used to be home to giant ground sloths, Glyptodonts, Sabre tooths & skunks.

      First broadcast: 17 Oct 2002

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  • Tue 6 Apr

    • CANYONLANDS

      2nd of 6 part series dramatising the arrival of people in America. Mammoths, Sabre-toothed cats and camels inhabit the area around the Grand Canyon

      First broadcast: 10 Oct 2002

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  • Mon 5 Apr

    • LAND OF THE MAMMOTH

      1st of 6 part series revealing the spectacular wildlife of North America as the first people to enter the continent would have seen it.

      First broadcast: 03 Oct 2002

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