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Glacial postcard

Duration: 04:09

Ice age remnants tell of the glacial past before Britain was separated from Europe. The catastrophic flood that first separated us happened between a quarter and half a million years ago, but the final break was not until 8,000 years ago. This programme was first shown in 1997.

Available since: Mon 29 Nov 2010

Credits

Presenter
Anna Grayson
Camera Operator
Geoffrey Lee
Camera Operator
John Oaten
Camera Operator
Rick Price
Camera Operator
Martin Singleton
Camera Operator
Chris Sugden-Smith
Camera Operator
Mark Yates
Writer
Roger Jones
Writer
Anna Grayson
Producer
Roger Jones

This clip is from

Natural World 1996-1997, Postcards from the Past

The British Isles has made a pole to pole journey taking three billion years to complete.

First broadcast: 16 Mar 1997

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