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25 April 2008

Friday 25 April 2008 15:45-16:00 (Radio 4 FM)


Dr Robert Prescott searches for the final resting place of the ship aboard which Charles Darwin began to formulate the ideas which would eventually become his theory of evolution.

Prescott and his team return to their base in St Andrews to analyse the samples from the site in the Essex marshes where they believe the timbers of HMS Beagle lie. As he waits for the results of the analysis, he reflects on the significance of the little ship.

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Hunting the Beagle

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