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British Isles: A Natural History

Alan Titchmarsh unravels the epic story of the evolution of the British Isles.

Listen to Alan's interview on Radio 5 Live.

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Where I Live - take a walk through time
Uncover your natural past through a series of specially devised walks by BBC presenters and experts throughout the British Isles.

Seven Sisters, East Sussex

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Search through our database to find all the info on sites featured in the series or events being held in your area. natural history

Learn more about our natural history
Uncover the rocks beneath your feet with the Geology Toolkit, unravel the mysteries of climate change and biodiversity, and get involved in a national survey with the Great Snail Hunt.

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 TV Programmes - BBC One

3 Billion Years in the Making
Programme 1

Dinosaurs, Deserts and Volcanoes
Programme 2

Ice Age
Programme 3

Islands Apart
Programme 4

Taming the Wild
Programme 5

Programme 6

Modern Times
Programme 7

Our Future
Programme 8

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