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Iain Stewart
Earth: The Power of the Planet
From Sunday 6 January, 10pm on BBC Four

Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of how Earth works and how, over the course of 4.6 billion years, it came to be the remarkable place it is today.
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See the power of the planet for yourself and choose from 57 specially devised geological walks around the UK.
 TV programmes – BBC Four
Volcano
Sunday 6 January 10pm

Atmosphere
Sunday 13 January 10pm

Ice
Sunday 20 January 10pm

Oceans
Sunday 10 February 10pm

Rare Earth
Sunday 17 February 10pm

 Elsewhere on the web

Earth: The Power of the Planet
The University of Plymouth's website about the series.

Earth Man
Biography of Iain Stewart.

Open2.net's Geology Toolkit
What are the Pennines really made of? Where can you see limestone pavements? Find out here.

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