Geography KS3 / GCSE: Physical Geography with Liz Bonnin

Science, wildlife and natural history presenter Liz Bonnin introduces some of her favourite geography clips from the BBC archive. These short films are perfect for exploring physical geography with your class.

Suitable for: KS3 and KS4 / GCSE geography in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and National 4/5 in Scotland.

Highlights include from this collection include:

  • An explanation of how Malham Cove and the limestone pavement formed
  • A look at the complex geology of the Grand Canyon
  • An exploration of the impact of plate tectonics on our oceans
  • An introduction to the effects of climate change in the UK
What is the water cycle?
video
How does a river change as it travels downstream?
video
The erosion of the Grand Canyon
video
What coastal management techniques are being used on Hayling Island?
video
What is a ‘spit’ and how does it form through longshore drift?
video
The geological significance of the Jurassic Coast
video
How has ice and other processes impacted the landscape of Yorkshire?
video
What does the North Norfolk coastline tell us about how glaciation shaped Britain?
video
Glaciation of the Northern Hemisphere
video
What evidence is there for a changing climate in the UK?
video
The continued impact of plate tectonics on our oceans
video
What can Anglesey tell us about the plate tectonics of Britain?
video
Deforestation and soya growth in Paraguay
video
The impacts of the 2014 floods on Somerset
video