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British Isles: a Natural History

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3/8. Ice Age. Polar bears in Scotland, hippos, lions and hyenas in London's Trafalgar Square and a mile-thick
- sheet of ice over Birmingham - Alan Titchmarsh travels back two million years to a time where winters lasting thousands of years alternated with unusually warm periods. He also gets under the skin of Neanderthal Man - literally, with the aid of make-up and prosthetics - and goes fishing in the North Sea for mammoth tusks.
At 9.50, local "landscape detectives" investigate how the Ice Age shaped their surroundings. Highlights of these regional snapshots are featured in British Isles: A User's Guide to Natural History at 10.50pm on BBC4.
Producer Mary Colwell ; Executive producer Michael Gunton BBC BOOK: to order British Isles: a Natural History in hardback for £17.99
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Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Producer: Mary Colwell
Producer: Michael Gunton

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British Isles: a Natural History

BBC One London, 13 October 2004 21.00






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