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Coast: Holyhead to Liverpool


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2/8. On the rugged north Wales coast, we meet one of the longest living animals, learn how a shipwrecked child changed the way we practice medicine and reveal how pebbles make detectives of us all. Farther along, we find out how, in 1826, messages were sent from Holyhead to Liverpool in mere seconds. Presented by Neil Oliver. Series producer Steve Evanson ; Executive producer Gill Tierney
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Presented By: Neil Oliver.
Producer: Steve Evanson
Producer: Gill Tierney

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Coast: Holyhead to Liverpool

BBC Two England, 2 November 2006 20.00

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