The Industrial Landscape. In 1939, the Luftwaffe secretly photographed the backbone of the British economy - its industrial heartlands.
First shown on BBC2
8.00 Untamed Britain. Andrew Marr takes a trip down the Great Glen Fault in the Highlands to explore the origins of the region, 400 million years ago.
First shown on BBC1
1/3. An insight into life on and around the ancient river, from primitive fish to the host of creatures that forage in the surrounding forests.
10.50 2/3. A journey into Africa's
"heart of darkness" with the BaAka pygmies, who go in search of a fabled dinosaur-like monster.
11.40 3/3. Investigating the theory that humanity's origins lie in the jungle, home to three of mankind's closest simian relatives.
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