Anna Grayson explores the rocks and landscapes of Britain. This week: Mull and lona, home of the oldest rocks in the country; and a trip to the spectacular
Fingal's Cave, the outcome of a recent event - the birth of the Atlantic.
by Chris Allen.
6: While Warren is obsessed with opening his Amusement Arcade and selling his ancient Egyptian death masks, Angela has been swamped with unordered copies of Ivanhoe from her book club.
Meanwhile, the local churchyard has been vandalised. Now Gareth is being attacked by thugs in Market Square. Ray goes to the rescue....
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