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Canal Walks with Julia Bradbury

Episode 2: The Worcester and Birmingham Canal

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four HD

Julia Bradbury walks along the Worcester and Birmingham Canal, the highlight of which is a two-mile flight of 30 locks which lower it by 220 feet. Show more

Iain Stewart visits places that gave birth to the earth's oil riches, discovers the people who fought over its control and explores how the need for oil is changing the planet. Show more

The Great British Year

Original Series

Episode 1: Winter

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four HD

Documentary showing Britain's changing look over the course of a year. Britain is in the grip of winter. Time-lapses show a magical country shrouded in frost and mist. Show more

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

on BBC Four HD

George McGavin investigates the dramatic life of the oak tree - a species that makes extraordinary transformations as it meets the challenges of the four seasons. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
George McGavin
Executive Producer:
Paul Sen
Producer:
Nic Stacey
Director:
Nic Stacey
Production Company:
Furnace Limited

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Summer 2011

Episode 1: The Man Who Forgot How to Read and Other Stories

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four HD

Alan Yentob meets clinical neurologist Dr Oliver Sacks. Through fascinating case studies, the film explores how humans see, not just with their eyes, but also with the mind. Show more

Iain Stewart visits places that gave birth to the earth's oil riches, discovers the people who fought over its control and explores how the need for oil is changing the planet. Show more

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