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Bellamy's Europe

Ten films presenting a personal View of the European countryside 9: No Man's Land
A political boundary can have an important spin-off as a refuge for nature. David Bellamy visits the great primeval forest of Bialowieza, on the Polish and Russian border, which has remained virtually untouched for 8,000 years. It is home to the European Bison and a host of fascinating plants and animals.
Director ANNA JACKSON
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title), £1.75 from bookshops
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe: 1: Vive la difference!

A series of ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside.
Only 22 miles of water separate the South of England from the North of France. You might expect them to share the same plants and animals, but there are many differences. Why do the Edible Frog and the Salamander prefer France, and why are the Yew and Ivy more at home over here?
David Bellamy sets out, Captain Webb style, to solve these and other mysteries.
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe: 5: The Sea that Lost its Savour

A series of ten films.
In the Baltic it is possible to catch fresh and salt water fish in the same net. David Bellamy visits this strange sea, where the plants and animals struggle to adapt to different degrees of saltiness.
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe

The third of ten films
Coming Down the Mountainside
David Bellamy emerges from a frozen lake near the summit of the Dolomites to examine life at the top, where small really is beautiful. How does nature" adapt to meet the changing environment on the way down the mountain, and can the beauty of the Dolomites survive the tourist pressure?
Director ANNA JACKSON
Producer MIKE weatherley
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe

Ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside 8: One Small Corner
The bergamot is not a well-known fruit in Britain, yet most of us smell its essence every day-its oil is an important ingredient in most good perfumes, colognes and after-shave lotions. David Bellamy visits Reggio Calabria in the toe of Italy which is the only place in. Europe where the bergamot can be successfully grown, and on his journey he discovers a thriving cottage silk industry and rare cheese produced from the milk of water buffalo.
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title), £1.75, at bookshops from 2 September
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe

Ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside by David Bellamy. 6: Doge City
Once Venice was said to be the greenest city in Europe, now many of its magnificent gardens are gone and the few remnants are mostly wilderness. But the nature-lover has much to discover among the campos and canals of the city usually visited for its art treasures.
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
BBC Two England

Bellamy's Britain

An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy Underground
The substantial part of our country which we don't usually see - excavated by man in his search for the resources he needs, and by natural factors to produce caves and caverns in which colourless creatures make their home.
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe

A series of ten films
5: One Small Corner
The bergamot is not a well-known fruit in Britain, yet most of us smell its essence every day-its oil is an important ingredient in most good perfumes, colognes and after-shave lotions. David Bellamy visits Reggio Calabria in the toe of Italy which is the only place in Europe where the bergamot can be successfully grown, and on his journey he discovers a thriving cottage silk industry and a rare cheese produced from the milk of water buffalo.
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe

The ninth of ten films
The Sea that Lost its Savour
In the Baltic it is possible to catch fresh and salt water fish in the same net. David Bellamy visits this strange sea, where the plants and animals struggle to adapt to different degrees of saltiness.
Director ANNA JACKSON
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
BBC Two England

Bellamy's Britain

An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy The Borders
A man-made, ordered landscape, once a battlefield, for centuries the subject of fierce disputes. Today the strife continues as different species of wildlife struggle for survival.
Producer MIKE WEATHERLET
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe

The fourth of ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside by David Bellamy. " Doge City
Once Venice was said to be the greenest city in Europe, now many of its magnificent gardens are gone and the few remnants are mostly wilderness. But the nature lover has much to discover among the campos and canals of the city usually visited for its art treasures... Film-editor john BILLINGHA)*-".
Producer MIKE weatherley XSepeat)
Book {same, title), £1.75, from bookshop*
BBC Two England

Bellamy's Britain

An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy It All Comes Out in the Wash
In the 17th century, The Gentlemen Adventurers conquered the age-old enemy of the East Anglians - too much water and too few hills - creating a unique man-made landscape.
Seriesfilmeditorjohnbillingham Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe: 2: Coming Down the Mountain

Ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside.
David Bellamy emerges from a frozen lake near the summit of the Dolomites to examine life at the top, where small really is beautiful. How does nature adapt to meet the changing environment on the way down the mountain, and can the beauty of the Dolomites survive the tourist pressure?
Book (same title), £1.75, from bookshops
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe: 1: Vive la Difference

Ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside.
Only 22 miles of water separate the South of England from the North of France. You might expect them to share the same plants and animals, but there are many differences. Why do the edible frog and the salamander prefer France and why are the yew and ivy more at home over here? David Bellamy sets out, Captain Webb style, to solve these and other mysteries,
Book (same title), £1.75, from bookshops
BBC Two England

Bellamy's Britain

An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy Shingle, Salt and Silt
Hopping sea-weeds, the great shingle banks and the creation of new arable land from salt marshes are features of this story of evolution on the sea fringe.
Director BRIAN DAUBNEY
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title), 11.00, from bookshops
BBC One London

Bellamy's Europe

Ten films presenting a personal view of the European countryside by David Bellamy
7: The Gardens of Atlantis?
The Island of Crete is a riot of colour when the spring flowers bloom, but in 1500 BC it lay beneath a choking blanket of dust when the nearby island of Santorini blew its top and devastated the Minoan civilisation.
Could Crete be the lost island of Atlantis and do its plants provide any evidence to support this theory?
Film editor JOHN BILLINGHAM
Producer mike weatherley
Book (same title), 11.75, from bookshops
BBC Two England

Bellamy's Britain

An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy Go West
The Gulf Stream is one American influence we can't do without', and it produces some very strange effects in the western parts of our islands.
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
Book (same title), fl.00, from bookshops
BBC One London

Bellamy'sEurope

A series of ten films
8: No Man's Land
A political boundary can have an important spin-off as a refuge for nature. David Bellamy visits the great primeval forest of Bialowieza on the Polish and Russian border, which has remained virtually untouched for 8,000 years. It is the home of the European bison and a host of fascinating plants and animals.
Director ANNA JACKSON
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
BBC Two England

Bellamy's Britain

An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy 1: North by East
A 250-million-year-old ridge of limestone gives this area a unique flora, but man also has a use for it. How is this conflict being resolved?
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY
BBC Two England

Bellamy's Britain

An exploration of the British countryside by David Bellamy Up the Arctic
An alpine refuge with mature trees only three inches high and with animals which camouflage themselves for the hard, white winter ahead - the location of the nearest we have in Britain to a glacier.
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY






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