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British Isles - A Natural History
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The British Isles DVD cover
Genre Documentary
Presented by Alan Titchmarsh
Country of origin  United Kingdom
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 8
Production
Location(s) Glastonbury, Somerset, England, UK
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel BBC
Original airing 29 September 2004
Status Ended


British Isles - A Natural History is an eight-part documentary series produced by the BBC Natural History Unit and presented by Alan Titchmarsh. Originally broadcast in the UK on BBC1 from September to November 2004, it took viewers on a journey from the formation of what is now the British Isles some 3 billion years ago to the present day, revealing how natural and human forces have shaped the landscape. Each of the 50-minute episodes was followed by a 10-minute short specific to each region of the country. In 2007, the BBC made a companion series about British wildlife called The Nature of Britain, also presented by Titchmarsh.

A 3-disc Region 2 and 4 DVD set (BBCDVD1506) featuring all eight episodes was released on 29 November 2004. Titchmarsh wrote an accompanying book, also called British Isles: A Natural History, and released by BBC Books on 1 October 2004. (ISBN 0-563-52162-7)

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British Isles - A Natural History is an eight-part documentary series produced by the BBC Natural History Unit and presented by Alan Titchmarsh. Originally broadcast in the UK on BBC1 from September to November 2004, it took viewers on a journey from the formation of what is now the British Isles some 3 billion years ago to the present day, revealing how natural and human forces have shaped the landscape. Each of the 50-minute episodes was followed by a 10-minute short specific to each region of the country. In 2007, the BBC made a companion series about British wildlife called The Nature of Britain, also presented by Titchmarsh.

A 3-disc Region 2 and 4 DVD set (BBCDVD1506) featuring all eight episodes was released on 29 November 2004. Titchmarsh wrote an accompanying book, also called British Isles: A Natural History, and released by BBC Books on 1 October 2004. (ISBN 0-563-52162-7)

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