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Making Scotland's Landscape

  • 2010
  • Documentary and factual
  • News and current affairs

Summary

"Making Scotland's Landscape" is a documentary series that finds Professor Iain Stewart taking a fresh look at the country's natural beauty. He explores a different theme each week - trees, earth, sea, water and climate - and reveals how man has combined with these elements to make the land we know today. In Scotland's Trees, he considers the demise of the country's forests, using a group of protected islands at Loch Maree in Wester Ross as a starting point. In The Land, Stewart explores the effect humankind has had on the landscape of the Highlands. The Sea examines how public opinion shaped the fate of Scotland's marine life. Scotland's Waters traces the origins of the country's waters back to the last ice age; and the final episode, The Climate, considers how Scottish scientists and engineers contributed to climate change. It premiered on BBC One Scotland in 2010.

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