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Landscape Mysteries

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-06-02 19:30:00
8/8. The Terraces of Avalon: Professor Aubrey Manning explores whether there is a connection between the terraces on Glastonbury Tor and the myths and legends which permeate this area.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-26 19:30:00
7/8. The Riddle of the Yorkshire Tracks: Professor Aubrey Manning discovers how the now-deserted coastline south of Whitby was once dominated by Britain's first chemical industry.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-26 18:30:00
7/8. The Riddle of the Yorkshire Tracks: Professor Aubrey Manning discovers how the now-deserted coastline south of Whitby was once dominated by Britain's first chemical industry.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-25 19:00:00
5/8. The Tower People of Shetland: Documentary exploring the history of Britain's landscape. Aubrey Manning investigates the brochs, mysterious stone towers which once stood in Shetland.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-25 18:00:00
5/8. The Tower People of Shetland: Documentary exploring the history of Britain's landscape. Aubrey Manning investigates the brochs, mysterious stone towers which once stood in Shetland.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-19 19:30:00
6/8. The Abandoned Marsh: Documentary exploring the history of Britain's landscape. Prof Aubrey Manning sets out to discover why Romney Marsh in Kent is now such a deserted area.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-19 18:30:00
6/8. The Abandoned Marsh: Documentary exploring the history of Britain's landscape. Prof Aubrey Manning sets out to discover why Romney Marsh in Kent is now such a deserted area.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-12 19:30:00
5/8. The Tower People of Shetland: Documentary exploring the history of Britain's landscape. Aubrey Manning investigates the brochs, mysterious stone towers which once stood in Shetland.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-12 18:30:00
5/8. The Tower People of Shetland: Documentary exploring the history of Britain's landscape. Aubrey Manning investigates the brochs, mysterious stone towers which once stood in Shetland.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-05 19:30:00
4/8. Secrets of the Flood: Documentary series about prehistoric Britain. Professor Aubrey Manning finds out about the land that has been lost to the sea since the end of the last Ice Age.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-05-05 18:30:00
4/8. Secrets of the Flood: Documentary series about prehistoric Britain. Professor Aubrey Manning finds out about the land that has been lost to the sea since the end of the last Ice Age.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-04-28 19:30:00
2/8. Britain Before the Ice: Britain's early history. Aubrey Manning finds out what Britain might have been like before the last ice age, looking to a 29,000-year-old skeleton for clues.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-04-28 18:30:00
2/8. Britain Before the Ice: Britain's early history. Aubrey Manning finds out what Britain might have been like before the last ice age, looking to a 29,000-year-old skeleton for clues.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-04-21 19:30:00
1/8. In Search of Irish Gold: Documentary series exploring Britain's landscape before the last ice age. Aubrey Manning goes in search of a lost Eldorado on the Emerald Isle.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Four at 2009-04-21 18:30:00
1/8. In Search of Irish Gold: Documentary series exploring Britain's landscape before the last ice age. Aubrey Manning goes in search of a lost Eldorado on the Emerald Isle.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2009-03-08 14:00:00
Open University. In Search of Irish Gold: Documentary exploring Britain's landscape before the last ice age. Aubrey Manning goes in search of a lost Eldorado on the Emerald Isle.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2009-02-27 16:30:00
Open University. The Tower People of Shetland. In Shetland, on the far edge of Europe, a series of monumental stone towers, called Brochs, once dominated the landscape. Aubrey Manning investigates.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2008-10-25 03:05:00
Open University. In Search of Irish Gold: Spectacular hoards show that Bronze Age people in Ireland had access to large quantities of gold but where did it all come from?

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2008-10-25 02:05:00
Open University. In Search of Irish Gold: Spectacular hoards show that Bronze Age people in Ireland had access to large quantities of gold but where did it all come from?

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2008-09-30 19:30:00
Open University. - The Terraces of Avalon: Aubrey Manning investigates the origin of a series of stepped terraces on Glastonbury Tor.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2008-09-30 18:30:00
Open University. - The Terraces of Avalon: Aubrey Manning investigates the origin of a series of stepped terraces on Glastonbury Tor.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2007-03-09 06:00:00
Open University. Secrets of the Flood: In the Solent off the south coast of England, objects are coming to light at low tide which suggest communities once lived in a lost landscape.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-12-10 04:30:00
Open University. The Abandoned Marsh: On the Romney Marsh in Kent, there are ruined churches in the middle of fields, and tales of towns lost at sea. Aubrey Manning finds out what happened.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-12-10 03:30:00
Open University. Secrets of the Flood: In the Solent off the south coast of England, objects are coming to light at low tide which suggest communities once lived in a lost landscape.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-12-10 02:00:00
Open University. In Search of Irish Gold: Spectacular hoards show that Bronze Age people in Ireland had access to large quantities of gold but where did it all come from?

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-09-23 05:30:00
Open University. - The Terraces of Avalon: Aubrey Manning investigates the origin of a series of stepped terraces on Glastonbury Tor.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-09-23 04:30:00
Open University. - The Terraces of Avalon: Aubrey Manning investigates the origin of a series of stepped terraces on Glastonbury Tor.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-09-16 05:30:00
Open University. The Riddle of the Yorkshire Tracks: Strange grooves in the rocks on the Yorkshire coast are the starting point for an investigation into a story from Britain's industrial past.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-09-09 05:30:00
Open University. The Abandoned Marsh: On the Romney Marsh in Kent, there are ruined churches in the middle of fields, and tales of towns lost at sea. Aubrey Manning finds out what happened.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-09-02 05:30:00
Open University. The Tower People of Shetland: In Shetland a series of monumental stone towers, called Brochs, once dominated the landscape. But their origins are a mystery.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-08-12 05:30:00
Open University. Figures in the Chalk: Aubrey Manning explores the history of the chalk landscape through thousands of years of human settlement.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-08-05 05:30:00
Open University. In Search of Irish Gold: Documentary exploring Britain's landscape before the last ice age. Aubrey Manning goes in search of a lost Eldorado on the Emerald Isle.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-08-05 04:30:00
Open University. In Search of Irish Gold: Documentary exploring Britain's landscape before the last ice age. Aubrey Manning goes in search of a lost Eldorado on the Emerald Isle.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-03-26 04:30:00
Open Science. The Terraces of Avalon: One of the mysteries surrounding Glastonbury has been the origin of a series of stepped terraces on the Tor. Aubrey Manning investigates.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-03-12 05:30:00
Open Science. The Abandoned Marsh: On the Romney Marsh, there are ruined churches as well as tales of towns lost at sea. Aubrey sets out to find out what happened to these lost communities.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-03-05 05:30:00
Open University. The Tower People of Shetland. In Shetland, on the far edge of Europe, a series of monumental stone towers, called Brochs, once dominated the landscape. Aubrey Manning investigates.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2006-02-26 05:30:00
Open University. Secrets of the Flood: In the Solent, objects are coming to light at low tide which suggest communities once lived in a lost landscape now covered by the sea.

> Landscape Mysteries on BBC Two at 2005-09-01 23:00:00
In Search of Irish Gold: Bronze Age people in Ireland had access to large amounts of gold, but where did they find it? Professor Aubrey Manning seeks clues to uncover a lost Irish Eldorado.

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