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Meetings with Remarkable Trees

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2010-01-27 20:50:00
The Handkerchief Tree: A profile of British trees, presented by Thomas Pakenham. The pride of Rowallane Garden outside Belfast is the Davidia Involucrata, or the Handkerchief tree.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2009-04-08 22:20:00
The Boathouse Willow: Significant British trees. This programme looks at a golden weeping willow that may have inspired Kenneth Grahame, author of The Wind in the Willows.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2009-04-08 21:20:00
The Boathouse Willow: Significant British trees. This programme looks at a golden weeping willow that may have inspired Kenneth Grahame, author of The Wind in the Willows.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2009-03-16 20:30:00
Landscape designer Stephen Woodhams takes a look at a willow on the riverbank at the foot of Kenneth Grahame's boathouse. Did it inspire the title of The Wind in the Willows?

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2009-03-01 22:00:00
The Ginkgo is a survivor of the Ice Age and the oldest known tree species in the world today. Its pungent aroma has seen it banned from many public areas in the USA.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2009-02-28 21:00:00
The Ginkgo is a survivor of the Ice Age and the oldest known tree species in the world today. Its pungent aroma has seen it banned from many public areas in the USA.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-08-26 21:00:00
The Kew Gingko: A look at the ginkgo at Kew Gardens, one of the oldest known tree species, and one of only five trees at Kew still alive that was planted when the gardens first opened.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-08-26 20:00:00
The Kew Gingko: A look at the ginkgo at Kew Gardens, one of the oldest known tree species, and one of only five trees at Kew still alive that was planted when the gardens first opened.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-07-04 20:00:00
Christ College Cambridge celebrate the great Mulberry Tree in the Fellows Garden which supplies the college with jam and mulberry ice-cream.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-07-04 19:00:00
Christ College Cambridge celebrate the great Mulberry Tree in the Fellows Garden which supplies the college with jam and mulberry ice-cream.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-06-27 01:00:00
10/10. The Squire's Walking Stick: Featuring Ireland's tallest oak tree, which stands in the grounds of Tullynally Castle and was originally intended to supply timber to the British Navy.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-06-26 23:00:00
10/10. The Squire's Walking Stick: Featuring Ireland's tallest oak tree, which stands in the grounds of Tullynally Castle and was originally intended to supply timber to the British Navy.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-05-25 19:00:00
Monkey Puzzle: Botanist Chris Page takes a closer look at the origins and history of the monkey puzzle tree and how it came to the British Isles.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-05-25 18:00:00
Monkey Puzzle: Botanist Chris Page takes a closer look at the origins and history of the monkey puzzle tree and how it came to the British Isles.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-05-18 19:00:00
The Boathouse Willow: Landscape designer Stephen Woodhams visits the willow at the bottom of Kenneth Graham's boathouse. Was this the actual tree that inspired Wind in the Willows?

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-05-18 18:00:00
The Boathouse Willow: Landscape designer Stephen Woodhams visits the willow at the bottom of Kenneth Graham's boathouse. Was this the actual tree that inspired Wind in the Willows?

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-05-03 18:00:00
The Pitchford Lime: Britain's largest broadleaf lime tree contains a Rococo-style tree house that, over the years, has played host to Queen Victoria and assorted amorous aristocrats.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-04-27 02:15:00
The Handkerchief Tree: The pride of Rowallane Garden outside Belfast is the Davidia Involucrata, or the Handkerchief tree with its large white bracts that appear for just a few days a year.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-04-27 00:15:00
The Handkerchief Tree: The pride of Rowallane Garden outside Belfast is the Davidia Involucrata, or the Handkerchief tree with its large white bracts that appear for just a few days a year.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-04-26 18:00:00
The Duke's Wellingtonia: The Duke of Wellington explains how the Duke's Wellingtonia, an American redwood, got its name and why Anglo-American relations declined as a result.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-04-12 18:00:00
The Yew at Much Marcle: A look at the 2000 year old hollow yew tree which stands in the grounds of St Bartholomew's Church in Much Marcle, Herefordshire.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2008-01-17 19:30:00
Milton's Mulberry: A celebration of the great mulberry tree which stands in the Fellow's Garden of Christ's College, Cambridge. Alma mater of poet John Milton.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-10-05 23:20:00
Monkey Puzzle: Chris Page reveals the story of a tree whose arrival in Europe from South America may well have been the result of a botanist pocketing the remains of his dessert.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-08-26 21:25:00
The Boathouse Willow: Part of the 100 Years of Wildlife Films season, Stephen Woodhams visits the willow at Kenneth Graham's boathouse. Was this the tree that inspired Wind in the Willows?

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-08-05 21:50:00
The Dunkeld Douglas Fir: At 212ft, the Douglas Fir in Perthshire is Britain's tallest tree, yet it is only 150 years old.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-08-05 20:50:00
The Dunkeld Douglas Fir: At 212ft, the Douglas Fir in Perthshire is Britain's tallest tree, yet it is only 150 years old.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-07-08 19:00:00
The Yew at Much Marcle: A look at the 2000 year old hollow yew tree which stands in the grounds of St Bartholomew's Church in Much Marcle, Herefordshire.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-05-12 19:50:00
Boathouse Willow: Stephen Woodhams takes a look at a willow situated on the riverbank at the foot of Kenneth Grahame's boathouse, was this the tree that inspired The Wind in the Willows?

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-05-12 18:50:00
Boathouse Willow: Stephen Woodhams takes a look at a willow situated on the riverbank at the foot of Kenneth Grahame's boathouse, was this the tree that inspired The Wind in the Willows?

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-04-24 19:00:00
The Kew Ginkgo: The Ginkgo Biloba, or Maidenhair tree is one the oldest trees at Kew. Originating from China, extracts of the tree are used as an ingredient for Chinese herbal medicine.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-04-24 18:00:00
The Kew Ginkgo: The Ginkgo Biloba, or Maidenhair tree is one the oldest trees at Kew. Originating from China, extracts of the tree are used as an ingredient for Chinese herbal medicine.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-04-17 19:00:00
The Handkerchief Tree: The pride of Rowallane Garden outside Belfast is the Davidia Involucrata, or the Handkerchief tree with its large white bracts that appear for just a few days a year.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-04-07 19:00:00
Milton's Mulberry: A celebration of the great mulberry tree which stands in the Fellow's Garden of Christ's College, Cambridge. Alma mater of poet John Milton.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2007-04-07 18:00:00
Milton's Mulberry: A celebration of the great mulberry tree which stands in the Fellow's Garden of Christ's College, Cambridge. Alma mater of poet John Milton.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-10-21 19:00:00
10/10. The Squire's Walking Stick: Featuring Ireland's tallest oak tree, which stands in the grounds of Tullynally Castle and was originally intended to supply timber to the British Navy.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-10-21 18:00:00
10/10. The Squire's Walking Stick: Featuring Ireland's tallest oak tree, which stands in the grounds of Tullynally Castle and was originally intended to supply timber to the British Navy.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-10-14 19:00:00
Monkey Puzzle: Chris Page reveals the story of a tree whose arrival in Europe from South America may well have been the result of a botanist pocketing the remains of his dessert.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-10-14 18:00:00
Monkey Puzzle: Chris Page reveals the story of a tree whose arrival in Europe from South America may well have been the result of a botanist pocketing the remains of his dessert.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-30 19:00:00
7/8. The Pitchford Lime: Britain's largest broadleaf lime tree contains a Rococo-style tree house that, over the years, has played host to Queen Victoria and assorted amorous aristocrats.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-30 18:00:00
7/8. The Pitchford Lime: Britain's largest broadleaf lime tree contains a Rococo-style tree house that, over the years, has played host to Queen Victoria and assorted amorous aristocrats.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-29 19:00:00
6/8. Dorchester Plane: A look at the magnificent London plane tree that stands like a doorman outside London's Dorchester Hotel.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-29 18:00:00
6/8. Dorchester Plane: A look at the magnificent London plane tree that stands like a doorman outside London's Dorchester Hotel.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-28 19:00:00
5/8. Monkey Puzzle: Chris Page reveals the story of a tree whose arrival in Europe from South America may well have been the result of a botanist pocketing the remains of his dessert.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-28 18:00:00
5/8. Monkey Puzzle: Chris Page reveals the story of a tree whose arrival in Europe from South America may well have been the result of a botanist pocketing the remains of his dessert.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-27 19:00:00
4/8. Milton's Mulberry: Christ College's mulberry tree was planted in the reign of Charles I to establish Britain's silk industry, but it has ended up supplying the college with jam.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-27 18:00:00
4/8. Milton's Mulberry: Christ College's mulberry tree was planted in the reign of Charles I to establish Britain's silk industry, but it has ended up supplying the college with jam.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-26 19:00:00
3/8. The Duke's Wellingtonia: The present Duke of Wellington reveals how a tree was named after his great-great-grandfather and why Anglo-American relations suffered as a result.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-26 18:50:00
The Kew Ginko: The Ginkgo is the oldest known tree species in the world today and probably the most important tree at Kew Gardens. Extract of the tree is an ingredient for Chinese herbal medicine.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-26 18:00:00
3/8. The Duke's Wellingtonia: The present Duke of Wellington reveals how a tree was named after his great-great-grandfather and why Anglo-American relations suffered as a result.

> Meetings with Remarkable Trees on BBC Four at 2006-09-25 19:00:00
2/8. The Tree Ferns at Rossdohan: Wildlife expert John Anderson goes hunting for the delicate and elusive tree ferns of New Zealand Maori folklore, famous as the emblem worn by the All Blacks.

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