This TV documentary series was produced by the BBC back in 1986 and is about the people known as The Celts who lived in many areas of Europe around 2000 years ago.
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 Himself - Presenter 1 episode, 1987
Jorg Biel ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1987
Barry Cunliffe ...
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Richard Holmes ...
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Proinsias Mac Cana ...
 Himself 1 episode, 1987
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 Himself (Dr. Peter Reynolds) 1 episode, 1987
Peter Young ...
 Himself (Brigadier Peter Young) 1 episode, 1987
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This TV documentary series was produced by the BBC back in 1986 and is about the people known as The Celts who lived in many areas of Europe around 2000 years ago.

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14 May 1987 (UK)  »

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The Celts: Rich Traditions and Ancient Myths  »

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Besides performing some of the soundtrack music and the theme song, Enya also performs two musical numbers during the course of the series: "I Want Tomorrow" and "Aldebaran". The former shows the singer in a very out-of-character context: she plays an evil person with magic powers who goes around blowing up cars by pointing her finger. See more »

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To Go Beyond
Written by Enya
Performed by Enya
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Exceptional Presentation of Celtic History
20 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

Frank Delaney presents a wonderful documentary filled with scholarly commentary, enactments of Celtic life, stories from surviving Celtic people, visual displays of ancient artifacts and to-scale-models of ancient dwellings, and on location shots from historical places.

The beginning opens at Hallstatt, Austria, the oldest archaeological site containing remnants of the Celtic people, and proceeds from there with a historical narrative considering their origins, continued migration across Europe, their eventual concentration in the northwest corner of Europe, and final migration to America. This is a well done piece on the people who truly are the Fathers of Europe.


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