The 5 x 60 minute programs cover the story of evolution, from the beginning of time to where we find ourselves today - the individual program titles being Seas Of Life, Land Grab, Airborne, Living Together and Human Life.
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The 5 x 60 minute programs cover the story of evolution, from the beginning of time to where we find ourselves today - the individual program titles being Seas Of Life, Land Grab, Airborne, Living Together and Human Life.

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A good modern survey of the living world
29 August 2006 | by (Peterborough, Great Britain) – See all my reviews

The two discs contain five one-hour programs, plus some extra material.

Programs are as follows:

* Life in the sea, along with life's likely origins

* Life on land, several separate moves

* Life in the air - again, it happened more than once

* Animal relationships, predators and parasites and cooperators

* Human life - how we evolved and why chimps can't tie a shoelace.

Each is done nicely, starting with living creatures and then showing graphics of how they may have developed.

The same areas have been covered before, but this has more up-to-date knowledge and a presenter who is less pompous than the normal sort.


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