Archeologists find footprints (in one case literally) of prehistoric people in Britain from different ages, waves and paleontological qualifications, as early as 5000,000 BC, including Neanderthals ...
The discovery of tin and its amalgamation with copper to produce bronze kicked off a continental trade explosion which put the previously peripheral British isles, rich in both metals, at the center....
British history professor Robert Bartlett explains, mainly on historical sites and illustrated with authentic artifacts, the eventful history of the Normans, some of the Norse men (Vikings)... See full summary »
Sir Kenneth Clarke guides us through the ages exploring the glorious rise of civilisation in western man. Beginning with the bleakness of the dark ages to the present day, we consider ... See full summary »
The series aims to explore Irish history using the historical facts and evidence while charting the origin and impact of the numerous myths that have been passed off as history in the past.... See full summary »
In four chapters, largely based on and illustrated with archaeological finds and sites, Neil Oliver explains how, as far as is known, the Iron Age Celtic tribes known as the Ancient ... See full summary »
At the edge of Europe the British Isles is home to one of the world's richest collections of sacred sites. With stunning photography Sacred Wonders of Britain tells the stories of the ... See full summary »
informative and beautiful scenery, with a chance it will ripple through your heart and soul.
This series is brilliant. It moved me in many ways. I greatly appreciate the series and the information it contains. As it awakens and stirs the cell memories within. I really don't mind how many times Neil Oliver appears as it is his passions and information that makes it a great series. Many thanks to all whom contributed. There are things said and unsaid, the collective consciousness still resonates strongly. I make big crystal circles (and stone circles) because my heart wants to and when I watch these series I can feel the confirmation that there is a deep meaning behind it all. Thank you. I have not had the opportunity yet to walk Britain, Wales, Scotland and Ireland in this life yet when I watch these series I so long for it. Sincerely thank you.
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