76. THE MAKING OF THE BRITISH LANDSCAPE: FROM THE ICE AGE TO THE PRESENT

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Nicholas Crane will describe the evolution of the British countryside over twelve millennia, from the times of Mesolithic adventurers to modern day farmers. The President of the Royal Geographical Society, and lead presenter of BBC’s COAST, will show how climate change and population growth have been key drivers of change and present a new narrative describing the ancient relationship between people and their land.