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01Geology2008040520080406

Six hundred million years ago Ireland didn't exist. Caroline Nolan traces the dramatic journey of how this island was formed, becoming the landscape we live in today.

01Geology2008040520080406

Six hundred million years ago Ireland didn't exist. Caroline Nolan traces the dramatic journey of how this island was formed, becoming the landscape we live in today.

01Geology20080803

Six hundred million years ago Ireland didn't exist. Caroline Nolan traces the dramatic journey of how this island was formed, becoming the landscape we live in today.

01Geology20080803

Six hundred million years ago Ireland didn't exist. Caroline Nolan traces the dramatic journey of how this island was formed, becoming the landscape we live in today.

02Plants And Animals2008041220080413

Caroline Nolan traces the arrival of plant and animal life to Northern Ireland from the tiniest spore to the giant Irish Deer.

02Plants And Animals2008041220080413

Caroline Nolan traces the arrival of plant and animal life to Northern Ireland from the tiniest spore to the giant Irish Deer.

02Plants And Animals20080810

Caroline Nolan traces the arrival of plant and animal life to Northern Ireland from the tiniest spore to the giant Irish Deer.

02Plants And Animals20080810

Caroline Nolan traces the arrival of plant and animal life to Northern Ireland from the tiniest spore to the giant Irish Deer.

03 LASTPeople2008041920080420

Around 10,000 years ago man first set foot on this island. Caroline Nolan follows in their footsteps up to the present day and finds some amazing connections.

03 LASTPeople2008041920080420

Around 10,000 years ago man first set foot on this island. Caroline Nolan follows in their footsteps up to the present day and finds some amazing connections.

03 LASTPeople20080817

Around 10,000 years ago man first set foot on this island. Caroline Nolan follows in their footsteps up to the present day and finds some amazing connections.

03 LASTPeople20080817

Around 10,000 years ago man first set foot on this island. Caroline Nolan follows in their footsteps up to the present day and finds some amazing connections.