Iolo's Natural Histories

Episodes

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20070111

1/4. The Journey Begins: A parting of the waves, and a secret treasure revealed. Iolo Williams goes in search of one of Wales' richest and best hidden natural habitats.

20070114

2/4. It Rises From the Deep: A parting of the waves, and a secret treasure revealed. Iolo Williams continues his search of one of Wales' richest and best-hidden natural habitats.

20070201

4/4. They're plants which have no flowers, producing alien-looking spores instead. They're so old that they pre-date the dinosaurs and they formed the coal measures on which modern Wales was built. This week, Iolo Williams looks into the strange life of ferns.

20070915

1/4. Iolo Williams explores Wales's endangered wildlife and the protection measures being taken, including the big cats that roam the Welsh countryside, plus spiders and dolphins.

20071007

4/4. Iolo Williams explores Wales's rich and varied wildlife, looks at which aspects of it are endangered, and discovers the measures being taken to protect it.

In this edition he looks for bottle-nosed dolphins and meets a shark biologist who's a great fan of great whites.

20071011

4/4. Iolo Williams explores Wales's rich and varied wildlife, looks at which aspects of it are endangered, and discovers the measures being taken to protect it.

In this edition he looks for bottle-nosed dolphins and meets a shark biologist who's a great fan of great whites.

20080210

1/4. Back to Nature: Iolo explores the Gwent Wetlands Reserve. Once farmland, it is now one of Wales' best wildlife habitats.

20080214

1/4. Back to Nature: Iolo explores the Gwent Wetlands Reserve. Once farmland, it is now one of Wales' best wildlife habitats.

20080217

Iolo Williams visits Treborth Botanic Gardens in Bangor for a worm's-eye view of the soil.

20080221

Iolo Williams visits Treborth Botanic Gardens in Bangor for a worm's-eye view of the soil.

20080224

Iolo Williams explores the wildlife of Wales's streams and rivers.

20080228

Iolo Williams explores the wildlife of Wales's streams and rivers.

20080302

Iolo Williams visits the RSPB's Ynis Hir reserve near Machynlleth to observe migrating geese from Greenland.

20080306

Iolo Williams visits the RSPB's Ynis Hir reserve near Machynlleth to observe migrating geese from Greenland.

0120070916

Iolo Williams explores Wales's endangered wildlife and the protection measures being taken, including the big cats that roam the Welsh countryside, plus spiders and dolphins.

01The Journey Begins20070107

A parting of the waves, and a secret treasure revealed. Iolo Williams goes in search of one of Wales' richest and best hidden natural habitats.

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This edition features ospreys.

02It Rises From The Deep20070118

A parting of the waves, and a secret treasure revealed. Iolo Williams continues his search of one of Wales' richest and best-hidden natural habitats.

0320070125

Iolo Williams takes to the wetlands for this week's programme as he takes a closer look at the lives of the ducks which fly from the Arctic tundra to spend their winters in Wales. He also examines efforts to control an unwelcome alien - the ruddy duck which is cross-breeding with the native white-headed duck.

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Iolo Williams looks back over the wet summer of 2007 and asks what effect it had on Wales's birds, plants and insects.

04 LAST20070128

They're plants which have no flowers, producing alien-looking spores instead. They're so old that they pre-date the dinosaurs and they formed the coal measures on which modern Wales was built. This week, Iolo Williams looks into the strange life of ferns.