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Four programmes which take listeners on journeys they would not normally experience, courtesy of people who would. 2: Volcanologist Hazel Rymer writes home from the crater of a volcano.

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Four programmes which take listeners on journeys they would not normally experience, courtesy of people who would. 2: Volcanologist Hazel Rymer writes home from the crater of a volcano.

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Four programmes which take listeners on journeys they would not normally experience, courtesy of people who would. 3: Deep under the sea, surrounded by strange creatures which grow in hot water spewing from cracks in the rock, Bramley Muton talks about his passion for research on the ocean floor.

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The last of four programmes taking listeners on journeys they would not normally experience. From the mangrove swamps of North Vietnam, Mick Kelly writes home about his fascination with this coastal zone and its vulnerability to environmental change.

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Four programmes which take listeners on journeys they would not normally experience, courtesy of people who would.

1: Antarctic scientist David Vaughan writes home about the truth and beauty to be found in a frozen wasteland.

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`Speaking of Sea Horses'.

Amanda Vincent explains her quest to save these beautiful fish from destruction.

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Julie West is a microbiologist.

So what is she doing down a disused Japanese uranium mine? Looking at the interaction of bugs, rocks and radiation.

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Your bones can tell your life history - paleoarchaeologist Charlotte Roberts looks at some Jordanian skeletons to explain how.

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In the last of the present series, botanist Sandy Knapp talks of the joys and trials of plant collecting in Central and South America.