|01||Rio De Janeiro, November 13, 1828||20060206|
Abridged by Tamsin Collison.
The Beagle begins a two year mission to map the waters and coasts of South America.
|02||Dungeness Point, Patagonia, April 1, 1829||20060207|
The crew of the Beagle encounter giant Indians who paint themselves in red and white crosses.
|03||Tierra Del Fuego, December 1829||20060208|
Fitzroy and his crew discover the natives have an uncanny ability to mimic English.
|04||Desolate Bay, Tierra Del Fuego, February 1830||20060209|
The Natives attack the crew and steal The Beagle's whaleboat.
|05||York Minster, Tierra Del Fuego, 3 March 1830||20060210|
The Beagle picks up some unexpected passengers.
|06||Rio De Janeiro, August 1, 1830||20060213|
As The Beagle nears the end of her mission, the ship picks up four native Fuegians.
|07||Plymouth, October, 1830||20060214|
The Beagle arrives back in England and the four Fuegians are sent to school.
|08||London, August, 1831||20060215|
As The Beagle prepares for her second voyage, a young Charles Darwin applies for the post of Ship's Naturalist.
|09||London, August, 1831||20060216|
Captain Fitzroy and the Fuegians are granted an audience at St James' Palace with King William and Queen Adelaide.
|10 LAST||Plymouth, December, 1831||20060217|
Charles Darwin is shocked to discover some of the more brutal realities of life at sea.
Written and read by Kit Wright.
`It is common for boys to spend their Saturday mornings helping out at some workplace.
Roy was drawn to the premises of R V Harvey and Son, Funeral Directors.'.