Three Rivers

Hardeep Singh Kohli travels from source to sea of three major rivers that are being regenerated after years of neglect and industrial use.

Episodes

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1The Clyde20090626
01The Clyde2009062620160611 (BBC7)
20160612 (BBC7)

Hardeep begins beside a stream in Lanarkshire which swells to become the mighty Clyde, dividing Glasgow into north and south and defining the city's industry, heritage and character.

A Ladbroke Radio production for BBC Radio 4.

Beginning at a Lanarkshire stream, the Clyde swells to divide Glasgow into north and south

Hardeep Singh Kohli travels from source to sea of three major rivers that are being regenerated after years of neglect and industrial use.

Hardeep begins beside a stream in Lanarkshire which swells to become the mighty Clyde, dividing Glasgow into north and south and defining the city's industry, heritage and character.

01The Clyde *20090626

Hardeep begins beside a stream in Lanarkshire which swells to become the mighty Clyde, dividing Glasgow into north and south and defining the city's industry, heritage and character.

A Ladbroke Radio production for BBC Radio 4.

Beginning at a Lanarkshire stream, the Clyde swells to divide Glasgow into north and south

02The Mersey2009070320160618 (BBC7)
20160619 (BBC7)

Hardeep begins his journey along the Mersey beside the River Goyt in the Peak District, the main tributary of the Mersey.

He visits Stockport, which is the official beginning of the Mersey, and spots the plaque which announces that fact hidden behind a Sainsbury's store.

From there, Hardeep ventures on to the Manchester Ship Canal and eventually reaches Liverpool's Albert Dock.

A Ladbroke Radio production for BBC Radio 4.

Hardeep travels from the River Goyt in the Peak District to Liverpool, via Stockport.

Hardeep Singh Kohli travels from source to sea of three major rivers that are being regenerated after years of neglect and industrial use.

Hardeep begins his journey along the Mersey beside the River Goyt in the Peak District, the main tributary of the Mersey. He visits Stockport, which is the official beginning of the Mersey, and spots the plaque which announces that fact hidden behind a Sainsbury's store. From there, Hardeep ventures on to the Manchester Ship Canal and eventually reaches Liverpool's Albert Dock.

02The Mersey *20090703

Hardeep begins his journey along the Mersey beside the River Goyt in the Peak District, the main tributary of the Mersey.

He visits Stockport, which is the official beginning of the Mersey, and spots the plaque which announces that fact hidden behind a Sainsbury's store.

From there, Hardeep ventures on to the Manchester Ship Canal and eventually reaches Liverpool's Albert Dock.

A Ladbroke Radio production for BBC Radio 4.

Hardeep travels from the River Goyt in the Peak District to Liverpool, via Stockport.

03The Liffey

03 LASTThe Liffey2009071020160625 (BBC7)
20160626 (BBC7)

, a river beloved of Irish writers - particularly James Joyce, winds its way from the Wicklow Mountains into the heart of Dublin and under 14 bridges.

It has also provided power and clean water for those along its path, and at its outer edges encouraged trade with the wider world beyond.

The Liffey winds its way from the Wicklow Mountains into the heart of Dublin.

winds its way from the Wicklow Mountains into the heart of Dublin.

Hardeep Singh Kohli travels from source to sea of three major rivers that are being regenerated after years of neglect and industrial use.

The Liffey, a river beloved of Irish writers - particularly James Joyce, winds its way from the Wicklow Mountains into the heart of Dublin and under 14 bridges. It has also provided power and clean water for those along its path, and at its outer edges encouraged trade with the wider world beyond.

03 LASTThe Liffey *20090710

Hardeep Singh Kohli travels from source to sea of three major rivers that are being regenerated after years of neglect and industrial use.

The Liffey, a river beloved of Irish writers - particularly James Joyce, winds its way from the Wicklow Mountains into the heart of Dublin and under 14 bridges.

It has also provided power and clean water for those along its path, and at its outer edges encouraged trade with the wider world beyond.

The Liffey winds its way from the Wicklow Mountains into the heart of Dublin.

2The Mersey20090703
3 LASTThe Liffey20090710