In a country celebrated for its unique 'natural' beauty, Dr Iain Stewart
reveals how every square inch of Scotland's landscape has been affected
by centuries of human activity.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Making Scotland's Landscape - Landscapes of England - Netflix
Landscapes of England: An Exploration with W.G. Hoskins is a BBC
television documentary series broadcast on BBC Two in 1976 and 1978.
Written and presented by Professor W.G. Hoskins, the series was a
televisual accompaniment to his seminal text The Making of the English
Landscape (1955), examining how human influence has greatly shaped the
landscape of distinct regions in England. Hoskins's book The Making of
the English Landscape had formed the basis of a 50-minute Horizon
episode broadcast in 1972 presented by Hoskins and produced by Peter
Jones. Many of the same crew returned for Landscapes of England, which
focussed on individual landscapes within England. Two series of six
episodes were produced. Professor Hoskins also wrote two accompanying
books; English Landscapes (ISBN 978-0563173991) and a series of essays
One Man's England (ISBN 978-0563175193) derived from the twelve
programmes. The series has not been released on any home media format.
Making Scotland's Landscape - Series 1 - Netflix
Making Scotland's Landscape - References - Netflix