|Other titles||History of the British people from the Ice age to the industrial revolution|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 316 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||316|
The book, Seven Ages of Britain is a good companion for the DVD of the TV series and gives greater depth to the episodes. The book has some great photographs and illustrations and the chapters are well written and very readable. If you enjoyed the TV series, you will get added enjoyment from the book/5(11). Seven Ages of Britain. David Dimbleby tells the story of Britain's last 2, years through its art and treasure. On iPlayer. Not available. Supporting Content. The book, Seven Ages Of Britain, is published by Hodder & Stoughton. who have produced a podcast in association with the book. First broadcast: Sunday 14 Feb on BBC ONE Author. Seven Ages of Britain is a BBC television documentary series written and presented by David seven part series was first aired on Sunday nights at pm on BBC One starting on 31 January The series covers the history of Britain's greatest art and artefacts over the past years. Each episode covers a different period in British of episodes: 7 (list of episodes).
Get this from a library! The seven ages of Britain. [Justin Pollard] -- This is an exploration of the lives of the ordinary inhabitants of Britain, starting when Britain first became an island at the close of the last Ice Age and ending at the beginning of the. Accompanying the Channel Four series "The Seven Ages of Britain", this is an exploration of the lives of the ordinary inhabitants of Britain, starting when Britain first . With David Dimbleby, Molly Bevan, Anita Chowdry, Gwendoline Christie/10(89). Buy Seven Ages Of Britain by Pollard, Justin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(17).
In Seven Ages of Britain David Dimbleby uncovers the fascinating story of how British art PDF reflects our history. Beginning with the mysterious Pictish carvings and Roman mosaics that reveal the legacy of Britain's many invaders, David Dimbleby guides us . "I congratulate all those involved in the making of Channel 4’s Seven Ages of Britain, without doubt the best history series of last year To cram so much into seven episodes took pure genius. Oh, and if the history and photography weren’t enough to transfix me, then the presenter, Bettany Hughes, certainly did. Buy Seven Ages of Britain 1st by Justin Pollard, Bettany Hughes (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(17). Seven Ages of Britain is a British documentary television series. The seven part series was shown by Channel 4 between 15 November and 20 December Episodes. Episode number Title Airdate 1 The First Age BC – BC 15 November 2 No. of episodes: 7 (list of episodes).