Britain from Above (Hardback)Ian Harrison (author)
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Britain From Above is the official book accompanying the BBC's landmark seven-part tv series aired on BBC1, BBC2 and BBC4. The book features exclusive, awe-inspiring photography from the programme, as well as computer simulations charting Britain's natural history, its industry and transport systems, natural heritage and archaeology. Britain From Above represents the landscape of a nation as it's never been seen before.
In his Foreword, Andrew Marr writes: 'After months of talking, looking and travelling, it is impossible not to be impressed anew by the roiling, bubbling and borderline-chaotic energy of the country. Britain is a most unnatural place.'
Publisher: Pavilion Books
Number of pages: 216
Weight: 1416 g
Dimensions: 293 x 234 x 24 mm
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