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Television: Winds of change

by Gillean Craig

NO ONE, we are solemnly told by Professor Iain Stewart, the presenter of How Earth Made Us (BBC2, Tuesdays), ever thinks about the profound effect the forces of nature have had on the course of human history.

After the tsunami in the Indian Ocean, the hurricane in New Orleans, or the earthquake in Haiti, we might wonder exactly where Professor Stewart has spent his time recently, but this five-part series does offer a helpful context for these contemporary tragedies. ...

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