OU on the BBC: Journeys From The Centre Of The Earth

Updated Friday 16th August 2013

Iain Stewart shows how the Med's geology shapes the region - breaking a few eggs on the way.

In this six-part series, Iain Stewart takes a journey round the planet - and into its heart - to understand how the rocks that surround us are never silent

This programmes was first broadcast on Tuesday 21 Sep 2004 on BBC Four. For further broadcast details, please visit bbc.co.uk

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