Rise Of The Continents

Rise Of The Continents catch up

2016

Season 1, Episode 4 (Eurasia)

3.0 83 x
Eurasia has been shaped by a series of collisions: mountain ranges have been pushed up, valleys created and a once great ocean has come and gone. (Final)

Season 1, Episode 3 (The Americas)

3.0 49 x
From the bedrock the Empire State Building is built on, to the Spanish empires in South America, the two land masses of North and South America are linked by geology and history.

Season 1, Episode 2 (Australia)

3.0 51 x
Australia was once part of a supercontinent. Once joined to Antarctica, it split off and moved northwards into warmer climates, whilst Antarctica became an icy wasteland. The evidence can still be found in its wildlife.

Season 1, Episode 1 (Africa)

3.0 28 x
Across the Earth there are traces of a mysterious land - a supercontinent that split apart to create our world. This is the story of how life, land and time came together to create the diversity of the seven continents.
Episodes 2014

Series 1 Episode 4 Eurasia (final)

Expired 3.0 98 x
Eurasia has been shaped by a series of collisions: mountain ranges have been pushed up, valleys created and a once great ocean has come and gone.

Series 1 Episode 3 The Americas

Expired 3.0 69 x
From the bedrock the Empire State Building is built on, to the Spanish empires in South America, the two land masses of North and South America are linked by geology and history.

Series 1 Episode 2 Australia

Expired 3.0 142 x
Australia was once part of a supercontinent. Once joined to Antarctica, it split off and moved northwards into warmer climates, whilst Antarctica became an icy wasteland. The evidence can still be found in its wildlife.

Series 1 Episode 1 Africa

Expired 3.0 171 x
Across the Earth there are traces of a mysterious land - a supercontinent that split apart to create our world. This is the story of how life, land and time came together to create the diversity of the seven continents.
Episodes 2013

Episode 4 Eurasia (final)

3.0 210 x
Eurasia has been shaped by a series of collisions: mountain ranges have been pushed up, valleys created and a once great ocean has come and gone.

Episode 3 The Americas

3.0 116 x
From the bedrock the Empire State Building is built on, to the Spanish empires in South America, the two land masses of North and South America are linked by geology and history.
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