The First Eden: The Mediterranean World and Man
The First Eden: The Mediterranean World and Man is a BBC nature documentary series written and
presented by David Attenborough, providing an overview of the history, natural history and archeology of
the Mediterranean. The series consists of four episodes which describe man's relationship with the natural
habitats of the Mediterranean and provide a glorious portrait of the landscape, wildlife and plants of the
Mediterranean. From the earliest human settlements to the cities of today, from the forests of the North African shore
and the Middle East to Southern Europe, the series tells the dramatic story of man and nature at work.
Episode 1 - The Making of the Garden
This episode looks at the natural history of the Mediterranean: the creation of the Mediterranean sea, wildlife, and human's activities as hunter-gatherers.
Episode 2 - The Gods Enslaved
This episode explores the influence of the first Mediterranean civilizations, focusing on the change of human's attitudes toward animals.
Episode 3 - The Wastes of War
This episode looks at how wars that have happened in the Mediterranean influenced the wildlife and humans of the region and Europe.
Episode 4 - The Strangers in the Garden
This episode examines man's impact on the Mediterranean during the twentieth century.
|Mediterranean Sea - wikipedia
The Mediterranean Sea is a sea connected to the Atlantic Ocean surrounded by the Mediterranean region and almost completely enclosed by land: on the north by Europe and Anatolia, on the south by North Africa, and on the east by the Levant.
|Journeys from the Centre of the Earth
This is a BBC documentary series presented by geologist Dr Iain Stewart, showing how the rocks beneath our feet have shaped the history of the Mediterranean.
|Atlas 4D - The Mediterranean
This episode examines how the Mediterranean formed, its impact on wildlife and people of the region, and historical and cultural connections between the ancient and modern societies.
This is a BBC documentary series presented by Richard Miles, exploring the roots of Western civilization from the first cities of Mesopotamia to the fall of the Roman Empire.
|Around the Worlds in 80 Gardens - The Mediterranean
Monty Don continues his extraordinary journey in the Mediterranean - the cradle of European civilization: The Villa d'Este, Tivoli; The Aguedal, Marrakech; The Alhambra and Generalife, Granada; etc.