Hurricanes, floods, droughts, earthquakes and dictator replacements may change Haiti, but ever-popular Cuban-Haitian-voodoo beat orchestra, Septentrional keeps pounding on.
Monty travels to contemporary artistic gardens as well as to the gardens of painters like Claude Monet. Also, paintings by Paul Cézanne are matched with views of his garden inspiration.
Huw Edwards explores boom times as world renown Welsh steam coal builds a new Wales. Yet too soon, the Depression causes an industrial crash with a bitter social fallout.
Professor of Renaissance Studies, Jerry Brotton explores how early maps, from the first one carved in rock to the bird's eye views of the British coast, were used to control the world.
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