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iansmyname.....orisitjohn?   on 06/09/17 @ 22:44 said:

Hello Maz. I'll be sure to check it out. I have no idea what's on TV that might be worth watching.Appreciate a steer in a worthwhile direction

mirador   on 08/09/17 @ 18:38 said:

Some exquisite photography - I don't normally bother with HD but well worth it for this series

Maz   on 13/09/17 @ 8:18 said:

Last episode on tonight.
Episode 1 "it felt like the love-child of Planet Earth and Ski Sunday. It mixed superb wildlife footage with the stories of people who live and play in the Rockies.
Episode 2 - Himalayas Episode 3 - Andes

Janhk   on 14/09/17 @ 14:13 said:

Have really enjoyed watching these

Kev Savory   on 15/09/17 @ 20:11 said:

This is well worth a watch, great series! Thanks for the heads up Maz, I rarely turn the tv on so would have never known about it!

M3   on 15/09/17 @ 20:52 said:

Yes this was a great series, thoroughly enjoyed them; especially the miniscule spider surviving on things that blew up the breeze, where nothing else at all could live, surviving in tiny pockets of warmth created by the sun on the rock, no predators!

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