Dynamic Landscape

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Details

Location

Bushmills, Giant's Causeway

Year

1984

Source

Format

16mm

colour

Length

26min 26sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

British Film Institute, UTV

Rights Holder

UTV

Description

Rediscover the Giant’s Causeway as a place where ‘nothing is static and everything is changing’.

This episode in the series 'All In A Day's Walk' invites the viewer to stretch their mind around the vastness of time that created the iconic basalt columns of the Giant’s Causeway.

Let geologist Phillip Doughty be your guide as he interpret the cliffs and transforms the rocks beneath his feet into a turbulent molten landscape. This journey with its geology and craic will forever change how you see County Antrim’s spectacular coastline.
 

Notes

This programme is part of a series on the Northern Irish landscape called ‘All in a Day’s Walk’. The original film is held in the BFI National Archives, courtesy of the UTV Archive.

Credits

Producer - Rory Fitzpatrick

Presenter - David Erwin

Director - Paul O'Dell

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