Nicholas Crane is an author, geographer, cartographic expert and recipient of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society's Mungo Park Medal in recognition of outstanding contributions to geographical knowledge, and of the Royal Geographical Society's Ness Award for popularising geography and the understanding of Britain. He has presented several acclaimed series on BBC2, among them Map Men, Town, Britannia and Coast. He was elected President of the Royal Geographical Society in 2015.
Ambitious, magnificent - Guardian on The Making of the British LandscapeA geographer's love letter to the British and the land that formed them . . . dramatic, lyrical and even inspiring - Sunday Times on The Making of the British LandscapeStorytelling at its best - The Times on The Making of the British LandscapeAs panoramic as it is revelatory - Observer on The Making of the British Landscape