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In March 2010, the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajokul erupted and wreaked havoc in Iceland and around the world. 

Twelve months later, the film crews who were on the scene a month before the eruption, and who delivered the first eyewitness accounts following the eruption, are back in the premiere of Iceland Volcano: The Aftermath.

In this one-off special learn more about the eruption's aftermath and see detailed scientific insight into the reasons for the violent Icelandic eruptions. 

Plus venture right inside a crater and magma chamber of a volcano under Iceland's glaciers, as scientists predict what may happen in the next eruption.

And it's not a question of if there will be a new eruption, it's when ...

Iceland Volcano: The Aftermath premieres on Friday 15 April at 9pm.

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