Tony Robinson brings his inquisitive storytelling approach to Australia's diverse suburbs and towns. His mission is to uncover the hidden history that lies behind, below and above the ... See full summary »
Most of the time the episodes work in conjunction with museum or town cooperation. All of their work is sometime rushed due to the artificial timeline of the program. The excitement the experts display seems sometimes over the top. On hall, however, it's instructive, it gives the watcher insight into the various scientific fields that have to work together to completely understand what's going on geologically as well as archaeologically. There seems to be an expert for the most esoteric kinds of inquiry. Professor Phil it's very dynamic, and willing to try most anything that no one else would. Every person in this team has encyclopedic knowledge of some aspect of archaeology. It's interesting. There's a lot of effort that goes into this. I just love this program. I am a nerd. That is not bad. But documentaries like this are fascinating to me. Quite well done and comprehensive as one can be in 42 minutes. I suspect many of the professionals working in conjunction with this team are able to get a good bit of white paper and journal article mileage.
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