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Hidden animals in Celtic Art | DECODED Ep 1 The Witham Shield At first glance the Witham Shield is covered in swirls and curls, maybe a cow or two. However, on closer inspection most of that swirling form is a series of birds and beasts carefully crafted by Iron Age Britons. There's ...
Rewinding 65 Million Years - Christmas Lectures with Simon Conway Morris Simon Conway Morris turns back the block 65 million years to find out how the configuration of the continents has changed.
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Simon Conway Morris gave the 1996 Christmas Lectures "The History ...
England 2-0 Italy | Full Match | Le Tournoi 1997 | ReLions Rewind back to 1997 at the Le Tournoi de France, and watch England take on Italy in Nantes. An England side starring legends like David Beckham, Ian Wright and Gareth Southgate took on an Italian team featuring Gianfranco Zola, Fabio ...
Marsai Martin Reads Anthony Anderson's Mind | Brain Games With the help of Lior Suchard Marsai Martin reads Anthony Anderson's mind.
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Rescuing The Hubble Space Telescope - with Kathryn D. Sullivan Have you ever wondered about what life on a space satellite must really be like? And how hard it must be to make repairs if things go wrong?
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The Cosmic Connectome | Cosmos: Possible Worlds Neil deGrasse Tyson compares the development of the human brain to the development of cities and microbial mats.
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Making a 9th century Iraqi lustreware bowl replica In 9th century Iraq, potters who could master the lustre technique were considered alchemists - people who could turn dull clay into something almost gold. We teamed up with ceramicist Andrew Hazelden to see if he could recreate a 9th ...
Bringing Dinosaurs Back To Life - Christmas Lectures with Simon Conway Morris Simon Conway Morris shows what the world would have looked like when ancient animals like the Brachiosaurus were alive.
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Simon Conway Morris gave the 1996 Christmas Lectures "The History Of Our ...
Drew Brees Tests His Concentration | Brain Games Drew Brees tests his ability to track multiple fast-moving objects and people at once. Can you do the same?
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Can All The Universes Fit In The Multiverse? - with Sean Carroll Getting your head around the implications of the many worlds theory can be an almost incomprehensible task.
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In this short clip from the Q&A following his talk on quantum mechanics, theoretical physicist Sean Carroll ...
Liquid Nitrogen Fossilisation - Christmas Lectures with Simon Conway Morris Simon Conway Morris shows how animals became fossilised, speeding up the process using liquid nitrogen.
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Simon Conway Morris gave the 1996 Christmas Lectures "The History Of Our Bones" about the important ...
Nikita Parris on Inspiration, Toughest Opponent & Playing Abroad | From The Comments | Lionesses Nikita Parris answers your Instagram comments, to reveal her favourite England goal, what motivates her, if she'll return to the WSL and her funniest England teammate.
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What is a Japanese Living National Treasure? The British Museum has been collecting artworks made by Japanese Living National Treasures since 2007, but what is a Living National treasure and why are they so important to Japanese Cultural Heritage? In this film Nicole Rousmaniere, research director of ...
Lionesses Fall to Spain | England 0-1 Spain | SheBelieves Cup 2020 | Lionesses Highlights from England against Spain, as Alexia Putellas scored late to seal the win. 
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Why Do We Like Being Scared? - with Brendan Walker Humans have an odd relationship with fear and pleasure. We seek out horror movies, rollercoasters and extreme experiences on a weirdly regular basis - but why?
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Science on the frontline Conflict zones and areas of hostility and instability are inherently dangerous and pose significant threat to life, which means conducting scientific research in these places can be challenging, if not impossible. Unfortunately, this means that there are large parts of ...
In search of Black History w/ Bonnie Greer, Olivette Otele, Miranda Lowe & Valika Smeulders To commemorate the launch of the Audible series ‘In Search of Black History’ and the start of her curated series of the events entitled 'The Era of Reclamation', British Museum Trustee Emerita, playwright, novelist and critic Bonnie Greer OBE hosted ...
Finesse with Maddison | Theo Baker vs Theo Ola Free-Kick Challenge | England Elite Sessions It's Theo Baker vs Theo Ola in the latest episode of Elite Sessions. James Maddison tests them on their finishing, crossing and free-kick skills in a challenge judged by Maddison himself. Who comes out on top in Finesse with Maddison?
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Schliemann's porky pies (lies) about excavating Troy | Curator's Corner S5 Ep11 Heinrich Schliemann has been both praised and condemned for his work at Hissarlik – the archaeological site that (most) archaeologists agree is Troy.
Curator Lesley Fitton shares some unique insights into the work and mind of Schliemann, thanks to a ...
How and why the Trojan war started You've probably heard of the Trojan war. Of the epic battle between the Trojans and the Greeks, the latter of whom ultimately win the 10-year-war thanks to the cunning use of a massive wooden horse. But why did this war ...
Troy exhibition Tread the line between myth and reality in this phenomenal new exhibition.
The BP exhibition Troy: myth and reality
21 November 2019 – 8 March 2020
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The legend of Troy has endured for more ...

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