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Dinosaur TV Week
Here are some highlights of U.S. national television
programming concerning dinosaurs (extinct and extant),
other prehistoric animals and evolution, from high art
to low trash and (hopefully) back again, all times
Eastern (check local listings to confirm):
Monday, August 16
HISTORY Channel, 11:00pm (rebroadcast 3:00am)
History's Lost and Found
Includes a segment on a dinosaur skeleton.
Tuesday, August 17
PBS, 8:00pm (time and day may vary)
The Life of Birds by David Attenborough
Carnivorous birds; hunting strategies.
Wednesday, August 18
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World
Like Mary Shelly's Frankenstein, with dinosaurs. A
TLC, 8:00pm (rebroadcast midnight)
Tracking the First Americans
Ice Age human remains in the "new world."
TBS, 8:05pm (rebroadcast 1:10am)
National Geographic Explorer
Includes segment titled "Island of the Vampire Birds."
Saturday, August 21
Discovery Channel, 9:00pm (rebroadcast 1:00am)
The Ultimate Guide
Apparently includes discussion of evolution of snakes.
Sunday, August 22
"The Origin of Species"
Will not be broadcast in Kansas.
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"I've been ionized, but I'm okay now."
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