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Paleoworld Re: Dinosaur TV Week
Apparently The Learning Channel Online doesn't call the Paleoworld shows
They are broadcast under the rubric "Science Frontiers."
While we have no idea how local listings will treat this, it might make it
easier to find them in a local paper, etc.
Does anyone know if Paleoworld actually still exists as a program either in
production or re-run under its own name?
Larry Dunn wrote:
> Here are some highlights of US national television
> programming concerning dinosaurs, other prehistoric
> animals and evolution, from high art to low trash and
> (hopefully) back again, all times Eastern (check local
> listings to confirm, as even The Infallible One makes
> mistakes now and then):
> Monday, March 29
> The Learning Channel, 10:00pm (repeats immediately
> following 1:00am, and 5:00pm Sunday)
> "Dinosaur Doomsday"
> No, not dino tax day. What killed the dinosaurs? I'm
> with Horner on this one.
> The Learning Channel, 10:30pm (repeats immediately
> following 1:30am, and 5:30pm Sunday)
> "Killer Raptor"
> Golden eagles? Unfortunately, no. Dromaeosaur hunting
> The third was asked which animal was the smartest of all, and the Brahmin
> replied: "The one we have not found yet."
> ---From Plutarch's biography of Alexander the Great
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