Dr Alice Roberts
Dr Alice Roberts is an osteoarchaeologist and television presenter. Best known for the BBC series Coast, Dr Alice Roberts: Don't Die Young, she has also appeared as an expert osteoarchologist on the Channel 4 television series Time Team and its spin-off show Extreme Archaeology.Find out more about Alice Roberts
Alice is also a medical doctor and PhD in palaeopathology. In her latest television documentary series The Incredible Human Journey, she visits Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia and the Americas to find out the story of how every non- African in the world is descended from one small group of people, who managed to cross the Red Sea to leave Africa some 70,000 years ago. She follows the migration of human beings as they populate the world.
The Incredible Human Journey
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
BBC 2 five-part series is broadcast on Sundays at 21:30
First episode on Sunday 10 May 2009
Andrew Westoll is an award winning journalist. He is a former biologist and primatologist; he is now a travel writer living in Toronto. He first went to Surinam to study brown capuchin monkeys and five years later returned as a travel writer of which his latest book is an account.Find out more about Andrew Westoll
Surinam: Stumbling Through the Dark Heart of South America’s Forgotten Jungle
Publisher: Old Street Publishing
Travellers' Tales from home and around the world: their destinations, experiences and issues arising...