First transmitted in 1956, the National Museum of Prague challenges a panel of experts to identify a series of unusual objects.

The programme is chaired by Glyn Daniel, Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge. The experts are V. Gordon Childe (Director of the Institute of Archaeology), Professor Sean P O Riordain (Department of Archaeology, University College Dublin) and Sir Mortimer Wheeler (Professor of Archaeology, University of London).

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Thu 3 May 1956 21:30
BBC Television Service

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Archaeology at the BBC Collection
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