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This is the place to find information about current and classic television and radio series about prehistoric life. For information about other science and nature programmes, check out the Science & Nature programmes list. Or, for details of what's on the BBC this week, check the what's on listings.

The Truth about Killer Dinosaurs

The Truth About Killer Dinosaurs - 2005

T. rex vs Triceratops. Can science predict who would win? Bill Oddie uses the latest research to investigate the ultimate clash of the titans.

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Walking with Dinosaurs

Walking with Dinosaurs - 1999

With groundbreaking computer graphics, this series natural history of dinosaurs is still a classic.

Walking with Beasts

Walking with Beasts - 2001

Taking up the story where Walking with Dinosaurs left off, walking with beasts spans 65 million years of history from the death of the dinosaurs to the first humans.

Walking with Cavemen

Walking with Cavemen - 2003

Robert Winston traces the origins of the human species, from our African origins to the present day.


Seamonsters - 2003

Nigel Marvin takes a trip through the seven deadliest seas of all time

The Ballad of Big Al

The Ballad of Big Al - 2001

The story of an Allosaurus, a large carnivorous dinosaur, which lived in the Late Jurassic about 145 million years ago.

Monsters We Met

Monsters We Met - 2003

An investigation into man's impact on the megafauna of the ancient world

Wild New World

Wild New World - 2002

An exploration of intriguing North American fossil evidence with state of the art computer graphics.

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