Delve deeper into the dastardly deeds of history's greatest blockbuster rulers as this new series dishes up the much-loved revolting recipe of sketches and songs, peppered with gruesome gags and hideous hilarity.
The social organisation, daily life, myths and beliefs of the main cultures of history addressed in a different tone, with touches of humour in a "close to the kids" language.
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Today it's all about those awesome and scary dinosaurs! Alex feels like a little boy again as he talks to head of exhibitions Cherie McNair, as well as visitor service officer Paul Tierney. Sherry gives us the lowdown on how they break down and ship these massive moving models to be sewn back together for the next exhibit. Paul takes us on a tour to meet some fantastic and unique dinosaurs we haven't heard of before including Australovenator discovered right here in Oz!
Kellyn takes us way back to the Cenozoic era in a chat with Dr Andrew, who whips out some fascinating fossil fruits to show us! Before their Extinction 65 million years ago, the dinosaurs were a hard act to follow, as Kellyn points out. Nonetheless, Dr Andrew draws us in with these excellently preserved fossil seeds that look like you could pick them right out of the rock. He then shows us the modern, nearidentical seed of the Burkedin plum, sharing a little feast of jam and scones with Kell. Wh
Emma talks to Scott Wright, the artistic director for the show, Prehistoric Aquarium. She gets to go inside giant inflatable puppets and control them. This is part of the drama of the awesome stage show complete with multicoloured lighting on a black background. You won't believe how some of these ancient sea creatures looked! In fact they dated millions and millions of years before the dinosaurs and then coexisted with them. Amazing by itself is the comparison of the two kinds of plesiosaurs th
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