In 1923, Carnarvon falls fatally ill from blood poisoning, forcing a reconciliation with Carter and his daughter. But his death forces Evelyn back to England to deal with the estate. A heartbroken Carter finds that she has married another man.
Hosted by renowned cartoonist and history enthusiast Warren Brown, Lost and Found reveals fascinating treasures from one of Australia's most majestic heritage buildings; the State Library of New South Wales in Sydney. Today, For 300 years, this map of extreme importance to Australian history remained amongst the collectors of Europe until out of the blue a letter arrived at the Mitchell library from anthropologist and Aboriginal welfare worker Daisy Bates, from her camp on the Nullarbor Plain.
In 1993 Neil Richards was renovating an inner Sydney terrace house when a box of documents fell out of an old chimney in the laundry out house. He was just about to chuck them out, when his friend decided to take them home for a second look. Inside were hundred of letters in both English and Italian, pleading for the return of Italian Australian men interned in camps during WWII. A hidden chapter of Australia's WWII history had just come out into the light.
1918 - 1922. With the end of the war, Carter resumes his search for the lost tomb of Tutankhamun. He encounters Lord Carnarvon's daughter, Evelyn, all grown up. They soon fall in love, but must keep their affair secret from her father. (Class. tba)
In a journey across the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Sona Datta traces the development of the Hindu religion from its origins as an amalgamation of local faith traditions to its dominant position today. She uncovers this fascinating tale by looking at the buildings in which the faith evolved, moving from the caves and rock temples on the shores of the Bay of Bengal at Mahabalipurem, through the monolithic stone temple at Tanjavur to the vast complex of ornately carved towers, tanks and courtyards at Madurai, where every evening the god Shiva processes round the precincts to visit the bedchamber of his partner Parvati.
In 1922, Carter finally discovers the tomb, and untold riches within. But Egyptian officials try to seize the treasure, bankrupting the dig. The discovery of Carter's affair with Evelyn threatens to ruin Carnarvon's friendship with Carter.