Assisted by a team of experts each week, Roger Daltrey investigates historical events and techniques for survival, including how people navigated harsh terrian, endured extreme climates, ... See full summary »
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Assisted by a team of experts each week, Roger Daltrey investigates historical events and techniques for survival, including how people navigated harsh terrian, endured extreme climates, and survived on their wits and skill. The viewer gets a weekly taste of what life was like back then. Written by Anonymous

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Extreme History is a bit of alright!
15 June 2006 | by (cleveland, oh) – See all my reviews

I really enjoy(ed) this show. I use parens since I don't know if the show is still alive, on hiatus or cancelled. There's no reference to it at history.com, so I'll assume it's just in limbo and will return.

Roger Daltry's a great host and he dives right into the environment in which he's placed, whether it's a warship circa War of 1812 or a re-enactment of a field encampment from the Revolutionary War. He tries, among other things, the food they (the soldiers/sailors, etc.) ate, the weapons they used and the bunks in which they slept. Extreme History is a fun series that doesn't take itself terribly seriously though you still manage to walk away having learned something.


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