Series tracing new developments in historical research.




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Series cast summary:
Magnus Magnusson ...
 Himself - Presenter / ... 17 episodes, 1966-1979
David Drew ...
 Himself - Presenter / ... 8 episodes, 1984-1989


Series tracing new developments in historical research.

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A wonderful series
26 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

I really liked Chronicle when I was still at school and it covered history in the way I wish our teachers had done.

It covered archaeology and history from stone age to the Victorian period and did so in an accessible way without particularly dumbing things down (OK, a little bit but certainly not too much!).

Fortunately the BBC have some archived programmes on their web site...

Some of these programmes are a great reminder that Magnus Magnusson was far more than just the presenter of Mastermind.

Having watched the programmes on the web site, it is impressive that the BBC was prepared to back the Silbury Dig and to try experiments such as the Roman Goose March

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