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Host: [Josh always says, after his introductory remarks, at the beginning of each episode] We are digging for the truth and we are going to extremes to do it.
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Good Intro to archaeology!
26 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The premise of the show is that we have a host who travels around investigating different legends and following potential trails of ancient artifacts which have been lost in time. So far I've viewed the "Holy Grail" and "Ark of the Covenant" episodes, which I enjoyed very much. There's not a lot of in-depth information given, but it does provide a good "springboard" to get people interested and do further research on their own. History Channel did a good job on this one. The host, Josh Bernstein, is very dynamic and seems to really enjoy his adventures and sharing what he's learned with the audience. It doesn't hurt that he also happens to be gorgeous.... brains, beauty, and adventure. What more could a female history fan want?


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