Scars Of Evolution

David Attenborough presents a two-part series exploring the conflicting theories of the evolution of man.

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David Attenborough presents a two-part series exploring the conflicting theories of the evolution of man. In this first programme he examines the origins of the once dominant savannah theory, and looks at the offence, outrage, and hostility caused by the rival aquatic ape theory. Amongst those taking part are Philip Tobias, Elaine Morgan and Daniel Dennett.

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2/2. The final programme investigates the recent evidence which has begun to push the argument away from the savannah theory and towards the beach-based, aquatic ape theory. The programme concludes with provocative new evidence heard for the first time. With contributions from Michael Crawford, Stephen Cunnane, Marc Verhaegen, Elaine Eorgan and Erica Schagatay.

20050911

David Attenborough explores the conflicting theories of the evolution of man.

1/2. David examines the origins of the once dominant savannah theory and looks at the offence, outrage and hostility caused by the rival aquatic ape theory. Amongst those taking part are Philip Tobias, Elaine Morgan and Daniel Dennett.

Then News.

20050918

David Attenborough explores the conflicting theories of the evolution of man.

2/2. David investigates the recent evidence which has begun to push the argument away from the savannah theory and towards the beach-based, aquatic ape theory. The programme concludes with provocative evidence, heard for the first time. With contributions from Michael Crawford, Stephen Cunnane, Marc Verhaegen, Elaine Morgan and Erica Schagatay.

Then News.

012005041220050911

In this first programme he examines the origins of the once dominant savannah theory, and looks at the offence, outrage, and hostility caused by the rival aquatic ape theory.

Amongst those taking part are Philip Tobias, Elaine Morgan and Daniel Dennett.

012005041220050911

In this first programme he examines the origins of the once dominant savannah theory, and looks at the offence, outrage, and hostility caused by the rival aquatic ape theory.

Amongst those taking part are Philip Tobias, Elaine Morgan and Daniel Dennett.

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The final programme investigates the recent evidence which has begun to push the argument away from the savannah theory and towards the beach-based, aquatic ape theory.

The programme concludes with provocative new evidence heard for the first time.

With contributions from Michael Crawford, Stephen Cunnane, Marc Verhaegen, Elaine Eorgan and Erica Schagatay.

02 LAST2005041920050918

The final programme investigates the recent evidence which has begun to push the argument away from the savannah theory and towards the beach-based, aquatic ape theory.

The programme concludes with provocative new evidence heard for the first time.

With contributions from Michael Crawford, Stephen Cunnane, Marc Verhaegen, Elaine Eorgan and Erica Schagatay.