When an ancient collapsed roof was found at the archaeological site Abri Castanet, Randall White was happy to try to pick up the pieces.
Veronica Waweru describes some of her game-changing research on ancient hunting and what it was like to work with our television crew.
Director or Photography Larry Engel explains some of the work that went into lighting a scene at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
Alan Alda, Series Producer Graham Chedd, and Executve Producer Jared Lipworth participated in a live webcast this week, hosted by the National Science Foundation.
Larry Engel and the crew head to Stony Brook, where Alan Alda gets a lesson in primitive weapon- and bead-making from experimental archaeologist John Shea.
We took a look inside Alan's brain using an MRI machine. Apparently he has quite a plump hippocampus.
Dan Gilbert and Alan Alda discuss whether animals have the ability to "prospect," or plan ahead.
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