In this four part series Dr. Jago Cooper, Curator of the America's at the British Museum, explores the extraordinary history of Central America . Dr Cooper journeys through Costa Rica, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico exploring spectacular sites and investigating the origins of legends, traditions and culture. From the people who met Christopher Columbus to the culture that inspired the Mayans; from the vast temple pyramids to the world’s oldest ball-game, Lost Kingdoms Of Central America reveals the true character of a stunning continent through its archaeology, art, people and landscapes.
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In a brand new series Robson Green takes fishing to a different level. He travels to the most remote fishing locations on the planet on a mission to catch the biggest, the most aggressive, and the most unusual fish to be found in the world’s rivers, lakes and oceans.
Robson tests his skills to the limit in eight unique locations: from the jungles of the Americas to the Mongolian steppe; from typhoon-lashed archipelagos to the baking heat of the Indian Ocean.
As well as using his own angling ability, Robson immerses himself in the techniques of the fishermen and women he tracks down. He meets the anglers with tales to tell and new techniques to try. He learns the ways of tribes, nomads and shamen, adopting ancient and unusual methods to succeed in
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