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Alice Roberts

Alice Roberts



United Kingdom

Age: 48

Born: 19 May, 1973

Known for

TV Series Starring Alice Roberts

Britain's Biggest DigBritain's Biggest Dig
BBC Two, 2020 | Documentary
Rating: 3/5

In preparation for HS2, two massive digs uncover fascinating burials, revealing life in imperial London and industrial Birmingham.


Britain's Most Historic TownsBritain's Most Historic Towns
Channel 4, 2018 | History, Documentary
Rating: 5/5

In this unique take on British history, Professor Alice Roberts explores Britain's rich and varied past through the stories of individual towns and cities. In each programme Alice studies one key period in history by delving into the secrets of a historic town that encapsulates the era, providing an accurate impression of what life was really like at key moments in our turbulent past. At the climax of each programme, cutting-edge CGI reveals the entire historic town in all its former glory.


Food Detectives (2016)Food Detectives (2016)

The Food Detectives use their expertise to help you make the best food choices. They want to improve your cooking, your health and your bank balance.


The Celts: Blood Iron and Sacrifice with Alice Roberts and Neil OliverThe Celts: Blood Iron and Sacrifice with Alice Roberts and Neil Oliver

Anthropologist Prof. Alice Roberts and archaeologist Neil Oliver go in search of the Celts - one of the world's most mysterious ancient people. In Britain and Ireland, we are never far from our Celtic past but in this series Neil and Alice travel much further afield, discovering the origins and beliefs of these Iron Age people in artifacts and human remains right across Europe, from Turkey to Portugal.


Prehistoric AutopsyPrehistoric Autopsy

This is a documentary series which sees Professor Alice Roberts, Dr George McGavin and a team of anatomists, anthropologists, archaeologists and SFX experts bring the viewers at home face to face with one of our closest human ancestors, a Neanderthal. Using the latest scientific research, the team will reconstruct one particular Neanderthal.


Digging for BritainDigging for Britain
BBC Three, 2010 | Documentary
Rating: 5/5

Dr Alice Roberts follows a year of British archaeology, joining up the results of digs and investigations the length of the country.


The Incredible Human JourneyThe Incredible Human Journey

Dr Alice Roberts travels the globe to discover the incredible story of how humans left Africa to colonise the world - overcoming hostile terrain, extreme weather and other species of human. She pieces together precious fragments of bone, stone and new DNA evidence and discovers how this journey changed these African ancestors into the people of today.


CoastCoast
BBC Three, 2005 | Documentary
Rating: 4/5

The nation's love affair with the coast will be reawakened for this entertaining and ambitious exploration of the entire UK coastline. Every part of the 9,000-mile coast is covered to explore how we've shaped it - and how it shapes us. Hosted by a team of history and geography experts who investigate everything from life on a nuclear submarine; rebuilding the Titanic using computer images; the story behind the first Butlins holiday camp; and the birth of the Severn Bore. Discover the curious, sometimes dysfunctional, relationship between the British and the seas.


Royal Institution Christmas LecturesRoyal Institution Christmas Lectures

The Royal Institution Christmas Lectures have been held in London annually since 1825. They serve as a forum for presenting complex scientific issues to a general audience in an informative and entertaining manner. In the mid 1820s Michael Faraday, a former Director of the Royal Institution, initiated the first Christmas Lecture series at a time when organised education for young people was scarce. He presented a total of 19 series, establishing an exciting new venture of teaching science to young people that was eventually copied by other institutions internationally.