The adventurers. [videorecording] A story told in stone /
co-produced by 90th Parallel Productions Ltd. and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ; produced, directed and written by Andrew Gregg.
Toronto : CBC Learning, 2008.
1 videodisc (45 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
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Toronto : CBC Learning, 2008.
credits note
Executive producers, Michael Allder, Gordon Henderson ; editor, Jacques Milette ; cinematographer, Hans Vanderzande ; sound, Michael Josselyn ; original music, Bruce Fowler.
general note
This program was originally broadcast on The nature of things with David Suzuki on Nov. 14, 2008, as part of a four-part series called The adventurers.
Edmundo Edwards ; host, David Suzuki.
The French Polynesian islands once housed thriving native populations that were tragically wiped out by European disease. The vines and trees of the jungles consumed huge stone cities that sprawled across the interiors of Tahiti, Raivavae and the Marquesas Islands. The structures remained forgotten until archeologist Edmundo Edwards rediscovered them. Now, with each swipe of his machete, Edmundo is bringing to light a world that no one has ever imagined existed.
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