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Vecchio 19-09-2014, 13.50.14
Martin
 
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On Fri, 19 Sep 2014 10:25:56 +0000 (UTC), Gordon Freeman
<Gordon@freeman.invalid> wrote:
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>Howard.not@home.com (Howard) wrote:
>[color=green]
>> Fascinating program in parts but infested with romantisisatin and
>> rampant nationalistic speculation delivered as fact.
>> Why can't these archeologists be more like scientists and less like self
>> promoters.[/color]
>
>
>It's thanks to the unique way BBC programme making is funded, which means
>the production companies tailor the programmes for sale to the American
>market: as they've already got the BBC's funding in their pockets they
>don't need to take British viewers into account.[/color]

It's the result of archeology being at one time exclusively the subject of
classical scholars. It's a very poor science. You can't blame the BBC for that.
Tony Robinson's Channel 4 archeology programmes are very similar to the BBC's.
--

Martin in Zuid Holland



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Vecchio 19-09-2014, 14.17.59
GordonD
 
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"Martin" wrote in message
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On Fri, 19 Sep 2014 10:25:56 +0000 (UTC), Gordon Freeman
<Gordon@freeman.invalid> wrote:
[color=blue]
>Howard.not@home.com (Howard) wrote:
>[color=green]
>> Fascinating program in parts but infested with romantisisatin and
>> rampant nationalistic speculation delivered as fact.
>> Why can't these archeologists be more like scientists and less like self
>> promoters.[/color]
>
>
>It's thanks to the unique way BBC programme making is funded, which means
>the production companies tailor the programmes for sale to the American
>market: as they've already got the BBC's funding in their pockets they
>don't need to take British viewers into account.[/color]

It's the result of archeology being at one time exclusively the subject of
classical scholars. It's a very poor science. You can't blame the BBC for
that.
Tony Robinson's Channel 4 archeology programmes are very similar to the
BBC's.
==========================
In other words, "very popular so the BBC stole the idea."
--
Gordon Davie
Edinburgh, Scotland

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Vecchio 19-09-2014, 14.47.58
Martin
 
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On Fri, 19 Sep 2014 12:17:59 +0100, "GordonD" <g.davie@btinternet.com> wrote:
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>"Martin" wrote in message
>news92o1apo08hsdpagep55vjr9bl8ce2mqkh@4ax.com...
>
>On Fri, 19 Sep 2014 10:25:56 +0000 (UTC), Gordon Freeman
><Gordon@freeman.invalid> wrote:
>[color=green]
>>Howard.not@home.com (Howard) wrote:
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>>> Fascinating program in parts but infested with romantisisatin and
>>> rampant nationalistic speculation delivered as fact.
>>> Why can't these archeologists be more like scientists and less like self
>>> promoters.[/color]
>>
>>
>>It's thanks to the unique way BBC programme making is funded, which means
>>the production companies tailor the programmes for sale to the American
>>market: as they've already got the BBC's funding in their pockets they
>>don't need to take British viewers into account.[/color]
>
>It's the result of archeology being at one time exclusively the subject of
>classical scholars. It's a very poor science. You can't blame the BBC for
>that.
>Tony Robinson's Channel 4 archeology programmes are very similar to the
>BBC's.
>==========================
>In other words, "very popular so the BBC stole the idea."[/color]

The BBC had archeology programmes and series long before Channel 4 existed.

Blame archeologists for the **** they talk and write not TV.
--

Martin in Zuid Holland



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Vecchio 19-09-2014, 15.44.14
Gordon Freeman
 
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Martin <me@address.invalid> wrote:[color=blue]
>
> It's the result of archeology being at one time exclusively the
> subject of classical scholars. It's a very poor science. You can't
> blame the BBC for that. Tony Robinson's Channel 4 archeology
> programmes are very similar to the BBC's.[/color]

Time Team was done much better than this (at least until they dumbed it
down in the final series and added a redundant second presenter).

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Vecchio 19-09-2014, 15.50.43
Martin
 
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On Fri, 19 Sep 2014 12:44:14 +0000 (UTC), Gordon Freeman
<Gordon@freeman.invalid> wrote:
[color=blue]
>Martin <me@address.invalid> wrote:[color=green]
>>
>> It's the result of archeology being at one time exclusively the
>> subject of classical scholars. It's a very poor science. You can't
>> blame the BBC for that. Tony Robinson's Channel 4 archeology
>> programmes are very similar to the BBC's.[/color]
>
>Time Team was done much better than this (at least until they dumbed it
>down in the final series and added a redundant second presenter).[/color]

The Stonehenge programme was awful.

TT was well past its sell by date by the time of the final series.

Maybe they could make a series about Time Team clearing up the mess they left on
most sites. The results of their digging at Castle Howard wasn't tidied up until
quite recently.
--

Martin in Zuid Holland



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