What Happened Next - Living in the Past 1978 (2008)

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What Happened Next - Living in the Past 1978 (2008)

Post by MVGroup » Wed Jun 11, 2008 9:35 pm

Living in the Past (1978)

History Documentary hosted by Sophie Cole and published by BBC broadcasted as part of What Happened Next series in 2008 - English narration

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Remember Living in the Past? It was the 1970s documentary series in which six families spent a year living in the Iron Age, working, sleeping and eating as their ancestors would have done 2,300 years before. Thirty years on, What Happened Next? catches up with the people who took part. Some still sport neolithic beards, while others nurse ancient grievances - one man describes building a house from mud and wood during the wettest spring of the century as "sheer hell".


1) Further Information
* Living in the Past @ BFI
* What Happened Next? review

2) Related Documentaries
* What the Ancients Did for Us
* The Ascent of Man


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GSpot v2.70a avi file details:
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* Filename.....: BBC.What.Happened.Next.2008.Living.in.the.Past.(1978).DVBC.XviD.MP3.MVGroup.org.avi
* Filesize.....: 781,625,328 bytes [ = 1/6th DVD]
* Runtime......: 59:09.960 (88749 frames)
* Video Codec..: XviD ISO MPEG-4 (B-VOP//)
* Video Bitrate: 1621 kbps
* Aspect Ratio.: 672x384 (1.750)
* Framerate....: 25.000 fps
* Bitstream....: Unpacked
* Audio Codec..: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
* Audio Bitrate: 123kbps 2ch VBR 48000Hz
* Language.....: English
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BBC.What.Happened.Next.2008.Living.in.the.Past.(1978).DVBC.XviD.MP3.MVGroup.avi  [745.42 Mb]



Source: http://docuwiki.net/index.php?title=Liv ... %281978%29

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