TITLE YEAR DESC
MOAD African Origins Map 2006 This short film shows images representing the development of civilization, first in Africa and then in different regions of the world.
Woman the Toolmaker 2006 This program documents the traditional methods of female hideworkers from the Konso tribe of Southern Ethiopia.
100 Greatest Discoveries: The Origin of Life and Evolution 2005 This program looks at 10 important events in the study of evolution, from the K-T asteroid theory to the discovery of the Toumai skull.
Ape to Man 2005 Ape to Man reviews the events, discoveries and theories that have led to our current understanding of human evolution.
Cannibals 2005 This program looks at evidence of cannibalism from around the world.
History of the Anthropoid: The Search for the Beginning 2005 Noted paleoanthropologists analyze fossil hominid remains within the context of major evolutionary theories.
Human Life: From Evolution to Self-Evolution 2005 This program looks at the 5 million year evolutionary journey of Homo sapiens, and makes predictions on the next steps of evolution for this species.
Search for the Ultimate Survivor 2005 This program investigates what happened to allowed modern humans to survive where other species of hominids had failed.
The Boldest Hoax: The Story of Piltdown Man 2005 Reviews the facts and characters surrounding the Piltdown hoax in hope to shed new light on an old mystery.
Toumai: le nouvel ancetre 2005 This program highlights the search, discovery and analysis of the hominid Toumai, and provides fictional commentary from Toumai's own point of view.
Toumai: the new ancestor 2005 This program highlights the search, discovery and analysis of the hominid Toumai, and provides fictional commentary from Toumai's own point of view.
Homo sapiens 2004 Explores the development and adaptations of Homo sapiens.
The Aquatic Ape: A New Model for Human Evolution? 2004 A review of the Aquatic Ape theory with comments by noted scientists, some of which support the debate on an alternative view of human evolution, and some who do not.
Before We Ruled The Earth: Hunt or be Hunted 2003 The program looks at the evolution of hunting starting with Homo ergaster and ending with modern humans.
Before We Ruled The Earth: Mastering the Beasts 2003 "Mastering the Beasts" follows the paleo-Indians as the enter the Americas and develop sophisticated hunting skills and weapons in order to survive.
Homo sapiens: Idaltu 2003 News coverage of the discovery and publication of Homo sapiens idaltu.
Journey of Man 2003 Scientists use genetics to track the journey of modern humans as they expanded from Africa.
On The Trail of Human Ancestors 2003 In a campus interview, Professor Tim D. White discusses how he came to specialize in human evolution.
Origins of Homo sapiens: East African Roots 2003 Leading experts review the discovery of the Taung child and the discovery of UR-501 jawbone.
The Ape That Took Over The World 2003 This program documents the discovery of the controversial Kenyanthropus platyops and investigates the impact of this discovery on human evolution.
Walking With Cavemen 2003 Investigation, using the fossil record, into the origins of Homo sapiens. This program also looks into the success of Homo sapiens and why they succeeded in surviving when other species had failed.
Lucy: She's No Lady! 2003 Dr. David Menton details his creationist views on Australopithecus afarensis, with particular focus on the Lucy specimen.
Biological Anthropology (Part 1) 2002 Lectures by Professor Barbara J. King on all aspects of human evolution
Biological Anthropology (Part 2) 2002 Lectures by Professor Barbara J. King on all aspects of human evolution
Feet on Ground, Head in Clouds: The History of Man 2002 The program traces the history of man from the "Big Bang" to Homo sapiens.
L'Odyssee De l'Espece 2002 Explores human natural history from the first primate to the first civilizations.
Neanderthals on Trial 2002 This program looks at the debate on whether Neanderthals were ancestors to Homo sapiens, or an evolutionary dead-end.
The Real Eve 2002 Scientists examine DNA evidence to trace the roots of modern humans.
CBS Morning: Science and Medicine News 2001 News report on America's top researchers in science and medicine honored in Time magazine.
Hominid Evolution I: The Early Stages 2001 This program uses fossil evidence to look at changes in anatomy from Aegyptopiethcus to Homo habilis.
Hominid Evolution II: The Genus Homo 2001 The program investigates human evolution looking at the fossil evidence beginning with Homo habilis and ending with modern humans.
Learning and Teaching Evolution 2001 A guide for teachers on how to teach evolution.
The Lapedo Child: Neanderthals and Evolution 2001 This program focuses on the discovery of the Lapedo child and the implications this discovery has on the debate of interbreeding between Neanderthals and modern humans.
The Last Neanderthal 2001 This program documents the discovery a 28,000 year old skeleton of a child in Portugal, which was interpreted by some as a neanderthal-human hybrid and inspired debate about whether Neanderthals were human ancestors.
The Mind's Big Bang 2001 This program examines factors that may have led to the expansion of the human mind.
2000 UCR Alumni Awards Luncheon 2000 Distinguished Alumnus at U.C. Riverside.
Africa: Mountains of faith 2000 Explores the history and importance of faith in Ethiopia.
Cannibalism in the Canyon 2000 Reviews the scientific evidence and political debates regarding cannibalism and the Anasazi's disappearance from the American southwest.
Dawn of Man: Story of Human Evolution (episodes 1 & 2) 2000 The first episode "First Born" looks at the discovery and importance of the Taung child. The second episode "Body" focuses on the discovery of the Nariokotome boy.
Dawn of Man: Story of Human Evolution (episodes 3 & 4 ) 2000 The episode "love" focuses on Homo heiledbergensis and the first signs of advanced intelligence. Episode 4, "Exodus," documents the journey of modern humans out of Africa and what drove them to colonize the globe.
Dawn of Man: Story of Human Evolution (episodes 5 & 6) 2000 The episode "Contact" investigates the replacement of Neanderthals with Homo sapiens. Episode 6, "Human" looks at the evidence of the development and expansion of the human mind.
Neanderthal's World 2000 This program examines all aspect of Neanderthal life at the time Homo sapiens first appeared in Europe.
The Afar Tribe: A Bride's Story 2000 The programs records two major life events of the Afar Tribe, marriage and warrior initiation.
The Human Journey: In Search of Human Origins (Part I) 2000 This program looks modern human origins. It also looks into the questions of why humans ventured beyond Africa.
The Human Journey: The Creative Explosion (Part III) 2000 Looks at the journey of modern humans as they venture into Asia and eventually into Australia. This program also questions why it took so long for human culture to appear.
The Human Journey: The Tale of Two Species (II) 2000 Program explores the origin and the demise of the Neanderthals.
Coincidence in Paradise 1999 "Coincidence in Paradise" documents the change of thought regarding life on earth, from divine creation to evolution, highlighting the important role played by Darwin's theory of evolution. Interviews with Kenyan and Ethiopian researchers pursuing the hominid fossil record are included.
garhi: Peter Jennings 1999 ABC News clip based on the discovery and publication of Australopithecus garhi.
The Living Links Origins Symposium: Relation of Biology to the Humanities 1999 Dr. Edward O. Wilson discusses the human condition.
The Living Links Origins Symposium: The Origins of Communication 1999 Dr. Dorothy Cheney Seyforth discusses speech in Chimpanzees.
The Living Links Origins Symposium: The Origins of Culture 1999 Dr. William McGrew discusses the origin of culture.
The Living Links Origins Symposium: The Origins of Economic 1999 Dr. Robert Frank discusses the important link between economical and biological thinking.
The Living Links Origins Symposium: The Origins of Language 1999 Dr. Steven Pinker discusses the origins of language.
The Living Links Origins Symposium: The Origins of Peace 1999 Dr. Frans De Waal discusses how peace and peacemaking occur in the primate world.
The Living Links Origins Symposium: The Origins of Peace (continue) + The Origins of Communications 1999 Dr. Dorothy Cheney Seyforth discusses speech in Chimpanzees.
Oltre Le Mura 1997
From Student to Scientist 1996 This program looks at the journey and inspirations that led distinguished scientists to become the top of their fields.
Jo'Burg Meeting 1996 1996 meeting of noted paleoanthropologists in Johannesberg, South Africa.
P.V. Tobias 1996 Interview with Phillip Tobias.
Apes to Man 1995 Scientists use fossil and paleoecological evidence to explain the evolution of primates and hominids.
Donald Johanson 1995 News report regarding the investigation into Donald Johanson and the Berkeley Institute of Human Origins during its breakup with the Berkeley Geochronology Center.
The Quest: Upright Man 1995 Explores the importance of bipedialism and its impact on human evolution.
Aramis media 1994 A team of scientists from the University of California Berkeley discover Ar. ramidus fossils in the Afar region of northern Ethiopia.
Discovery of New Hominid Species Ardipithecus ramidus 1994 News clips relating to the discovery and publication of Ardipithecus ramidus.
Fossil Ape Man of South Africa 1994 This program documents the discovery of the Taung child.
In Search of Human Origins: Lucy 1994 This film documents the discovery and analysis of the fossil hominid known as "Lucy."
Some Liked It Hot 1994 Investigation of Dean Falk's Radiator Hypothesis.
The Uncommon Chimpanzee 1993 This program looks at the life of the Bonobo.
Archaeology: Ancients of North America 1990 Archeologists search for the prehistoric people who inhabited the American southwest long before the Anasazi.
Archaeology: The Search for Neanderthal 1990 The program looks into the world of the Neanderthals and at the fossil evidence for clues to their disappearance.
Auf der Spur des ersten Menschen 1990 Documenting international research into the origin and evolution of mankind.
God, Darwin and the Dinosaurs 1989 A report on "Scientific creationism" long before the Dover trial.
Modeling Human Origins: What are the rules? 1989 The program focuses on Dr. Owen Lovejoy's model of human origins.
Mysteries of Mankind 1988 Actor Richard Kiley narrates this overview of human evolution
Children of Eve 1987 Discusses human evolution including the genetic evidence indicating the time of divergence between humans and apes, and work with mitochondrial genetics.
Orangutans of the Rainforest 1987 This program looks into the lives of the Orangutans living in the jungles of Bornea and Sumatra.
The Infinite Voyage: Dawn of Humankind 1987 Explores the evidence and theories for human evolution and the development of the human mind.
The Infinite Voyage: Fires of The Mind 1987 Investigation into the human mind and how it produces the thoughts and insights that make us human.
Interview: Dr. Bert Theunissen 1986 An interview with Dr. Bert Theunissen.
Kao-Yu: A View of Paleolithic Studies in Contemporary China 1985 Lewis R. Binford and Nancy M. Stone's visit archeological sites in the People's Republic of China.
Various News Stories 1985 Various interviews including Alan Walker, Richard Leakey, Nicholas Toth Kamoya Kimeu. Disc also includes Johanson - Leakey debate on Walter Cronkite and an IHO news conference.
Among the Wild Chimpanzees 1984 This film documents Jane Goodall's study of the wild chimpanzees of Tanzania's Gombe Stream Game Reserve.
Tim White: Tape for Anthropology 1980 Duane Gish lectures on "scientific creationism" after which, Professor Tim White introduces fossil evidence in support of evolution.
Clovis Mammoth Hunters Had Ancestors, But Not In Asia 1972 Raoul M. Dixon, presents a descriptive analysis of his collected stone tools from the areas of Turtle Hill, Rattlesnake Ridge and Knob Hills, Nevada.
The Man Hunters 1970 A television documentary directed by Nicholas Noxon, The Man Hunters presents the development of human evolution research up to 1970. F. Clark Howell and P. V. Tobias acted scientific consultants.