With her robust medical background and gift for communication, Dr Alice Roberts offers a full and accessible history of how humans colonised the world Alice Roberts is a television favourite with roles on Channel Four's Time Team and BBC2's Coast, as well as the BBC1 series that accompanied The Incredible Human Journey in 2009 The public has an insatiable appetite for learning about the origins of humanity and Dr Alice Roberts is the perfect guide to our past
Alice Roberts is a qualified medical doctor and lecturers in Anatomy at Bristol University. She is a regular contributor to Channel 4's Time Team and BBC2's Coast series, and the presenter of Don't Die Young on BBC2.
'Using genetics, archaeology, fossils and climate evidence to construct a portrait of who we are and where we come from, the series promises to be both scientifically meaty and readily digestible.' INDEPENDENT 'Dr Roberts is sunny, clear spoken and breathily enthusiastic ... a star' DAILY TELEGRAPH 'Alice Roberts skilfully tells the story of her Odyssey filming "The Incredible Human Journey" in her own words. She has certainly grasped the subject fully and has a strong sympathy with her informants and their contributions. Her superb drawings are a delight. Do buy it' STEPHEN OPPENHEIMER, OXFORD UNIVERSITY