More by Deborah Cadbury. The Lost King of France: How DNA Solved the Mystery of the Murdered Son of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
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In 'The Dinosaur Hunters' Deborah Cadbury brilliantly recreates the remarkable story of the bitter rivalry . This is good for those who do not like reading scientific stuff, but would like to know more.
In 'The Dinosaur Hunters' Deborah Cadbury brilliantly recreates the remarkable story of the bitter rivalry between two men: Gideon Mantell uncovered giant bones in a Sussex quarry, became obsessed with the lost world of the reptiles and was driven to despair. Through the pages of the book not only do you learn about the first dinosaur discoveries but what people sacrificed to learn more about the past, how religion and science tried to find place together and that famous scientists could do a lot to get rid of the openents.
Deborah Cadbury is a British author, historian and television producer with the BBC she won many international awards from her documentaries including an Emmy Award. Cadbury has two sons and lives in London. Cadbury graduated from Sussex University in Psychology and Linacre College, Oxford. Cadbury joined the BBC in 1978 as a trainee. She went on to produce films for the BBC's Horizon strand and won awards for her investigations.
Deborah Cadbury was awarded an Honorary Degree by the University of Birmingham in 2013 and has many international TV awards for her documentaries.
Deborah Cadbury has taken us back to these times in her new book. It is an act of appropriate homage that Cadbury starts this story with Mary Anning
Deborah Cadbury has taken us back to these times in her new book. This tells the story of the remarkable amateur geologists, theologians and anatomists who, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, recognised the immense importance of fossils and struggled to understand them. It is an act of appropriate homage that Cadbury starts this story with Mary Anning. In the official history of science, Anning has a minor role, but her discoveries were crucial. As a child in Lyme Regis, she helped her father collect and sell fossils - then viewed as mystical emblems - to stave off poverty
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Deborah Cadbury is an award-winning British author and BBC television producer specialising in fundamental issues of science and history, and .
Deborah Cadbury is an award-winning British author and BBC television producer specialising in fundamental issues of science and history, and their effects on modern society. After graduating from Sussex University in Psychology and Linacre College, Oxford she joined the BBC as a documentary maker and has received numerous international awards, including an Emmy, for her work on the BBC's Horizon strand. Her latest book Princes at war, is set to be released on March 10, 2015.
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