Shine Productions commissioned by BBC2
A popular archaeological science series of 4 main investigations using forensic science based at CAHID; featuring Dr Xanthe Mallett, Prof Sue Black, Prof Caroline Wilkinson, Dr Wolfram Meier-Augenstein, Dr Chris Rynn and Caroline
BBC N. Ireland 60 minute program relating to the analysis and facial depiction of Princess Takabuti, an Egyptian mummy housed at the National Museum in Belfast.
Included several interviews with Prof Caroline Wilkinson as facial anthropology expert. Shown Mon 19 Oct 2009, 21:00 on BBC One (NI only), Mon 19 Oct 2009, 22:00 on BBC HD and Tue 27 Oct 2009, 22:30 on BBC
60 minute program includes research and interviews with Prof Caroline Wilkinson and Dr Chris Rynn as facial anthropology experts - broadcast on Mon 23 Mar 2009, 21:00 on BBC One and Mon 6 Apr 2009, 22:00 on BBC
(Renegrade Productions) 3 programmes shown Discovery Channel UK, 29 Nov to 13 Dec 2009: Facial Reconstruction by Prof Caroline Wilkinson and interview with Caroline Needham as facial anthropology
The History Channel US, October 26, 2009
Series of five 60 minutes programmes. Includes research and interviews with Prof Caroline Wilkinson as facial anthropology expert in 3
Television documentary produced by Atlantic Productions following the analysis and depiction of the facial appearance of an ancient Egyptian mummy known as ‘the screaming man’ - includes appearance and interview by Prof Caroline Wilkinson as a facial anthropology expert and Caroline Needham as a forensic artist. Shown on Discovery Channel, National Geographic and History Channel.
One-Hour Series for National Geographic / five /
The Viste Boy
Simon of Sudbury
Ground-breaking research and forensic investigation from the Centre has lead to the successful conviction of a ring of paedophiles from Scotland – Prof Sue Black, Dr Chris Rynn and Dr Xanth
Publicity relating to recent analysis of the Lewis Chessmen by Prof Caroline Wilkinson in collaboration with Dr David Caudwell, National Museum of Scotland and Mark Hall, Perth Museum. Nov