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1/2. Lavish adventure based on Arthur Conan Doyle 's novel about British explorers searching for prehistoric creatures on a mysterious Amazon plateau. BBC4's Journeys of Discovery season continues.
10.30 2/2. The professors are captured by apemen, but when the team mount a rescue mission, they're accosted by local tribesmen. With Bob Hoskins and Peter Falk.

Contributors

Unknown:
Arthur Conan Doyle
Unknown:
Bob Hoskins
Unknown:
Peter Falk.

Lost World

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour, 20 minutes

on BBC Four

Professor Challenger leads an expedition to South America in search of a mythical land rumoured to be inhabited by dinosaurs. But his team is not as united as he hopes. Show more

Contributors

Challenger:
Bob Hoskins
Summerlee:
James Fox
John Roxton:
Tom Ward
Edward Malone:
Matthew Rhys
Agnes Cluny:
Elaine Cassidy
Theo Kerr:
Peter Falk
Illingworth:
Robert Hardy

Lost World

Episode 2

Duration: 1 hour, 20 minutes

on BBC Four

Two-part drama. Professor Challenger's quest to find living dinosaurs is in peril. The explorers find themselves trapped on the plateau high above the Amazon jungle. Show more

Contributors

Challenger:
Bob Hoskins
Summerlee:
James Fox
John Roxton:
Tom Ward
Edward Malone:
Matthew Rhys
Agnes Cluny:
Elaine Cassidy
Theo Kerr:
Peter Falk
Illingworth:
Robert Hardy

Explorer Benedict Allen re-creates the stories of travel writers Eric Newby ,
Laurie Lee and Patrick Leigh Fermor , beginning with Newby's ascent of Mir Samir in Afghanistan. The Journeys of Discovery season continues tomorrow with Voyages of Discovery at 8pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Benedict Allen
Unknown:
Eric Newby
Unknown:
Laurie Lee
Unknown:
Patrick Leigh Fermor

BBC Four

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