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Museum Diaries
Ep: 1 "Fakes & Frauds Exposed"
This fascinating six-part series unmasks the mysteries of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), one of Canada’s largest museums with nearly 40 galleries and six million treasured artifacts and specimens. Go behind the displays and out in the field with the ROM’s team of professional curators, technicians and experts for a rare inside look at how the museum works.
Episodes
Ep 1
Fakes & Frauds Exposed
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Ep 2
Borneo Bound
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Ep 3
DNA Dissected
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Ep 4
Dinos Rediscovered
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Ep 5
Raja Deen Dayal Revealed
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Ep 6
Ancient Egypt Mummified
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Fakes & Frauds Exposed
Behind the displays at the Royal Ontario Museum, curators and technicians from the World Cultures department use a variety of techniques to reveal the authenticity of artifacts. (1 of 6)
Borneo Bound
A team of Royal Ontario Museum curators and technicians prepare to embark on a six-week research expedition to the rainforests of the Gunung Mulu Mountains in Borneo. (2 of 6)
DNA Dissected
A group of Royal Ontario Museum curators use DNA research to discover ground-breaking facts about the evolution of species. (3 of 6)
Dinos Rediscovered
The curator of paleontology and his team prepare to embark on a journey to the Alberta Badlands to unearth precious bones. (4 of 6)
Raja Deen Dayal Revealed
Curator Deepali Dewan prepares to open an exhibition about Raja Deen Dayal, the prolific 19th-century Indian photographer. (5 of 6)
Ancient Egypt Mummified
Curators prepare and execute a weekend at the Royal Ontario Museum completely centered around Ancient Egypt. (6 of 6)