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History Channel introduces new series 'History's Lost and Found'

23-February-2005
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History Channel introduces new series 'History's Lost and Found'

The History Channel has launched its new series, History's Lost and Found, at 8 pm every weekday. The series urges viewers to join the scavenger hunt through the hidden corners of history in search of the legendary and little known artefacts that have shaped our world.

Dilshad Master, Senior VP, Content & Communications, The History Channel, said, "History does not occur in isolation. You are constantly experiencing history. From the zippo lighter that you hold to the Coke bottle that you drink from, every street that you walk on has a bit of history. And History's Lost & Found brings to light this very fact by offering viewers interesting tidbits of information on things that they come in touch with on a day-to-day basis."

The series will answer questions like who invented world's first video game or the first game of monopoly? What is the story of the first zippo lighter or the magazines that made parents mad? How did the Coca-Cola bottle acquire its present shape?

The hour-long episode has six segments dealing with different artifacts. From the whereabouts of the first pair of Levi's jeans, to Elvis Presley's Cadillac and Marilyn Monroe's form-fitting dress, this program promises to give viewers a complete download on many rare and truly precious things.

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