The Grand Experiment has been broadcast on four television networks in Europe,
four television networks in North America, in three languages, in 70 countries.
EVOLUTION: THE GRAND EXPERIMENT, Episode 1
This first episode documents many misleading museum displays, science magazine articles, and television documentaries, covering topics such as "dinosaurs with feathers," "walking whales," and "flying dinosaurs." Filmed in seven countries three continents over a 12-year period, this DVD has highlights from 12 dig sites. 60 museums, and many universities. Narrated by Andres Williams of London, and scored by British film composer Simon Wilkinson, this show has a feel of a PBS television documentary.
This first episode coincides with Volume 1 of Evolution: The Grand Experiment, and is designed to be viewed by a general audience, or in a classroom setting, as a supplement to the accompanying Teacher's Manual. Bonus materials include an interview with author Dr. Carl Werner and a discussion on flying reptiles (Pterosaurs).
• Format: Plays in ALL DVD players around the world • Language: English with subtitles in German, Spanish and English • Number of discs: One • Rating: Family Viewing • Studio: AVC Films • DVD Release Date: August 27,2009 • Run Time: 59 minutes.
"In our estimation this is the best documentary on the creation/evolution debate ever done. Get this for your library and you will probably not need another."
– The Apologetics Group
Sample Clip From EVOLUTION: THE GRAND EXPERIMENT DVD, Episode 1
• Format: Plays in ALL DVD players around the world • Language: English with subtitles in English and Spanish • Number of discs: One • Rating: Family Viewing • Studio: AVC Films • DVD Release Date: April 2011 • Run Time: 53:00.
Episode 2, Living Fossils
EVOLUTION: THE GRAND EXPERIMENT VIDEO SERIES Based on the second volume of the Grand Experiment book series, LIVING FOSSILS. This second episode critically examines the most basic tenet of evolution: animals and plants changed over time. In a most fascinating approach, Dr. Werner compares fossils found in dinosaur rock layers with living organisms. He asks this simple and straightforward question: Did animals and plants change over time as the theory of evolution suggests? The answer he found was startling.
LIVING FOSSILS DVD has the feel of a PBS documentary, with British narrator Andres Williams, and contains spectacular underwater footage of Dr. Werner diving at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and the coral reefs in the Caribbean Sea, plus footage from dinosaur dig sites in Europe and North America. This episode was shot on location in eight countries on three continents.