A four-part series features maverick explorers searching for vanishing populations, lost cultures and hidden cities:
1. The Last Nomads. Linguist Ian Mackenzie preserves the unique language of the Penan of Borneo, the last true nomadic hunting and gathering people on earth.
2. The Everlasting Oasis. Egyptologist Tony Mills unearths artifacts and examines skeletal remains of "the other Egypt," an area around the Dakhleh Oasis, far away from the pyramids and the Nile.
3. A Story Told in Stone. Archeologist Edmundo Edwards explores the French Polynesian islands which are filled with huge stone cities, left by thriving native populations that were wiped out by European disease.
4. The Lost People of the Baja. Paleo-athologist Eldon Molto examines the bones of the now-vanished Pericu of Baja California, Mexico, using DNA to piece together the story of a fierce and independent people.
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