Science and Mysteries
Don Wildman hosts a series of special programmes looking at mysteries and intrigues associated with some of the world's most well-known buildings. Beginning at The Smithsonian Institution, the largest museum and research complex in the world, Don discovers, deep in cold storage, the scandalous origins of a garment that rocked the world of fashion: the bikini. At Buckingham Palace, the official London residence and administrative headquarters of the British monarchy, Don examines the fortress-like exterior of the Palace and discovers the means by which a brazen intruder managed to pull-off one of the biggest royal security breaches ever. With fascinating facts about the Vatican and the Louvre also revealed, it appears the greatest mysteries can often be hidden in plain sight.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Don Wildman is fast becoming one the most recognizable faces in documentary television. Whether pulling back the curtain on a fascinating unseen view of America or bringing to light the puzzling and intriguing stories behind museum artifacts, Wildman takes viewers on an adventure with the mission to expose the real truth lying beneath the surface.
More shows featuring Don Wildman Monumental Mysteries
Mysteries at the Museum
Mysteries at the Monument