Mud-Men returns for series 3 on the History Channel

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'Mud God' Steve Brooker and 'apprentice' Johnny Vaughan are back on TV for more muddy adventures, as a third series of Mud Men is transmitted on History from 20 March 2013. The intrepid duo search the Thames foreshore (and elsewhere) to discover objects that help enlighten our understanding of the past - some of the finds look like nothing much, but are vital clues to how people once lived and worked in the past. All the discoveries are examined by Dr Michael Lewis of the British Museum's Portable Antiquities Scheme, who then sends Johnny and Steve on a historical journey - from finding out about the origins of our police and fire services to the incredible stories behind the Great Fire of London.

As well as scouring the Thames, Johnny and Steve venture further afield in this series, travelling to the Channel Islands to discover about life under the Nazis during the Second World War, learn about the secrets of Henry VIII's famous warship the Mary Rose in Portsmouth, and brave the dangerous River Severn mud at a ship's graveyard in the West Country.

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  • Michelle singh wrote @ 22:35:55 on the 28th January 2014.

    am so happy another series has been made of this totally great, educational and funny show. I've been a fan of Johnny Vaughan for many years and now have another lovely man to admire in Steve brooker. I would love to have a job like this what a wonderful way to discover the past. I will look forward to series 3 in March . Thanks lads keep up the good and muddy work. an East Londoner but now an Essex girl, Michelle Singh xxx

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