Some movie fans returned to theaters in 2021 while others opted to keep streaming films from home. We talk with a critic about the year’s best movies and changes in the industry. We’re also joined by the author of a book looking at history’s most important archaeological finds.
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A look at the world's most important archaeological discoveries
Ruined cities, ornate tombs, golden treasures and more – some of the most remarkable archaeological finds in global history are chronicled in a new book. We talk about their roles in human civilization and how archaeologists make sense of what they find.
Critic talks 2021 movie picks and return to theaters
Our regular “reel” critic ticks off a few of his hits — and misses — of 2021, and talks about what it’s been like to return to seeing movies in person.
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