Mysteries of the Natural History Museum
Originally aired Thursday 25 February, 13.00-13.45 GMT
The Museum opened in 1881 and now houses over 80 million objects. It's one of the largest and most comprehensive natural history collections in the world. Each has a story to tell and mysteries to reveal.
Join Science Communicator Alastair Hendry in conversation with the Museum's Head of Conservation Lorraine Cornish and Principal Curator of Mammals Richard Sabin as they share some of the fascinating stories and mysteries hidden deep within the collections.
This event is part of The Great Exhibition Road Festival.
The Great Exhibition Road Festival is a free annual celebration of science and the arts in South Kensington with online events throughout the year. The festival is a collaboration between organisations on and around Exhibition Road.