Over the last 20 years, David Adams has developed his reputation both through his reporting and the numerous documentary films he has produced. He is best known for his investigative work, particularly Journeys to the Ends of the Earth, a 13 part documentary series made for the Discovery Network. His passion for anthropology, archeology, history and diverse cultures continues to take him to some of the world’s most remote locations – including Afghanistan, Iran, Libya, Siberia, Central Asia, Central Africa and the Pacific Rim in search of indigenous peoples and their disappearing cultures.
End of Empire: Now Showing on History Channel, Mondays 7.30pm AEST.
End of Empire
In ‘End of Empire’ Australian Historian David Adams crosses Europe and Asia as he investigates the warrior kings who created vast empires, spilt blood and fought for their realm. In a real “Game of Thrones” the dysfunctional families of Attila the Hun; Timur (Tamerlane the Great); Edgar, King of the English and Charlemagne manage to lose it all.
Alexander’s Lost World is a 6 x 60” series coproduced with David Adams Films and Sky Vision. Following the course of the River Oxus (Amu Darya) for the first time, Adams takes viewers on an extraordinary 1,500-mile (2400 km) journey through war-torn Afghanistan and Central Asia.