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‘Beasts of the Bible’ set for Vision TV and Animal Planet premieres

Just in time for Easter, Toronto-based Associated Producers Ltd.'s latest documentary special Beasts of the Bible will premiere on Canadian broadcaster VisionTV on March 31 and on Animal Planet in the U.S. on April 1. The feature-length documentary takes biblical myth-busting and combines it with investigative archaeology to explore biblical animals like the serpent that seduced Eve and the whale that swallowed Jonah. Beasts of the Bible airs as part of VisionTV's special 'Investigating Easter' event. Beasts of the Bible was produced by Associated Producers Ltd. in association with Animal Planet in the U.S. and VisionTV in Canada and was written and directed by Graeme Ball. In other Associated Producers Ltd. news, the third season of The Naked Archaeologist will also premiere during VisionTV's 'Investigating Easter' event.
March 18, 2010

Just in time for Easter, Toronto-based Associated Producers Ltd.’s latest documentary special Beasts of the Bible will premiere on Canadian broadcaster VisionTV on March 31 and on Animal Planet in the U.S. on April 1. The feature-length documentary takes biblical myth-busting and combines it with investigative archaeology to explore biblical animals like the serpent that seduced Eve and the whale that swallowed Jonah. Beasts of the Bible airs as part of VisionTV’s special ‘Investigating Easter’ event. Beasts of the Bible was produced by Associated Producers Ltd. in association with Animal Planet in the U.S. and VisionTV in Canada and was written and directed by Graeme Ball. In other Associated Producers Ltd. news, the third season of The Naked Archaeologist will also premiere during VisionTV’s ‘Investigating Easter’ event.

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