Ann Williams

Ann Williams

Biography:

A National Geographic magazine staff writer for three decades, Ann Williams has B.A. in Classical and Near Eastern archaeology from Bryn Mawr College, and an M.A. in West Asian archaeology with a minor in Egyptology from the University of Toronto. She specializes in writing about the ancient world and cultural heritage preservation.

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Past Shows:

  • Archaeological Discoveries / Animal Communication

    Former National Geographic Magazine staff writer Ann Williams discussed various archaeological discoveries, as well as ancient Egypt. Followed by Cheryll Jones' interview with animal psychic Amelia Kinkade.More »
  • Archaeological Discoveries / Open Lines

    Archaeology and cultural heritage preservation writer Ann Williams discussed accounts from the book, 'Lost Cities, Ancient Tombs.' Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.More »

Last Night

Fake Meat & Food Shortages / Irish Ghosts & Oliver Cromwell
Fake Meat & Food Shortages / Irish Ghosts & Oliver Cromwell
Author and radio host Michael Olson expressed concerns over food shortages, and the selling of "fake" food. Followed by Irish author Tom Reilly on haunted castles and the controversial history of Oliver Cromwell.
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