| Title||:||Walking with Cavemen|
| Original Title||:||Walking with Cavemen|
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| First Air Date||:|| 2003-04-01|
| Last Air Date||:|| 2003-04-23|
| Country||:|| GB|
| Runtime||:|| 100 min.|
| Genre||:|| Documentary|
Walking with Cavemen is a four-part television documentary series about human evolution produced by the BBC in the United Kingdom. It was originally released in April 2003. It was subsequently presented in the United States as a two-part series by the Discovery Channel and its affiliates. There was an accompanying book of the same title.
Like the other Walking with... documentaries, Walking with Cavemen is made in the style of a wildlife documentary, featuring a voice-over narrator who describes the recreations of the prehistoric past as if they were real. As with the predecessors, this approach necessitated the presentation of speculation as if it were fact, and some of the statements made about the behaviour of the creatures are more open to question than the documentary may indicate.
Each segment takes the form of a short drama featuring a group of the particular hominid in question going about their daily lives. The intent is to get the human viewer to feel for the creatures being examined, almost to imagine being one of them.