National Geographic is planning to present a program during the Christmas season entitled, "The Lost Faces of the Bible." The four part series will include:
Lost Face of the Bible: Delilah Revealed
A 3,000-year-old female skull gives the forensic team the chance to reconstruct the face of a Philistine lady.
Lost Face of the Bible: Sacrifical Child
The discovery of a tiny infant in a clay jar leads the team to explore humanity's history of sacrifice, and put a face to the mysterious child.
Lost Face of the Bible: Ancient Warrior
Over 6,000 years after 'The Warrior' was laid to rest in a remote desert cave the team try to find out how he lived and what he looked like.
Lost Face of the Bible: The Man Who Saw Jesus
Archaeologists reconstruct the life of a skeleton found in Galilee as the forensic team prepares to unveil the 2,000-year-old man's face.
You can read more about the program at the National Geographic website here.