Dr. Cline’s research and publications have been featured in John Green’s “Crash Course World History” on YouTube, as well as in the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe, Huffington Post, the New York Post, the Weekly Standard, US News & World Report, USA Today, National Geographic News, CNN, the London Daily Telegraph, the London Mirror, the Brisbane Courier-Mail, the Cincinnati Enquirer, the Cincinnati Post, and the Associated Press, with all of those articles subsequently reproduced in numerous other periodicals within the United States and abroad.
He has also appeared in more than twenty television programs and documentaries, ranging from ABC (including Nightline and Good Morning America) to the BBC and the National Geographic, History, and Discovery Channels, and have been interviewed by syndicated national and international television and radio hosts including Robin Roberts and George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Bill Hemmer and Martha MacCallum on Fox New Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” Fergus Nicoll on the BBC World Service/The World Today, Kojo Nnamdi on NPR’s “Public Interest” show, Michael Dresser on “The Michael Dresser” show, and Richard Sheehe on WRGW.
His documentary television appearances to date include featured roles as an expert in Joshua and the Walls of Jericho (Discovery Channel, 2003), Revelation: The End of the World? (Discovery Channel, 2004), The Truth of Troy (BBC2, 2004), Beyond the Movie: Conquering Troy (National Geographic Channel, 2004), Secrets of the Aegean Apocalypse/Mystery of the Sea Peoples (History Channel, 2004), Countdown to Armageddon (History Channel, 2004), Is It Real: Atlantis (National Geographic Channel, 2006), Jerusalem: Center of the World (WETA/PBS, 2009), and Biblical Plagues (National Geographic Channel, 2010). He has also both appeared in, and served as a consultant for, numerous shows in the National Geographic Channel’s “Science of the Bible” series, including Exodus Revealed, Lost Cities, Ark of the Covenant, Secrets of Revelation, The Search for Noah’s Ark, Lost Kings of the Bible (David and Solomon), and The Dead Sea Scrolls (National Geographic Channel, March 2006 – April 2007). Since 2009 alone, he has appeared in “Jerusalem: Center of the World” (WETA/PBS, 2009), “Biblical Plagues: The First Curses,” and “Biblical Plagues: The Final Torment” (National Geographic TV, 2010), “Sodom and Gomorrah” (KPI Productions, 2010), “King Solomon’s Mines” (PBS/Nova, 2010), “Pharaohs at War: Thutmose III” (History International, 2011), “Ark of the Covenant,” “King Solomon’s Mines,” and “Noah’s Ark,” (WorldMedia Rights, 2012), “Apocalypse” (FoxNews Channel, 2012), and Christian Amanpour’s ABC Special: “Back to the Beginning” (Dec 2012). For the last show, see the following specific links: