Tutankhamun, 'The Boy King' of Ancient Egypt, is one of history's most famous names. Though his short reign proved fairly-insignificant, his legacy lives on thanks to Howard Carter's discovery of his magnificent tomb in 1922. Now, as the centenary of Carter's discovery creeps ever nearer, many of the treasures discovered within the tomb are travelling the globe, as part of a special exhibition. It is currently in London, available to see at the Saatchi Gallery. In this episode curator Dr. Tarek El Awady gives Dan an exclusive tour of the exhibition and the remarkable treasures of 'The Golden Pharaoh'.