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Joanna Lumley's Japan
Joanna takes the bullet train into the metropolitan sprawl of Tokyo, and then makes her way to Kyoto.
Tonight at 8pm
Lost Kingdoms of Africa
Dr. Casely-Hayford travels to Uganda to explore the rise and fall of two great kingdoms.
Tonight at 8pm
Create a legacy for arts and culture in BC
Consider a planned gift for Knowledge in your will.
Jerry Matyiko attempts to move a 1,000 tonne church to a new site where it will be redeveloped into a courthouse law library.
Tonight at 7pm
Our planet untamed and untouched
Saturdays at 7pm
Predict My Future: The Science of Us
A fascinating look at nature vs. nurture as more than 1,000 New Zealanders from the same city are...
Slow Train Through Africa
Griff Rhys Jones embarks on five great rail adventures, travelling from the coastal plains of Morocco in North Africa, through the great deserts of Egypt and Sudan in...
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra with Gautier Capucon
Gautier Capucon, teams up with Vasily Petrenko and the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra to...
Chinese New Year: The Biggest Celebration on Earth
Chinese New Year is one of the biggest events on the planet and every year a sixth of the world’s population travels home to...
The Water Brothers
Two young eco-adventurer brothers, Alex and Tyler Mifflin, travel the world to explore our relationship with water - what are the problems and where will the solutions come from?...
Low and Slow
Get up close and personal with some of BC's floatplane pilots as they reveal their passion for these iconic coastal planes and share stories about the places where they fly.
A Very British Murder
On stage and TV, in novels and films, the public have come to enjoy a good murder. This curious relationship with killing has a long, dark and revealing history, explored by...
Off the east coast of Africa is an island unlike any other, where a diversity of life evolved in splendid isolation. Madagascar is a land of huge baobab trees and spiny desert shrubs, of...
Hauling a submarine over dry land, transporting a fleet of mega-yachts across the Atlantic, and relocating a town sitting on a gold mine - these are just a few of the daunting challenges...
Britain's Forgotten Slave Owners
Historian David Olusoga explores the history and abolition of slavery in Britain and the choice by the government of the day to compensate slave owners for...