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Jacques Peretti Investigates - The Men Who Made Us Spend
Jacques reveals how the lessons learned from selling to children were used to make childlike consumers of us all.
Tonight at 8pm
Discover the amazing stories of workers, industries and events spanning three centuries of British Columbia's history.
A four-year-old boy is plucked from the slums of India and trained to become India's greatest runner.
Great artists and the worlds they’ve created
Mondays at 9pm
Canada Over the Edge
Follow the Dempster Highway south over remote geological wonders to the Klondike River and Dawson City.
Tonight at 7pm
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In the new season of Whitechapel, the meticulous and obsessive DI Chandler must once again look to the past as he investigates a series of...
Grand Tours of Scotland
Follow in the footsteps of the first tourists to Scotland! From the grandeur of the Highlands to the romantic allure of the Hebrides, host Paul Murton takes us on a series...
George Balanchine: Jewels
This brilliant production of George Balanchine’s famed ballet takes place in the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia. Considered one of the first abstract ballets...
The Men Who Made Us Spend
Why do we buy what we buy? Who created our world of rampant consumerism and how did they do it? Investigative journalist Jacques Peretti investigates what keeps us hooked...
James Nesbitt's Ireland
Actor James Nesbitt takes us on a tour of his homeland in this captivating eight-part series. As he explores Ireland’s culture and history, Nesbitt visits places close to...
Produced in association with Knowledge Network, this documentary series goes coast-to-coast as it explores eight of our biosphere reserves. From Clayoquot Sound, where the Tla-o-qui...
When I Walk
In 2006, 25-year-old Vancouver filmmaker Jason DaSilva was on vacation at the beach when, suddenly, he fell down. He couldn’t get back up. His disease - multiple sclerosis, diagnosed just a...
Bright Lights, Brilliant Minds: A Tale of Three Cities
The story of culture is often cast as a gradual evolution, a slow unrolling...
Historian and author Helen Castor explores how people in the Middle Ages handled life's most fundamental moments of transition: birth, marriage and death. Why was the male world of...
Michael Kitchen returns to the screen for a final time as Detective Chief Superintendent Foyle, a man of scrupulous integrity who continues to be immersed in the dangerous world of espionage....