This short documentary by Vancouver-based director Sean Patrick Shaul highlights the unique history of the Great Depression in Vancouver and the influx of transient men that arrived with it. Through archival materials and expert interviews, it offers an entertaining and educational portrait of these desperate times.
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Extreme Wives with Kate Humble
Join Kate Humble as she travels the globe examining the various roles of women in communities around the world....
In this exploration of Australia’s spectacular coastline, host Neil Oliver is joined by a team of local experts who will dig deep into its archaeology, geography and marine life.
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
This extraordinary three-part series shares the amazing stories of workers, industries and events spanning three centuries of...
Sacred Wonders of Britain
Archeologist Neil Oliver sets off on a journey to reveal the sacred face of Britain, an ancient landscape of belief and ritual that lies hidden just below the surface of...
Neil Oliver and the rest of the Coast team are back with more sights and stories from the shores of the British Isles - and beyond. Travelling around Britain's spectacular and endlessly varied...
The Hollow Tree
For well over a century, visitors to Vancouver’s Stanley Park have posed for photos in the Hollow Tree. But when the 2006 windstorm ripped through the park, the already weak tree...
National Geographic Specials - Nasca Lines Decoded
A team of scientists investigate one of mankind's greatest mysteries, immense lines carved into the ground that stretch for...
KONELINE Our Land Beautiful
Set in the traditional territory of the Tahltan First Nation, director Nettie Wild's film captures beauty and complexity as one of Canada’s vast wildernesses undergoes...