Featuring archival footage and photos, this Knowledge Network documentary traces the people and politics that influenced BC's knowledge industry over the past century.
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Lost Kingdoms of Africa
In this four-part series, British art historian Dr. Gus Casely-Hayford sets off on a quest to rediscover the pre-colonial history of some of Africa's most important kingdoms...
National Geographic Specials - Quest for the Lost Maya
Follow archaeologists as they uncover evidence of an unknown Mayan society based in the Yucatán Peninsula of southern Mexico.
Masters of the Pacific Coast
In this two-part documentary series, archaeologist Dr. Jago Cooper travels to the Pacific Northwest to tell the story of the Indigenous peoples who have lived here...
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia
The stories of ordinary people who played extraordinary roles in the building of our province.
The Art of China
From exquisitely detailed porcelain vases and delicately inked scrolls to the powerful imagery of Communist-era paintings, China's art has expressed the spirit of the Chinese people -...
Tudor Farm Christmas
In the Tudor era, Christmas was celebrated every bit as enthusiastically as it is today. Some customs are surprisingly familiar: they had Christmas carols, Christmas dinner and...
Edziza: Life from Ash and Ice
Mount Edziza is a complex of fifty volcanoes in northwestern BC with over eight million years of history erupting under glacial ice.
A Window Looking In
In A Window Looking In, directors Tara Hungerford and Eric Hogan profile 12 BC-based artists, among them writer William Gibson, photographer Fred Herzog and singer/songwriter...