National Geographic Specials - 24 Hours After: Asteroid Impact
Travel back 66 million years ago, when a meteor struck the earth and wiped out three-quarters of all life on the planet. This program reveals the likely effects of the catastrophic impact that changed the world forever, and examines who won, who lost, and why.
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Wonders of Life
Discover the science that rules our living planet. In this beautiful and definitive five-part series, physicist Brian Cox reveals how a few fundamental laws gave birth to the most...
Fake or Fortune?
Journalist Fiona Bruce and art expert Philip Mould are back on the hunt for lost masterpieces in this fascinating three-part series. As they follow paintings back through time, using...
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Space Suite I
A star dies in a supernova explosion, and curtains of light - the aurora borealis - dance before our eyes. Galaxies collide. Comets flash across the sky. The moon arcs across night’s...
What happens if you nurture a baby chimpanzee like a human baby? How much will he become like us? A landmark experiment in the 1970s tried to find out. Nim, a baby chimp, became part of a...