National Geographic Specials - Bones of Turkana
Follows the story of famed paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey and his family as they work in the arid northern regions of Kenya's Turkana Basin to unravel the mysteries of human evolution.
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The Men Who Made Us Spend
Why do we buy what we buy? In this three-part series, Peretti investigates how our world of rampant consumerism was created. He explores the origins of planned...
Fake or Fortune?
Internationally esteemed art dealer Philip Mould - known in the art world as 'The Master Sleuth' - and journalist Fiona Bruce return for a third season of Fake or Fortune? Filled with...
How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth?
Our population is growing and could exceed 9 billion within the next four decades. With 400,000 people born every day, how many people can live on...
National Geographic Specials - Skeletons of the Sahara
While prospecting for dinosaur bones, explorer and scientist Paul Sereno stumbled across an ancient human cemetery more than 5...
The Tipping Points
In this six-part series, BC-based journalist and adventurer Bernice Notenboom heads to areas of the planet where climate systems may be nearing a tipping point. Bernice joins...
Peak to Peak: Building the World's Biggest Gondola
For more than a decade, the owners of Whistler-Blackcomb ski resort dreamt of tying their two mountains together. With the Vancouver...
Volcanologist Thomas Pfeiffer, together with his team of local experts, cater to the adventurous and volcano curious and take guests on exciting journeys around the world to the most...
Jimmy's Food Price Hike
With the cost of basic groceries increasing by as much 64 per cent in recent years, Jimmy Doherty sets out to discover...