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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Queen of the Sun
What are the bees telling us? This spellbinding film explores the catastrophic disappearance of bees around the world. Alarming and ultimately uplifting, it reveals the consequences...
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...
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...
The Beginning and End of the Universe
Professor Jim Al-Khalili tackles the biggest subject of all, the universe. Through a series of critical observations and experiments, Jim guides us...
The Men Who Made Us Fat
Around the world, obesity levels are rising - more people are now overweight than undernourished. Investigative journalist Jacques Peretti explores the profitable ways...
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...
Space Suite III
A series of 10 short films that explore the infinite wonders of our universe and our interactions with the cosmos.
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...