National Geographic Specials - Changing Ape
Anthropologist Jill Preutz takes us deep into the fascinating world of the creatures she has studied for nine years, giving us exclusive access to not only their groundbreaking hunting skills but their other strangely human ways.
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Animals at Work
From painting elephants and drug-busting dogs, to cats in a rock band and monkeys in school, Animals at Work travels the world in search of the most remarkable working animals on the...
National Geographic Specials - Hiroshima: The Next Day
Survivors of Hiroshima's atomic bombing and US government scientists and military personnel dispatched to analyze the...
Just Eat It
"Dining out" takes on a whole new meaning in Just Eat It. After seeing how much of our food is wasted, Grant Baldwin and Jen Rustemeyer, whose previous film The Clean Bin Project followed...
Who invented the pull-tab on canned soft drinks? How does natural gas become a garbage bag? And what makes our underwear - thankfully - stay up? In this fascinating two-part series,...
Coast returns with a fifth series journeying around the British Isles and beyond to see how shared seas unite us all. The team of presenters led by Neil Oliver embark on voyages to Brittany, where...
The Real Revolutionaries
This is the story of technologys Fairchild Eight eight men who became the driving force behind the Digital Age as they built Silicon Valley from the ground up....
Firestorm: Out of the Ashes
In August 2003, a lightning strike set the hills just outside of Kelowna ablaze. High winds and extremely dry conditions fueled the devastating inferno. When it was...
A Park For All Seasons
Immerse yourself in the beauty of our country's spectacular national parks. This series explores the history, diversity and ecology of Canada's natural treasures. You'll...