National Geographic Specials - Fatal Insomnia
Delves into the science of sleep in order to understand fatal familial insomnia, a rare but deadly genetic disease.
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Gaining Altitude: The Mosquito Reborn
The fast and maneuverable de Havilland Mosquito was a crucial element in the victory of the Allied Forces in World War II. But because of its wooden...
National Geographic Specials - Death of a Sea Monster
An incredible grave site contains countless fossilized remains of huge marine predators from the Jurassic era. On an expedition...
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...
How the Earth Changed History
This visually stunning five-part series from the BBC and National Geographic reveals how geology, geography and climate have had a far more powerful influence on...
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...
Fake or Fortune?
Stephen Ames inherited three small oil paintings believed to be by LS Lowry, one of England's most celebrated painters. If they're real, they could be worth millions. Problem is,...
Thanks to the invention of spaceflight, the drive to explore is leading us upward and outward, off of our own planet and out into the solar system where a host of alien worlds offer us...
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...