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Experts protect World Heritage Sites across the globe.

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aired 573 days ago
Inside Prague's castles, crypts, hidden spaces, and old traditions.
aired 601 days ago
We meet the mountain rangers, scientists and volunteers who are dedicated to protecting and preserving Japan's iconic volcano.
aired 762 days ago
The famed Galapagos Islands teem with fantastic wildlife found nowhere else on earth.
aired 769 days ago
Experts protect World Heritage Sites across the globe; with the threat of climate change looming, join a team of experts as it protects a World Heritage Site in the heart of the Amazon rainforest.
aired 769 days ago
Port development, is adding to the multitude of woes facing the Great Barrier.
aired 1,154 days ago
One of the grandest works of architecture on the planet, this monument to undying love is at risk of collapsing into the river beside it.
aired 1,154 days ago
The battle to preserve the essence of Kyoto from the threat of modernization.

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