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The fortunes of America's wildlife icons in Yellowstone, the most extensive thermal area on Earth.
Stephen Hawking challenges volunteers and viewers to consider some of humanity's greatest questions.
Dazzling computer animation highlights this six-hour "speculative documentary" following the lives of dinosaurs from their beginning to their zenith -- and their eventual decline during the Cretaceous period. The computer-generated imagery and animatronics used in the series show dinosaurs in a way you would expect to see in a feature film.
Dokumentärserie om det forntida Egypten.
A history of the Roman Empire and its leaders.
Real experiences of British soldiers in World War I.
Medieval history scholar Dr Thomas Asbridge presents his account of the Crusades, the 200-year war between the Christians and Muslims for control of the Holy Land. It's remembered as an incredibly violent battle with roots in religious fanaticism, but fresh research, eyewitness testimony and contemporary evidence from both factions shed new light on how two religions fought in the name of God. Among other story lines, the three-part miniseries traces the epic journey of the crusaders as they marched from Europe to Jerusalem; offers an examination of the Third Crusade and the legendary Richard the Lionheart and Muslim sultan Saladin; and reveals that the wars were not decided on the sacred ground of Jerusalem, but in Egypt.
Examining planets, black holes, asteroids, nebulae and other cosmic discoveries using cutting-edge research with photographic images and computer graphics.
The importance of eating a healthy diet of fruits and vegetables.
Brian Cox trata de comprender el tiempo. Desde un calendario hasta las Playas de Costa Rica.
Physicist Brian Cox discusses various aspects of the universe, featuring a "wonder" related to each featured topic. Among the topics covered are the nature of time, relating humans to the life cycles of stars and the effect of gravity across the universe.
Commander Stephen Hawking pilots his space ship on the journey of a lifetime.
Suzannah Lipscomb reveals the killers that lurked in every room of the Victorian and Edwardian home.
The human senses are pretty incredible, but people only see, hear and smell a tiny fraction of what's out there; there is a hidden world that animals across the globe can experience.
One of the natural wonders of the world and the largest living structure on our planet.
What is life? And how did it begin? Professor Brian Cox explores the globe to reveal how a few fundamental laws of science gave birth to the most complex, and unique, feature of the universe. In the five-part series, Cox -- a professor of physics at the University of Manchester in England -- travels from the Philippines to the U.S., Madagascar and Mexico to explore life through physics, and concludes that, far from demanding a mystical explanation, the emergence of life might be an inevitable consequence of the physical laws that govern the universe.
Contemporary issues in science are explored.
This co-production of the BBC and the Science Channel is hosted by physicist Brian Cox ("Wonders of the Universe"), who is fascinated by the wonders of our planet and the laws of nature that created them. In this five-part series he travels the globe to examine some of the most compelling phenomena, demonstrating the power of the sun as he watches a total solar eclipse in India and the Aurora Borealis in Norway. In addition to the breathtaking footage, viewers can learn about the power of the forces of nature and their impact on the planet in this Peabody Award-winning documentary series.
Richard Hammond explores how animals' attributes and abilities have inspired human inventions.
"Earth: The Biography" reveals the geological forces that have shaped the planet, specifically volcanoes, the oceans, the atmosphere and ice. Computer-generated imagery and the use of satellite photography offer a balance between dramatic visuals and illuminating facts, while time-lapse photography brings the planet to life.