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Jack Hanna has hosted TV shows about wildlife since the premiere of "Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures" in 1993 and has become a zoological authority in his 30-plus years working at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Ohio. On "Wild Countdown," he uses his knowledge and experience to present count-down lists of rare, fascinating creatures -- appropriate, given Hanna's many appearances on "Late Show With David Letterman." Topics include beasts equipped with armor, deceptively cute -- but dangerous -- animals, and adorable baby critters.
Host Jack Steward joins Colton Smith to travel to America's greatest treasures -- the awe-inspiring national parks -- and to spotlight their beauty and wildlife. The series and its hosts tap into people's love affair with the widely varied natural preserves -- and remind Americans to hit the road and visit the sites for themselves.
Mo Rocca of "CBS News Sunday Morning" hosts this series that celebrates inventors, including historic pioneers and forward-looking visionaries of the present. Each week, the story behind a really great invention plays out, including the passion, price and perseverance behind the items. Featured segments include "What If It Never Happened," "The Innovation by Accident" and a focus on "junior geniuses," who are contributing to the ever-changing face of technology.
This series helps change how people look at World War II thanks to hundreds of hours of video that have been declassified and fully restored in high definition. Soldiers on the front lines, secret operatives, resistance fighters, and private citizens shot the footage, some of which has never been seen, that gives viewers a firsthand look at what went on during times of battle. Episodes detail the battle over Stalingrad that was a key turning point in the war and show Japanese pilots on the morning of Dec., 7, 1941, preparing for the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Jeff Corwin explores the underwater world and talks about the importance of conservation.
This long-running, award-winning documentary series focuses on science, its many applications, speculation, history and researchers. Inspired by the BBC documentary program "Horizons, " the U.S. series frequently features interviews with scientists directly involved in the topic at hand, and sometimes even boasts footage of a particular discovery.
Alexander Armstrong and Dr Michael Scott use 3-D technology to uncover aspects of ancient Italian history.
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.
Geologist Iain Stewart investigates the creation of the continents.
Tracing the development of the personal computer.
Using a unique blend of natural history stories and computer graphics to recreate an extinct world.
Examining planets, black holes, asteroids, nebulae and other cosmic discoveries using cutting-edge research with photographic images and computer graphics.
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.
A.N. Wilson uncovers the personal life of Queen Victoria through her journals and letters.
The fortunes of America's wildlife icons in Yellowstone, the most extensive thermal area on Earth.
The importance of eating a healthy diet of fruits and vegetables.
Accompanied by chef Laurent Audiot, GĂ©rard Depardieu shares his love of local specialties during a gastronomic journey in Europe.
Suzannah Lipscomb reveals the killers that lurked in every room of the Victorian and Edwardian home.
One of the natural wonders of the world and the largest living structure on our planet.
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.