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Men Rights

   2018    Culture
The films looks at the world of men's rights activists. Buzzfield reporter Scaachi Koul talks about her personal online encounters with the aggressive anti-feminist movement and talks to an expert who describes them as misogynistic. She talks to a female men's rights activist to find out what she has to say. She also looks at programs that try to help men without blaming women.
Series: Follow This

Loose Lips Sink Ships

   2020    History
Sultan Mehmed II's siege of Constantinople enters its third week. Mehmed's artillery teams continue their relentless bombardment of Constantinople's walls. After his navy suffers a devastating defeat, Mehmed moves his ships overland to the Golden Horn in a daring, visionary feat. In the shadow of betrayal, Giustiniani attacks the Ottoman fleet.
Series: Rise of Empires: Ottoman

How to Make a Hero

   2018    Culture
A hero is just someone who acts selflessly, out of concern for others, at personal risk and without the expectation of reward. In this episode, Michael Stevens asks employees to help him run a seemingly dangerous experiment, to see if they would blow the whistle to stop him.
Series: Mind Field Season 2

Divergent Minds

   2018    Medicine
Autistic minds provide windows into how we all think, feel, and behave. A complete brain science should be able to account for all kinds of minds and brains. As long as some minds remain a mystery, so too will all minds.
Michael Stevens travels to London to meet a blind, autistic savant with astonishing musical abilities, and volunteers to have his brain's function temporarily disrupted at UCLA's Neuromodulation Lab.
Series: Mind Field Season 2

The Electric Brain

   2018    Medicine
The nervous system is fundamentally electric. When we move our arm, it moves because a electric signal has been sent to the muscle that controls it. Now, because the brain is electric, we could also use electricity to record what the brain is doing or bypass it entirely, and control a body. That means that we could restore movement to people who are paralyzed, feel through an artificial hand as if it was our own, and even read people's minds.
Michael Stevens explores how electricity can be used to move cockroaches, control other peoples' limbs and even read peoples' thoughts.
Series: Mind Field Season 2

The Eye of God

   2016    Science
The film examines strange shapes of the universe, such as the 'Eye of God', the hexagon on Saturn, and the 'face' on Mars. One of Saturn's moons is a Star Wars lookalike. Could the strange patterns of the universe now solve mysteries that have haunted mankind since ancient times?
Series: The Universe Season 8
Inner Worlds Outer Worlds
Inner Worlds Outer Worlds

   2012    Culture
Black Hole Apocalypse
Black Hole Apocalypse

   2018    Science
Rise of Empires: Ottoman
Rise of Empires: Ottoman

   2020    History
Cosmos
Cosmos

   1980    Science
Earth, the Power of the Planet
Earth, the Power of the Planet

   2007    Nature
Leaving Neverland
Leaving Neverland

   2019    Culture
How the Universe Works Season 6
How the Universe Works Season 6

   2018    Science
Art of Eternity
Art of Eternity

   2007    Art