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Exploit

   2016    Technology
The digital era gives rise to unprecedented opportunity to exploit, and be exploited. Troves of child pornography are available at the click of a mouse. Who are these children - and who profits from their abuse? While facilitating the darker side of our impulses, technology is also being touted as a cure to rehabilitate predators. In this episode meet the children who are forced to perform sex acts on camera; people who use the same technology to protect kids and nab the perpetrators; plus, a pedophile who reveals the roots of his addiction.
Series: Dark Net

How Do I Decide

   2015    Medicine
The human brain is the most complex object we’ve discovered in the universe, and every day much of its neural circuitry is taken up with the tens of thousands of decisions we need to make. ‘How do I decide?’ is a journey through the unseen world of decisions, and how they get made. Decisión-making is what allows us to navigate a course through life. Discover how important emotions are in making decissions and, as we learn more about our own brains, we can break away from slavery to our impulses. Neuroscience shows that you're made up of multiple competing drives and by understanding how choices battle it out in the brain, we can learn how to make better decisions.
Series: The Brain with David Eagleman

Living with Predators. Conservation

   2015    Nature
The final episode of the series visits the frontline of the conflict with the world's top predators, meeting the scientists fighting to save them. Crossing five continents and combining landmark natural history footage with real-life human drama, it checks the pulse of the earth's iconic animals, including lions, tigers, polar bears and blue whales. With three-quarters of the planet's carnivores now in decline, can people find ways to live with predators before they disappear forever?
Series: The Hunt

Does the Ocean Think

   2014    Science
There could be an undiscovered species on Earth unlike anything we’ve ever known. Not in the ocean, but the ocean itself! Its body spans thousands of miles; its heart beats with a one-thousand-year pulse. It could even have an immune system capable of annihilating all other life on earth. Just as our bodies function through the interaction of water with individual cells, including bacteria and other microorganisms, the ocean’s residents might collectively form a super-organism. A recent discovery suggests the ocean is a living being capable of thought. If so, what is the ocean thinking about us?
Series: Through the Wormhole Season 5

The Art of Flight

   2011    Culture    3D
Snowboarding as you've never seen it, unless you are one of the handful of daredevils willing to risk life and limb for the glory revealed here. Jaw dropping footage with a pulse-pounding soundtrack, shot in some of the most rugged, remote and beautiful snow country on the planet. "The Art of Flight" gives iconic snowboarder Travis Rice and friends the opportunity to redefine what is possible in the mountains. Experience the highs, as new tricks are landed and new zones opened, alongside the lows, where avalanches, accidents, and wrong-turns strike. Directed by Curt Morgan ad converted by Venture 3D, one of Hollywood's leading 3D conversion companies, the feature combines meaningful storytelling and sport progressing action with some of the most captivating 3D visuals to date. The film was shot using state of the art equipment and technologies, much of which was custom designed for this project. The film transcends snowboarding with an inspirational message about adventure and exploration.
Wild Russia
Wild Russia

   2009    Nature
Zeitgeist
Zeitgeist

   2007    Culture
Conquest of the Skies
Conquest of the Skies

   2015    Nature
The Human Body
The Human Body

   1998    Medicine
The Gene Code
The Gene Code

   2011    Science
Generation Iron
Generation Iron

   2017    Culture
Ancient Rome
Ancient Rome

   2006    History
The Nazis, A Warning From History
The Nazis, A Warning From History

   1997    History