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Space Station
Inside The Dark Web
Are Video Games Really That Bad
A Good Job: Stories of the FDNY
Michael Jackson Journey from Motown to Off the Wall
Chasing Ice
Inner Worlds Outer Worlds: 1 Akasha
Adaptation
Did Cooking Make Us Human
Requiem for the American Dream
Planet Earth II Islands
Beyond Thinking
Protestantism The Evangelical Explosion
WWII In 3D
Enemy of the State
Top Science Stories of 2017
Enchanted Kingdom
Addicted to Sexting
Awake The life of Yogananda
Changing the Game
Hidden Worlds 3D Caves of the Dead
Dinosaurs Alive
13th
What Have UFOs Done for Us
The Challenger
Rembrandt
The Story of Maths The Genius of the East
The Golden Age
Next of Kin
When One Ends, Another Begins
Jungles
Chased by Sea Monsters 3of3
Dynamic Salt
Life: Primates
Star
Empire of Dreams

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The Incredible Human Journey: Europe
The Incredible Human Journey: Europe 2009

When our species first arrived in Europe, the peak of the Ice Age was approaching and the continent was already crawling with a rival: stronger, at home in the cold and even (contrary to their popular image) brainier than us. So how did the European pioneers survive first the Neanderthals and then the deep freeze as they pushed across the continent? Alice Roberts reconstructs the head of the 'first European' to come face to face with one of our ancestors; she discovers how art became crucial for survival in the face of Neanderthal competition; and what happened to change the skin colour of these European pioneers from black to white.

Category:History  Duration:59:00   Series: The Incredible Human Journey

Monster we met: The Eternal Frontier
Monster we met: The Eternal Frontier 2006

North America - 13,000 years ago While the world was still in the grip of the last ice age, humans first crossed Siberia and entered the New World. They encountered creatures familiar to them from their travels, such as the woolly mammoth and the steppe bison, but also a whole host of new marvels. The Americas was the only continent where humans ever came face to face with sabre-toothed cats, giant ground sloths or the massive short-faced bears. As the climate warmed and the ice melted, all these megafaunal marvels vanished. What or who was responsible for their demise?

Category:Science  Duration:48:00   Series: Monster we met

Dinosaur Planet: Pod Travels
Dinosaur Planet: Pod Travels 2003

SETTING: 70 million years ago in Europe, near present-day Romania. Pod, a male pyroraptor, is alone in the world after his sisters die in a tidal wave that sweeps him out to sea. After landing on an island populated with dwarf-sized dinosaurs, Pod discovers that he's become the apex predator. But, Pod learns it's lonely at the top.

Category:Science  Duration:48:23   Series: Dinosaur Planet

Mysteries of the Moon
Mysteries of the Moon 2007

For thousands of years, mankind has found comfort in its presence. It's been a lantern for nighttime travellers, a timekeeper for farmers and a location finder for sailors at sea. For some cultures, it's even been a god. It's the only cosmic body ever visited by human beings. From afar, the Moon's luminance has captivated us since the beginning of time. And a closer look at the beacon in the dark sky reveals an ever-present source of myth, intrigue, controversy and unsolved mysteries. The field of science may cast an empirical light on some things about the Universe, but lunar experts are the first to admit they don't have all the answers when it comes to our Moon. This episode explores the theories behind Lunar Transient Phenomena that have left scientists stumped for centuries; takes to the Canadian waters to see how the Moon effects our planet through tides; and dusts off some age-old myths and weighs arguments that without our Moon, humanity may not even exist.

Category:Science  Duration:45:00   Series: The Universe

 
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