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Are We All Bigots
The Private Life of Plants: Travelling
Toxic Iraq
Tofu: Good Sex Bad Sex
Escape from North Korea
Tony Robbins I Am Not Your Guru
Eat Fast and Live Longer
Lands of Gold
Dinosaur Planet: White Tip Journey
Into the Abyss
Fury
Chased by Sea Monsters 1of3
Basketball Diplomacy
The Last Reef
Why Does Evil Exist
Dark Net Crush
The Incredible Human Journey: America
Dark Net Rewire
Exoplanets
Bomb It
R.E.M. by MTV
The Science of Interstellar
Clash of the Gods: Hades
Planet Dinosaur Ultimate Killers
One Voice in the Cosmic Fugue
Tales by Light Wild
What Happened Before the Beginning
Allergy Planet
Cosmic Dawn: The Real Moment of Creation
Building the Great Pyramid
Homo Interneticus
Can We Make a Star on Earth
King Arthur
Frozen Planet: Winter
Inside the Brain of a Trader
Operation Stonehenge

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Crude Impact
Crude Impact 2006

The documentary is about the effect of fossil fuels on issues such as global warming, the environmental crisis, society and the questionable practices of oil companies. It examines the interconnection of human domination of the planet and the use of petroleum, and offers solutions for how we can stop our progression down this destructive path. Written and directed by James Jandak Wood. The film has several awards and nominations

Category:Science  Duration:01:37:00   

How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth
How Many People Can Live on Planet Earth 2009

Sir David Attenborough investigates whether the world is heading for a population crisis. While much of the projected growth in human population is likely to come from the developing world, it is the lifestyle enjoyed by many in the West that has the most impact on the planet. Sir David examines whether it is the duty of individuals to commit not only to smaller families, but to change the way they live for the sake of humanity and planet Earth.

Category:Culture  Duration:59:00   

Van Gogh
Van Gogh 2006

Born in Groot-Zundert, The Netherlands, Van Gogh spent his early life as an art dealer, teacher and preacher in England, Holland and Belgium. His period as an artist began in 1881 when he chose to study art in Brussels, starting with watercolours and moving quickly on to oils. The French countryside was a major influence on his life and his early work was dominated by sombre, earthy colours depicting peasant workers, the most famous of which is The Potato Eaters, 1885. It was during Van Gogh's studies in Paris (1886-8) that he developed the individual style of brushwork and use of colour that made his name. In 1888 he moved to Arles where the Provençal landscape provided his best-known subject matter. However, it also marked the start of his mental crisis following an argument with his contemporary Paul Gauguin. Van Gogh was committed to a mental asylum in 1889 where he continued to paint, but he committed suicide in 1890.

Category:Art  Duration:60:00   Series: Power of Art

Can We Make a Star on Earth
Can We Make a Star on Earth 2009

Could nuclear fusion hold the answers to the energy crisis? It is the process that has forged all matter in the universe. It lights the stars and it is what transformed the lighter atoms that formed in the Big Bang into heavier atoms. In Can We Make a Star on Earth?, Brian Cox peers beyond the glare of our Sun to reveal the hidden forces that provide its power. He discovers how this fusion energy has kept our closest star burning for five billion years. Brian believes humanity must build a star on Earth to ensure survival. Will scientists be able to harness fusion power and achieve abundant, cheap, clean energy?

Category:Technology  Duration:59:00   

 
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