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A LEGO Brickumentary
Van Gogh
Walking with Cavemen: Savage Family
Requiem for the American Dream
Ivory Tower
Inside Einstein Mind
What the Health
Making a Murderer Eighteen Years Lost
Should We go to Mars
Fire
Zeitgeist The Movie
Rise of the Drones
The Secret World of Lewis Carroll
Travels with Vasari 1
To the Ends of the World
American Alternative Rock
unReal
Wonders Of The Universe: Destiny
Cooked: Earth
Why are Thin People not Fat
Why Do Viruses Kill
What Darwin Didnt Know
Maidentrip
Walking with Cavemen: Blood Brothers
Virunga
The Making of Jurassic Park
Vice: Killer Kids
Fastball
Vegan 2017 The Film
The True Cost
The Birth of Rock
The Story of Maths To Infinity and Beyond
Crash Landing on Mars
The Story of Maths The Language of the Universe
The Story of Maths The Frontiers of Space
The Magic of Mushrooms

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Cooked: Earth
Cooked: Earth 2016

All cooking is transformation, and in that sense, it's miraculous, it's alchemy. But of all the different transformations we call cooking, fermentation is the most miraculous and the most mysterious. And that's because it doesn't involve any applied heat at all. Discover how microbes help turn raw ingredients into delicacies like chocolate and cheese as Pollan tackles the mysterious process of fermentation.

Category:Culture  Duration:51:17   Series: Cooked

Raging Teens
Raging Teens 1998

Raging Teens follows a group of young boys and girls throughout their teenage years and captures the changes that the body undergoes through puberty. Its main focus, however, is on Beatrice and the changes she undergoes such as shopping, growing breasts, pubic hairs and her first period (her mother bought her some Chocolate Éclairs to help celebrate which must be a British thing). The boy's side covers testosterone and what changes it spurs in a lad's body such as facial hair, their voice cracking at the wrong time, and parts of the body that have until now lain dormant. You also learn that a pubic hair only grows for 6 months, which keeps it short, and is actually flat oval and not round which is why they curl.

Category:Medicine  Duration:49:00   Series: The Human Body

 
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