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Triumph of Life: The Four Billion Year War
Alien Planet
What If Cannabis Cured Cancer
David Attenborough Meets President Obama
The Red Sea
Black Holes
Frozen Planet: Autumn
Life: Hunters and Hunted
When Knowledge Conquered Fear
Through the Wormhole Season 6: Are We Here for a Reason
Basketball Diplomacy
Stephen Hawking: A Brief History of Mine
Facing Ali
Clash of the Gods: Medusa
Journeys in Space and Time
The Science of Doctor Who
The Gatekeepers
Battle for the Himalayas: The Fight to Film Everest
Man on Mars Mission to the Red Planet
Meditation Can It Change You
Journey to the Edge of the Universe
Project Nim
Saturn Lord of the Rings
Land Of The Mammoth
Beyond the Rainbow
Kingdom of the Blue Whale
How to Grow a Planet Life from Light
Climate Change: A Horizon Guide
Living Together
Planet Dinosaur Ultimate Killers
Shine a Light 2of2
Johnson Nixon and Vietnam: Reversal Of Fortune
Addicted to Sexting
Harmony of the Worlds
Volcano
Flying Monsters

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Why Do I Need You
Why Do I Need You 2015

In ‘Why Do I Need You?’ Dr. David Eagleman explores how the human brain relies on other brains to thrive and survive. Our fundamentally social nature can hold the key to our sucdess as a species. Our brains are so fundamentally wired to interact that we are something more like a single vast super-organism. In this age of digital connection, we desperately need to understand how human brains interact if we want our civilization to have a future, if we want to avoid fanaticism and to embrace cooperation. This neural interdependence begins at birth. Dr. David Eagleman invites a group of babies to a puppet show to showcase their ability to discern who is trustworthy, and who isn’t.

Category:Medicine  Duration:55:00   Series: The Brain with David Eagleman

A Savage Legacy
A Savage Legacy 

Examines the impact of racism in the 20th century. By 1900 European colonial expansion had reached deep into the heart of Africa. Under the rule of King Leopold II, the Belgian Congo was turned into a vast rubber plantation. Men, women and children who failed to gather their latex quotas would have their limbs dismembered. The country became the scene of one of the century's greatest racial genocides, as an estimated 10 million Africans perished under colonial rule.

Category:History  Duration:   Series: Racism: A History

Surprising Beginnings
Surprising Beginnings 2005

This BBC six-episode documentary film series presents the story of Auschwitz and the Holocaust through interviews with former inmates and guards and re-enactments. The first episode explores the beginnings of Auschwitz, and how the camp was originally intended for a purpose very different from that of the genocide of the Jews.

Category:History  Duration:47:22   Series: Auschwitz The Nazis and the Final Solution

 
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