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A.I. and the Destiny of Mankind
Stephen Hawking Favorite Places II
The True Cost
R.E.M. by MTV
Beyond the Rainbow
Hagia Sophia: Istanbuls Ancient Mystery
Climate Change The Facts
The Private Life of Plants: Travelling
Nemesis The Sun Evil Twin
Kurt Cobain Montage of Heck
The Most Dangerous Band in the World. The Story of Guns N Roses
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Science Britannica: Frankenstein Monsters
Professor Brian Cox grapples with science's darker side, asking why, when science has done so much for us, it often gets such a bad press. Starting with the original Frankenstein - the grisly 19th century tale of George Foster's hanging and subsequent 'electrocution', Brian confronts the idea that science can go 'too far'. From the nuclear bomb to genetic modification, British science has always been at the cutting edge of discovery, but are British scientists feckless meddlers, or misunderstood visionaries whose gifts to humanity are corrupted by the unscrupulous?
It sounds like a Hollywood blockbuster: a deadly asteroid is on a collision course with Earth. But in reality, it's only a matter of time before a giant space rock threatens to wipe out civilization. An asteroid took out the dinosaurs sixty-five million years ago. Are we next? This episode analyzes the threat and explores the many ways--from a nuclear bomb to ingenious new technology--that experts are proposing to stop Armageddon
The series is a re-examination of some of the under-reported and darkest parts of American modern history using little known documents and newly uncovered archival material, looking beyond official versions of events to the deeper causes and implications and exploring how events from the past still have resonant themes for the present day. This episode addresses the historical backround, consequences and reasons behind the use of atomic bombs against the Japanese in the second world war.
The Untold History of the United States
The Fukushima Lights
Documentary about the Fukushima catastrophe.
The Kingdom How Fungi Made Our World
You find fungi in Antarctica and in nuclear reactors. They live inside your lungs and your skin is covered with them. Fungi are the most under appreciated and unexplained organisms, yet they could cure you from smallpox and turn cardboard boxes into forests. They could even transform Mars into Eden. There are vastly more fungi species than plants and each and every one of them plays a crucial role in life’s support systems. Join us on a journey into the mysterious world of Fungi to witness their beauty, unravel their mysteries and discover how this secret kingdom is essential to life on Earth, and may in fact hold the key to our future.
The Private Life of Plants
Art of Eternity
Galapagos with David Attenborough
The Nazis, A Warning From History
In Search of Beethoven
Life of a Universe
Earth from Space
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