Nature

Life Below Zero

Life Below Zero follows seven people as they battle for the most basic necessities in the state with the lowest population density in the United States.... Read more
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Ken Burns: The Dust Bowl

In the mid-30’s farmers began using newer methods for farming their crops. No one knew it then but these new methods would contribute to the rise of a catastrophe of biblical proportions.... Read more
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Planet Dinosaur

PLANET DINOSAUR:... Read more
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Shangri-La

In the distant future, earthquakes and the effects of global warming have splintered Japanese society. Some struggle hand-to-mouth in the jungle-tangled ruins of civilization. Some live comfortably within the closed-off city of Atlas.... Read more
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Wonders of the Universe

BBC’s Wonders of the Universe: Presented by Professor Brian Cox, is an often times confusing above your head type of program that is well delivered and captures some breathtaking visuals.... Read more
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Human Planet

Human Planet shows how the people of Earth live and survive in their daily lives. From ice covered boats in Greenland to the deadly heat and sands of the deserts and so many more locations around the planet is being explored in this 8 part series.... Read more
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National Geographic

Great Migrations follows a variety of animals, insects, and aquatic creatures on their instinctual migrations that provide them with the opportunity to breed and feast, a traditional sequence that sometimes ends in their own death.... Read more
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Wonders of the Solar System

For a show titled Wonders of the Solar System, you would expect something about our universe and the wonders that fill it, right? In actuality, the show displays many of these galactic wonders and how they are featured on Earth.... Read more
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The Great Rift: Africa's Greatest Story

Africa is home to many exotic creatures and the Great Rift, the landscape between the Red Sea and the Zambezi, features a diversity of wildlife like no other.... Read more
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