A fossil known as the 'duelling dinosaurs' depicts predator and prey as they died in combat. It's a dramatic fossil, but also one that is central to a controversial debate. Does it provide evidence proving the existence of a separate tyrannosaur species?
A baby is born on the day the show premieres. What kind of world can she expect to grow up in? One of her possible futures is explored.
An exploration of human potential for change, concluding with the story of one of history's greatest monsters and his virtuous transformation.
Warp drives, wormholes, and teleportation - if physicists break the speed of light, could the final frontier be within our reach?
Cancer surgeon Dr Richard Babor explores how technology can help us prevent cancer. He discovers how IVF technology can stop cancer being passed down through families. He finds out how dogs can sniff cancer, and how we can apply that to prevention. He takes a journey into alternative technologies and asks if there's any benefit to expensive therapies. He investigates whether genetic engineering could wipe out cancer once and for all and what the consequences could be for humanity.
Aliens almost certainly do exist. So why haven't we yet met ET? We're only just developing instruments powerful enough to scan for them.
Filmmaker Luc Jacquet returns to the Antarctic to revisit the emperor penguins who call the frozen continent home. A decade after making his Academy Award-winning March of the Penguins, Jacquet spent two months shooting in the Antarctic winter using 4K cameras, airborne drones, and under-ice diving to show the astonishing lives of these mysterious creatures in an entirely new light. This film tells the story of two penguins, a father and son, as they face and overcome the almost unimaginable challenges of life in this hostile land.
How a deadly embrace between science and state altered the fate of the world, and a gripping cautionary tale of mass casualty and unlikely survival.
Meet the man who stumbled on a hole in the reality of quantum mechanics and the still-unfolding technology that made it possible.
Peeling back the layers of existence, scientists examine whether new ways of perceiving the world might allow us to unlock the secrets of the universe.
Richard looks at the real impact of sleep and stress. He examines our relationship with our most popular vices such as smoking and alcohol. He discovers how the way we move can impact our cancer odds, and how 40 percent of cancer can be prevented through lifestyle changes.
Everywhere we look on Earth, we find life. Yet we have only ever found life here. How did the stuff of stars come together to create life as we know it? What do we mean by 'life'?
From the Torres Straits to Tasmania, and everywhere in between, this is a showcase of Australia's most stunning landscapes. NITV pays tribute to that which gives us life: Country.
How the crew caught incredible footage of fierce boxing matches between huge kangaroos competing for the role of alpha male.
The mysterious untold story of the scientist who made the Apollo Mission possible, and the death of a robotic explorer on another world.
Off the coast of Italy, engineers enter the final stage of an epic endeavour: the operation to raise and re-float the Costa Concordia cruise ship.
How far do our perceptions extend? Researches investigating the hidden depths of our brains explore the possibility a 'global consciousness'.
This is a true first contact story between humans and the beings who communicate in a symbolic language.
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