In Borneo, Dame Judi Dench explores one of the oldest and most untouched rainforests in the world when she travels to the Danum Valley to encounter some of the most diverse wildlife and tallest tropical trees in the world.
This program presents the unsung heroes of the global food chain. You will witness, as never before, fantastic journeys that are full of wonder, drama and beauty.
Never-before-seen footage of how the Space Shuttle Challenger and teacher Christa McAuliffe continue to impact the world.
Dr Sarah McKay uncovers the revolutionary science that promises to keep your brain healthy into old age - and uncovers the drugs that hope to defeat many of the diseases of ageing.
Discover one of nature's last great mysteries in this miraculous story of love, courage and survival. In a place like no other on the planet, the dramatic and desolate Lake Natron in northern Tanzania, you'll witness a spectacle unlike anything you've seen before: a million crimson-winged flamingos arriving to continue the circle of life. Focusing on the adventures of a single chick set against a backdrop of never-before-filmed landscapes, this is a visually stunning journey into the life and struggles of the mysterious and inspiring flamingo.
Recently retired ABC newsreader Ian Henderson sets out on a quest to find the secrets of ageing healthily. He discovers that a new understanding of how the trillions of cells in our bodies age could keep us all younger for longer. He meets Australian scientists working at the cutting edge of ageing biology and learns that their research isn’t just about making us live longer, but also about keeping us healthier into old age - improving our ‘healthspan’. They reveal that we can all improve our healthspan by making simple changes to the way we live our lives.
Life is an adventure - especially for a newborn animal who has so much to learn. This feature takes audiences to the wildest corners of the planet to tell the tales of five courageous animals as they tackle the very first challenges of their young lives.
In this clip from Foreign Correspondent Craig visits a company making cell based and plant based meat. He tries a 'cultured chicken' nugget.
Can cutting edge science make you more intelligent, live for longer, function without sleep? In short, improve your life? The funny and thought-provoking film, Make Me Live Forever moves from the quirky to cutting edge science, as Michael Mosley attempts to find out if he can live forever.
Presented by Michael Mosley. Can cutting edge science make you more intelligent, live for longer, function without sleep? In short, improve your life? Make Me Stay Awake moves from the quirky to cutting edge science, as Michael Mosley tests the extraordinary claim that we might only need a few hours of sleep - if that - each night.
Can cutting edge science make you more intelligent, live for longer, function without sleep? In short, improve your life? In Make Me Smart the first episode of a three part BBC series, Michael Mosley sets out to find out what intelligence is, and where it comes from.
Narrated by Peter Overton and using extensive NASA archival footage including rarely seen film and video, we follow the historic first-ever moon landing and look back at this monumental achievement.
Australia is a land of diverse and often extreme habitats, with vast expanses of wetlands, dense forests and arid plains. It's populated by an immense array of birdlife. There are more than 800 species of birds here and the country's isolation from the rest of the world for millennia means that many of its birds are unique.
The final secrets of Apollo 11 are revealed, bringing to life the last stages of a program that embraced tragic setbacks and historic success.
Against the backdrop of the Cold War, follow the Apollo program from the disaster of Apollo 1 to the triumph of the Apollo 8 mission.
This episode takes Americans to the moon and back. Dreams of space dramatically intersect with dreams of democracy on American soil, raising questions of national priorities and national identity. This final episode also considers what happens to scientific and engineering programs - and to a country - after ambitious national goals have been achieved.
This instalment covers 1964-1968, four heady, dangerous years in the history of the space race, focusing on the events surrounding the Apollo 1 and Apollo 8 missions. As Americans moved through the '60s and reflect on the challenges ahead, many begin to wonder: what exactly is it going to take to beat the Soviets to the moon?
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