This film is the story of the birth, life, and death of one storm: Lucy. Beginning its tumultuous journey as an ominous sandstorm in Senegal, heading west across the Atlantic to toss enormous ships and waves topsy-turvy, then crashing into the jungles of the Caribbean, we live inside this hurricane, and it is truly awesome, scary and incredible.
A documentary exploring how the monthly cycle of the moon shapes life on Earth.
New Zealand is one of the most geographically dangerous areas in the world, with events such as the 2011 Christchurch Earthquake and 2019's White Island Earthquake revealing the power that lies beneath.
For hundreds of years, it was thought dinosaurs ruled the planet as scaly, reptilian beasts. But new findings are proving that theory wrong, and painting an entirely new picture of the dinosaur world.
Can there be such a thing as nothing? The work of scientists may uncover what our cosmos is made of and when it might collapse into an empty void again.
Hear how Victoria's devastating Marysville bushfires unfolded from those who made it out - though not entirely unscathed - and from experts on why fire is Australia's biggest natural threat.
Join us at Taronga Zoo in Sydney for a documentary series narrated by Naomi Watts. The series provides a look behind the scenes at what it takes to run one of the world's most famous and magnificent zoos.
Follow the journey of a juvenile clownfish from the kingdom of plankton to a coral reef. What predators endanger an anemone fish? What is the ideal habitat for an anemone fish? Is an anemone a plant or animal? How many species of sea anemone are there in the world? Why don't anemone fish get stung by the anemone tentacles?
Ancient plants can be found in this patch of the Daintree Rainforest. How is the forest part of the water cycle? How was this ancient patch initially discovered?
How has the cassowary adapted to thrive in the tropical forest? How are they an integral part of the food chain and ecosystem?
Phytoplankton photosynthesise to capture carbon and create oxygen. Are phytoplankton plants or animals? Why are they so important to the food chain? How do they travel? How much of the Earth's oxygen do phytoplankton produce?
What might happen if a strange dark force pulls earth from its orbit and sends us drifting out into the deadly darkness of space?
What gives each of us a unique identity? As we age our opinions and ideas change. Are we born with a permanent sense of self or can identities be altered?
From scandalous headlines to little white lies, this program explores the complex impact dishonesty has on our lives and everyday society. Interweaving groundbreaking experiments from celebrated behavioural economist Dan Ariely, with personal stories from individuals affected by the unravelling of their lies, Ariely and a team of scientists uncover our propensity to be dishonest - sometimes even unknowingly. What's revealed is a fascinating look at the forces behind our collective behaviour, and the many truths behind lies.
This special follows exciting new experiments unlocking the mysteries of the Northern Lights.
A mysterious virus threatens to wipe out an entire species of snapping turtles; an injured Fiordland crested penguin arrives from Melbourne Zoo, but will it settle in and call Taronga home?
What would happen if all of the world's volcanoes erupted at the same time? Explore the very real, and very deadly, science of volcanic activity.
Looking at the planet's top predators through the eyes of scientists trying to save them.
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