Craig gives Australian's a powerful message about carbon emissions. He tries to talk to the Australian Prime minister to combat this issue.
Introduced to Australia as a game animal, feral deer are rampant across the country, devouring pasture and causing environmental damage. Control solutions are not simple.
What if we designed the perfect human body from scratch? What would it look like? And how could it change the way we live? In this program, anatomist Alice Roberts embarks on an audacious scientific stunt: rebuilding her own body from scratch to edit out the errors left behind by evolution. With the help of innovative sculptor and 3D printing expert Scott Eaton, Alice is going to create a life-size model of the perfect human body. Big, bold, and slightly bonkers, this landmark two-part factual theatre series uncovers the surprising secrets of natural selection and reveals what our bodies would look like if we took them back to the drawing board.
Craig Reucassel investigates our transport emissions, which are the second major contributor to our total carbon emissions. He explores how we can make the move from petrol guzzlers to electric vehicles.
Emily Jateff from Australian National Maritime Museum discusses how our plastic waste impacts sea birds and how DMS gas released from plankton creates a circular connection between land and sea.
The technology to move our civilisation to Mars is nearly upon us. Is cross-galaxy travel possible with new propulsion technology?
Take a trip to the world's largest Elephant hospital in Lampang, Northern Thailand.
Director of Australia's Ocean Odyssey Nick Robinson talks about clown fish life cycles and their relationship with anemones. He then explains how hundreds of turtles are born but only a lucky few survive to return years later.
Shaping the landscape of Venus for billions of years, ancient volcanoes have left scars across the planet.
Shared beliefs give rise to governments from dictatorships to America's first democracy. This episode investigates lost cities in the Mexican jungle, a subterranean temple in Peru, a potlatch ceremony in the Pacific Northwest, and a tapestry of shell beads whose story inspires the US government.
Sir Frank Lowy, the self-made billionaire and founder of Westfield Corporation, faces a dilemma - whether or not to sell the company he has spent his life building. Standing at a crossroads, Frank reflects for the first time on his war-torn childhood as a way to shape his perspective on this monumental decision.
On Jupiter, storms can last centuries and unleash power unrivalled on Earth.
Saturn has 62 moons and potentially hundreds of moonlets still to be catalogued.
When American troops joined the epic battle against the Japanese in World War II, a British journalist followed along, equipped with a movie camera, some rolls of colour film, and a powerful friendship with General Douglas MacArthur. Follow the travels of war correspondent William Courtenay and his unrivalled reporting on the Pacific campaign and its great commander. Witness his remarkable archival recordings, from multiple island attacks to the aftermath of the bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima.
In a field near the Nepalese hamlet of Gokyo, four men climb into two fragile wicker baskets and pour flame into their hot air balloons. Rising powerfully into the skies, their crafts follow a course towards the highest place on Earth - Everest. For Leo Dickinson and Chris Dewhirst, the cameraman and pilot in one of the balloons, the flight will settle old scores after three previous attempts and several life threatening crashes. Alternative title: Everest by Balloon.
Jack Kirby and Stan Lee invented Marvel's most beloved characters. But was it Kirby's artwork or Lee's bravado and writing that started a revolution?
Seven pilgrims of differing faiths and beliefs tackle the 2200km Sultans Trail by road and on foot, a modern-day pilgrimage across Europe to the historic city of Istanbul.
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