A humorous and heartwarming docu-soap following the daily dramas of the human and animal residents of the world's first sloth orphanage.
In 1328, following the death of the last Capetian king, Charles IV, the crown of France passed to the Valois dynasty. That infuriated the young English king, Edward III, who saw himself as the legitimate heir to the French throne. That rivalry between the French and English led to the longest, bloodiest conflict in European history: the Hundred Years' War. From the battlefield of Crecy to the Basilica of Saint Denis, the epic historical reconstructions and gripping narratives of this series reveal how the lust for power and personal obsessions of princes redrew the frontiers of France and other European nations.
Great gatherings on Earth are rituals. Visit the desert, where Burning Man's new rituals fulfil a desire to belong, and Japan, where 2000 men perform a chaotic fire ritual to be renewed.
A new arrival gets a presidential welcome and Sloth Scientist Becky unravels the secrets of sloth attraction.
David Attenborough takes a breathtaking journey through the vast and diverse continent of Africa as it has never been seen before. In Africa's ancient south west corner, two extraordinary deserts sit side by side. Water is in short supply, yet these deserts are somehow full of life because the creatures that live here have turned the rules of survival on their head. This film celebrates nature's ingenuity, no matter how tough it gets. In the Kalahari scrublands, clever meerkats are outsmarted by a wily bird, solitary and belligerent black rhinos get together to party and giant insects stalk huge flocks of birds. Rain almost never falls in the Namib - instead it must make do with vaporous, vanishing fog. The creatures in this, the world's oldest desert, have gone to the extremes, as spiders wheel to escape and a desert giraffe fights to defend his scant resources in the greatest giraffe battle ever filmed.
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, this two-hour History special presents the key events of the Allied invasion of Nazi-held Europe and the subsequent battles that captured the control of the Normandy coast. Some of the last surviving veterans recall in gripping detail the terror, the patriotism and the drama from the frontlines of war. While D-Day has been told many times, this special honours the diverse backgrounds of all who served, including the experiences of African-American servicemen who fought and died. Rare archival footage from the actual invasion along with recreations will enhance the compelling story that changed the world.
The sanctuary team tries to save a poisoned sloth, Nursery Manager, Claire turns sloth sleuth to find a much-loved missing toy.
Daniel Monks is the first Australian to take out the Busan Bank Award for his acclaimed independent feature film, Pulse, a story about a gay, disabled teenager who undergoes a futuristic body swap procedure.
This is war at its weirdest. Here are the strange stories you will not find in any other history show. This episode; A desperate Nazi hunt for the lost continent of Atlantis. The Hollywood star who was a teenage spy. The monstrous regiment of Russian fighting women. And the angelic host that saved the day at Mons.
Two rehabilitated sloths are released back into the wild and Sloth Scientist Becky gets a buzz from a sloth skeleton.
Jana Castillo is one of Australia's leading female contemporary dancers, and a performer with the Australian Dance Theatre. Growing up in Wodonga, it was evident from a young age that Jana was born for the stage, often sacrificing social time for a dance studio and eisteddfods.
Antarctica: the coldest, windiest, most hostile continent. Only the toughest can survive here. But the ocean here is warming and with that comes an uncertain future.
We uncover the journey of one of Australia's leading visual artists, Prue Stevenson. We explore Prue's artist practice, how it began, and how her identity as an autistic person intertwines with her artistic practice.
Sanctuary favourite, Siddwiggy, puts a new tracking system to the test, Claire becomes sloth anger management counsellor.
At the age of 24, King Charles VI of France lost his mind. The throne of France was in danger. Burgundians and Armagnacs went to battle. Civil war began to rage, encouraging the ambitions of the King of England. The Hundred Years' War flamed up again. But with the help of Joan of Arc, a 17-year-old girl from Domremy, France's Dauphin, the future king Charles VII, resisted England's attempts to seize the throne. From the battlefield of Agincourt to the royal Chateau d'Amboise and the magnificent fortress of Chinon, the epic historical reconstructions and gripping narratives of this series reveal how the lust for power and personal obsessions of princes redrew the frontiers of France and other European nations.
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