What happens when we die? Do we cease to exist or do we survive in some form? Now, scientists are closer than ever to finding the answer.
Coppola, Scorsese, Lucas and Spielberg. These are the stories of the movies that have become timeless classics and defined the Seventies.
Upon realising her generation won't have a future unless the world's politicians act now on climate change, 15-year-old Greta Thunberg skipped school in August 2018 to protest outside the Swedish parliament.
The war is over and titans are on the move: Gandhi returns to India from South Africa to begin the fight that will bring him fame and his people their freedom; Lenin dies in 1924 and up steps a real titan - Josef Stalin; Franklin D Roosevelt is Secretary of the US Navy but in 1921 a promising career seems wrecked by polio; Adolf Hitler (age 29) ends the war in military hospital; Winston Churchill struggles to resume a political career. The first of the titans to emerge grabs power in this episode - Benito Mussolini.
Find out why Greta Thunberg skipped school to protest outside the Swedish Parliament about climate issues.
After denouncing Stalin's crimes in 1956, Khrushchev confounded the world with his behaviour. But he wasn't nearly as soft as he portrayed himself.
Morgan Freeman explores how our universe came to be. Science shows the four forces governing it are so finely tuned, it's led many to believe something must have calibrated them.
The most extreme parts of New Zealand are in the South Island. This is home to some of the most rapidly rising mountains in the world, the Southern Alps.
Australia's biggest outback city, Kalgoorlie has witnessed a gold boom like no other. Over the past 125 years, its gold has kept rising to the surface. And so have community tensions. From the early settlers forcing the traditional owners off their ancient land, foreign prostitutes and their brothels corralled into a contained section of the city, and the introduction of Italian miners eventually bringing about one of Australia's worst-ever race riots, Kalgoorlie's residents haven't always lived together harmoniously. But thanks to the ever-present gold and the simple game of two-up, this city has survived the times. Greig Pickhaver visits the biggest open pit goldmine in Australia to explore how, even today, Kalgoorlie attracts people from around the world.
For civilians in war torn Syria, hope and safety lie in an underground hospital run by a young female pediatrician working in unimaginable horror.
Isolated since the time of the dinosaurs, New Zealand's wildlife has been left to its own devices - with surprising consequences.
In episode one, the team go in search of barnacle geese goslings making their first terrifying leaps of faith from sheer cliff faces 120 metres high.
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At the mercy of the sun's life, what will humans do when we can no longer call Earth home? And what did we do when faced with this question before?
Neil deGrasse Tyson takes us on a cosmic adventure, from the ancient heretic who opened our way to the stars, to billions of years in the future.
Space seems like it goes on forever - but does it? New evidence suggests the Universe is finite, so what could lie beyond this cosmic border?
New Zealand was one of the last land-masses to be found and settled by people. Lush and fertile, almost everything brought here flourishes, often with surprising consequences. This is the story of how humans have shaped the island nation.
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