Discover how humans conquered the planet. There are 7 billion humans on earth, spread across the whole planet. New scientific evidence suggests that it all started with a tiny group of people who left Africa on an incredible journey. Crossing the world in five epic journeys, Human Journey follows the archaeological and genetic footprints of our ancient ancestors in search of the lost story of how their journeys transformed our species into the humans we are today and how we came to dominate the planet.
Part two continues in it presentation of evidence that Huismann believes proves once and for all that Oswald was a weapon-for-hire in the deadly duel between John F. Kennedy and Fidel Castro.
A chronology of events in the world of boxing, from Jake LaMotta and his ties to the mafia, to Cassius Clay and his eventual conversion to Islam.
We all know the word "Neanderthal" to be an unflattering qualifier for some of our more uncultured and dim-witted fellow humans. But was the real Neanderthal man truly such an intellectual dunce? The Real Neanderthal Man looks at modern scientific findings that reveal quite the opposite.
In a nation abuzz with talk of the proposed 'education revolution', Voices From The Cape is an inspiring story set in the community of Aurukun. This two-part series for Message Stick documents a genuinely exciting approach to engaging young people from at-risk communities and inspiring them to use their voices again.
How far would you go to rediscover your youth? Documentary maker Nicky Taylor is willing to take things to the extreme. In How Young Can I Get? Nicky embarks on an intensive anti-ageing regime to achieve a more youthful look exploring just how far we, and the anti-ageing industry, are prepared to go to find the elixir of youth.
Pria visits Australian ex-pats in the London. He speaks with radio announcer Jonathan Coleman, human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson and Australian High Commissioner Philip Flood about their perceptions of "Australianisms".
Chopper Rescue is a unique observational documentary series following the work of the helicopter rescue crews of Emergency Management Queensland (EMQ), who serve the people of far north Queensland. The Chopper Rescue crews are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and operate out of two bases in the far north cities of Townsville and Cairns. Consisting of pilot, air crew officer, rescue crew officer, paramedic and emergency doctor, the crews cover vast distances from the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef to the remote outback.
British actor Stephen Fry embarks on a deeply personal journey: HIV. Stephen delves into the complex world of HIV and, in his usual critical but compassionate manner, examines society's understanding of the virus.
The second of a fascinating series on the vast array of sleep disorders features more people for whom sleep is a mysterious and often frightening thing. The clinicians at Papworth Clinic in Cambridge, UK meet Alex who suffers from night terrors - only his experiences are more than terrors. They have him jumping out of windows and running out of houses.
On 27 January 1945, Red Army soldiers liberate the camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau. In this series final, see how the soldiers are not informed of the camps' existence, so when they enter it, they are utterly shocked by the walking skeletons, the remains of the gas chambers and the piles of human hair. But it is not only Auschwitz-Birkenau that horrifies the world. A few months later other concentration camps are liberated among them Bergen-Belsen, where thousands of unburied bodies are strewn over the ground. The British are horrified and unprepared for how to deal with the situation 14,000 prisoners die in the first five days following their liberation; another 14,000 succumb in the following weeks.
This series features people from all walks of life telling their personal stories about an event or decision in their past that they now regret.
The Moon takes a look at our closest neighbour in space. How was it viewed by our ancestors? What is its effect on the Earth and on people? Is it really made of cheese?
This short BBC clip offers an excellent backgrounder to humanity's relationship with the moon.
In a experimental study about the extreme lengths some women will go to lose weight, two average-sized journalists accept a challenge to whittle themselves down to a size zero within five weeks. With everything short of surgery and drugs at their disposal, the effects of the rapid weight loss and extreme dieting on these two women has to be seen to be believed.
Four Wives, One Man is a portrait of four wives, a polygamist husband, their incredibly free-speaking mother-in-law, and their many, many children - all living under the same roof in a rural Iranian village. Four Wives, One Man follows the story of Heda, an Iranian farmer and his four wives, Farang, Goli, Shapar, Ziba and their 20 children. Their polygamist lifestyle, although sanctioned by the Koran, is not common in Iran, and of these incidents, most take place in rural villages and towns.
1944 - the most important year in the history of Auschwitz. The year when more people are killed than ever before. It's also the year in which the Nazis send messengers to sow seeds of confusion amongst the Allies when the Western Allies struggle with the dilemma of whether to negotiate with the Nazis about the Jews and whether or not to bomb the camp.
Students will be inspired and excited by the best of cutting edge engineering. Demonstrating a broad range of engineering applications, this series focuses on the engineers themselves - who they are, what they do and how they think. Today: Blackpool's 'Big One' is the biggest, fastest rollercoaster in Britain. This program meets the engineers whose job is to scare the life out of people.
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