David Attenborough's Micro Monsters
21:35

David Attenborough's Micro Monsters: Family

Season 1 Episode 5 ABC June 27, 2014

Earth and environment

Biology

7-8
9-10
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Some arthropods have found a new way to prosper in the world. Instead of fighting each other, they co-operate.

Some arthropods have found a new way to prosper in the world. Instead of fighting each other, they co-operate.

Imagine: The Man Who Forgot How To Read And Other Stories
45:32

Imagine: The Man Who Forgot How To Read And Other Stories

BBC World News May 4, 2012

Biology

Science

Health and PE

9-10
11-12
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Alan Yentob meets clinical neurologist and author Oliver Sacks, who shows through case studies of patients no longer able to read, recognise faces or see in 3D how much people ...

Alan Yentob meets clinical neurologist and author Oliver Sacks, who shows through case studies of patients no longer able to read, recognise faces or see in 3D how much people see not just with their eyes but with their minds.

David Attenborough's Life
49:01

David Attenborough's Life: Mammals

Season 1 Episode 3 National Geographic November 19, 2016

Biology

Earth and environment

Science

7-8
9-10
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In this landmark series David Attenborough discovers the glorious variety of life on Earth. See 30 polar bears gather to feed on a bowhead whale carcass and witness the ...

In this landmark series David Attenborough discovers the glorious variety of life on Earth. See 30 polar bears gather to feed on a bowhead whale carcass and witness the biggest fight on Earth...male humpback whales battling for a female.

David Attenborough's Life
48:26

David Attenborough's Life: Challenges Of Life

Season 1 Episode 1 National Geographic November 19, 2016

Biology

Earth and environment

Science

7-8
9-10
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In this landmark series David Attenborough discovers the glorious variety of life on Earth. Witness capuchin monkeys smashing open palm nuts with stone 'hammers' and sprint ...

In this landmark series David Attenborough discovers the glorious variety of life on Earth. Witness capuchin monkeys smashing open palm nuts with stone 'hammers' and sprint with cheetahs as they band together to tackle ostriches.

The Botany Of Desire
51:59

The Botany Of Desire

Season 1 Episode 2 ABC August 5, 2010

Geography

Biology

Earth and environment

7-8
9-10
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While tulip breeders may spend long days tending their cultivars, nothing compares to the high-tech, 24-hour intensive care given another plant -- cannabis, a.k.a. marijuana. ...

While tulip breeders may spend long days tending their cultivars, nothing compares to the high-tech, 24-hour intensive care given another plant -- cannabis, a.k.a. marijuana. The Botany of Desire explores the history and physiology of this lowly weed that has made itself so desirable that nearly 15 million Americans risk arrest each month by smoking it.

Mars
46:16

Mars: Power

Season 1 Episode 4 National Geographic August 20, 2017

Science

Media arts

Earth and environment

Biology

7-8
9-10
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In 2037, four years after Mars colonisation, a storm threatens the outpost while in the present, a bustling station in Antarctica serves as a site for scientists to study a ...

In 2037, four years after Mars colonisation, a storm threatens the outpost while in the present, a bustling station in Antarctica serves as a site for scientists to study a simulated human settlement.

MARS
47:03

MARS

Season 1 Episode 7 National Geographic December 18, 2016

Science

Media arts

Earth and environment

Biology

7-8
9-10
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The creative and scientific minds behind the series MARS, share the science behind the series and explain why we need to go to the red planet, how close we are to it and how ...

The creative and scientific minds behind the series MARS, share the science behind the series and explain why we need to go to the red planet, how close we are to it and how it will eventually happen.

Make Me White
39:13

Make Me White

Lifestyle Channel March 8, 2010

Health and PE

Biology

Science

Ethical understanding

Personal and social capability

Critical thinking

9-10
11-12
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The market for skin lightening cosmetics is reported to be worth millions - and journalist Anita Rani is on a journey to find out why. Starting in her own family, with her ...

The market for skin lightening cosmetics is reported to be worth millions - and journalist Anita Rani is on a journey to find out why. Starting in her own family, with her mother's preference for lighter skin, she explores the pressures within the Asian community that have lead to a growing number of people opting to lighten up. Skin lightening cosmetics are available both legally and illegally worldwide.