Spectacular on-location footage, evidence from geologists in the field, and clear, dramatic graphics combine to show how immensely powerful and at times violent forces of geology have formed our planet.
A look at the geologic history of the land modern day New York City sits atop; how Ice Age glaciers carved the rock beneath the metropolis, and its connection to land on the east coast of Africa.
Explorer Levison Wood and his guide Alberto take on a new expedition: to walk the 1800 miles from Mexico to Columbia. Traveling through fascinating, beautiful and diverse regions of Central America.
How does a farming region come back from devastating fires? Fires swept through south east Tasmania in 2012, destroying homes and killing livestock. But locals in this region were determined to keep their rural livelihoods.