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With half of the world’s coral reefs already lost, and the dire prediction we will lose another 90% within 30 years, scientists are racing against time to create super corals that survive in warmer oceans. Can they do it before it’s too late?
Veteran polar bear guide Dennis Compayre prepares for a remarkable expedition, following polar bears for an entire year to learn how they survive. From the birthing den to precarious sea ice, a mother bear leads her cubs on the journey of a lifetime.
Every year, along the coast of Costa Rica, tens of thousands of olive ridley sea turtles arrive on the beach to lay millions of eggs. How do they know when and where to do this? Turtle Beach gets inside the nest for a look into the secret world of these amazing creatures.
Take a road trip through an alternate rock’n’roll universe, where Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Jackie Wilson are forever in their prime. Almost Almost Famous explores the lives of some of the world’s top tribute artists, the cost of borrowed fame and the risk of getting "lost in the act.”
What Trees Talk About: Secrets in the Boreal Forest is a stunning nature documentary that explores the secret life of trees, and how the boreal forest has the power to shape not only the lives of the plants and animals that live within it, but our lives and life across the entire globe.
When their two-year-old son Oskar is diagnosed with autism, this busy family of seven drops everything for a year to focus on his therapy. As they strive to connect with him, they confront a critical question: does accepting Oskar mean accepting his autism?
When a brutal crime is committed, who is ultimately to blame? My Brain Made Me Do It explores the biology of the brain and why some people can’t stop themselves from committing harmful or criminal acts.
In this beautiful and timeless film by Jeff McKay, we follow scientist and author Diana Beresford-Kroeger as she investigates our profound biological and spiritual connection to forests. Across the northern forests, Diana takes us on a journey to relearn the forgotten wisdom of trees.
There were many kinds of casualties in the Vietnam War. Vietnam: Canada’s Shadow War, is an account of how an American war changed Canada forever.
The Curious Case of Vitamins and Me is a fun and informative deep dive into the science of vitamins and supplements. Are they necessary for optimal health and wellness? Award-winning filmmaker and health fanatic Bryce Sage goes on a mission to find out.
Decoding Desire challenges everything you thought you knew about sex and desire. By exploring research on animals, scientists are unraveling the mysteries of intimacy and how sexual diversity and the experience of pleasure itself may be the key to species survival.
Ticked Off: The Mystery of Lyme Disease is an eye-opening documentary that explores how climate change is rapidly moving this mysterious tick-borne illness into new territories and how it is often misdiagnosed and mistreated.
Smoking, overeating, shopping…Are we Slaves to Habit? The brain may be willing, but the body can be weak. Take an in-depth look at bad habits, the behavior that surrounds them, and the startling new science on the interaction between brain chemistry, habit and self-control.
As top universities around the world struggle with an epidemic of cheating, Faking the Grade takes a hard look at why this win-at-any-costs strategy is happening and how the system encourages it.
A luscious exploration of the natural world, Smarty Plants uncovers the secret world of plants - a landscape pulsing with sex, movement, communication, and social interaction. A world where plants talk, forage, wage war and protect their kin; a world where plants behave a lot like us.
Headlines would have us believe that teenage girls have gone wild. But is that really true? Vixens & Virgins follows three teenage girls and shares the intimate details of their personal lives, examining the real-life story behind the media hype and the role media plays in sexualizing teenagers.
Forget everything you think you know about teenagers. Surviving:) The Teenage Brain is a fun, cutting edge look at the science behind those turbulent years. New theories help explain why teens do what they do and how the teenage years are essential to the survival of our species.
TuTuMUCH follows 9 young dancers behind-the-scenes as they plié and pirouette for coveted spots in a professional ballet summer program at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School. Leaving home, often for the first time, each girl confronts the painstaking and rewarding realities of living her dream.
One thing is certain about human nature...we’re born talkers. Is all that access to technology making us happy? Crackberry’d: The Truth About Information Overload explores how technology devices are affecting our lives and offers solutions for managing computer and cell phone use.
Science reveals that by the age of four we have all learned to lie: we lie to protect ourselves and to get what we want. The Truth About Liars reveals the only "truth" we know about lying: everyone does it, and we can't easily detect it.
With passion, sensitivity and wry humour, 40 Years of One Night Stands recounts how—with guts, grit and tenacity—a fledgling dance group in the middle of nowhere survives challenge and misfortune to become one of the world’s premier ballet companies, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
Science of the Senses is a detailed and insightful two-part documentary series that explores the complex, delicate and richly textured interface between our inner selves and the outer world and explains the latest neuroscience behind the “experience” of sight, smell, touch and hearing.