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In this eye-opening film, Presenter Seyi Rhodes sets out to discover the links between vaccine hesitancy and a toxic history of racially charged experiments that contributed to a mistrust of medical science.
Plastic Earth follows the story of a concerned mother's quest to find the solutions to the world's plastic problem after seeing a video of the ocean filled with plastic waste.
The virus that could save the world.
Coastal Defenders follows the work of a team of commercial dive engineers based on the South Coast as they battle time and tide to keep Britain’s coastlines and waterways moving.
Hosted by Guy Pearce, Advancing Australia uncovers 36 inspirational stories of ordinary Australians who are doing extraordinary things with cutting-edge ideas and passions for change, proving that we can all do better, together.
The extraordinary science and inventions behind the world’s oldest living culture. Over 65,000 years in the making, the story of Australia’s First Inventors can now be told.
In this exclusive science series, viewers get to peek under the hood and uncover unprecedented and fascinating insights into the world of Chinese science and their interstellar ambitions for the very first time.
In a world first, celebrated author and conservationist Tim Winton takes us to one of the Earth’s last truly wild and intact places. Western Australia’s global treasure, Ningaloo.
This emotional, highly personal film from follows British Olympic boxer Nicola Adams and her partner, model Ella Baig as they go through IVF treatment and pregnancy.
This series explores how climate change, nuclear war, pandemic and artificial intelligence could cause the end of civilisation, unless we safeguard our future.
A landmark documentary series about four of the most powerful men on earth, who’ve reshaped our lives and become arguably the richest in history...
Hiroshima. Nagasaki. Mercury, Nevada? The latter was the site for the testing of 928 nuclear weapons from 1951 to 1992.
A feature-length documentary about the legendary French volcanologists, Maurice and Katia Krafft. A film by Werner Herzog.
The Love Experiment
Evolve is crammed with adventure, wildlife, eye-watering locations and mind-bending futuristic science.
He has an impossible choice; win the World Championship or make a bolt for freedom...
Hidden 7 miles below Yellowstone, Americas most famous National Park lies the world’s biggest natural threat a Supervolcano. In this explosive documentary, world leading scientists unpack the danger of this natural phenomenon.
Emotional journey to the initial place of the great pandemic of our era. Meet the first people who suffered the disease and the first doctors who fought against it in a unique document.
An international team of scientists venture into the virtually unknown interior of Antarctica to explore a lake buried 3,600 feet beneath the ice.
Obesity is the biggest health crisis on the planet. This series examines the science behind a re-examination of traditionally accepted health advice and the emergence of new evidence that at last makes sense of the looming health problems we face.
In an unremarkable office space, a select group of aging engineers sacrificed promotion,
postponed retirement, and dedicated their lives to stay with the longest running and farthest
reaching mission in NASA’s history.
Journeying into some of New Zealand’s most remote and stunning locales, Volcanic New Zealand: Creation and Destruction follows researchers and adventurers working at the bleeding edge of science.
What if there was a magic pill that could help you lose weight? An elite New Zealand research facility is undertaking a revolutionary study on four overweight teenage girls to do just that. The catch? Their silver bullet that the girls must take is filled with human faeces.
The Secret Life of Materials takes us on a journey to meet the pioneers of material science and reveal their extraordinary discoveries that are transforming the world around us.
The Power of Mountain Herbs is a journey of discovery through the world of herbs.
The Kingdom: How Fungi Made Our World, takes us into an alien world where some the most persistent and ancient life-forms on our planet connect entire forests via nature’s internet - the network of fungi that connects all trees.