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Is Anybody Out There ?

50m 59s

Nothing has spurred the search for extraterrestrial life as much as the discovery of thousands of Earth-like planets by the Kepler probe. On this basis, we can now calculate how many stars in the Milky Way could have a planet like ours: 1 billion. If we could prove extraterrestrial life, this would fundamentally change the understanding of our world, our life and our self. Shall we try to contact? Or should we hide?

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Space Robot Revolution

52m 27s

Robotics is everywhere, and humans have already been working closely with robots, if not replaced by them. But today, robots are clearly key actors in the future conquest of the space. While some androids have already been sent into space, other finer prototypes will soon join or replace them.

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Space Robot Revolution

52m 27s

Robotics is everywhere, and humans have already been working closely with robots, if not replaced by them. But today, robots are clearly key actors in the future conquest of the space. While some androids have already been sent into space, other finer prototypes will soon join or replace them.

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Love at Work

37m 02s

Living side by side, 24 hours a day. It is the condition of couples who, in addition to private life, share professional life. But there is no risk of quarreling? Or in the long run do not they get bored? In the documentary the testimonies of a bunch of couples who made this choice.

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FortMcMoney vote Jim Roger

52m 06s

"Fort McMoney: The Film" Vote for Jim Rogers! returns with an immersive journey into Fort McMurray, Alberta, the world’s third largest oil reserve and war chest of Canada. For three years, an obsession recurs in the director’s work: Is democracy soluble in oil?

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Here Right Now

54m 41s

Here Right Now looks at life through the lenses of Julie and Layton, two young adults living with terminal cancer as they candidly share what it’s like to all at once be dying and living.

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24 Hours Police - Episode 3 - Violence & Guns

44m 59s

We’re on patrol with police on the streets of four major cities. Comparing crime rates and policing methods and to see what we can learn from overseas experience. We filmed for 24 hours, starting at 8am on a Saturday in Auckland, Perth, San Francisco and Oslo.

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A Simpler Way : Crisis As Opportunity

1h 18m

A feature-length documentary that follows a community in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises. Throughout the year the group build tiny houses, plant veggie gardens, practice simple living, and discover the challenges of living in community.

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A Simpler Way : Crisis As Opportunity

1h 18m

A feature-length documentary that follows a community in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises. Throughout the year the group build tiny houses, plant veggie gardens, practice simple living, and discover the challenges of living in community.

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A Simpler Way : Crisis As Opportunity

1h 18m

A feature-length documentary that follows a community in Australia who came together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises. Throughout the year the group build tiny houses, plant veggie gardens, practice simple living, and discover the challenges of living in community.

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The Son of Al-Onsol

1h 54m

The film tells the story of a notorious con-man that has been labeled “Consul” due to his abilities to forge passports and visas. However, the police catch up with “Al Qonsol” and place him under arrest.A young man also tries to convince “Al Qonsol” that he is in fact his son and is aided by a young woman. Thus, the former character is given the label “Ibn Al Qonsul” (“Consul’s son”).

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Animal Society - Episode 13

23m 43s

We explore the Animal Kingdom and look closely at how animal tribes/families live together. The family dynamic – the role of mum and dad, the competition and bonding between the offspring, when do they leave their patch/home to start their own ? We see common themes in how animal families work and live together, protect each other and then go off to fend for themselves across a range of species.

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Animal Society - Episode 12

23m 43s

We explore the Animal Kingdom and look closely at how animal tribes/families live together. The family dynamic – the role of mum and dad, the competition and bonding between the offspring, when do they leave their patch/home to start their own ? We see common themes in how animal families work and live together, protect each other and then go off to fend for themselves across a range of species.

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Animal Instinct - Episode 12

24m 03s

Animals and nature instinctively brought together in a visually stimulating format. A beautiful collection of creatures great and small from across the planet. A relaxing easy to digest series suitable for the entire family - a feast for the eyes and ears. Brilliant images set to emotive music.

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Animal Instinct - Episode 11

23m 44s

Animals and nature instinctively brought together in a visually stimulating format. A beautiful collection of creatures great and small from across the planet. A relaxing easy to digest series suitable for the entire family - a feast for the eyes and ears. Brilliant images set to emotive music.

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Future Food - China : Stay or Go

28m 06s

Future Food is a highly topical new series of 6 x 27’ documentaries, asking how we are going to feed ourselves in the 21st Century. Tonight there will be 219,000 new mouths to feed at the world’s dinner table – that’s 80 million more people over the next year. By 2050, the world’s population will have risen to around 9.5 billion and require 70% more food than we grow today. How will we feed them? Future Food visits China and exploring six questions at the heart of the debate.

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Future Food - China : Stay or Go

28m 06s

Future Food is a highly topical new series of 6 x 27’ documentaries, asking how we are going to feed ourselves in the 21st Century. Tonight there will be 219,000 new mouths to feed at the world’s dinner table – that’s 80 million more people over the next year. By 2050, the world’s population will have risen to around 9.5 billion and require 70% more food than we grow today. How will we feed them? Future Food visits China and exploring six questions at the heart of the debate.

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The Age of Robots - City of the Future

52m 43s

By the year 2050, three quarters of the world’s population will live in urban areas. Looking at robotic systems being developed worldwide we can take a glimpse at the city life of the future. Private transportation with self-driving cars, our homes with automated systems - robots are in our future.

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My Wife and My Wifey

1h 39m

A comedy about (Ramez Galal) who marries a girl interested in women's rights , which makes her too busy and lacks interest in her marital life and that leads him to marry another woman, and he gets into many problems, and comical paradoxes that turn his life into hell.

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Around Them

52m 02s

A woman travels around the world to talk to 15 women from 15 different countries, and they tell her their opinion about topics of general interest such as love, religion, pride of belonging to their country and the situation of women in the place where they live.

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The Genetic Revolution

48m 09s

The Genetic Revolution is a one-hour documentary that explores the exciting, rapidly evolving world of genetic engineering. It follows a group of scientists from across the globe as they use powerful new gene editing technologies in ways once thought unimaginable and is witness to a tipping point, recording scientific moments destined to change the world. The film also tackles the philosophical and environmental implications of this technology.

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Our Infinite Universe: Is There Other Life?

43m 15s

Our Infinite Universe is a new, entertaining and engaging, high quality documentary film, exploring one of the most significant unanswered questions of our time ‘Does infinity exist?’ and if so, what are the implications of an infinite universe. If our universe is infinite, then what is the likelihood of other life?

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Science Vs. God Season 1 Episode 1 - The Cosmos

52m 27s

Its origin shrouded in mystery, operating according to its own laws, described with the precision of mathematics, there is nothing as impressive as the cosmos. Life on earth is supported by forces finely tuned to an astonishing degree. So is it all luck? Or does the evidence suggest something more behind our ordered universe? In this episode atheism and theism are on a collision course. Where does the truth lie?

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Battle for Blood

52m 12s

Blood saves lives – for a long time, this has been accepted as a matter of course. However, scandals around contaminated blood donations have made many people feel uncertain about it. To resolve the doubts, scientists are working on finding a way to produce secure, artificial blood. Pioneers experiment with lugworms and stem cells to make industrial blood production possible in the future.

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Battle for Blood

52m 12s

Blood saves lives – for a long time, this has been accepted as a matter of course. However, scandals around contaminated blood donations have made many people feel uncertain about it. To resolve the doubts, scientists are working on finding a way to produce secure, artificial blood. Pioneers experiment with lugworms and stem cells to make industrial blood production possible in the future.

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Around Them

52m 02s

A woman travels around the world to talk to 15 women from 15 different countries, and they tell her their opinion about topics of general interest such as love, religion, pride of belonging to their country and the situation of women in the place where they live.

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We're All Astronauts

26m 40s

Mankind has been searching for the elixir of life for centuries. This goal seems closer now than ever before, with the average age having more than doubled over the last hundred years. While developments in medicine are allowing us to live longer, scientific advances are revealing the mechanisms behind ageing.

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Dream of the future S1 Ep10 - SEX

52m 53s

In our modern society, having a successful sex life is now an obligation. If the Internet has changed the way we meet or flirt, and increased the number of potential partners, a new revolution is coming with the dematerialization of the sexual act.

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Gober - On the Fate of an Orang-Utan Mother

52m 00s

Over the course of years, we follow the dramatic life of Gober, the orang-utan mother. This is a scarcely believable but true story from Sumatra, the large Indonesian island. Gober is first noticed by conservationists when she struggles to meet her daily nutritional needs. It soon becomes clear that she is suffering from creeping sight loss, and her daughter will still be dependent on her for years to come.

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Sidney's Aquarium

9m 47s

Sydney Aquarium is a well known attraction of tourists and locals. Home to more than six thousand species it's a fabulous way to spend a few hours in the harbour city.

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Sidney's Aquarium

9m 47s

Sydney Aquarium is a well known attraction of tourists and locals. Home to more than six thousand species it's a fabulous way to spend a few hours in the harbour city.

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Afghan Memento

53m 43s

In 1988, Olivier Brodard -a twenty one year old idealist- made a six-month humanitarian trip to Afghanistan under Soviet occupation with $50,000 in his backpack destined for the local populations. When Olivier reluctantly returned home to Switzerland, he had a terrible car accident. After weeks in a deep coma, he woke up with severe amnesia and the new challenge of rebuilding his life.

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Along Gaddafi's Road

1h 24m

For the first time in 42 years, a camera enters Southern Libya in what was forbidden territory under the Gaddafi regime. Shortly after Gaddafi’s demise, we accompany members of the disgraced Tabu tribe along the road to their impoverished desert territory near the Algeria-Niger-Chad borders 1000 Km from Tripoli.

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Bad Hombres

53m 52s

A dutch film maker, married to a Nicaraguan, sets himself a goal of finding out what kind of people is risking life trying to emigrate over the borders to USA, and if some of the reach the American dream.

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Detroit

52m 03s

Welcome to the city of Detroit, 'the Murder Capital of the USA', where the grass is growing over the parking lots and the houses are abandoned. Here, a new life is slowly beginning to take form and take over the deserted city. But even if the writing on the wall has a different and more apocalyptic meaning, there is no reason to panic.

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Detroit

52m 03s

Welcome to the city of Detroit, 'the Murder Capital of the USA', where the grass is growing over the parking lots and the houses are abandoned. Here, a new life is slowly beginning to take form and take over the deserted city. But even if the writing on the wall has a different and more apocalyptic meaning, there is no reason to panic.

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Our Infinite Universe: Is There Other Life?

43m 15s

Our Infinite Universe is a new, entertaining and engaging, high quality documentary film, exploring one of the most significant unanswered questions of our time ‘Does infinity exist?’ and if so, what are the implications of an infinite universe. If our universe is infinite, then what is the likelihood of other life?

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Our Infinite Universe: Is There Other Life?

43m 15s

Our Infinite Universe is a new, entertaining and engaging, high quality documentary film, exploring one of the most significant unanswered questions of our time ‘Does infinity exist?’ and if so, what are the implications of an infinite universe. If our universe is infinite, then what is the likelihood of other life?

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Science Vs. God Season 1 Episode 1 - The Cosmos

52m 27s

Its origin shrouded in mystery, operating according to its own laws, described with the precision of mathematics, there is nothing as impressive as the cosmos. Life on earth is supported by forces finely tuned to an astonishing degree. So is it all luck? Or does the evidence suggest something more behind our ordered universe? In this episode atheism and theism are on a collision course. Where does the truth lie?

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Rip Current Heroes

49m 41s

Rip currents can be found on any beach that has waves breaking across a surf zone. On average they cause more deaths in Australia per year then cyclones, floods and sharks combined, and are responsible for most beach rescues.

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Women keeping the world turning part 1

50m 11s

Ten women in ten different countries and cultures are about to begin a new chapter of their lives. They were born in the ‘70s when a dynamic movement for equality gave women equal rights, access to education and jobs. Today, they are in their forties, have a greater choice, better opportunities. Or do they? They are French, Japanese, Tunisian, Chinese, Russian or American. Their individual life stories are an indicator of the progress achieved in just one generation.

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Women keeping the world turning part 2

51m 17s

Ten women in ten different countries and cultures are about to begin a new chapter of their lives. They were born in the ‘70s when a dynamic movement for equality gave women equal rights, access to education and jobs. Today, they are in their forties, have a greater choice, better opportunities. Or do they? They are French, Japanese, Tunisian, Chinese, Russian or American. Their individual life stories are an indicator of the progress achieved in just one generation.

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Waverider

1h 02m

In the early 90′s, a photograph of a young boy dropping in on a huge unknown wave made the cover of Surfing Life. The photograph became iconic. 20 years later, the Fijian surfer the world had never heard of, earned the chance to compete against the best surfer the world has ever seen. This is his story.

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Gober - On the Fate of an Orang-Utan Mother

52m 00s

Over the course of years, we follow the dramatic life of Gober, the orang-utan mother. This is a scarcely believable but true story from Sumatra, the large Indonesian island. Gober is first noticed by conservationists when she struggles to meet her daily nutritional needs. It soon becomes clear that she is suffering from creeping sight loss, and her daughter will still be dependent on her for years to come.

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Breathtaking Kakadu

9m 14s

Australia's Kakadu is a glorious untouched wonderland. Billabongs, birds and crocodiles abound, join a local family as they hunt in this breathtaking wilderness.

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Tasmania

8m 42s

World renowned for its pristine wilderness areas Tasmania is a superb place to enjoy the wonders of nature.

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Cairns - Healthy Reef

23m 32s

The Great Barrier Reef: In the aftermath of a mass bleaching of coral, Greg Grainger takes a series of dives along the northern sections of the Reef to find it has come back to life with a vengeance. Also a drive with Billy Tea Safaris through the Daintree Rainforest out to Cape Tribulation. Crocs, cassowarries and a cuppa.

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Face to Face with a Giant Humpback

27m 57s

Greg Grainger has had a whale of a time in Hervey Bay, has swum with platypus in a rainforest creek, zip-lined through a colony of flying foxes, and followed a photographer around the lakes and rainforest of Fraser Island.

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Iron Heart

52m 54s

The first heart transplant conducted in 1967 was a breakthrough that would go on to save many lives. But those who get the organs are expected to have short lifespans. What can help in prolonging their lives? Amid the various challenges patients face, one man stands apart. Elmar Sprink completed a grueling triathlon two years after a heart transplant. What explains his exceptional health?

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Visconti, Imagine Music

1h 00m

A journey through the milestones in Luchino Visconti’s artistic life with a particular focus on music. Even though they adored his works and still adore them, most viewers are unaware that music was a mainstay, not only of his theatrical production but also of the narrative structure of every film he directed. Every piece of music in his filmography has been rearranged and performed by a string quartet and the crucial relationship between music and image is analysed and studied by experts.

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Australia's Wonderful Wildlife

14m 13s

Kangaroos, koalas, dingoes and platypus just a few of the uniquely Australian wildlife species that call Australia home. See them in their natural habitat when you watch Australia's Wonderful Wildlife.

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Owl's Odyssey

48m 11s

When a female barn-owl's home - an old disused barn - is demolished, she has to seek a new place to live. On the way, flying through forests and across grasslands, she encounters most of the common owl species in Central Europe: long- and short- eared owls, little, tawny and eagle owls, some she can live peace- fully beside, others she must shun or risk becoming their prey. During her journey, the film shows how owls fly so silently and hunt so efficiently.

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Australia's Most Beautiful Birds

13m 59s

Australia is a country with a huge population of birds, some 800 species in fact. The variety is endless, from tiny honey eaters to the large emu and cassowary. Watch some amazing footage of just some of Australia's most beautiful birds.

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Tasmania

8m 42s

World renowned for its pristine wilderness areas Tasmania is a superb place to enjoy the wonders of nature.

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The Legendary Pacific Coast

23m 37s

Greg Grainger visits the famed wine region of Hunter Valley in harvest time, explores the majestic waterways of Port Stephens by kayak, enjoys fresh oysters and fishing on the Great Lakes and has very special experiences with dolphins, seals and turtles.

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Face to Face with a Giant Humpback

27m 57s

Greg Grainger has had a whale of a time in Hervey Bay, has swum with platypus in a rainforest creek, zip-lined through a colony of flying foxes, and followed a photographer around the lakes and rainforest of Fraser Island.

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Australia's Wonderful Wildlife

14m 13s

Kangaroos, koalas, dingoes and platypus just a few of the uniquely Australian wildlife species that call Australia home. See them in their natural habitat when you watch Australia's Wonderful Wildlife.

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Breathtaking Kakadu

9m 14s

Australia's Kakadu is a glorious untouched wonderland. Billabongs, birds and crocodiles abound, join a local family as they hunt in this breathtaking wilderness.

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Dolphins

11m 17s

The oceans around the coast of Australia are the perfect playground for many happy dolphins. This film shows interaction between these intelligent creatures and humans.

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Cairns - Healthy Reef

23m 32s

The Great Barrier Reef: In the aftermath of a mass bleaching of coral, Greg Grainger takes a series of dives along the northern sections of the Reef to find it has come back to life with a vengeance. Also a drive with Billy Tea Safaris through the Daintree Rainforest out to Cape Tribulation. Crocs, cassowarries and a cuppa.

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Carers, Scarers & Catchers

27m 12s

In this special wildlife encounters episode of Travel Oz, the carers the scarers and the catchers. Seek out Aussie icons in the snow and on the beaches and track creatures from Kakadu to Australia’s sub Antarctic.

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Australia's Most Beautiful Birds

13m 59s

Australia is a country with a huge population of birds, some 800 species in fact. The variety is endless, from tiny honey eaters to the large emu and cassowary. Watch some amazing footage of just some of Australia's most beautiful birds.

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