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Water Is Our Future - The Emscher - The Miracle in the Coalfields

51m 51s

In the Ruhr district of Germany, we witness the comeback of a small river and an entire landscape. For decades, the Emscher was the most polluted river in Europe. Now, it’s being returned from an industrial sewer to a natural river system. With the help of waste water treatment plants, liberated river beds, and returning animal species, this unique natural region is blossoming.

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Dream of the future S2 Ep5 - WASTE

50m 02s

Today, 15 billion waste products are produced every year in the world: organic, plastic, electronic waste, sometimes toxic and dangerous. If we continue at this rate, in 2050 we will produce twice as much!

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Green Warriors: Indonesia, the World's most Polluted River

54m 12s

The Citarum river in Indonesia, is the world's most polluted river. A reporter teamed up with international scientists to investigate the causes and consequences of this pollution. One of the main polluters is actually the fashion industry : 500 textile factories throw away their wastewater directly into the Citarum river.

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Green Warriors: Indonesia, the World's most Polluted River

54m 12s

The Citarum river in Indonesia, is the world's most polluted river. A reporter teamed up with international scientists to investigate the causes and consequences of this pollution. One of the main polluters is actually the fashion industry : 500 textile factories throw away their wastewater directly into the Citarum river.

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Green Warriors: Indonesia, the World's most Polluted River

54m 12s

The Citarum river in Indonesia, is the world's most polluted river. A reporter teamed up with international scientists to investigate the causes and consequences of this pollution. One of the main polluters is actually the fashion industry : 500 textile factories throw away their wastewater directly into the Citarum river.

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Gaza: Health Under Siege

43m 08s

After three wars in eight years and an ongoing eleven-year blockade, how are the people of Gaza coping? Many public employees, whether they are doctors in the large hospitals or waste management supervisors in the garbage dump, have been working without pay for over seven years. And yet despite this, the provision of basic public services continues through the tremendous efforts of people trying to keep the city functioning.

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Gaza: Health Under Siege

43m 08s

After three wars in eight years and an ongoing eleven-year blockade, how are the people of Gaza coping? Many public employees, whether they are doctors in the large hospitals or waste management supervisors in the garbage dump, have been working without pay for over seven years. And yet despite this, the provision of basic public services continues through the tremendous efforts of people trying to keep the city functioning.

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Eat. Sleep. Surf. - S02 E04

29m 07s

Rian and Dylan are back! And this time, with Season 2 of their worldwide success, 'Eat.Sleep.Surf'. On this new adventure, we join the guys as they travel to the island of Taiwan, a relatively unknown surf destination, but soon to be found, a tropical island full of potential. Follow along as they arrive into Taipei where they meet up with the Taipei Fixie Crew, a cycle culture fast growing in the streets of Taipei.

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Eat. Sleep. Surf. - S02 E03

29m 59s

Rian and Dylan are back! And this time, with Season 2 of their worldwide success, 'Eat.Sleep.Surf'. On this new adventure, we join the guys as they travel to the island of Taiwan, a relatively unknown surf destination, but soon to be found, a tropical island full of potential. Follow along as they arrive into Taipei where they meet up with the Taipei Fixie Crew, a cycle culture fast growing in the streets of Taipei.

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Eat. Sleep. Surf. - S02 E01

27m 01s

Rian and Dylan are back! And this time, with Season 2 of their worldwide success, 'Eat.Sleep.Surf'. On this new adventure, we join the guys as they travel to the island of Taiwan, a relatively unknown surf destination, but soon to be found, a tropical island full of potential. Follow along as they arrive into Taipei where they meet up with the Taipei Fixie Crew, a cycle culture fast growing in the streets of Taipei.

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Eat. Sleep. Surf. - S02 E02

33m 06s

Rian and Dylan are back! And this time, with Season 2 of their worldwide success, 'Eat.Sleep.Surf'. On this new adventure, we join the guys as they travel to the island of Taiwan, a relatively unknown surf destination, but soon to be found, a tropical island full of potential. Follow along as they arrive into Taipei where they meet up with the Taipei Fixie Crew, a cycle culture fast growing in the streets of Taipei.

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Home

1h 57m

With aerial footage from fifty-four countries, 'Home' is a depiction of how Earth's problems are all interlinked. Directed by Yann Arthus Bertrand. Home is a documentary about Earth, humanity, nature, where we're going and what we've been.

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The Art of Surfing

31m 00s

The Art of Surfing is a surfing film which mixes music and surfing like never before. The film was shot completely on 35mm and 16mm film making every shot memorable. With top caliber surfers and exotic locations as a backdrop makes The Art of Surfing a must see film.

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Water Is Our Future - The Colorado - A River in Search of its Estuary

52m 15s

Hardly a drop of water makes it to the estuary of the Colorado River. Once it reaches Mexico, after its journey through the Rocky Mountains, the Grand Canyon, and Nevada, the river is dry – and has been for decades. The demand for water in its catchment area is simply too great. Now, conservationists are working to make the estuary green again. They’re persuading people along the Colorado to give some of its water back to the river.

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The Blue Realm - Lions of the Deep

44m 41s

Since the 1970's, sea lion populations have declined more than 80% along the North Pacific coast. Scientists at the University of British Columbia and the Vancouver Aquarium are working together to help save Canada’s iconic and largest pinniped – the stellar sea lion. To help understand why their numbers are dropping, researchers work with the highly intelligent mammals at a unique floating laboratory.

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China on China: Sun and Wind but no Water

28m 35s

In this episode, we examine China's tough environmental problems and the efforts being made to solve them. Stories and interviews about air pollution and increasing water shortages, about people fighting to improve the environment, and about the world's investments in solar energy.

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China on China: Sun and Wind but no Water

28m 35s

In this episode, we examine China's tough environmental problems and the efforts being made to solve them. Stories and interviews about air pollution and increasing water shortages, about people fighting to improve the environment, and about the world's investments in solar energy.

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The Blue Realm - Reefs of Steel

44m 52s

Around the globe, thousands of decommissioned naval vessels rot in dockyards. What can you do with these toxic time bombs? One solution is to clean them well, blow them up and sink them! Providing shelter and breeding grounds, countless fish and invertebrates colonize steel hulls.

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The Blue Realm - Reefs of Steel

44m 52s

Around the globe, thousands of decommissioned naval vessels rot in dockyards. What can you do with these toxic time bombs? One solution is to clean them well, blow them up and sink them! Providing shelter and breeding grounds, countless fish and invertebrates colonize steel hulls.

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The Blue Realm - Lions of the Deep

44m 41s

Since the 1970's, sea lion populations have declined more than 80% along the North Pacific coast. Scientists at the University of British Columbia and the Vancouver Aquarium are working together to help save Canada’s iconic and largest pinniped – the stellar sea lion. To help understand why their numbers are dropping, researchers work with the highly intelligent mammals at a unique floating laboratory.

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The Blue Realm - Lions of the Deep

44m 41s

Since the 1970's, sea lion populations have declined more than 80% along the North Pacific coast. Scientists at the University of British Columbia and the Vancouver Aquarium are working together to help save Canada’s iconic and largest pinniped – the stellar sea lion. To help understand why their numbers are dropping, researchers work with the highly intelligent mammals at a unique floating laboratory.

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Trisomy: Between Scientific Research and Reality

52m 02s

This documentary proposes to take us to the discovery of Down's syndrome "from both sides of the mirror". Down's syndrome, daily life of nearly 70 000 families in France (400 000 in Europe)... and Down's syndrome, object of research, and major challenge for a considerable number of scientific teams...

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The All Saints Perfect Chapter

33m 30s

Surfer Ricardo Dos Santos, special guest of the 4th Edition of Perfect Chapter was shot in Brazil days before he found out he has been invited to participate in one of the biggest sporting events in Portugal. 'The All Saints Perfect Chapter' is a compelling surf documentary that follows the journey of Bruno Dos Santos, the surfer who took his place. Official Selections: Bells Beach Surf Film Festival 2016 & Surf at Lisbon Film Fest 2015.

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The Blue Realm - Whale Sharks: Gentle Giants

50m 00s

They’re not whales at all, but by far the largest fish in the sea. Yet at nearly 50 feet in length and weighing 20 tons or more, they eat only the smallest marine animals. They are not a threat to humans, but their numbers are dramatically shrinking. Like elephants slaughtered for their ivory tusks, whale sharks are relentlessly pursued by poachers. From Africa to Asia, they are targeted for their meat and immense fins.

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Blue World - Season 6, Episode 609 - Searching for the Rare Blind Crayfish + Odd Shark Behavior + Exquisite Leafy Seadragon

24m 00s

Blue World goes on a search for a rare blind crayfish. Then we investigate why Hammerhead sharks tend to swim at an angle…tilted to one side. This “side swimming” behavior has only recently been scientifically studied. Finally, Blue World heads down under, to South Australia, searching for the rarest seahorse in the world…the exquisite Leafy Seadragon!

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The Blue Realm - Humpbacks: From Tonga to Antarctica

45m 59s

Singing louder than any animal on earth, humpback whales are famous for their haunting songs and jaw-dropping acrobatics. They were hunted to the brink of extinction until a moratorium on killing them was implemented in the 1960s. But after finally rebounding in numbers, whaling nations are exploring ways to re-open the hunt. In Antarctica, Japan is targeting minke, fin, and now... humpbacks. The tiny island nation of Tonga in the remote South Pacific is a haven for the magnificent mammals.

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The Blue Realm - Humpbacks: From Tonga to Antarctica

45m 59s

Singing louder than any animal on earth, humpback whales are famous for their haunting songs and jaw-dropping acrobatics. They were hunted to the brink of extinction until a moratorium on killing them was implemented in the 1960s. But after finally rebounding in numbers, whaling nations are exploring ways to re-open the hunt. In Antarctica, Japan is targeting minke, fin, and now... humpbacks. The tiny island nation of Tonga in the remote South Pacific is a haven for the magnificent mammals.

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The Blue Realm - Shark Nation

44m 44s

There's no doubt sharks have an image problem. And they're certainly in trouble globally. The population of some species has declined by more than 90% due to over fishing. But there's still one place in the world where sharks thrive – the Bahamas. Sharks not only prosper there, they are highly protected. It’s illegal to kill them.

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The Blue Realm - Shark Nation

44m 44s

There's no doubt sharks have an image problem. And they're certainly in trouble globally. The population of some species has declined by more than 90% due to over fishing. But there's still one place in the world where sharks thrive – the Bahamas. Sharks not only prosper there, they are highly protected. It’s illegal to kill them.

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The Blue Realm - Tentacles

47m 00s

Tentacles follows Dr. Jennifer Mather as she leads a team of renowned scientists to the beautiful Caribbean island of Bonaire. Their mission is to prove a controversial theory: reef squid speak to each other with a complex language they paint on their skin. The episode features the bizarre courtship and never-before-filmed egg-laying rituals of reef squid. Travel to the Pacific Northwest for an encounter with the world's largest Octopus.

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The Blue Realm - Tentacles

47m 00s

Tentacles follows Dr. Jennifer Mather as she leads a team of renowned scientists to the beautiful Caribbean island of Bonaire. Their mission is to prove a controversial theory: reef squid speak to each other with a complex language they paint on their skin. The episode features the bizarre courtship and never-before-filmed egg-laying rituals of reef squid. Travel to the Pacific Northwest for an encounter with the world's largest Octopus.

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The Blue Realm - Manatees and Dugongs

46m 00s

Each year, hundreds of critically endangered manatees are killed in U.S. waters by boats, disease and cold weather. 2006 was the worst year on record for manatee deaths – 416 animals perished. With only a few thousand remaining in the wild, mostly in heavily developed Florida wetlands, the clock is ticking in efforts to save this amazing mammal from extinction.

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The Blue Realm - Manatees and Dugongs

46m 00s

Each year, hundreds of critically endangered manatees are killed in U.S. waters by boats, disease and cold weather. 2006 was the worst year on record for manatee deaths – 416 animals perished. With only a few thousand remaining in the wild, mostly in heavily developed Florida wetlands, the clock is ticking in efforts to save this amazing mammal from extinction.

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The Blue Realm - Whale Sharks: Gentle Giants

50m 00s

They’re not whales at all, but by far the largest fish in the sea. Yet at nearly 50 feet in length and weighing 20 tons or more, they eat only the smallest marine animals. They are not a threat to humans, but their numbers are dramatically shrinking. Like elephants slaughtered for their ivory tusks, whale sharks are relentlessly pursued by poachers. From Africa to Asia, they are targeted for their meat and immense fins.

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The Blue Realm - Toxic Invaders

44m 38s

They’re beautiful - and deadly, with venomous spines that resemble a lion's mane. They’re lionfish, a tropical reef species normally found in the Indo-Pacific. Now, they’re wreaking havoc in the Caribbean and Atlantic – all thought to have descended from a handful of aquarium fish carelessly released into the sea. In these regions, they are potentially a greater threat to coral reefs and commercial fish populations than global warming or pollution.

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The Blue Realm - Giants of San Benedicto

46m 59s

Giants of San Benedicto features Dr. Robert Rubin and his ground-breaking research of giant Mantas. You'll travel to the remote Socorro Islands off Mexico's Pacific coast and see breath-taking encounters with enormous manta rays. You're sure to love these majestic giants as you see how they invite human contact, and encourage certain divers to ride them. The film crew also travels to the Bahamas to visit 'Bubbles', a fifteen foot Manta in the worlds largest aquarium.

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The Blue Realm - Giants of San Benedicto

46m 59s

Giants of San Benedicto features Dr. Robert Rubin and his ground-breaking research of giant Mantas. You'll travel to the remote Socorro Islands off Mexico's Pacific coast and see breath-taking encounters with enormous manta rays. You're sure to love these majestic giants as you see how they invite human contact, and encourage certain divers to ride them. The film crew also travels to the Bahamas to visit 'Bubbles', a fifteen foot Manta in the worlds largest aquarium.

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The Blue Realm - Shark Business

47m 01s

Shark Business unravels some of the mysteries surrounding sharks with controversial behaviorist Dr. Erich Ritter. You'll witness divers testing the limits of shark-human interaction outside of cages with dangerous sharks such as lemon, bull and even great white sharks!

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The Blue Realm - Shark Business

47m 01s

Shark Business unravels some of the mysteries surrounding sharks with controversial behaviorist Dr. Erich Ritter. You'll witness divers testing the limits of shark-human interaction outside of cages with dangerous sharks such as lemon, bull and even great white sharks!

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The Blue Realm - Shark Divers

50m 01s

Sharks are BIG business in adrenaline eco-tourism. And some thrill seekers deliberately pursue close encounters with deadly sharks – without the protection of a cage. The bigger and more dangerous the shark, the better.

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The Blue Realm - Shark Divers

50m 01s

Sharks are BIG business in adrenaline eco-tourism. And some thrill seekers deliberately pursue close encounters with deadly sharks – without the protection of a cage. The bigger and more dangerous the shark, the better.

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Blue World - Season 4, Episode 411

26m 50s

Jonathan travels from the St. Lawrence river to the Caribbean, looking at invasive species and their effect on the environment. Then he explores 1000 feet down in a special submarine and meets an astonishing variety of deep sea animals.

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Blue World - Season 4, Episode 411

26m 50s

Jonathan travels from the St. Lawrence river to the Caribbean, looking at invasive species and their effect on the environment. Then he explores 1000 feet down in a special submarine and meets an astonishing variety of deep sea animals.

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Blue World - Season 4, Episode 410

27m 12s

Jonathan joins a team of underwater archaeologists on a project to excavate the remains of Blackbeard the Pirate's ship. Then he travels to Hawaii to meet Manta rays that feed in divers’ lights at night.

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Blue World - Season 4, Episode 410

27m 12s

Jonathan joins a team of underwater archaeologists on a project to excavate the remains of Blackbeard the Pirate's ship. Then he travels to Hawaii to meet Manta rays that feed in divers’ lights at night.

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