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Komodo Dragon
Stephen and Mark travel to Indonesia to see the deadly Komodo Dragons. They join a project to capture and tag the animals.
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With experiments both modern and ancient, the series will explain how we developed the seven international units of measurement: time, length, mass, brightness, current, temperature and moles. How have they shaped the course of history, science and civilisation?
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In this film, experimental physicist Helen Czerksi demonstrates why bubbles are crucial to champagne and how they can revolutionise medicine. From the micro to the macro, she shows how these ‘holes in liquids’ underpin physical, chemical and biological processes.
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Ultimate Aurora follows Ben Longmier and his team into the rugged Alaskan wilderness on their quest to build a whole new type of rocket engine, revolutionising space travel and exploration by harnessing the energy in the dynamic fourth state of matter: plasma.
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Many say Singapore has the best education system in the world. So why mess with success? A Quiet Revolution follows the inspiring stories of two Singaporean school children facing the highest stakes exam of their lives - an exam that will mark them for life.
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Stephen Fry and Mark Carwardine track down the Northern Rhino only to find that it is declared extinct in the wild while they are held up at the border by a refugee crisis. The only viable breeding Northern Rhino in the world are in a zoo in Czech Republic.
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Four kids stumble onto a secret lab left behind by famed inventor Thomas Edison. Guided by Edison's holographic image, and accompanied by their trusty robot sidekick Von Bolt, the kids learn about science through a series of informative - and hilarious - adventures.
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Far from being the mother figure, Earth is a vehement force of nature. A comprehensive series of animated shorts, this is the story of Earth - its origins, inner drama, shifts and quakes, violent eruptions but also its role as a guide and a shield in our hour of need.
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Knietzsche, world’s youngest philosopher, takes on life’s big questions, such as life & death, good & evil, truth & lie, conscience & emotions, time & destiny, beauty & learning. Sometimes funny, sometimes comforting, Knietzsche is in the know without being a know-all.
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Portraying and explaining the world – from the nucleus to the Big Bang, from children in the Amazon jungle to animals in the icy Antarctica, GEOlino documentaries inspire kids to venture out for adventure, going the distance in space and thought.
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