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.
This computer-animated figure explains Einstein’s theories and research in a simple, straightforward fashion. He has a genius for breaking down the formulas and ideas, explaining concepts and physical laws in an entertaining and accessible way.
A comprehensive animated survey of the evolution of humanity and the history of predominately Western Civilisations. Explore the stories of mankind - from the creation of Earth to the first empires, from the Age of the Vikings to the Enlightenment.
Hosts Kati and Thomas present mesmerising facts about the physical world around us and inspire curiosity with experiments you can do at home. Get on board the knowledge-gathering train Explorer Express and get ready for exciting adventures in learning.
Marvi and his friends take the whole family on a journey of educational fun, giving both older and younger an opportunity to learn more about our Earth and its inhabitants - all shown through wonderful nature footage and photography.
SciQ introduces a younger audience to science through adventure. What is the future of living underwater? How does the magic of movie making work? How does a detective investigate a crime scene? Explore a wide range of topics with our young hosts, Andrew and Paula.
All For Kids is a show made for kids, by kids. Our presenters invite kids to get off the couch and have fun playing, making, discovering. While the show is fun, energetic and charming, the content is also educational. Even if you’re small, you can still have big ideas.
Some recycled materials, a dose of creativity and a whole lot of fun-these are all the ingredients you need to make great art. The ever-energetic Jeremie shows you how to tap into your creative side and enjoy becoming an artist.