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Meltdown: In the Shadow of Nepal's Lost Glaciers
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directed by Richard Heap, fl. 1998; produced by Richard Heap, fl. 1998 and Eve Wood, fl. 2001, Slackjaw Film (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2004), 50 mins
In the Himalayas half a world away, something terrible is happening.. Ice is melting faster and faster.. Gigantic lakes have started to appear at the base of glaciers. When these burst, local people fear that villages and farms will be swept away, making the root of the world a very dangerous place to live. Some s...
directed by Richard Heap, fl. 1998; produced by Richard Heap, fl. 1998 and Eve Wood, fl. 2001, Slackjaw Film (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2004), 50 mins
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Our World - Their World, Episode 26, Our World - Their World
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produced by Carl Fischer, fl. 1980-2004, NMP Production, in Our World - Their World, Episode 26 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2004), 10 mins
Program on the wildlife of Scandinavia, specifically the wolverine.
produced by Carl Fischer, fl. 1980-2004, NMP Production, in Our World - Their World, Episode 26 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2004), 10 mins
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Water Life, Season 1, Episode 1, A World of Water
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directed by Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015 and Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011; produced by CIN TV and tve, in Water Life, Season 1, Episode 1 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 28 mins
We are the planet Earth, in spite of the fact that the greater part of the surface is covered by water. A tiny ball that looks blue from space. Discover the mysteries of water, where it comes from, why it creates life.
directed by Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015 and Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011; produced by CIN TV and tve, in Water Life, Season 1, Episode 1 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 28 mins
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Water Life, Season 1, Episode 3, Where Water is Born
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directed by Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015 and Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011; produced by CIN TV and tve, in Water Life, Season 1, Episode 3 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 28 mins
A layer of vapor surrounds the whole planet. This fine layer of air is slowed down by the chains of mountains, impassable barriers where the water condenses and chills until it comes down in the form of rain or snow. Discover what animals live on the mountain tops and how they compete with one another for food.
directed by Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015 and Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011; produced by CIN TV and tve, in Water Life, Season 1, Episode 3 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 28 mins
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Water Life, Season 1, Episode 4, Liquid Roads
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directed by Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015 and Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011; produced by CIN TV and tve, in Water Life, Season 1, Episode 4 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 26 mins
At sunset, in spring, the mountainsides are a silvery colour. These are small seasonal streams carrying very little water. The water fills up with alga and reaches very high temperatures. This is where a lot of animal chose to live.
directed by Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015 and Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011; produced by CIN TV and tve, in Water Life, Season 1, Episode 4 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 26 mins
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Water Life, Season 1, Episode 15, Kingdom of Tides
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directed by Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011 and Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015; produced by tve and CIN TV, in Water Life, Season 1, Episode 15 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 28 mins
Rivers spend their last days in murky waters there last stretches are turbid and slow and had inexorably towards the end. But it's precisely here where it's life end, that the rivers banks and water turn into one of the richest environments on the planet.
directed by Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011 and Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015; produced by tve and CIN TV, in Water Life, Season 1, Episode 15 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 28 mins
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Water Life, Season 2, Episode 1, Extreme Water
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directed by Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011 and Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015; produced by tve and CIN TV, in Water Life, Season 2, Episode 1 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 27 mins
Salt mines, salt flats, and salt marshes would seem to be inhospitable, but these strange and solitary places with their otherworldly landscapes are home to genuinely tough creatures that have adapted to living in water with high levels of salinity.
directed by Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011 and Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015; produced by tve and CIN TV, in Water Life, Season 2, Episode 1 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 27 mins
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Water Life, Season 2, Episode 7, The Big Blue
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directed by Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011 and Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015; produced by tve and CIN TV, in Water Life, Season 2, Episode 7 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 26 mins
The open sea is the largest ecosystem, and also the least known. It would take up to ten centuries of intensive work to inventory the marine species to be found here. Whales, sharks, jellyfish, and migrating sea turtles are just some of the awe-inspiring creatures featured in this compelling program.
directed by Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011 and Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015; produced by tve and CIN TV, in Water Life, Season 2, Episode 7 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 26 mins
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Water Life, Season 2, Episode 9, Uncertain Water
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directed by Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011 and Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015; produced by tve and CIN TV, in Water Life, Season 2, Episode 9 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 26 mins
Global warming has a direct effect on the water cycle. Heat transforms the water cycle and these changes have unpredictable effect on every ecosystem that depends on water. The effects are extremely varied.
directed by Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011 and Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015; produced by tve and CIN TV, in Water Life, Season 2, Episode 9 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 26 mins
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Water Life, Season 2, Episode 13, Jungle Water
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directed by Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015 and Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011; produced by CIN TV and tve, in Water Life, Season 2, Episode 13 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 26 mins
Rainforests are as much a mystery as the ocean depths. Explore the most fertile, varied, and surprising ecosystem on the planet, home to plants and animals still unknown to us. What makes the rainforest so extraordinary?
directed by Juan Antonio Rodríguez Llano, fl. 2015 and Ramón Campoamor, fl. 2011; produced by CIN TV and tve, in Water Life, Season 2, Episode 13 (Brighton, England: Espresso TV, 2009), 26 mins
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