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Weird Wonders of the World, Series 2, Episode 2
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directed by Tom Payne, fl. 2010; produced by Tom Payne, fl. 2010, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Weird Wonders of the World (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2016), 51 mins
This fast-paced and refreshing take on nature documentaries returns to explore more of the unexplained, unexpected and utterly weird aspects of life on our planet. It features the divers who found a transparent blob the size of an elephant under the water, meets the researchers who filmed an army of mice eating th...
directed by Tom Payne, fl. 2010; produced by Tom Payne, fl. 2010, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Weird Wonders of the World (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2016), 51 mins
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Horizon, Series 47, Episode 14, Are We Still Evolving?
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directed by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008; presented by Alice May Roberts, 1973-; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation and Science Channel, in Horizon, Series 47, Episode 14 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2011), 52 mins
Many scientists had assumed that humans stopped evolving when we started insulating ourselves from the whims of nature. But the mapping of the human genome means that scientists now have a history of our evolution. Astonishingly, not only have humans continued to evolve over the past 50,000 years, we may have been...
directed by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008; presented by Alice May Roberts, 1973-; produced by British Broadcasting Corporation and Science Channel, in Horizon, Series 47, Episode 14 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2011), 52 mins
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Horizon, Season 34, Episode 3, Out of Asia
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directed by Peter Capaldi, 1958-; produced by Chris Hale, fl. 1987, British Broadcasting Corporation and Discovery Communications, in Horizon, Season 34, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1997), 49 mins
Last year, archaeologists in the remote north west of Australia stunned the world with new dates for the arrival of people on the continent - and the invention of art. The dates unleashed bitter arguments. Horizon investigates the dating game down under and reveals why the First Australians could be our own distan...
directed by Peter Capaldi, 1958-; produced by Chris Hale, fl. 1987, British Broadcasting Corporation and Discovery Communications, in Horizon, Season 34, Episode 3 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1997), 49 mins
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Horizon, Series 31, Episode 9, Bones of Contention
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produced by Alex Seaborne and Danielle Peck, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Horizon, Series 31, Episode 9 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1995), 49 mins
In the USA, a law has been passed forcing anthropologists, archaeologists and museums to return ethnic artifacts and ancestral remains to the American Indian communities. The film explores how scientists are responding to the loss of their specimens: their world is collapsing, and they are being forced to question...
produced by Alex Seaborne and Danielle Peck, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Horizon, Series 31, Episode 9 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1995), 49 mins
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Horizon, Season 22, Episode 8, The Children of Eve
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produced by John Groom, fl. 1995-1997, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Horizon, Season 22, Episode 8 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1986), 48 mins
Horizon looks at the latest discoveries about where modern man came from. All individuals carry around a library of information in their cells, and recent advances in medical science make it possible to decode this, with often startling results.
produced by John Groom, fl. 1995-1997, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Horizon, Season 22, Episode 8 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1986), 48 mins
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