Dog Whisperer (2004-2009)
Cesar Millan has the uncanny ability to rehabilitate problem dogs of all shapes and sizes, which helped him capture the national spotlight with his long-running hit TV show.
Walking the World (2010)
The Camino de Santiago is an epic 900km journey from France, across Spain, and on to the Atlantic Ocean. Chris Newland begins his quest to walk the world along this legendary trail on a six-week adventure that is unlike any other in the world.
Guides and Gurus (2007)
Traditional medicine has been around for as long as humankind has. Healers trained in these arts know how to connect with Mother Earth, how to listen to plants, and how to discover the maladies afflicting the people they serve. Join us as we explore their varying healings styles and the ancient ...
Living Cultures (2009)
Music, legends, dances and ancestral knowledge give meaning to our lives. They’re the heritage of humanity. Discover 13 of the most magnificent oral traditions in the world, all proclaimed Masterpieces of Human Heritage by UNESCO.
A fresh and exciting science and technology series that connects you to innovation and the future.
Extreme Environments (2009)
Fascinating and important programming at an environmentally crucial time.
Body & Soul (2004)
Delivering vital stories on health and well-being, Body & Soul is enriching and uplifting with a holistic approach.
Children of the World (2009)
In this powerful series from South Korea, we explore the lives of children in remote corners of the globe.
Photo Xplorers (2009)
As witnesses to history, guerrilla photographers slip behind barricades to capture haunting images of large abandoned buildings and structures.
Spiritual Gardens (2006)
Spiritual Gardens looks at what makes a garden work, what makes a garden outlast its creator and what gardeners derive from the very act of creating.
Geldof in Africa (2005)
These six original thirty-minute programs shot entirely in Africa, written and presented by Bob Geldof, unravel the complexities of Africa. Amazing panoramic views of the most extreme climates in the world accentuate Geldof’s artistic narrative describing the past, present and future of Africa ...
Sacred Weeds (1998)
Many plants we eat are vegetables, others have medicinal uses, but there are rare and special plants that generate visions or hallucinations if they are eaten or ingested. This series examines some of the drugs that have been central to cultural life in the past with four carefully monitored ...
The Ocean Mosaic (1999)
The world’s oceans are a wonderful mosaic of extremes. The habitats that exist around the globe, as well as the animals that live in them, reveal nature’s wildly varied approaches to accommodating life on our “ocean planet.”
The Mission (2009)
In a roller coaster ride of faith, dedication and culture shock, The Mission follows three young missionary priests from Nigeria who travel to Tasmania, Australia.
GIFTS: Great Ideas for Transforming Societies (2010)
Uncovering the most innovative ideas, projects and solutions that are creating positive change in the world
Beyond the Passage of Time (2009)
Beyond the Passage of Time travels to the edges of Africa to investigate an ancient world that is rapidly disappearing as it collides with modernity. As if turning back a clock, we find tribes still holding on strongly to their traditional ways.
Saving Places (2010)
Saving Places is about saving a country's heritage – one building at a time.
Above and Beyond (2001)
Take a journey through space and explore some of mankind’s greatest achievements as we examine the discoveries, the technology and the history of the space age.
Our Spiritual Life with the Animals (2009)
Since before history, human cultures around the globe have assigned sacred powers and meaning to animals.
What's Really in Our Food?
A lively and very valuable series that investigates the food we eat, exploring where it comes from and how it is made, demystifying the science, testing the ingredients and translating the labels.
What’s Really in Our…? (2010)
Open up the bathroom cabinet to get the lowdown on some of the most ubiquitous products used in our everyday lives. We spend a fortune on personal care products – but are we choosing the products that are best for ourselves and our families, or just buying into the marketing hype?
In an investigation of the state of science and its current phases of development, this series explores the questions, threats and challenges that scientific investigators are facing and delves into the implications of those issues.
Farmers: A Year on the Land (2011)
From plowing through to harvest and from insemination through to slaughter, this is the story of modern farming in Ireland.