Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan leads a team using state of the art cameras, offering a fresh look at the lives of some of the animals in our oceans such as sharks, elephant seals, turtles and gannets.
Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan fronts the team helping scientists investigate the lives of some of Australia's most iconic animals. Koalas, fruit bats and kangaroos take the cameras into their secret worlds.
Our Time Teen Mental Health and Suicide Prevention - (Under the Wire and Surviving)
Suicide is the second leading cause of death among American youth. Youth in two films share their experiences and discuss these taboo subjects.
Meet the first animal visitors to a new manmade waterhole in the African savannah. Using state-of-the-art cameras, scientists watch as warthogs and elephants discover the new oasis. But things become dangerous when leopards and lions close in.
Discover how hotter weather impacts the animals, as the waterhole becomes busier in the evening cool. Nocturnal activity brings a new predator out of the shadows: hyena, creatures so elusive it’s hard to know the size of the clan.
Learn how rain transforms the area into a lush grazing pasture, creating an abundance of food. Moderate weather makes it harder for predators, as prey can migrate further. With plenty of food available, mating and birthing seasons have arrived.
Hosted by Peter Marshall, this special 'My Music' retrospective features the biggest songs and performers during the Big Band Years - during World War II and leading into the Baby Boom. Features live, rare and unreleased footage from the era.
Two Yazidi women tell their story of escape to Germany with the assistance of a renowned trauma expert. Their journeys to recovery ask how a survivor of unthinkable sexual violence can find justice and a path to rehabilitation.