Are you fascinated by Australia? Do giant prehistoric animals float your boat?
If so, check out another Nova series - "Australia's First 4 Billion Years: Monsters" airing on Wednesday, April 24 from 8-9p.m.Read more →
Airing on Tuesday, April 23, "Dust Bowl: The Great Plow Up," a film by Ken Burns, is one of the best researched and informative historical documentaries I've ever seen.
This is episode one of three, and chronicles the worst manmade environmental disaster in American history.Read more →
Robin Charboneau, an Oglala Sioux from North Dakota’s Spirit Lake Tribe, had a dream that convinced her she needed to tell her story. So she allowed documentary filmmaker David Sutherland to follow her journey as she struggled with alcoholism and memories of sexual abuse for three years.
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There has been much media attention devoted to meteors since a 7,000-ton asteroid, as big as a house, crashed into the earth’s atmosphere and landed in Siberia, Russia on Feb. 15, 2013.Read more →
Based on real events, Sisters of War tells the stories of Lorna Johnston and Sister Berenice Twohill, two Australian missionary women who survived as prisoners of war in Papua New Guinea during World War II.Read more →
One of the most magnificent and charismatic creatures on the planet has been close to extinction for many years.
Yet last year more elephants were slaughtered for their ivory tusks since an international ban on the ivory trade was implemented in 1989 – as many as 50,000 according to some sources.Read more →
Plenty more in the Archives