Joanna Lumley's Greek Odyssey -Episode 4 - Mount Olympus an
45:45 | 263 Views November 22, 2013
Joanna Lumley explores Greece - its past and its present.
Boulou Ebanda de B'béri: The Promised Land
26:07 | 48 Views July 3, 2015
University of Ottawa's Boulou Ebanda de B'béri on his efforts to shine light on a different part of Canadian history.
Megastructures: Eco School
44:59 | 300 Views April 17, 2014
Workers build an environmentally friendly school for aboriginals in southern Taiwan after their village was ravaged by Typhoon Morokot.
Linda Mahood: Hitchin' a Ride
25:52 | 91 Views July 2, 2015
Professor Linda Mahood on how outstretched thumbs on Canadian highways in the 1970s shaped the country's culture.
Kim Thúy: A Newcomer's Odyssey
25:49 | 137 Views July 1, 2015
Author Kim Thúy reflects on the new home she found in Canada.
Jeffrey Simpson: Radical Parallelism
25:14 | 437 Views June 30, 2015
Many nations, different rules: The Globe and Mail's Jeffrey Simpson on how radical parallelism is stalling progress for Aboriginal and First Nations in Canada.
Vikings - Episode 3
50:30 | 225 Views February 10, 2014
Neil Oliver explores how the Age of the Vikings finally ended.
Stephanie Kain: Alternative Families
25:12 | 188 Views June 29, 2015
What "Emlyn and the Gremlin" can teach children about alternative families.
58:58 | 2039 Views March 16, 2015
Ruth, Peter and Tom enter the surprisingly colourful world of medieval interior design
21:41 | 2013 Views August 20, 2012
The Slave River, separating the Canadian Shield from the Lowlands, takes its name from the Slavey people. It became the major route for Europeans to reach the Arctic.
47:56 | 458 Views March 22, 2014
Dr. Ballard is on a mission to learn why the ocean seems to be getting bigger, angrier and more deadly!
48:01 | 3368 Views February 5, 2012
The St. Lawrence has devious, shifting shoals. Archeologists along Alberta's Red Deer River try to uncover one of the great dinosaur burial grounds. In Northern British Columbia we learn of a river so wild that no one has ever been able to navigate
The Story of Wales - Ep. 5: A New Beginning
58:35 | 238 Views September 9, 2013
How the mining of Welsh steam coal made the country's reputation.
1:22:53 | 721 Views June 27, 2015
To celebrate its 250th anniversary in 2014, Margy Kinmonth's film reveals the remarkable stories that have shaped the Hermitage's 250 year journey from Imperial Palace to State Museum.
Birth of Europe - Episode 3: Fire
48:00 | 61 Views June 26, 2015
Volcanoes have shaped the Europe we know today - they give us land and life itself, but they also have the power to destroy.
Undersea Explorer - Dolphins
24:37 | 63 Views June 26, 2015
Studies conducted in both captivity and the wild explore the relationship between humans and dolphins.