Science journalist Lone Frank, wants to know how the advent of personal genetics will change our individual view of ourselves and affect our understanding of human nature and personality.
The Least Deadliest Catch
25:30 | 23 Views April 28, 2015
Fish stocks around the world are being depleted at an alarming rate, and yet growing populations are more dependent on these vital food sources than ever.
Redsign My Brain
57:39 | 22 Views January 19, 2014
A pioneer in the neuroplasticity revolution, Michael Merzenich, mentors presenter Todd Sampson, showing him how to radically improve his cognition by turbo charging his thinking speed, attention and memory
Gender and the Brain
54:53 | 436 Views May 4, 2015
The Agenda discusses how brain science may determine gender differences.
Question Period: Monday, May 4, 2015
1:03:14 | 6 Views May 4, 2015
Topics include: winter highway maintenance, privatization of public assets, infrastructure program funding, social assistance management system
Crown & Choir
59:05 | 69 Views December 16, 2013
In this first episode he begins with kings who were also composers
Around the World in 80 Gardens - Episode 5
59:20 | 99 Views May 10, 2013
Monty Don continues his extraordinary journey to see the world through 80 of its most inspiring gardens.
1:29:30 | 144 Views December 6, 2014
This documentary tells the extraordinary story of a lost arctic expedition.
Whistable to the Isle of Wight
58:34 | 120 Views May 2, 2015
The south coast of England was the home of movies long before a frame was shot in Hollywood
Lost Sharks of Easter Island
50:15 | 53 Views November 17, 2013
Enric Sala and his team of scientists and explorers set out from Chile and brave the tempestuous Southern Pacific Ocean.
59:16 | 162 Views July 8, 2013
Stephen seeks to uncover the origins of human language and how and why we are the only species on the planet to have this gift.
59:00 | 160 Views September 1, 2013
James Shapiro tells the intriguing story of popular uncertainty about this elusive and intellectual new king and a great writer's first efforts to get to grips with massive change.
Keith Brown: Scotland After the Vote
18:57 | 81 Views May 1, 2015
Steve Paikin and Scotland's Keith Brown discuss the state of the country after the independence referendum.
The Agenda's Week in Review
18:57 | 56 Views May 1, 2015
The Agenda brings you highlights from our week of programming.
Beautiful Thing: A Passion of for Porcelain
58:53 | 576 Views March 27, 2015
Sneak behind the museum glass to discover the story of some incredible yet misunderstood objects.
Episode 1 - Constructing the Cosmos
59:06 | 105 Views May 1, 2015
How on earth do you build a planet that is just right for life? What do you need to build a planet like ours, and what happens if you get anything wrong? With eye-popping graphics, we open up a cosmic toolbox to work it out.