The extraordinary, but previously hidden, story of a British engineer, Tommy Flowers, and a talented British mathematician, Bill Tutte.
Islam: Time for a Religious Reformation?
54:03 | 2486 Views May 25, 2015
Ayaan Hirsi Ali talks with Steve Paikin about the ideas in her new book, 'Heretic: Why Islam Needs Reformation Now.'
Question Period: Monday, May 25, 2015
1:03:29 | 28 Views May 25, 2015
Topics include: teachers' labour disputes, Hydro One, privatization of public assets, Ring of Fire, Smoking cessation
27:54 | 530 Views February 3, 2014
Asian carp have invaded the Mississippi River, and destroyed its lucrative fishing industry. Today, only an electric fence is keeping them from entering the Great Lakes, and a few have already been spotted.
23:36 | 369 Views February 3, 2014
The world's coral reefs are home to a quarter of all marine life - and they're being wiped out. The Water Brothers visit the Meso-American reef, which stretches for over 1,000 km off the coasts of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras.
Harlots, Housewives and Heroines - Episode 2
59:06 | 254 Views March 23, 2014
Lucy Worsley explores the ordinary as well as the extraordinary 17th century lives of women in the home.
Mysteries of the Moose
50:24 | 150 Views May 24, 2015
he moose is a colossus of size, power and majesty, with an armoury unmatched on Earth. Explore the hidden life of an icon of the Northern wilderness.
Around the World in 80 Gardens - Episode 8
59:16 | 136 Views June 4, 2013
Monty Don visits the world's 80 most inspiring gardens.
Canadian Tank Battles in Italy
48:00 | 124 Views November 11, 2013
May 1944: Canadian tanks begin their final push to drive the Germans from Italy.
57:56 | 45 Views January 6, 2014
Dr David Starkey's exploration of how the monarchy shaped the story of British music concludes with the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Dorothea Lange: Grab A Hunk of Lightning
1:50:55 | 382 Views May 23, 2015
Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning is a film about the life, loves and work of iconic photographer, Dorothea Lange, known for her famous image ,The Migrant Mother,.
National Geographic Photographers: The Best Job in The World
47:10 | 133 Views May 23, 2015
or 125 years, men and women with cameras slung around their necks have tramped every corner of the planet to bring back glimpses of our world
Cork to Dublin
58:36 | 78 Views March 8, 2014
We visit Cork Harbour, Titanic's last port of call before sailing to disaster
Spreading the Word
58:52 | 151 Views July 29, 2013
In this programme, Stephen Fry explores 'The Written Word'
Thunder Bay talks racism: What is it like to be white?
4:26 | 484 Views May 22, 2015
At a discussion on racism, someone asks "what's it like to be white?" A white man gives a provocative answer.
Deep Pockets Across the Pacific
22:09 | 421 Views May 22, 2015
The Agenda looks a the Trans-Pacific Partnership and its implications for Canada.