China Rises

China Rises

China Rises is a four-part groundbreaking documentary special that takes you inside modern China like no other program has ever done. Created by an international team of documentary filmmakers from CBC, The New York Times and ZDF, the ...

Farm Inc.

Farm Inc.

This special two-part Nature of Things series examines the growth of corporate agriculture and looks at alternatives to factory farming. See full descriptions and video clips for each episode: Corporate Agriculture: The Hollow Man Farm ...

One Ocean

One Ocean

A spectacular new four-part documentary series, One Ocean dives into the world’s vast interconnected ocean ecosystem — telling the story from its turbulent birth to its threatened future. With a wealth of never-before-seen HD footage, ...

Geologic Journey II

Geologic Journey II

Geologic Journey II will change the way you look at the world. Follow Dr. Nick Eyles of the University of Toronto Scarborough around the globe to explore the geologic forces that shape our planet — ...

Science of the Senses

Science of the Senses

If you had to pick, would you sooner live without sight or touch, hearing or taste? Which of our senses is the most important? The complex interface between our inner selves and our perceptions of ...

Great Food Revolution

Great Food Revolution

Canadian appetites have changed. We’ve gone from the meat and potatoes and overcooked vegetables of a generation ago to tofu, couscous, radicchio and burgundy reductions. The Great Food Revolution takes viewers on a gastronomic journey ...

Adventurers

Adventurers

"A terrific four-part series..." John Doyle, Globe and Mail The intriguing four-part series The Adventurers is about maverick explorers searching for vanishing populations, lost cultures and hidden cities — proving that there are still people ...

Arctic Meltdown

Arctic Meltdown

Narrated by David Suzuki, this three-part series documents the drastic changes in Canada’s North. Global warming is opening a wealth of business opportunities there, but can the Arctic’s sensitive ecosystems handle the strain of all ...