Wolves have been demonized for centuries, blood thirsty beasts haunting our nightmares. We were determined to dispel this myth and show the true nature of wolves. Compassionate family animals, both playful and affectionate. For six years in a tented camp in the wilderness of Idaho, we lived among a pack of wolves, listening to them, earning their trust.Now in "Living With Wolves," we share more of the story of The Sawtooth Pack, first told in our two-time Emmy Award-winning documentary, Wolves at Our Door. Our own lives, brought together by a devotion to wildlife, were forever changed by these elusive, intelligent animals who accepted us. Overcoming forest fires, marauding mountain lions and sub-zero winters, we share with you a heart-warming and unique partnership of human and predator, built on trust and defying the storm of controversy surrounding the wolf.
This Blu-ray shows you detailed and true-to-scale replicas of the treasures of the Pharaoh's tomb just as Howard Carter had originally discovered them. Now, more than 3,000 years later, you can see the tomb of the Pharaoh, immense treasures and ancient mysteries in a sensational reconstruction in stereoscopic 3D.
Chris Packham presents, mentioning others that didn't quite make the list, his favorite top ten animal - and plant species from the half million discovered in the first decade of the 21st century. The animals include the most endangered African monkey, a lemur (Madagascar simian), a mouse-size and -resembling relative of the elephant, a Caribean island-adapted sloth, a shark which 'walks coral reefs on an arm', the largest mega-stick, a deep sea jellyfish without tentacles and a jungle gecko mutation happening in Malaysian state Perlis in order to flee serpent predation into caves. Plant species include a giant Venus-flytrap on Palawan (Philipines) and the largest ever orchid from Peru.
Washed up space adventurer and sidekick crash land on a planet of dicks.
Documentarian Walter Dominguez turns his lens on his family when a faded photo leads him to explore his Mexican-born grandfather's life. What Walter learns is shocking -- that behind the pacifist preacher once lurked a revolutionary.
An Eternailsm 3-D film by Ken Jacobs
What happened to Amelia Earhart when she disappeared over the Pacific Ocean more than 70 years ago? One man thinks he not only knows the answer, but is on the trail to finding her.
The film presents compelling evidence that Altlantis wasn't so far away after all, but what it omits is just as compelling. Although Plato’s account of Atlantian masonry, consisting of red, white and black stones, was a visually perfect match for the modern walls of the Minoan excavation site favored by the film, and his account of a sea made impassable by small islands of mud could, in fact, be a description of the rafts of pumice left by the catastrophic eruption of an ancient volcano there, little mention is made of Plato's specific account of where Atlantis was or the common root that links Atlantis to the Atlantic ocean. Also omitted is Plato's chronology placing the sinking of Atlantis in the same time frame as the end of the last ice age which caused the inundation of huge expanses of once fertile lands. Is "Atlantis: The Evidence" a thinly disguised example of Eurocentrism in the media? Watch Discovery: Atlantis for a more comprehensive view on an age-old debate.
The Holy Grail is a dish, plate, stone, or cup that is part of an important theme of Arthurian literature. A grail, wondrous but not explicitly "holy," first appears in Perceval le Gallois, an unfinished romance by Chrétien de Troyes: it is a processional salver used to serve at a feast. Chrétien's story attracted many continuators, translators and interpreters in the later 12th and early 13th centuries, including Wolfram von Eschenbach, who makes the grail a great precious stone that fell from the sky. The Grail legend became interwoven with legends of the Holy Chalice. The connection with Joseph of Arimathea and with vessels associated with the Last Supper and crucifixion of Jesus, dates from Robert de Boron's Joseph d'Arimathie (late 12th century) in which Joseph receives the Grail from an apparition of Jesus and sends it with his followers to Great Britain.
Magnificent a documentary one to you emitted by Discovery Channel, that reviews great landmarks of the history of hacking. In this way, you will be able to see Steve Wozniak or the John Draper and, by all means, to Kevin Mitnick, interviewed people in exclusive right for the program. It is worth the trouble to put themselves comfortable and to know first hand the opinion of these pioneers on an as dark subculture as attractive.
It's the case of the moment, a national obsession: When the documentary "Making A Murderer" premiered, outrage erupted over what's been called a miscarriage of justice. With strange, murky facts and the prior wrongful conviction of Steven Avery as a starting point, the series raises questions about the criminal justice process from investigation to conviction. So what really happened? The ID Front Page special hosted by Keith Morrison, Steven Avery: Innocent or guilty? will present the latest.
This documentary offers an up-close look at the space shuttle Discovery, which launched on July 26, 2005, two and a half years after NASA's last mission. Over 124 cameras captured the shuttle's blast-off, while exterior cameras filmed the booster separation process. This program includes revealing footage of the launch, an intimate look at life onboard the shuttle and extraordinary film of astronauts repairing the Discovery in space.
The Hundred Acre friends take your child on adventures where the friendliest part is realizing how much fun it is to share "growing up moments" with your very best pals. The fun starts with four delightful tales that illustrate how consideration, responsible behavior, and a little imagination can lead to wonderful experiences. Join Pooh and his pals as they find excitement around the Hundred Acre Wood. And when Tigger's birthday wishes get out of hand, your child will see how good behavior can get better results than all the wishes in the world. As each story unfolds, your child will be surrounded by favorite friends who show how to turn troubles around with a little respect, good behavior, and fun imaginative play. It's just one more way Pooh makes growing up fun.
Journey into a secret world where aeronautical dreams become military reality. Particle ray beam weapons, quiet supersonic flight, magnetic levitation and hyper-speed engines are all part of the technology that promises cutting-edge aircraft for 21st century combat. Learn how UCAVs - Unmanned Combat Air Vehicles - are poised to take the preeminent role in future air combat with their ability to undertake missions too dangerous for human pilots, striking land and air targets with robotic precision. Without the burden of designing for a human pilot, engineers of these robot planes - like Northrop's radical X-47 - are able to achieve some truly space-age designs. Witness the latest applications of stealth technology in aircraft like the F-22 Raptor, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and Boeing's out-of-this-world "Bird of Prey."
Two young men meet and fall in love in Disneyland.
Documentary looking at the ways which computer on-line services and the Internet have evolved, how they have been applied and the problems they can cause.
On a balmy evening in October 2002, young Western tourists and Balinese revelers pack the bars and nightclubs that line the main strip of Kuta, on the resort island of Bali. The night seems full of promise; of sizzling romance and unfettered fun. However, for hundreds of these partygoers this night will be their last.
This series of programmes consists of episodes which profile evil men throughout history who have used their power to torture, kill, maim and eradicate millions of people.
Each week, Day of Discovery’s 30-minute television broadcast offers viewers a look at current and historical events, social issues, prophecy, and issues of the Christian faith. The program airs on a variety of stations across the United States and Canada. Day of Discovery Most of their programs can also be viewed on their website: www.dod.org. Day of Discovery channels have also been launched on Roku TV and Google TV. An Android App was launched in 2013 and is available in the Google Play store. Day of Discovery is taped on location in the United States and around the world, including many programs filmed in Israel. The documentary-style program covers a diverse range of topics: Day of Discovery’s four decades of programming makes it one of the longest continually running Christian broadcasts in US television history. Day of Discovery first aired on May 5, 1968 as a television ministry of Radio Bible Class. In its early years, the program was shot on location at Cypress Gardens, Florida. Along with inspirational music, it featured the Bible teaching of Richard De Haan, son of RBC’s founder Dr. M. R. De Haan, as well as other associate teachers. Today, Mart De Haan, the son of Richard De Haan, is the frequent host for many Day of Discovery programs.
Discovery is a Canadian documentary television series which aired on CBC Television from 1962 to 1963.
Discovery was the first documentary television series to be broadcast on RTÉ. The series started on January 7, 1964 with a programme on Dublin Airport. The series producer was Charlie Scott, and Brian Cleeve was the presenter and scriptwriter. Each half-hour edition focused on a specific subject, such as a commercial or state enterprise, an aspect of Irish culture, or some notable feature of the country's landscape. In December 1964, Brian Cleeve received a Jacobs' Award for his contribution to the programme. However, in January 1966, it was announced that Cleeve was being dropped as the series' narrator because his voice was no longer felt to be suitable. Later that year, he left the programme completely to join the new 7 Days team. Following Cleeve's departure, Discovery continued for another season using a number of alternative presenters, such as Paddy Gallagher, John Skehan, Michael Viney, and Terry Wogan. In 2002, RTÉ screened digitally-remastered versions of several of the original programmes. The topics covered included skydiving, mountaineering in the Wicklow mountains, and lighthouses off the Cork coast.
Discovery was a documentary television series produced by Duncan Dallas, Yorkshire Television. It was first shown in England in 1974. The first episode was about the post-encephalitic patients described by the neurologist Oliver Sacks. The documentary won a Red ribbon at the 1978 American Film Festival and first prize at the 1978 International Rehabilitation Film Festival.