All Documentaries

How People Live: Venezuela

How People Live: Venezuela

2020, Society

Venezuela is widely known as one of the most dangerous regions on the planet. How People Live: Venezuela travels through areas where unknown hazards could be hiding behind every corner and exposes the harsh realities of daily life endured by its brave...

3.33
Water: The Shape Shifter

Water: The Shape Shifter

2014, Science

Water plays an essential role in the development of weather. It—ús also a master of transformation that comes in many forms. The variations of water, and its power to both nurture and destroy, are explored in Water: The Shape Shifter, another...

9.50
The Age of Disconnection

The Age of Disconnection

2018, Health

Connection is the key to our survival. In this fast-paced world of endless commotion, we have lost touch with the natural environments that defined the origins of our species. That void has left a massive space we seek to fill with mindless...

5.70
Wind: The Invisible Force

Wind: The Invisible Force

2014, Science

Wind rotates around our daily lives unseen. It is the most powerful force behind the world's most catastrophic weather events. But for such a consequential element, few people know where it originates. To address this, host Richard Hammond...

8.00
From Romania with Love

From Romania with Love

2013, Society

The fall of the Soviet Union left a segment of largely unknown victims in its wake: Romanian orphans. Now young adults, many of these orphans are heading back to their home countries to trace the steps of their troubled foundations and to track down...

7.70
Endgame 2050

Endgame 2050

2020, Environment

For many years, we have all been warned about the approaching doom promised by climate change. But what might that future actually look like? Endgame 2050 looks three decades into our future to visualize the fate that awaits us all if we do not act...

5.78
Childhood 2.0

Childhood 2.0

2020, Health

The lives of children used to be filled with hours of outdoor frolic, morning paper routes, and boundless adventures of the imagination. How times have changed. Childhood 2.0 characterizes our modern generation of kids and teens as enraptured victims...

8.20
Temperature: The Driving Force

Temperature: The Driving Force

2014, Science

How does weather work? Every living beyond across the globe experiences the temporary inconveniences of foul weather or the disastrous impacts of more extreme atmospheric conditions - from hurricanes to torrential rains to suffocating droughts. But...

7.43
Living Soil

Living Soil

2018, Environment

Over the next 40 years, the farming industry will have to produce more food than it has in the past 500 years. This challenge transcends the massive workload placed on farmers. It also speaks to the growing scarcity of our most crucial resource in...

8.50
How People Live: North Korea

How People Live: North Korea

2019, Society

This vlog type documentary explores the realities of living under the rule of one of the planet's most controversial dictators. The film delves into the living conditions of the people, the strict government policies and around-the-clock surveillance...

8.82