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Big Pacific
PBS,

2017

| Documentary
Rating: 5/5

Plunge into the Pacific with researchers and cinematographers and see the ocean's rare and dazzling creatures in a way never before seen on television. The show examines an ocean that covers a third of the Earth's surface.


Ancient Skies
PBS,

2019

| Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

With breath-taking CGI, beautiful landscape footage and some of the world's most important astronomical artefacts, Ancient Skies looks at the cosmos through the eyes of our ancestors, and our changing views of the cosmos throughout history.


I'll Have What Phil's Having

Embark on an international culinary expedition with Phil Rosenthal, creator of the TV hit Everybody Loves Raymond, and one of Hollywood's funniest producers. Join Phil as he explores six culinary capitals of the world in search for the best of a city's specialty, or one of its most unusual dishes.


Impossible Builds
PBS,

2018

| Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

"Impossible Builds" is an access all areas look at the creation of some of the world's most ambitious, complex and technologically advanced construction projects. From subaquatic homes and the ultimate in billionaire luxury to futuristic towers and pencil thin skyscrapers, these are the structures they said could never be built. But now, using revolutionary technology and cutting-edge construction materials, three previously impossible builds are taking shape across the world. And "Impossible Builds" is on site to follow their progress every step of the way. In Miami, follow the construction of one of the most complex skyscrapers ever to make it off the drawing board. Its design is so radical that construction experts have turned to a building material never before used in skyscrapers. Can six sand islands, poking out of the Persian Gulf near Dubai, be transformed into the most luxurious holiday destination on earth? One man believes they can and he's risking tens of millions of dollars to prove it. While some architects are looking up - others are looking down. Follow the build to make living beneath the waves into a reality as a team in Dubai attempts to construct a floating house combining the best of land and marine design. Will they achieve the impossible?


The Dictator's Playbook
PBS,

2019

| Documentary

The rise and fall of some of history's most ruthless dictators, from Mussolini to Saddam Hussein.


Curious George
PBS,

2006

| Children Cartoons, Animation
Rating: 4.5/5

George is a curious little monkey from the jungles of Africa. He lives with his friend, the Man in the Yellow Hat. George's curiosity is constantly getting him into trouble and he frequently needs to be saved by his friend.


Genealogy Roadshow

This is an engaging, innovative program that reveals the bigger picture of our nation's past, present and future. With a diverse mix of stories in each episode, it appeals to Americans interested in learning about their family histories. It also shows that no matter one's heritage and background, everyone has a place in history.


First Peoples

See how the mixing of ancient human genes helped us survive and thrive around the globe. Developments in genetics, archaeology and anthropology cast new light on 200,000 years of history, detailing how Homo sapiens came to be the dominant human species.


Baseball
PBS,

1994

| Sports, Documentary
Rating: 4/5

Baseball: A Film by Ken Burns is an Emmy Award-winning 1994 documentary series by about the game of baseball, originally aired on PBS.


Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
PBS,

1968

| Children, Educational, Puppets, Variety
Rating: 4.5/5

Every kid wanted to be Mister Rogers' neighbor. Fred Rogers hosts this gentle, thoughtful children's show, and he treats kids like intelligent people who deserve programming just as good as that for adults. From the moment he changes into his cardigan and sneakers, youngsters are enthralled. Add in the puppets and marionettes from the Land of Make Believe, and you've got a children's classic.