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The Nature of Things Origins Sep 2, 2010 | 45:04The young Charles Darwin is transformed from a dilettante into a groundbreaking scientist aboard the Beagle.
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The Nature of Things One Ocean: Mysteries of the Deep Sea Jul 29, 2010 | 45:07Mysteries of the Deep takes us to the most beguiling parts of the sea, the very depths that we know so little about.
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The Nature of Things Bugs, Bones & Botany: The Science of Crime Jun 20, 2013 | 45:27Meet nature's detectives; how bugs, plants, bones ... even dust can be formidable enemies of crime.
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The Nature of Things The Suzuki Diaries: Coastal Canada Sep 1, 2012 | 45:05The Suzuki Diaries hits the road again, this time to travel the coastlines of Canada. Father and daughter reverse roles: marine scientist Sarika is the expert and David, the protégé.
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The Nature of Things My Nuclear Neighbour Jul 9, 2010 | 45:14A beginners guide to the pros and cons of nuclear power, and an exploration of the biggest industrial development since the tar sands.
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The Nature of Things Bat & Man Jul 24, 2010 | 45:09As Bat & Man reveals, bats are more than merely a hardy and adaptable species. They play an essential role in the survival of life on Earth.
The Nature of Things - One Ocean: Life and BirthJul 15, 2010 | 45:09The Nature of Things One Ocean: Life and Birth Video
The Nature of Things One Ocean: Life and Birth Jul 15, 2010 | 45:09Hidden in the ocean's depths are secrets that science is only just beginning to understand in this stunning four-part series.
The Nature of Things - A Murder of CrowsJun 12, 2011 | 45:12The Nature of Things A Murder of Crows Video
The Nature of Things A Murder of Crows Jun 12, 2011 | 45:12A rare and intimate glimpse into the inner life of one of the most intelligent, playful and mischievous species on the planet.
The Nature of Things - To Bee or Not To BeeAug 28, 2010 | 45:05The Nature of Things To Bee or Not To Bee Video
The Nature of Things To Bee or Not To Bee Aug 28, 2010 | 45:05The sudden and drastic disappearance of bee colonies around the world has scientists scrambling to find a cause -- and an antidote.
The Nature of Things - One Ocean: Footprints in the SandJul 22, 2010 | 45:07The Nature of Things One Ocean: Footprints in the Sand Video
The Nature of Things One Ocean: Footprints in the Sand Jul 22, 2010 | 45:07We take measure of humanity's impact on the sea since we first settled along its coasts over 150,000 years ago. <i>Footprints in the Sand</i> reveals marine protected areas can have a huge impact on an ecosystem's ability to recover.
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The Nature of Things Publish and Be Damned Sep 16, 2010 | 45:17After labouring in secret for twenty years, Charles Darwin is almost trumped by the obscure, young naturalist Alfred Wallace. Shocked that someone else is drawing the same conclusions he once did while travelling through the Southern Hemisphere, Darwin is convinced by his friends to complete his masterwork and publish post-haste.

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