The Nature of Things | Season 2010-11 | Mar 15, 2011 | 29:36

    The Nature of Things: First Show

    Watch the very first episode of The Nature of Things broadcast November 6, 1960.

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    The Nature of Things - The Last GrizzlyMay 16, 2013 | 45:12The Nature of Things The Last Grizzly VideoClosed Captions available
    The Nature of Things The Last Grizzly May 16, 2013 | 45:12A filmmaker applies all of his years of experience filming wildlife in North America to find the last grizzlies.
    The Nature of Things - Changing Your MindFeb 5, 2013 | 44:39The Nature of Things Changing Your Mind VideoClosed Captions available
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    The Nature of Things Aliens of the Deep Sea Aug 4, 2012 | 44:55Intelligent octopus? Scientists are testing the brain-power of the mysterious and mythic octopus.
    The Nature of Things - Save My Lake!Jun 22, 2012 | 45:08The Nature of Things Save My Lake! VideoClosed Captions available
    The Nature of Things Save My Lake! Jun 22, 2012 | 45:08There is a mystery blooming in Lake Winnipeg's waters and it is one that science is only now waking up to. We'll investigate what's happening to Lake Winnipeg.
    The Nature of Things - When North Goes SouthJan 5, 2012 | 44:46The Nature of Things When North Goes South VideoClosed Captions available
    The Nature of Things When North Goes South Jan 5, 2012 | 44:46Canadian geophysicists meet astronauts, marine biologists, paleo and archeomagneticians, in an attempt to understand, measure and explain the consequences of a pole inversion.
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    The Nature of Things Geologic Journey II: The Western Pacific Rim Jul 28, 2011 | 44:20Geologic Journey II will travel along the Pacific Rim of Fire, home to half of the world's active volcanoes, and ninety per cent of the world's earthquakes.
    The Nature of Things - Geologic Journey II: Tectonic EuropeJul 14, 2011 | 45:03The Nature of Things Geologic Journey II: Tectonic Europe Video
    The Nature of Things Geologic Journey II: Tectonic Europe Jul 14, 2011 | 45:03Traverse the Eurasian plate across Europe - from Iceland, where new land is formed - to the Alps, where old land is destroyed.
    The Nature of Things - The Real AvatarJul 7, 2011 | 44:48The Nature of Things The Real Avatar VideoClosed Captions available
    The Nature of Things The Real Avatar Jul 7, 2011 | 44:48David Suzuki travels to the Peruvian Amazon to meet with indigenous leaders and see first-hand the forces threatening their way of life.
    The Nature of Things - For The Love Of ElephantsMay 22, 2011 | 44:44The Nature of Things For The Love Of Elephants VideoClosed Captions available
    The Nature of Things For The Love Of Elephants May 22, 2011 | 44:44An intimate portrait of the elephant-human bond that is formed in an elephant rehabilitation centre just outside Nairobi, Kenya.
    The Nature of Things - The Nature of Things: First ShowMar 15, 2011 | 29:36The Nature of Things The Nature of Things: First Show Video
    The Nature of Things The Nature of Things: First Show Mar 15, 2011 | 29:36Watch the very first episode of The Nature of Things broadcast November 6, 1960.
    The Nature of Things - The CodebreakersJan 13, 2011 | 45:13The Nature of Things The Codebreakers Video
    The Nature of Things The Codebreakers Jan 13, 2011 | 45:13For years scientists thought they knew when the first humans entered the New World. Now with exciting archaeological discoveries, it looks like humans were here far earlier than we ever thought possible.

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