Mar 23, 2015 | 0:30The Nature of Things Jellyfish Rule! - Promo Video
The Nature of Things Jellyfish Rule! - Promo Mar 23, 2015 | 0:30No brains, no backbone, no problem! 600 million years ago jellyfish ruled the oceans. Now these mysterious and magnificent creatures may be taking over the oceans once again. Only this time, they’re doing it with our help.
Mar 11, 2015 | 0:30The Nature of Things SongbirdSOS - Promo Video
The Nature of Things SongbirdSOS - Promo Mar 11, 2015 | 0:30It seems inconceivable that the birds that we have lost almost half the songbirds that filled our skies only 40 years ago. SongbirdSOS takes a journey with the birds to discover why this is happening and what we can do about it.
Feb 26, 2015 | 8:45The Nature of Things Bedouin Journey - the Great Human Odyssey Video
The Nature of Things Bedouin Journey - the Great Human Odyssey Feb 26, 2015 | 8:45Late in the final stages of editing "The Great Human Odyssey", Director Niobe Thompson and Editor Brenda Terning realized the series lacked a little je ne sais quoi... So, they gathered the crew together for a reunion tour in the Arabian Desert. And it just so happened, they were filming in the footsteps of David Lean and Lawrence of Arabia. Have a look at this making-of, and see how the Bedouin brew their coffee.
Feb 25, 2015 | 11:26The Nature of Things The Sacrifice - The Great Human Odyssey Video
The Nature of Things The Sacrifice - The Great Human Odyssey Feb 25, 2015 | 11:26We take the camera to a remote rain-forest village in Papua New Guinea to witness a spectacular and shocking ritual: the male initiation of the Crocodile People. After a year of negotiations, our film crew was granted unprecedented access by the village Elders. But when we arrived in person, we faced a final hurdle: a sex change operation. Confused? Have a look.
Feb 19, 2015 | 9:42The Nature of Things Furs And Filthy Weather - The Great Human Odyssey Video
The Nature of Things Furs And Filthy Weather - The Great Human Odyssey Feb 19, 2015 | 9:42For "The Great Human Odyssey", Niobe Thompson and his crew travelled to the most remote part of the Russian Arctic, Chukotka, to film dramatic recreations of an ancient Ice Age culture. They filmed on rotten sea ice and mountain peaks, inside reindeer-fur yurts and hunters camps. And their actors were locals, sea-mammal hunters of the Bering Strait.