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Very Food Trip

Very Food Trip Discover what the world has to offer by eating in the homes of local people. This was the challenge taken up by Marine and Louis who travel the world, camera in hand, looking for culinary encounters, or to simply meet new people. From Vietnam to Cuba, through ...

Coronavirus: Medicine’s Critical Challenge

Coronavirus: Medicine’s Critical Challenge From vaccine development, to more accurate testing, to measures that limit contagion and improve treatment outcomes, medicine is playing a central role in combating the COVID-19 coronavirus. Interviews with pharmaceutical and biotech executives and public health experts explore medicine’s critical challenge. Genre: Science, Technology Duration: 0:24:06 ...

Coronavirus: Downturn Damage Control

Coronavirus: Downturn Damage Control Leading figures in business and finance discuss the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and how they plan to limit the long-term damage to their companies, industries and portfolios. Genre: Science, Technology Duration: 0:24:06 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website ...

Coronavirus: Deploying Financial Firepower

Coronavirus: Deploying Financial Firepower Leading figures in monetary policy, government and finance discuss how central banks and governments are deploying unprecedented financial firepower to slow the impact of the coronavirus on the global economy. Genre: Science, Technology Duration: 0:24:06 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk ...

Coronavirus: Tech Responds

Coronavirus: Tech Responds Bloomberg’s Emily Chang speaks to top tech executives, including Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg, Zoom CEO Eric Yuan and Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi. Genre: Science, Technology Duration: 0:23:33 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains material which is owned by or ...

Rivers to the Sea

Rivers to the Sea The Mekong, the Mississippi, the Danube, the Parana… On every continent, there are mythical rivers, veritable invitations to head for the open sea. They are the source of the greatest civilizations, a refuge for forgotten people, an economical and cultural lung, and fantastic ecosystems. Francois Pecheux ...

To Teach a Bird to Fly

To Teach a Bird to Fly It’s a docufiction that tells the story of bird extinction from the point of view of northern bald ibis, and the reintroduction project attempting to bring this species back in Europe. The short film is directed by award winning media artists Minna Rainio and ...

Moonshot: In Conversation with Dr Pamela Gay

Moonshot: In Conversation with Dr Pamela Gay Bloomberg tech editor Nate Lanxon sat down with Senior Scientist at the Planetary Science Institute Dr Pamela L Gay to discuss who will make first contact with extraterrestrial life and unpack whether some of the fundamental things we believe about the universe are ...

Secrets of the Universe

Secrets of the Universe We are at the beginning of a period of unprecedented technological advancement, catalysing a new age of scientific discovery. Travel with us as we explore the most exciting machines ever conceived by man, indlucing the Large Hardon Collider and James Webb Space Telescope. See how these ...

Turtle Odyssey

Turtle Odyssey Sea turtles are some of Earth’s most ancient and majestic creatures. For over 100 million years, they have traversed the seas, enduring mass extinctions and playing critical roles in maintaining food webs. But now they face a new threat – humans. It’s time we learned more about these ...

Out of Bounds: Mountain Adventure

Out of Bounds: Mountain Adventure Follow Olympian Torah Bright as she journeys through the world’s longest chain of mountain ranges extending from Antarctica all the way to Alaska.  Along the journey, Torah will ride with backcountry legend Jeremy Jones and free-skiing superstar Sammy Carlson. Together, they will encounter penguins, polar ...

Serengeti

Serengeti Life happened in the Serengeti on an unprecedented scale.  It’s home to most of Africa’s most iconic animals, and hosts one of the world’s greatest natural events — the annual wildebeest migration.  Nature has orchestrated a perfect symphony in which every species has a very distinct role to play ...

Volcanoes: The Fire Within

Volcanoes: The Fire Within Volcanoes: The Fires Within will take audiences around the world with National Geographic photographer, Carsten Peter, to get dangerously close to volcanoes.  Audiences will learn about how volcanoes have impacted humans for millennia — from continents, to ecosystems, to wildlife habitats. Genre: Environment, Our World, Duration: ...

Ghost Chasers: Exploring the Other Side

Ghost Chasers: Exploring the Other Side Sometimes abandoned places are not as abandoned as they seem. YouTube stars Josh and Cody hunt for spirits and energies in Ghost Chasers: Exploring the Other Side. Genre: Adventure Duration: 5 x 22mins Languages: Dutch, English, German, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish For ...

Skips Stones for Fudge

Skips Stones for Fudge For over a decade, Russ “Rock Bottom” Byars and Kurt “Mountain Man” Steiner have endured a rivalry that lifted competitive stone skipping to unthinkable heights. Tested by physical ailments, emotional hardships and the rise of young talent, these obscure legends fight to cement their place in ...

Indonesia from Below

Indonesia from Below Home to more than 1700 islands and 85% of the world’s coral species, Indonesia is regarded as the worl’s best diving destination. This series showcases the top dive locations in Indonesia as well as up-and-coming places to jump in!   Genre: Nature, Our World, Travel Duration: 2 ...

Story Of Masters

Story Of Masters Dan Fogler is on a journey to meet the masters of martial arts. From ancient teachers to fighters in modern arenas – the story of masters stretches through history and is still being written today. Genre: Sport, Extreme Sports, History, Society, Duration: 3 x 45mins Languages: Dutch, English, German, ...

Oil’s Next Big Boom

Oil’s Next Big Boom Mexico and Venezuela have long been the oil powerhouses of Latin America. But with political uncertainty and market volatility mounting, a new generation of oil producing counties are set to transform the region. Bloomberg’s Alix Steel reports on “Bloomberg: Oil’s Next Big Boom” and dives deep ...

Petra: Secrets of the Ancient Builders

Petra: Secrets of the Ancient Builders In the south of Jordan, in the heart of the desert, lies the spectacular city of Petra. Built more than 2,000 years ago, it contains innumerable architectural treasures: colossal buildings carved into cliffs, hundreds of tombs, temples, and baths… Petra, the capital of the ...

Treasures of Europe

Treasures of Europe This striking 4K series travels across Europe to reveal the most beautiful, interesting, unusual and authentic places. Each episode visits a new destination and comprises five distinguishable parts including secret treasures – a hidden temple, a forbidden lake; natural treasures – a beautiful natural park, an impressive ...

Museum Access

Museum Access Museums are a vital part of the American Landscape, showcasing the greatest achievements of the human epxerience, past, present and future. Visitors remember, discover and learn in these museums that present the best of our country’s culture, accomplishments and heritage. Museum Access explores these museums in a way ...

Travelling Photographers

Travelling Photographers The Kogis in Colombia, the Handzabe in Tanzania, the Waura in Brazil, or the Papuans in New Guinea…
The most beautiful photographic records of traditional societies are always the fruit of a great love story between a photographer and the part of the world he’s particularly fond of. This ...

Kings of Africa

Kings of Africa Kings and queens continue to play an important role in modern-day Africa. Charged with preserving their society’s cultures, they remain figureheads for many of Africa’s 1,3 billion inhabitants. The Austrian art historian and photographer Alfred Weidinger journeys to Africa with a camera crew to explore and preserve ...

Plush Places

Plush Places Discover trendy destinations and unique experiences with upbeat presenter Rahul Jagtiani as he travels the globe in the quest for the extraordinary. From floating in the Dead Sea to trekking on Antarctic ice, and exploring the lush countryside of the Lake District or Swedish Lapland, Rahul’s love for ...

Remote Airfields

Remote Airfields An aircraft is landing or taking off every second at one of the 44,000 airfields in the world. They range from busy international airports to airfields, which rarely see an aircraft. Some, will allow you to discover unique places with incredible histories, cultures or remarkable sceneries that few ...

Joanna Macy and the Great Turning

Joanna Macy and the Great Turning: Will the Industrial Era Make Way for a Sustainable Future By weaving a story that takes place in deep time, from our ancestors to future generations, eco-philosopher, author and professor Joanna Macy helps us see our won lives in a broader context, and offers ...

Secrets of the Brain

Secrets of the Brain Our brains are remarkable, yet few of us really understand the amazing process behind our every thought, memory, movement and emotion. In Secrets of the Brain, neuroscientist Dr. Jack Lewis goes in search of people with unusual neurological conditions that give us a fascinating insight into ...

Strange World

Strange World In this exciting series, host Alex Hannaford travels the globe, investigating some of the strangest phenomena of our times. In each episode of Strange World, Alex visits the sites of these odd events, examines the evidence, talks to eyewitnesses, and calls in scientists to try and work out ...

Wild Photo Adventures

Wild Photo Adventures Join host and professional wildlife and nature photographer Doug Gardner as he ventures the globe to photograph wildlife on state-of-the-art full raster High Definition cameras resulting in breathtaking imagery. For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains material which is owned ...

Australia: Land Beyond Time

Australia: Land Beyond Time Stunning inside look at a land more like another planet than another country. Includes a rare natural event that happens only once every hundred years: the formation of a giant inland ocean out of nowhere in the middle of the harshest desert outback. Duration: 0:42:00 For ...

The Butterfly Effect

The Butterfly Effect In this short documentary we explore questions such as: What if one small event was taken away from your past? How would your life be now? Duration: 00:08:00 For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains material which is owned by ...

World Stamps

World Stamps Did you know that the collecting of postage stamps has been one of the world’s most popular hobbies since the late nineteenth century and the UK is the only country that does not display its name on its postage stamps? You will definitely be surprised, finding out that ...

The Monuments of Faith

The Monuments of Faith Terrifying gothics with its all vaults and stained glass windows creating magnificent light effects; gorgeous and majestic baroque with its pompous artistic techniques or laconic classicism striving to pure forms and canons has become a sign of elegance and taste. Duration: 3mins Episodes: 100 Definition: 4K ...

The Castles

The Castles To walk through the grand hallways at Schloss Neuschwanstein, to feel yourself at the ball in amazing Eilean Donan Castle and admire the beauty and power of Coca Castle from a bird’-eye view – all this can be done in a new 4K programme, The Castles. Duration: 3mins ...

Going Beyond

Going Beyond Going Beyond is wanderlust-filled hitchhiker Mariia Khandus’s new travel project. She’s journeyed around the world. Everybody knows that Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia are great places to relax with wonderful beaches and delicious fruits! But what do you know about the local people? The expats? About the real lives ...

Wild in Morocco

Wild in Morocco For one whole year, we will share the lives of Morocco’s last free-roaming Barbary apes, and observe its rarest and most dangerous reptiles. From the snowy forests of Atlas cedars to the hot desert of Southern Morocco, we will discover these fascinating animals in their natural habitat. ...

The Nature Effect

The Nature Effect From Japan to the United States, via Sweden, Germany and Canada, Natura heads off to meet researchers from the most prestigious universities (Stanford, University of British Colombia,…) – biologists, neuroscientists, experts in environmental psychology –who are presently demonstrating that «experiencing nature» stimulates unexpected biological and psychological resources ...

American Traditions

American Traditions This series of documentary videos on American History will leave you feeling good about America, and the traditions that set us apart from any other people on Earth. From The Oregon Trail to Route 66, learn why America is the greatest nation and the leader of the free ...

Timeless: A National Parks Odyssey

Timeless: A National Parks Odyssey Aerial cinematography, gorgeous landscapes and new age music all come together in this feast for the eyes and ears. Timeless: A National Parks Odyssey is an informative and impressive presentation, for nature lovers, travel enthusiasts and aficionados of state-of-the-art filmmaking. For all licensing enquiries and ...

Elk in America

Elk in America This award-winning wildlife documentary captures the life cycle of elk amidst the stunning scenery of the Rocky Mountains. For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains material which is owned by or licensed to us. This material includes, but is not ...

Minds in the Water

Minds in the Water Pro soul surfer Dave Rastovich went from observer to activist when he embarked on a mission to protect dolphins, whales and the oceans they all share, in a quest to inspire change. For all licensing enquiries and screeners, please contact us at: info@atallorder.co.uk This website contains ...

Aghbalou: The Source of Water

Aghbalou: The Source of Water Water is essential for food security and livelihood, especially for the millions of rural poor who rely on agriculture. Aghbalou combines a local story of struggle with a global call to action against the growing challenge of sustaining water supplies in the face of an ...

Ice Bound in Antarctica

Icebound in Antarctica Watch the video diary of a man who spent one year in Antarctica, 3,000 km away from any coast, with winds as strong as 300 km/h, temperatures as low as –50C°, and penguins which never left his side. Step behind the scene for a first-hand view of ...

Relaxing White Noise

Relaxing White Noise It is proven that having some ambient noise in the workplace leads to higher levels of productivity and boosts creativity. At night, ambient noise can lead to fewer interruptions in your sleep, and a good night of sleep is vital to maintaining good health. Let these ambient ...

Caviar Dreams

Caviar Dreams Caviar Dreams delves into the complex world of caviar, weaving a tapestry of tales that leaves you knowing more than you ever thought possible about this unique delicacy. Beyond the assumed glamour and luxury, we uncover a story of over-fishing, poaching, near extinction, and a quest for sustainability ...

Secret Migrations

Secret Migrations Every year, just above our heads, the pipistrelle bat, the painted lady butterfly, the Eleonora’s falcon and the Blackcap undertake mysterious migrations. These discreet journeys cover thousands of kilometers, and trigger puzzles that scientists are still trying to understand today. Some of these unknown migration paths bear witness ...

Men and Turtles

Men and Turtlest In Madagascar, the Comoros Islands, South Africa, Seychelles and Réunion, turtles are everywhere. In some places they are hunted, while in others they are protected. The various fates of these fascinating reptiles reveal some of the social, economic and cultural differences between these countries. Duration: 1 x ...

Siam, The Elephant

Siam, The Elephant Who could foretell Siam’s unique career? Born into a wild herd of elephants, slave in the fields, Siam later became the star at the Knie circus, in the cinema, and finally at the zoo of Paris! Stuffed upon its death, Siam has since grown «immortal»! Duration: 1 ...

The Original Whale Riders

The Original Whale Riders A scientist is invested with a major mission: to protect whales by studying their parasites! But establishing physical contact with these sea giants is a very dangerous mission. A whale weighs 40 tons and the pressure exercised by its fluke can knock out a diver, without ...

Empire of the Vineyard

Empire of the Vineyard Vineyards are almost invariably located on the «sunny side» of the world. The buds, leaves, branches, roots and even the shadows of the vines provide cover, breeding grounds, food and hunting territories. In autumn, when their fruit is ripe and juicy, vineyards attract a range of ...

Conversations with Dolphins

Conversations with Dolphins During one of his challenges, Adam Walker, a competitive long-distance swimmer, had the shock of his life when he realized he was being followed by a 5-meter great white shark. Panic-stricken, he began to head for the accompanying boat when a pod of dolphins arrived and chased ...

Chasing the Giant Croc

Chasing the Giant Croc Philippines – Agusan Marsh could well be one of the last paradises on earth. Its wetlands stretch over 50,000 hectares and are home to the Manobos, a small fishing tribal community that lives in floating houses. But in those waters lurks a man-eating monster – a ...

A Wolf’s Journey

A Wolf’s Journey Driven out of his pack, a young wolf has to face his fate alone and try to survive in a world ruled by man. Based on an incredible true story, A Wolf’s Journey tells the tale of the voyage of Slava, a lone wolf, rejected by his ...

Love is in the Wild

Love is in the Wild «Eat or be eaten» is not the only law in nature. All species, be they predators or prey, are eventually looking for the same thing: a partner to pair and give life… In other words: love. But as among humans, the path to it can ...

A Foxes’ Tale

A Foxes’ Tale One snowy day, in the heart of high altitude reserves, 5 fox cubs are born into a rocky chaotic world. Whereas they share the first careless months of their lives with the chamois, groundhogs and ibexes, come the end of summer, tensions are heightened. Not all of ...

War & Peace in the Countryside

War and Peace in the Countryside A positive and humorous insight into two opposing worlds and their radically different impact on the fauna of our countryside: on one side, an ecological farm and home and on the other, a conventional farm and house using chemical pesticides. An ambitious mini-series looking ...

Francis: The Pope from the New World

Francis: The Pope from the New World On March 13, 2013 the world was introduced to Pope Francis. He was the first Pope from the Americas, the first Jesuit, and the first to take the name Francis. Within days he had captured the hearts of the world through his gestures ...

The Francis Effect

The Francis Effect From the moment Pope Francis appeared on the balcony of St. Peter’s Basilica, he won the hearts of the village. Their humility, simplicity and closeness to the poor show a man deeply in contact with the gospel. His popularity has become enormous. It has begun a fundamental ...

Francisco: El Papa del Nuevo Mundo

Francisco: El Papa del Nuevo Mundo El 13 de marzo de 2013, el mundo conocio al Papa Francisco. Fue el primer Papa del continente Americano, el primer jesuita y el primero en tomar el nombre de Francisco. A los pocos días logro capturar los corazones del mundo a traves de ...

El Efecto Francisco

El Efecto Franciso Desde el momento en que el Papa Francisco apareció en el balcón de la Basílica de San Pedro, se ganó los corazones del pueblo. Su humildad, sencillez y cercanía con los pobres muestran a un hombre profundamente en contacto con el Evangelio. Su popularidad se ha vuelto ...