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Two elderly men in Sudan race to save the national film archive, as reels of rare footage disintegrate in its vaults. Benjamin and Awad run Sudan's national film archive. The two men, who have worked together for more than 40 years, are devoted to protecting their country's visual memories. Home to some 13,000 films, the archive preserves pivotal moments of Sudan's turbulent history and is one of the largest in Africa. But the archive is in a fragile state. Following years of neglect and poor storage, many film reels are turning to dust in Sudan's unforgiving tropical climate.
Language: English 45 min 5 s | 947 MiB | 2 935 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC @ 160 kb/s | mkv Genre: Documentary
Steve Backshall meets the residents of Amazing Grace Rescue Centre in Surrey, helps healed hogs back into the wild, finds ways to hog-proof your garden, and tracks the last known colony of wild hedgehogs in London.
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Galapagos, an archipelago formed by the ungovernable power of the elements. A paradise, dependent completely on the mercy of the currents, undergoes constant transformations, which grant the survival of all animals on land and in the water. Take a closer look at the most famous islands in the world! Be prepared to see Galapagos like you have never seen it before and you'll be up for a surprise! Narrated by Mike Rowe
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Discovered in 2013, new and puzzling finding of small-skulled fossils of Homo Naledi has scientists trying to understand whether Homo Sapiens lived at the same time as Homo Naledi, and how Homo Naledi communities may have lived.
Language: English 28 min 54 s | 286 MiB | 1 384 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC @ 126 kb/s | mkv Genre: Documentary
The Sky at Night celebrates one of the most profound, moving and enjoyable activities there is - the ancient art of looking up, studying and marvelling at the night sky. The programme is based at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich - the spiritual home of British astronomy - and sets out to discover the many and varied ways we can all enjoy the majesty of the skies.
Language: English 1 h 55 min | 1.56 GiB | 1 935 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC @ 159 kb/s | mp4 Genre: Documentary
Over 12 billion miles from Earth, a gangly ship sails through interstellar space. It is, by far, the most distant object made by human hands. In 1977, NASA launched twin Voyager spacecraft. An emotional, cinematic documentary, The Farthest tells their story through first-hand accounts from the passionate men and women who built the ships and guided their journeys. Negotiating a series of perils on its Grand Tour of the outer planets, Voyager beamed back spectacular images of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. But their moons offered bigger surprises - volcanoes, geysers, and a liquid water ocean. On the chance of discovery by intelligent aliens, each spacecraft carried a Golden Record with music and spoken greetings.