Monday, 28 December 2009

National Geographic: Telepathy

"Minds touching minds. Telepathy is an experience many say they've had but science isn't so sure"

Saturday, 26 December 2009

Days That Shook the World: Hiroshima

"At exactly 5.32am on August 6th 1945, a B29 Bomber, The Enola Gay, took off from a small island in the South Pacific on a clandestine operation. It's mission? To drop a bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, a bomb unlike any other that would change the world forever...

Thursday, 24 December 2009

A Little Christmas Message!

I would like to wish all Documentary Area viewers a merry christmas and a happy new year. Documentary Area has grown alot in the past 2 months and I hope you have enjoyed the videos posted so far. I would like to thank you for your continued support.

Have a great time over the festive period  :)

Wednesday, 23 December 2009

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Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Mindshock: Can the Heart Think?

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"A heart transplant is a life changing event... but for a few it brings much more... Is it possible that a new heart could bring with it the memories of a donor?

Who Wrote the Bible?

"Robert Beckford learned the Bible at his mother's knee and grew up believing that it was literally true.
But, 20 years on from his Baptist upbringing, Beckford is no longer so sure that 'the good book' is the pure, unadulterated word of God untouched by human hand...

Monday, 21 December 2009

Horizon: Can We Make a Star on Earth?

"Professor Brian Cox takes a global journey in search of the energy source of the future. Called nuclear fusion, it is the process that fuels the sun and every other star in the universe. Yet despite over five decades of effort, scientists have been unable to get even a single watt of fusion electricity onto the grid...

Thursday, 17 December 2009

Food Matters

""Let Thy Food Be Thy Medicine, And Thy Medicine Be Thy Food." - Hippocrates That is the message from the founding father of modern medicine echoed in this brave new documentary film brought to you by Producer-Directors James Colquhoun and Laurentine ten Bosch. 'Food Matters' is a hard hitting, fast paced look at our current state of health. Despite the billions of dollars of funding and research into new so-called cures we continue to suffer from a raft of chronic ills and every day maladies. Patching up an over-toxic and over-indulgent population with a host of toxic therapies and nutrient sparse foods is definitely not helping the situation...

Conspiracy: Who Really Runs the World

"It's the work of alien lizards, men in black, the government or even the Queen... Whenever a major news story breaks, conspiracy theories spring up overnight with a subversive slant on the official facts. Who's behind these theories, and why are some of us so ready to believe in them?"

Wednesday, 16 December 2009

Horizon: Are We Alone in the Universe

"Why do we humans have such a connection to the night sky, the twinkling lights that seem like oasis' out there and yet were not sure, are there habitable worlds? Around the world there are a group of highly intelligent, highly trained scientists that share a surprising belief...

Tuesday, 15 December 2009

BBC Horizon: Battle of the Brains

Can you think of 100 different uses for a sock? How would you cope with glasses that turn everything upside down? What's your emotional intelligence? Can you create a work of art in ten minutes?...

Dispatches: Lords, Billionaires and the Russian Connection

"Dispatches investigates the elusive Russian oligarchs who have been trying to buy up our football teams, newspapers and car companies. Reporter Antony Barnett examines the relationship between Russia's richest men and Britain's political elite. He discovers that members of the House of Lords are a prized attraction in Moscow..."

Monday, 14 December 2009

Super High Me

"In order to find out the true effects of marijuana on the human body, comedian Doug Benson documents his experience avoiding pot for 30 days and then consuming massive amounts for 30 days. This documentary also examines the debate over medical marijuana use." -

Naked Science: Big Freeze

"Earth, the blue planet, warm and hospitable for the past 11,000 years but how much longer will that last. Imagine our world in the not too distant future, temperatures may plummet, In parts of the northern hemisphere the temperature drops to minus 9 degrees farenheight. For the first time in 200 years ice forms on the River Thames in London, then the bottom falls out of the thermomerter.

Saturday, 12 December 2009

The Ape That Took Over the World

"In 2001, scientists announced an amazing discovery: the oldest skull of a human ancestor ever found. The 3½ million year old fossil was remarkably complete, and unlike any previous fossil find. Its discovery - by a team led by Meave Leakey of the famous Leakey fossil-hunting family - has revolutionised our understanding of how humans evolved.

Friday, 11 December 2009

National Geographic: Mighty Movers by Air - Military

"Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. Each year over 90,000 tonnes of cargo pass through Dover destined for U.S troops abroard. The fastest way to get the troops the goods? By aircraft, but not just any aircraft. Dovers home to a fleet of supreme weight lifters. The gigantic Galaxy C5's."

National Geographic: Ultimate Structures - Super Copter

"Helicopters are among the most complex flying machines ever created. And the AgustaWestland EH101 and other cutting-edge helicopters -- like the Sikorsky S-92 and NH Industries' NH90 -- have taken the science of rotary flight to a whole new level."

Wednesday, 9 December 2009

Engineering an Empire - The Persians

"The Persian Empire was one of the most mysterious civilizations in the ancient world. Persia became an empire under the Cyrus the Great, who created a policy of religious and cultural tolerance that became the
hallmark of Persian rule. Engineering feats include an innovative
system of water management; a cross-continent paved roadway stretching 1500 miles; a canal linking the Nile to the Red Sea; and the creation  of one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Mausoleum of Maussollos...

Engineering an Empire - Greece

"Western Civilization has been influenced by many cultures, but it was born in Ancient Greece. The Ancient Greeks laid a foundation that has supported nearly 3000 years of European history. Philosophers like Aristotle and Socrates, Olympian gods, the beginnings of democracy and great conquering armies can be attributed to the Ancient Greeks. This strong and charismatic people strategically harnessed the materials and people around them to create the most advanced technological feats the world had ever seen...

Tuesday, 8 December 2009

Biography of Barack Obama

This is a video from the Biography Channel made before Barack Obama became president. A great insight into the life of the now U.S president...

National Geographic - The Photographers

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"This documentary explores the people and stories behind the photographs that have made National Geographic Magazine the standard for photo journalism...

Monday, 7 December 2009

Chris Ryan's Elite World Cops: BOA

I hope to find the rest of this series online soon.

"Former SAS legend and renowned military author Chris Ryan has been granted unique access for the very first time to some of the world’s hardest and most sophisticated special police units.

Ryan will meet those at the cutting edge of law enforcement, try out their hardware and participate in training and operations...

Sunday, 6 December 2009

Ray Mears: Bushcraft - Masai Safari

"Ray fulllfils a childhood dream by experiencing a true safari, Masai-style."

Neda : An Iranian 'Martyr '

"The story of Neda Agha Soltan, an Iranian woman who was shot in Tehran in June 2009, and has been claimed as a martyr for Iran's protest movement."

Thursday, 3 December 2009

Weapons Races: The Race for the Jet Fighter

I found this after a suggestion from Dekash :)

"This is the story of the race to build the ultimate aerial fighting machine; from the 1915 German Fokker Eindecker to the 2005 U.S. F22 Raptor. The prize for the winner would be air supremacy over any battle field & a massive military edge over any enemy."

The 11th Hour

Suggested by Runningshoes :)

"Narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio, this captivating documentary explores the perilous state of our planet, and the means by which we can change our course. Contributing to this crucial film are noted politicians, scientists and other ambassadors for the importance of a universal ecological consciousness. The 11th Hour is directed by Nadia Connors and Leila Conners Peterson and features narration from Academy Award® Nominee Leonardo DiCaprio (The Departed, Blood Diamond)...

Wednesday, 2 December 2009


An interesting insight into the gangs of London. If you have ever lived there yourself you will know that in recent years this kind of activity has been growing and that the culture of london is changing.

Ray Mears: Bushcraft - Camping With the Hazda

"Ray spends time in northern Tanzania among one of the last hunter-gatherer tribes on the planet."

Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Spartans - The Last Stand

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"It is almost impossible to understand how 300 Spartans managed to hold off the million-man Persian army for even a moment, much less seven days. To a man they paid with their lives but their stunning Last Stand assured that their sacrifice would resonate throughout history. Relying on brilliant tactics, lifelong training, and unshakable allegiance, the doomed Spartans achieved the impossible...


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BBC - Horizon - Space Tourists

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"Over 40 years ago man first went into space. Ever since ordinary people have dreamt of getting there themselves. But after several false starts, a group of space obsessed entrepreneurs believe the first commercial flights into the final frontier are only a few years away...

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Monday, 30 November 2009

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The Aztec Massacre

"Historical documentary focusing on the Aztec Empire. Between the 14th and the 16th century, the Aztecs dominated the lands of present-day Mexico, until the arrival of the Spanish brought their world to a sudden end. This film probes the mystery behind 400 dismembered bodies unearthed in the ruins of an Aztec city...

Saturday, 28 November 2009

Acid Test: The Global Challenge of Ocean Acidification

"This groundbreaking NRDC documentary explores the startling phenomenon of ocean acidification, which may soon challenge marine life on a scale not seen for tens of millions of years. The film, featuring Sigourney Weaver, originally aired on Discovery Planet Green."

Ray Mears: Bushcraft - The Lost World of the Pemon

"Ray journeys to the huge rock outcrops which inspired "The Land That Time Forgot" and "The Lost World."

Friday, 27 November 2009

Hubble: 15 Years of Discovery 2005

"The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope is one of the biggest scientific projects of all time. To mark the 15th anniversary on 24 April 2005, the European Space Agency presented a series of unique activities in collaboration with partners all over Europe."

Thursday, 26 November 2009

Meerkat Manor - The Story Begins

The series Meerkat Manor is a legend of a programme, and here is the TV documentary film about these endearing animals. Enjoy.

Ray Mears: Bushcraft - The Yekuana, River People of the Amazon

"Ray sets up a jungle camp and sees how the Yekuana live in harmony with their environment."

Ray Mears: Bushcraft - Aboriginal Britain

"Ray shows how our ancestors, Stone Age hunter-gatherers, used the resources around them to feed and clothe themselves."

Exploring Ocean depths and the Undersea Voyager Project.

Requested by Aaron from Bognor :)

"The Undersea Voyager Project is a multi phase program developed by undersea explorer, Capt. Scott Cassell, founder and CEO of Undersea Voyager Project (a non profit research, and undersea exploration company). The Undersea Voyager Project is designed to utilize manned submersibles to take a physical look at the first 100-1,000 feet of seawater, (which is the largest environment on Earth) on a five year continuing mission to explore the unseen as they circumnavigate the Earth underwater...

Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Horizon: How Does Your Memory Work?

"Aired: March 25, 2008 on BBC2 You might think that your memory is there to help you remember facts, such as birthdays or shopping lists. If so, you would be very wrong. The ability to travel back in time in your mind is, perhaps, your most remarkable ability, and develops over your lifespan. Horizon takes viewers on an extraordinary journey into the human memory...

Richest People Of The Middle East

"A documentary about some of the richest people of the middle east and how they live."

Tuesday, 24 November 2009

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Monday, 23 November 2009

Ray Mears: Wild Food - Woodland

"Today, our bodies are the same as those of our hunter-gatherer ancestors, but our diets are very different. Microwave meals and fast-food snacks are light years away from a diet of wilted nettles and berries. In an age where obesity is a growing problem, Ray asks if there is something to be learnt by looking at the diets of our Stone Age ancestors.

Sunday, 22 November 2009

Discovery - Turbo Mean Machines: Trains

Requested by Shaun in Didcot :)

Dinosaur to Bird Evolution

Requested by Shaun in Didcot :)

"Today's scientists are recreating dinosaurs through genetic engineering. Sounds like science fiction? Not any longer.

Through rapid advances in genetics, scientists are discovering the genetic traits of dinosaurs in the DNA of birds. They are showing that it is possible to bring back teeth, long tails and hands in place of wings. In Dinosaurs: Return to Life, learn why the dream of recreating the dinosaur genome is coming closer to reality...

Saturday, 21 November 2009

The Real Eve

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"A documentary explaining the out of Africa theory."...

History Channel-Secret Societies

They are the subjects of controversy and curiosity. Their members include some of the world's most powerful individuals, including political leaders and the super-rich. Their goals are unknown...

Friday, 20 November 2009

Ray Mears: Wild Food - Summer Harvest

"Summer Harvest shows that our ancestors would have had access to a wide variety of plant foods, but meat would have been the staple in their diet. Ray shows viewers how they would have cooked a deer in a huge pit and then demonstrates how they would have preserved the meat by smoking it."

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The Ghost in your Genes

"Biology stands on the brink of a shift in the understanding of inheritance. The discovery of epigenetics – hidden influences upon the genes – could affect every aspect of our lives.

At the heart of this new field is a simple but contentious idea – that genes have a 'memory'. That the lives of your grandparents – the air they breathed, the food they ate, even the things they saw – can directly affect you, decades later, despite your never experiencing these things yourself. And that what you do in your lifetime could in turn affect your grandchildren.

The conventional view is that DNA carries all our heritable information and that nothing an individual does in their lifetime will be biologically passed to their children. To many scientists, epigenetics amounts to a heresy, calling into question the accepted view of the DNA sequence – a cornerstone on which modern biology sits.

Epigenetics adds a whole new layer to genes beyond the DNA. It proposes a control system of 'switches' that turn genes on or off – and suggests that things people experience, like nutrition and stress, can control these switches and cause heritable effects in humans.

In a remote town in northern Sweden there is evidence for this radical idea. Lying in Överkalix's parish registries of births and deaths and its detailed harvest records is a secret that confounds traditional scientific thinking. Marcus Pembrey, a Professor of Clinical Genetics at the Institute of Child Health in London, in collaboration with Swedish researcher Lars Olov Bygren, has found evidence in these records of an environmental effect being passed down the generations. They have shown that a famine at critical times in the lives of the grandparents can affect the life expectancy of the grandchildren. This is the first evidence that an environmental effect can be inherited in humans.

In other independent groups around the world, the first hints that there is more to inheritance than just the genes are coming to light. The mechanism by which this extraordinary discovery can be explained is starting to be revealed.

Professor Wolf Reik, at the Babraham Institute in Cambridge, has spent years studying this hidden ghost world. He has found that merely manipulating mice embryos is enough to set off 'switches' that turn genes on or off.

For mothers like Stephanie Mullins, who had her first child by in vitro fertilisation, this has profound implications. It means it is possible that the IVF procedure caused her son Ciaran to be born with Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome – a rare disorder linked to abnormal gene expression. It has been shown that babies conceived by IVF have a three- to four-fold increased chance of developing this condition.

And Reik's work has gone further, showing that these switches themselves can be inherited. This means that a 'memory' of an event could be passed through generations. A simple environmental effect could switch genes on or off – and this change could be inherited.

His research has demonstrated that genes and the environment are not mutually exclusive but are inextricably intertwined, one affecting the other.

The idea that inheritance is not just about which genes you inherit but whether these are switched on or off is a whole new frontier in biology. It raises questions with huge implications, and means the search will be on to find what sort of environmental effects can affect these switches.

After the tragic events of September 11th 2001, Rachel Yehuda, a psychologist at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, studied the effects of stress on a group of women who were inside or near the World Trade Center and were pregnant at the time. Produced in conjunction with Jonathan Seckl, an Edinburgh doctor, her results suggest that stress effects can pass down generations. Meanwhile research at Washington State University points to toxic effects – like exposure to fungicides or pesticides – causing biological changes in rats that persist for at least four generations.

This work is at the forefront of a paradigm shift in scientific thinking. It will change the way the causes of disease are viewed, as well as the importance of lifestyles and family relationships. What people do no longer just affects themselves, but can determine the health of their children and grandchildren in decades to come. "We are," as Marcus Pembrey says, "all guardians of our genome."

National Geographic - Holy War Inc.

"Holy War, Inc. features insights from leading U.S. counter-terrorism experts and exclusive interviews with those who have intimate knowledge of bin Laden and his operations."

Wednesday, 18 November 2009

BBC - Supernatural

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Hoover Dam Documentary

"It was started in a mire of misery and personal tragedy, but the Hoover Dam stands today as an inspiring example of human ingenuity. And many of those who struggled to build it regard it with great pride..."

Monday, 16 November 2009

David Icke - Was He Right?

Requested by Julie from Bognor!

"Channel 5 documentary from 12/26/06 which chronicles David Icke's career to present day, and asks the big question - Was he right? Anyone who is paying attention knows the answer to that."

Ray Mears: Wild Food: Wetlands

"Ray and Professor Gordon Hillman, an expert in the use of plants through the ages, look at the marshes and waterways which our ancestors used for travelling and as an abundant source of food. Along the way, Ray explains how to take the sting out of nettles and how to use water lily seeds as a source of carbohydrate. He then travels to the spectacular Ardeche Gorge in France where he gains special permission to take to his canoe and demonstrate spear fishing."

Sunday, 15 November 2009

Dispatches Undercover Copper

"Using secret cameras, an experienced policewoman spent four months undercover while serving as a police officer to conduct this revelatory investigation. Gaining unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to officers, her secretly-filmed footage unmasks a disturbing lack of respect and care for members of the public and incidences of dereliction of duty."

Ray Mears: Wild Food - Wetlands

"Ray and Professor Gordon Hillman, an expert in the use of plants through the ages, look at the marshes and waterways which our ancestors used for travelling and as an abundant source of food. Along the way, Ray explains how to take the sting out of nettles and how to use water lily seeds as a source of carbohydrate. He then travels to the spectacular Ardeche Gorge in France where he gains special permission to take to his canoe and demonstrate spear fishing."







Friday, 13 November 2009

Ray Mears: Wild Food - Coast

"Ray finds out just what Britain's coast had to offer our ancestors, as he continues to explore the wild food that tickled the taste buds of Stone Age man. The coastline of Stone Age Britain was rather different than it is today, as Britain was yet to become an island."







Louis Theroux: Law and Disorder in Philadelphia

"Louis Theroux: Law and Disorder in Philadelphia Louis Theroux joins the Philadelphia Police Department patrolling the most dangerous part of one of the most violent cities in America. from the Telegraph review: "Making a film in one of America’s most crime-ridden cities might sound a daunting task, but Louis Theroux seems to relish the challenge in his latest documentary on BBC2 this week, Law and Disorder in Philadelphia. "The endearingly weedy Theroux is seen bounding in and out of police cars, thrust into the frontline of rapid response teams. ‘My first thought was, “If I get killed it’s not because I’m going to get shot or mugged, it’s because I’m going to die in a car accident”,’ he says. ‘The cops are unbelievable because they’re breaking all the red lights, going down one-way streets the wrong way, going down the middle of the road in heavy traffic, and dodging other cars.’ "The new documentary is certainly his riskiest assignment yet. The BBC’s safety guidelines meant he had to wear a bulletproof vest so thick he was unable to do up his seatbelt. "But you can’t blame the production team for being cautious when you consider that there are an estimated 400 homicides a year in Philadelphia, more than 10,000 aggravated assaults and almost 40,000 thefts. "On the other hand, you might say Theroux’s style is sometimes dangerous, because it could easily backfire. In an innocent-seeming, almost boyish way he asks the blunt questions that other journalists might want to ask but don’t have the nerve. Critics have accused him of faking naïvety, in order to lull his subjects into a false sense of security. But he says there’s nothing cynical in his approach. ‘I just believe in taking people at their word and I’m inclined to trust people,’ he says. ‘Maybe I’m a bit naïve or overly trusting because when somebody lies to me I’m shocked. But I think it’s good manners to take people at their word.’ "Indeed, as Law and Disorder in Philadelphia shows, Theroux’s trusting interview style actually helps him elicit more information from hostile criminals than his all-action, macho peers such as Ross Kemp and Donal MacIntyre. The new film may not be as quirky as the ones that made him famous, but Theroux has again succeeded in exposing his audience to an alien world."

Ray Mears: Wild Food - Australia

"Ray travels to the other side of the planet to hear from Australian Aboriginals about what food means to a hunter-gatherer and the role it plays in their culture as well as their society. Along with many other discoveries, the trip sees Ray sample that most iconic of 'bush tucker': the witchetty grub, a huge maggot that lives in the roots of the witchetty bush."







Thursday, 12 November 2009

Google Documentary

"A look inside Google, The Machine"

Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Natural World: Clever Monkeys

"David Attenborough's entertaining romp through the world of monkeys has a serious side: for when we look at monkeys we can see ourselves. From memory to morality, from 'crying wolf' to politics, monkeys are our basic blueprint.

Pygmy marmosets 'farm' tree sap; bearded capuchins in Brazil develop a production line for extracting palm nuts; white-faced capuchins in Costa Rica tenderly nurse the victims of battle; and in the Ethiopian highlands a deposed gelada baboon has got the blues."

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Super Rich: The Greed Game

"As the credit crunch bites and a global economic crisis threatens, Robert Peston reveals how the super-rich have made their fortunes, and the rest of us are picking up the bill"

Monday, 9 November 2009

Einstein’s Unfinished Symphony

"In spring 1951 the most famous scientist in the world celebrated his 72nd birthday. A hoard of photograpers were waiting to take his picture. And when he appeared that day he created one of the most endearing images of the 20th century..."

Philosophy, Physics, Mathematics - “Dangerous Knowledge”

"This film is about how a small group of the most brilliant minds unravelled our old cosy certainties about maths and universe. It is also about how  once they had looked at these problems, they could not look away and pursued the questions to the brink of isanity and then over it to madness and suicide. But for all their tragedies what they saw is still true...."

Sunday, 8 November 2009

Discovery Channel: The History Of Hacking

You guessed it! A documentary all about hacking, from the beginning.

Saturday, 7 November 2009

New swirled order (crop circle documentary 2009)

"Where does this mysterious crop circle phenomena come from? Is it done by man as a joke? So why do people have extraordinary experiences then? Flying ball of lights were seen in and around crop cirlces. Or is it an alien intelligence which try to communicate with us? The geometry which can be found in crop circles, inculed a lot of mathematics which can be also found in nature.

Our new documentary "New swirled order" deals with these questions and present some very extraordinary Crop circle formations in 2008, like the "Pi"-formation in Barbury Castle or the Crop Circle near Avebury Manor, which showed our solar system with the planetary constellation of December 21 of 2012."

Friday, 6 November 2009

Controlling Our Food: The World According to Monsanto

"On March 11 a new documentary was aired on French television - a documentary that Americans won’t ever see. The gigantic bio-tech corporation Monsanto is threatening to destroy the agricultural biodiversity which has served mankind for thousands of years."

The Michael Jackson Story (1985-2009) [Full 45 Miin BBC Documentary]

I have decided to add this BBC documentary about Michael Jackson. It gives an insight into his life from a young age.

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life

"Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life is a documentary about Charles Darwin and his revolutionary theory of evolution through natural selection, produced by the BBC to mark the bicentenary of Darwin's birth. It is part of the BBC Darwin Season. The presenter, David Attenborough, outlines the development of the theory by Darwin through his observations of animals and plants in nature and in the domesticated state, visiting sites important in Darwin's own life, including Down House, Cambridge University and the Natural History Museum, and using archive footage from Attenborough's many nature documentaries for the BBC. He reviews the development of the theory since its beginnings, and its revolutionary impact on the way in which humans view themselves--not as having dominion over the animals as the bible says, but being an animal and controlled by the same forces that control the other animals."

Tuesday, 3 November 2009

The real Neanderthal Man

"42,000 Years ago, the only humans in Europe made clothes, educated their young, made tools. But they weren't the same as us. Now the very latest technology can reveal exactly how they lived, the dangers they faced and the communities they made in the Neander valley in Germany.

We all know the word "Neanderthal" to be an unflattering qualifier for some of our more uncultured and dim-witted fellow humans. But was the real Neanderthal man truly such an intellectual dunce? The Real Neanderthal Man looks at modern scientific findings that reveal quite the opposite."

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Tesco: The Supermarket thats eating britain.

"Tesco is Britain's favourite supermarket. With 2,000 stores and 15 million customers a week, it's almost twice as big as its nearest rival. Dispatches shows how Tesco could soon become even bigger, and asks if this retail giant is abusing its power."

Supersize Me

A documentary about a guy who eats nothing but Mcdonalds for breakfast, lunch and dinner for 30 days to see how it affects his health. Will you fancy a big mac after this?

Parallel Universe

"Scientists now believe there may really be a parallel universe - in fact, there may be an infinite number of parallel universes, and we just happen to live in one of them. These other universes contain space, time and strange forms of exotic matter. Some of them may even contain you, in a slightly different form. Astonishingly, scientists believe that these parallel universes exist less than one millimetre away from us. In fact, our gravity is just a weak signal leaking out of another universe into ours...

Serious scientists now believe that Parallel universes really do exist and are much stranger than even science fiction writers dared to imagine.

It all started when superstring theory, hyperspace and dark matter made physicists realise that the three dimensions we thought described the Universe weren't enough. There are actually 11 dimensions. By the time they had finished they'd come to the conclusion that our Universe is just one bubble among an infinite number of membranous bubbles which ripple as they wobble through the eleventh dimension.. "

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