Heat: Travel to the hottest and driest extremes to see animals go to extraordinary lengths to survive. From the Sahara Desert to Australia, animals provide new clues about our changing planet and what it will mean for the future of our heating world.
Called “The Hermit Kingdom,” North Korea is an enigma wrapped in a quagmire of misinformation, international distrust, and fear. PLAYING FRISBEE IN NORTH KOREA is a documentary from inside North Korea, produced and directed by Savanna Washington, who visited the country under a tourist visa.
Windsor: Kate Williams explores some of the more gruesome stories of Windsor Castle history, including the death of Princess Charlotte in 1817. Plus, Diana, Princess of Wales’s former driver Colin Tebbutt reveals details of her final resting place at Althorp, her ancestral home.
Jerry Brown: The Disrupter: Experience the political and personal journey of Jerry Brown, the longest serving governor in California history. First elected at 36 years old and again at 72, Brown has spent over five decades tackling climate change and inequality.
Arkansas: Hidden Gems: In Arkansas just about everyone you meet is into the outdoors, yet to the rest of the country, the state barely registers as an outdoor destination. Now, Arkansas is on a mission to earn recognition as a wild mecca.