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Matsu Take
Cultural music.
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Sergiu Popa Ensemble
Cultural music.
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Mystiki Kompania
Cultural music.
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Cordes Orient
Cultural music.
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Rose Ekosso
Cultural music.
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Malaysia
Adventure traveler Gordon Sivell tours an old Japanese Prisoner of War Camp in the jungles of Malaysia, and just off the coast of southern Thailand he treks through a rubber plantation before exploring the Dutch Colonial city of Penang with its old fishing villages and ancient fortifications.
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Through 10 stories over 4 seasons, we discover with diver Serge Dumont an unknown and splendid world: the subaquatic world of the Rhine and its tributaries… Yet he wonders how long he will still be able to film this sensitive Eden…
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Aviation 101: An explanation of some of the very basics of aviation.
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ATC gibberish: Breaking down and simplifying all that complex sounding radio chatter. Hot air balloons: Up, up and away! Condor Squadron: Taking to the air with a team of formation pilots flying WW2 era planes.
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Laos
Join host Gordon Sivell as he explores northern Laos with a long-tail boat ride down the Mekong River to some ancient Buddhist caves. He tours the old French Colonial town of Luang Prabang before traveling southeast for 10 hours through dangerous rebel infested Hmong Villages in the mountains to the isolated town of Ponsavan. Gordon learns how the CIA conducted their secret war in the 1970’s across the Plain of Jars on the border of Vietnam.
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In 1984, off Israel’s Mediterranean coast, marine archaeologist Ehud Galili discovered an ancient settlement that had been submerged for millennia.
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Can a kid land an airliner?: A follow up to some of the popular sim segments from season one, but this time with a 12 year old at the controls! MCAF Miramar (formerly Top Gun): Spending the day with US Marine fighter pilots at their legendary base. Corsair: Jeff flies one of the most capable carrier-based fighter aircraft of WW2.
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Private pilot emergency: Anthony closes the season 2 sim segments by having everything but the kitchen sink thrown at him. Can he do it? Flight services: Kurtis shows us the many important functions of this often overlooked aspect of Air Traffic Control services. Most female friendly airport: We show you why the official airport of The Aviators: Season 2 has been called the most female friendly airport in the world.
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In 1984, off Israel’s Mediterranean coast, marine archaeologist Ehud Galili discovered an ancient settlement that had been submerged for millennia.
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The Mediterranean
The two countries that lead the proposal for the Alliance of Civilizations are at the same time at the opposite end of a continent and yet separate Asia and Africa from Europe. Christianity evolved in Turkey and the country itself was Christian, with Constantinople as it’s Head for ten centuries.
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AOPA Summit: The annual event of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association. LAPD: We take you inside the aerial unit of the Los Angeles Police Department to see how the world’s largest police fleet helps to catch bad guys. Flight training: Whether for a new life or a new lifestyle, learning to fly is one of the most satisfying things you could ever do!
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Airshows - Behind the scenes: An exclusive look at a day in the life of a major airshow from the perspective of a performer, an air traffic controller, a pyrotechnics specialist, and the Air Boss.
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Sumba
Lost in the extreme South of Indonesia, the island of Sumba seems abandoned to the Indian Ocean. Here, Christian Karembeu is well-fed with images, sounds, prints and feelings. Sumba is poor but its treasure is its population hidden from the modern world and its intact habits.
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In Norway, a special police force has been created to regulate conflicts among breeders.
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Aircraft ownership: Exploring the varied costs and entry points of flying for everyone from the weekend warrior to the rich and famous. $100 Hamburger: A term describing the justification to go flying. So we go searching for meals worthy of the price of the fuel. Lockheed Electra: Made famous by Amelia Earhart, Jeff takes this classic bird for a spin.
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Airpark living: When your driveway is a runway, life is good! Water escape: Sara takes the plunge and learns how to survive a ditching. Jet truck race: What’s faster, a plane or a jet powered truck? We find out!
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Berlusconi owes his meteoric rise to his relations with the P2 Freemasons Lodge. The Directors of the film met with Licio Gelli, the founder of the Masonic lodge, which has now been now banned. They want to know how far Berlusconi wants to go towards the scenario thought up by the Lodge, of an authoritarian State.
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For nearly 40 years, Jean-Bernard Galv?s dives with sharks in the islands of the southwest Indian Ocean. For a long time, it was a sharks' fisherman, but today he is worried about their future. In recent years, sailing aboard his boat, he is the helpless witness of the massacre against them to power the fin trade. After Juan de Nova, one of the Scattered Islands in the French archipelago in the middle of the Mozambique Channel, where sharks are protected, the film takes us to Reunion, South Africa, Seychelles and on the west coast of Madagascar where shark populations are decimated by an intensive local fishing.
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Warbirds: Kurtis takes a walk back in time as he gets up close to a collection of historic aircraft that flew world-altering missions. iPad in the cockpit: We get hands-on with the revolutionary tablet device to show some of the most popular aviation tools available. Buying a used aircraft: Anthony shows that buying The Aviators’ new 210 can be just as simple as buying a used car. And accessorizing it can be just as fun.
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Wilderness survival: A well-known outdoorsman and pilot shows us how to spend the night in the remote wilderness while waiting for the weather to pass. Formation training: We attend a boot camp to learn what it takes to fly wingtip to wingtip to wingtip to… America’s first family of aviation: A look at the many contributions the Middlebrook family has made to American aviation for generations.
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Arizona 2
Navajo have a vast history of healing techniques that have been passed down, by word of mouth, from generation to generation. We first meet Virginia Boone a Navajo Medicine woman that learned her healing traditions from her father. She reveals the plants she uses and explains how she prepares them from drying, to infusing and making salves. Then, Virginia introduces her grandmother, Betty Slim, who is also a Navajo Medicine Woman. At a young age she learned she would have a sacred connection with the plants and become a healer. Finally we meet Alfred Mann, also a Navajo Medicine man who gives us insight into his healing practice. These three healers share their histories and give a brief glimpse into the ancient and powerful healing traditions of the Navajo.
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Guatemala
Guatemala is home to the rich healing tradition of the Maya. Cristobal Garcia, a Mayan Priest tells us that Spirituality, in all cultures and religions, is the axis of life, of knowledge, of our relationship with the universe, and our the relationship with that energy that we call God. Unfulfilled with his Christian upbringing, Cristobal felt a strong calling to serve his people with Mayan Spirituality. When she came down with a debilitating illness she learned of her call to healing. She learned that as she learned to heal others, she was healing herself. Join us as we talk with these amazing healers as they share their stories and accomplishments.
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Thanks to a group of incredible, specially-trained dogs, deadly land-mines buried just below the ground in Afghanistan are being ‘sniffed out’. In a life tainted by terror, destruction and death, these canines are gaining respect, and winning affection, for their heroic role as land-mine detectors. After 15 months of intensive training, these fully-fledged mine detection dogs will be working under extreme conditions, day after day, six days a week, to rid Afghanistan’s streets, fields and villages of landmines. With around 10 million mines still buried, these dogs and their handlers will be waging their own war against this unseen enemy for at least another seven years. Is it any wonder that in the world of working dogs, these ‘Dogs of Peace’ are the elite? Along with their ability to detect land-mines, these dogs are also giving hope to Afghan adults and children alike: the hope that without the fear of being killed or maimed, children can play and go to school safely; the hope that adults can shop and go about their daily lives; and the hope that countless refugees can return to their homeland, no longer living in fear of these insidious weapons. Join Heather Mills McCartney as she tells us about the ‘Dogs of Peace’ and the role they play in making this dangerous world a safer place.
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Usa: Drain Dwellers
And finally, could colonies of bizarre, mutant creatures be secretly surviving in the dark, damp world of city sewers? In New York, Animal X goes underground in search of strange drain dwellers rumoured to roam the shadowy maze.
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Madagascar: Gremlin
The Aye Aye of Madagascar is probably the strangest looking creature that has ever roamed the earth. It looks as though it has been put together from the spare parts of other animals and is weirder than anything Science fiction has to offer. Probably due in part to its abnormalappearance the Aye Aye it is able to yield amazing power over the Malagasy people. AnimalX finds out why...
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Peru
Deep in the Andes once thrived the powerful empire of the Incas; well versed in the ways of traditional healings. These practices still survive today with Julia Varrana. She was born into a family of healers and felt the calling to become a healer, too, when her son took ill with liver cancer. She reconnected with the medicines of the earth and successfully cured him of his illness. Now she cares for the many people that have no access to modern medicine. Also, caring for his people is shaman Ruben Neira who explains that in his community there are few diseases because most of the time they are present connecting with mother earth. Join us as Ruben guides us through captivating traditional offering and healing ceremonies.
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Wales
The botanists of the Welsh National Botanical Gardens understand the important role plants have played with the healings arts. Saying "No plants, no humans", reminds us of the urgency of having a solid conservation program. The botanists are inspired by the lore of ancient Welsh folk remedies and use modern understanding of healing compounds in plants from all over the world, some extremely rare. Meet the botanists of the gardens to learn of the lore and history that inspires them, the plants they are working to preserve, and the nature of the work they do to protect and preserve healing plants from all over the world.
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The story of the first afghan ascent of Mount Noshaq, the highest peak in Afghanistan.
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Alien Big Cats
Are big Black Cats such as Panthers lurking in the Australian Bush? Despite hundreds of sightings authorities continue to deny that Alien Big Cat’s exist. Meanwhile, livestock deaths continue to rise and eye witness reports grow. Many believe it’s only a matter of time before someone is killed.
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The Light From East
Abu Ali Ibn Sino, commonly known by his Latin name Avicenna, is one of the greatest philosopher, scientist and humanist of all time. His unique contribution to the development of medicine, philosophy, mathematics, astronomy, chemistry, poetry and music transcended the ages as a powerful heritage. The documentary-narrative film "The Light from the East" focuses on Avicenna’s life and on his brilliant work.
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Rose Ekosso
Cultural music.
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Scotland: Carnivorous Herbivores
Off the shores of Scotland lie two remote islands where the introduced species of deer and sheep have found a sinister solution to surviving their harsh surroundings. These normally mild mannered herbivores are killing to satisfy their mineral deficient diet. Animal X investigates this unusual phenomenon for answers.
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Usa: Tleepathic Parrot
Off the shores of Scotland lie two remote islands where the introduced species of deer and sheep have found a sinister solution to surviving their harsh surroundings. These normally mild mannered herbivores are killing to satisfy their mineral deficient diet. Animal X investigates this unusual phenomenon for answers.
DOCUBOX HD ČTVRTEK 21.12.
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Lombardia I
From the Po Valley to the Alps with its, lakes and art cities including Milan, Italy’s metropols. Castles and Abbeys point Lomellina with beautiful Vigevano. The journey continues along Pavia and its Certosa until Como and Garda Lake with world famous Vittoriale, eccentric residence of poet Gabriele D’Annunzio.
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Lombardia Ii
From the Po Valley to the Alps with its, lakes and art cities including Milan, Italy’s metropols. Castles and Abbeys point Lomellina with beautiful Vigevano. The journey continues along Pavia and its Certosa until Como and Garda Lake with world famous Vittoriale, eccentric residence of poet Gabriele D’Annunzio.
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Malaysia
Malaysia is a multicultural country of color, tradition and beliefs. It is a nation of tolerance and faith, of history and culture. And it is a destination of rich experiences from the urban sophistication of Kuala Lumpur to the raw beauty of the Borneo jungles. 
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Saskatchewan 2
Healing is all around us, all the time. Our best work is sometimes done when we least expect it. This is the thinking of Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona, a trained medical doctor who also uses traditional aboriginal wisdom as part of his healing practice. Sit with Dr. Mehl-Madrona as he shares his history, healing insights, and shining pearls of wisdom about living healthy and happy.
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Wales
The botanists of the Welsh National Botanical Gardens understand the important role plants have played with the healings arts. Saying "No plants, no humans", reminds us of the urgency of having a solid conservation program. The botanists are inspired by the lore of ancient Welsh folk remedies and use modern understanding of healing compounds in plants from all over the world, some extremely rare. Meet the botanists of the gardens to learn of the lore and history that inspires them, the plants they are working to preserve, and the nature of the work they do to protect and preserve healing plants from all over the world.
DOCUBOX HD PÁTEK 22.12.
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Imagine a civilization where there is no marriage, free love, where men do little work, don’t inherit property and where women head families and hold the economy! Enter the Women’s Kingdom of the Mosuos in China and follow an unusual love story in the world's last matriarchal society.
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In Central Asia
There are a number of countries that given the situation, both geographically and geopolitically serve as an ideological frontier between different civilizations. All of them form a part of Islam.
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Thanks to a group of incredible, specially-trained dogs, deadly land-mines buried just below the ground in Afghanistan are being ‘sniffed out’. In a life tainted by terror, destruction and death, these canines are gaining respect, and winning affection, for their heroic role as land-mine detectors. After 15 months of intensive training, these fully-fledged mine detection dogs will be working under extreme conditions, day after day, six days a week, to rid Afghanistan’s streets, fields and villages of landmines. With around 10 million mines still buried, these dogs and their handlers will be waging their own war against this unseen enemy for at least another seven years. Is it any wonder that in the world of working dogs, these ‘Dogs of Peace’ are the elite? Along with their ability to detect land-mines, these dogs are also giving hope to Afghan adults and children alike: the hope that without the fear of being killed or maimed, children can play and go to school safely; the hope that adults can shop and go about their daily lives; and the hope that countless refugees can return to their homeland, no longer living in fear of these insidious weapons. Join Heather Mills McCartney as she tells us about the ‘Dogs of Peace’ and the role they play in making this dangerous world a safer place.
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Accompanied by her witty and charming 16-year-old brother, Jake, award-winning animal lover and 10-year-old host, Olivia Todd, visits a wide range of animal experts and specialists to uncover amazing facts about these animals. The dynamic duo go from dolphin centres to wildlife parks to celebrity pet owners, meeting some fascinating people who utilise their passion for animals in their chosen careers. With an existing audience being 60% adults followed closely by 12-17 year olds, the the target market audience is families. Additionally, as an avid supporter of the RSPCA, Olivia will present information about adoption and fostering programmes in an effort to raise awareness of animal cruelty and neglect with her ultimate goal to be able to reduce the number of incidents. Furthermore, the show aims to communicate messages about animal welfare and conservation in an attempt to educate the public about endangered species around the world.
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Accompanied by her witty and charming 16-year-old brother, Jake, award-winning animal lover and 10-year-old host, Olivia Todd, visits a wide range of animal experts and specialists to uncover amazing facts about these animals. The dynamic duo go from dolphin centres to wildlife parks to celebrity pet owners, meeting some fascinating people who utilise their passion for animals in their chosen careers. With an existing audience being 60% adults followed closely by 12-17 year olds, the the target market audience is families. Additionally, as an avid supporter of the RSPCA, Olivia will present information about adoption and fostering programmes in an effort to raise awareness of animal cruelty and neglect with her ultimate goal to be able to reduce the number of incidents. Furthermore, the show aims to communicate messages about animal welfare and conservation in an attempt to educate the public about endangered species around the world.
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Dr. Dario
In Australia Dr Dario takes on a herd of pregnant cows and takes his student through the steps of dealing with the rather smelly procedure, while in the UK animal helper Roger Palmer introduces his unusual group of pets – 5 great wolves, a species that has been extinct from the British countryside for 200 years. Ever wanted to take a pet on holiday , this week’s How To has a plan and in animal world, Borneo’s organatans face a brighter future because of a rehabilitation centre in the middle of the jungle.
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London's Cat Overpopulation
In the UK, Animal Doctor Justine Braun performs routine but extremely delicate operations on two cats and tells us why these procedures are so important , while in Australia an unusual Animal Helper is teaching self-defence to small marsupials. How to looks at the skills needed to groom a horse, and Animal World travels to Indonesia to track down a giant, ancient, man eater – the fearsome komodo dragon.
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For nearly 40 years, Jean-Bernard Galv?s dives with sharks in the islands of the southwest Indian Ocean. For a long time, it was a sharks' fisherman, but today he is worried about their future. In recent years, sailing aboard his boat, he is the helpless witness of the massacre against them to power the fin trade. After Juan de Nova, one of the Scattered Islands in the French archipelago in the middle of the Mozambique Channel, where sharks are protected, the film takes us to Reunion, South Africa, Seychelles and on the west coast of Madagascar where shark populations are decimated by an intensive local fishing.
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Italy-Rome 1
This four-part episode features Rome, the Eternal City, where the old meets new in the capital of art, of literature, of  architecture, and of Catholicism.
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Italy-Rome 2
This four-part episode features Rome, the Eternal City, where the old meets new in the capital of art, of literature, of  architecture, and of Catholicism.
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Accompanied by her witty and charming 16-year-old brother, Jake, award-winning animal lover and 10-year-old host, Olivia Todd, visits a wide range of animal experts and specialists to uncover amazing facts about these animals. The dynamic duo go from dolphin centres to wildlife parks to celebrity pet owners, meeting some fascinating people who utilise their passion for animals in their chosen careers. With an existing audience being 60% adults followed closely by 12-17 year olds, the the target market audience is families. Additionally, as an avid supporter of the RSPCA, Olivia will present information about adoption and fostering programmes in an effort to raise awareness of animal cruelty and neglect with her ultimate goal to be able to reduce the number of incidents. Furthermore, the show aims to communicate messages about animal welfare and conservation in an attempt to educate the public about endangered species around the world.
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Accompanied by her witty and charming 16-year-old brother, Jake, award-winning animal lover and 10-year-old host, Olivia Todd, visits a wide range of animal experts and specialists to uncover amazing facts about these animals. The dynamic duo go from dolphin centres to wildlife parks to celebrity pet owners, meeting some fascinating people who utilise their passion for animals in their chosen careers. With an existing audience being 60% adults followed closely by 12-17 year olds, the the target market audience is families. Additionally, as an avid supporter of the RSPCA, Olivia will present information about adoption and fostering programmes in an effort to raise awareness of animal cruelty and neglect with her ultimate goal to be able to reduce the number of incidents. Furthermore, the show aims to communicate messages about animal welfare and conservation in an attempt to educate the public about endangered species around the world.
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Plugger The Horse
Animal Allies is a feel-good international TV series exploring the wonderful relationships between humans and animals around the world. Filmed in a variety of exotic and urban locations - including the UK, Russia, Australia and Asia - this series follows all kinds of animal lovers from top vets to everyday pet owners.
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Lack Of Vitamin A In Lions
Animal Allies is a feel-good international TV series exploring the wonderful relationships between humans and animals around the world. Filmed in a variety of exotic and urban locations - including the UK, Russia, Australia and Asia - this series follows all kinds of animal lovers from top vets to everyday pet owners.
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Tough Enough, is the name of the 400 meter route in the Tsaranoro Valley in Madagascar. Laurent Triay went with the team and filmed the climbers on the trip. The film traces their great adventure and shows the life of the people of Madagascar and its amazing landscape.
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Italy-Rome 3
This four-part episode features Rome, the Eternal City, where the old meets new in the capital of art, of literature, of  architecture, and of Catholicism.
15:30
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Italy-Rome 4
This four-part episode features Rome, the Eternal City, where the old meets new in the capital of art, of literature, of  architecture, and of Catholicism.
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Thanks to a group of incredible, specially-trained dogs, deadly land-mines buried just below the ground in Afghanistan are being ‘sniffed out’. In a life tainted by terror, destruction and death, these canines are gaining respect, and winning affection, for their heroic role as land-mine detectors. After 15 months of intensive training, these fully-fledged mine detection dogs will be working under extreme conditions, day after day, six days a week, to rid Afghanistan’s streets, fields and villages of landmines. With around 10 million mines still buried, these dogs and their handlers will be waging their own war against this unseen enemy for at least another seven years. Is it any wonder that in the world of working dogs, these ‘Dogs of Peace’ are the elite? Along with their ability to detect land-mines, these dogs are also giving hope to Afghan adults and children alike: the hope that without the fear of being killed or maimed, children can play and go to school safely; the hope that adults can shop and go about their daily lives; and the hope that countless refugees can return to their homeland, no longer living in fear of these insidious weapons. Join Heather Mills McCartney as she tells us about the ‘Dogs of Peace’ and the role they play in making this dangerous world a safer place.
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Las Vegas
Passport to Explore is an internationallysyndicated half hour educational travel ad-venture series designed for 13-16 year olds.Syndicated on stations around the world,our mission is to travel the globe in searchof exciting and adventure-filled places toshow you, and learn a little something inthe process as well
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Los Angeles
Passport to Explore is an internationallysyndicated half hour educational travel ad-venture series designed for 13-16 year olds.Syndicated on stations around the world,our mission is to travel the globe in searchof exciting and adventure-filled places toshow you, and learn a little something inthe process as well
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Accompanied by her witty and charming 16-year-old brother, Jake, award-winning animal lover and 10-year-old host, Olivia Todd, visits a wide range of animal experts and specialists to uncover amazing facts about these animals. The dynamic duo go from dolphin centres to wildlife parks to celebrity pet owners, meeting some fascinating people who utilise their passion for animals in their chosen careers. With an existing audience being 60% adults followed closely by 12-17 year olds, the the target market audience is families. Additionally, as an avid supporter of the RSPCA, Olivia will present information about adoption and fostering programmes in an effort to raise awareness of animal cruelty and neglect with her ultimate goal to be able to reduce the number of incidents. Furthermore, the show aims to communicate messages about animal welfare and conservation in an attempt to educate the public about endangered species around the world.
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Accompanied by her witty and charming 16-year-old brother, Jake, award-winning animal lover and 10-year-old host, Olivia Todd, visits a wide range of animal experts and specialists to uncover amazing facts about these animals. The dynamic duo go from dolphin centres to wildlife parks to celebrity pet owners, meeting some fascinating people who utilise their passion for animals in their chosen careers. With an existing audience being 60% adults followed closely by 12-17 year olds, the the target market audience is families. Additionally, as an avid supporter of the RSPCA, Olivia will present information about adoption and fostering programmes in an effort to raise awareness of animal cruelty and neglect with her ultimate goal to be able to reduce the number of incidents. Furthermore, the show aims to communicate messages about animal welfare and conservation in an attempt to educate the public about endangered species around the world.
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Nepal
Nepal is bordered by China to the North, and India to the South. So it may come as no surprise that the Nepalese have taken dishes from surrounding regions and made them their own. Chicken dumplings served with a spicy sauce – Momo Kukhura – is a traditional snack food in Nepal, and we show you how to make it.
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Japan
Japan is considered a unique culture as it has resisted influence from outside, preferring to stick to its own traditions. Nowhere is this more evident than in their cuisine. We show you how to prepare two Japanese and Western favourites – Sushi and Tempura.
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Sons Of God
Religions and particularly the science-religion dichotomy.
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Portland
Passport to Explore is an internationallysyndicated half hour educational travel adventure series designed for 13-16 year olds.Syndicated on stations around the world,our mission is to travel the globe in searchof exciting and adventure-filled places toshow you, and learn a little something inthe process as well.
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San Diego
Passport to Explore is an internationallysyndicated half hour educational travel adventure series designed for 13-16 year olds.Syndicated on stations around the world,our mission is to travel the globe in searchof exciting and adventure-filled places toshow you, and learn a little something inthe process as well.
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Ushuaia Graveyard
Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world, in the begginings was a small village that increased gradually its population due to immigration, with currently two landmarks: the jail and the graveyard. A journey through two graveyards full of stories, lead us to meet a local well know person: Cayetano Santos Godino.
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Rosario's Graveyard
This is the story of the Rosario’s graveyard. An important coastal city in the province of Santa Fe, in Argentina. A graveyard full of art, sculptures, architecture and many other stories always related with the daily life of families. The division between two worlds: the living and the dead. A tour around the graveyard and its iconography.
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Greece
Food is very important to the Greeks, and not just because it?s a necessity of life. It brings family and friends together over the dinner table. Greek food is subtle, not known for its over-abundance of spicy dishes. Bay leaves are used to flavour meat, fish and soups, and oregano is popular in tomato-based sauces. Some of Greece?s most common and traditional dishes include seafood such as prawns (for prawn saginaki), calamari, sardines and octopus. Onions and garlic are the backbone of Greek cooking, and are prevalent throughout their dishes, dips and sauces. We show you how to make a traditional moussaka; as well as a classic Grecian dessert – kataifi.
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Mexico
Home to more than a hundred million people, the South American country of Mexico is famous for many things, including its spicy cooking. Corn, beans, chilli, tomatoes, avocadoes and coriander feature heavily in their cuisine, as well as marjoram and oregano, black pepper, garlic and onion. Chocolate is part and parcel of Mexican sweets, as well as caramel and vanilla in the traditional flan. But Mexico is probably most well known for its burritos, enchiladas, tacos and fajitas, which all share one thing in common – they?re wrapped in tortilla; either hard, as in tacos, or soft, as in burritos.
DOCUBOX HD PÁTEK 22.12.
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In Norway, a special police force has been created to regulate conflicts among breeders.
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Seattle
Passport to Explore is an internationallysyndicated half hour educational travel adventure series designed for 13-16 year olds.Syndicated on stations around the world,our mission is to travel the globe in searchof exciting and adventure-filled places toshow you, and learn a little something inthe process as well.
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South Carolina
Passport to Explore is an internationallysyndicated half hour educational travel adventure series designed for 13-16 year olds.Syndicated on stations around the world,our mission is to travel the globe in searchof exciting and adventure-filled places toshow you, and learn a little something inthe process as well.
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Accompanied by her witty and charming 16-year-old brother, Jake, award-winning animal lover and 10-year-old host, Olivia Todd, visits a wide range of animal experts and specialists to uncover amazing facts about these animals. The dynamic duo go from dolphin centres to wildlife parks to celebrity pet owners, meeting some fascinating people who utilise their passion for animals in their chosen careers. With an existing audience being 60% adults followed closely by 12-17 year olds, the the target market audience is families. Additionally, as an avid supporter of the RSPCA, Olivia will present information about adoption and fostering programmes in an effort to raise awareness of animal cruelty and neglect with her ultimate goal to be able to reduce the number of incidents. Furthermore, the show aims to communicate messages about animal welfare and conservation in an attempt to educate the public about endangered species around the world.
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Accompanied by her witty and charming 16-year-old brother, Jake, award-winning animal lover and 10-year-old host, Olivia Todd, visits a wide range of animal experts and specialists to uncover amazing facts about these animals. The dynamic duo go from dolphin centres to wildlife parks to celebrity pet owners, meeting some fascinating people who utilise their passion for animals in their chosen careers. With an existing audience being 60% adults followed closely by 12-17 year olds, the the target market audience is families. Additionally, as an avid supporter of the RSPCA, Olivia will present information about adoption and fostering programmes in an effort to raise awareness of animal cruelty and neglect with her ultimate goal to be able to reduce the number of incidents. Furthermore, the show aims to communicate messages about animal welfare and conservation in an attempt to educate the public about endangered species around the world.
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Sudan
The local cuisine of Sudan has evolved due to the influence of neighbouring countries Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya and Chad, as well as several other African nations. Popular ingredients in Sudanese cooking are: sesame seeds, nuts, rice, meat and fish. It is customary in Sudan to offer generous hospitality, which often comes in the form of banquets, involving large quantities of foods such as meat dishes, salads, and dessert pastries. Ochre and broad beans are two vegetables that prove hardy in Sudan?s climate and are used in a wide range of traditional dishes.
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China
Flavours differ from one end of China to the other, with the North using a lot of oil in their cooking to keep it warm, due to the climate, and the south favouring a more natural palate with less spice. XO sauce is a staple condiment in China, as it can be stored for a long period of time and is very versatile (it can be used to flavour both meat and seafood dishes). We demonstrate how to make this traditional sauce, as well as shallot cakes, and salt and pepper eggplant.
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Discover the world of bears and experience a fascinating encounter with one of nature's most inspiring and misunderstood creatures. From a past steeped in mythology to a future shrouded in uncertainty, this film contains stunning footage of these enterprising omnivores in the full glory of their caried natural habitats.
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Wildlife Warriors
In the European country of Denmark, a strange partnership is being forged, a most unusual alliance which may herald an international movement to help save wildlife. The Danes believe they have the answer, and now the huge tracts of land previously reserved purely for military training – the business of death – have acquired a new purpose – protection of life – the Nation’s wildlife species. Join us on an action-packed trip to Denmark to see the army in action – on the defence and protecting the environment. As we are introduced to the Danish Military Environmental Protection Schemes, we can see how much protection has gone into the environment, and how much this has saved important Danish endangered species.
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Jordan is the 4th dryest country in the world. The lack of water has been a recurrent issue in this region. But the climate change has lead to a dramatic situation with a water deficit estimated to over 500 million m3 a year. The Kingdom has taken drastic measures to fight back: 90% of the rain is collected and the government has a strict water distribution program.These solutions are sadly not enough, as the Jordan population grows at a 3% rate a year and has seen half a million Iraqi refugees settle in this region.
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The Mariachi. A journey through the history and present of the musical symbol of Mexico. Following the Mariachi's footsteps through the hot region of Jalisco, anthropologist Jesús Jauregui delves into its history, and gathers the testimony of both modern and traditional musicians, interpreters of the sentiments of their people.
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Director Marianne Chaud lived for many months amongst the nomads of the high plateaux of the Himalayas, using her camera to capture their words and gestures and creating unusually intimate portraits for the viewer. At an altitude close to 4,500 metres, they live in one of the highest areas on the planet. There is the group’s philosopher Tundup, with his mighty laugh, desolate at the thought of having to soon abandon his lands. Kenrap, his son, dreams of a better life and, against his father’s wishes, plans to leave for the city. The choice is hard: where will they be happiest?
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Imagine a civilization where there is no marriage, free love, where men do little work, don’t inherit property and where women head families and hold the economy! Enter the Women’s Kingdom of the Mosuos in China and follow an unusual love story in the world's last matriarchal society.
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Par? is the 2nd biggest State in Brazil. It is also the most exposed to climatic changes flirting with both extremes: long-time dryness followed by violent floods all year long. As a result many inhabitants move to the Amazon river banks, making the agriculture and farming more and more difficult.
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The Brazilian state of Amazonas, a vast territory bordering Brazil, concentrate the beauty of the Amazon and an Eldorado for many travelers.
DOCUBOX HD STŘEDA 20.12.
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For years, artists Cory Trepanier has explored some of the wildest places in the North. Few have walked in these landscapes and even fewer have captures them on canvas. Now he’s going further, into remote lands that are more challenging and more dangero.
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Ghostly Creatures
Throughout history, humanity has been troubled by ghostly apparitions. Castles are said to be haunted for eternity by the souls of their original inhabitants. But are there such things as ghostly animals? When animals die can they too come back to haunt us?
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In the Alps, the climatic change effects are 3 times higher than the world average. Moreover, it appears in densely inhabited territories. Since 2003, climate warming turned alarming. The changes in the weather (more rain and less snow) are leading to natural risks as avalanche, floods, and collapses… The local inhabitants have to adapt their way of lives… but also the European people who depend on the water coming out of the glaciers.
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India
This is furious that India Christophe Cousin came to see. India and the Indian movement. The road in India is like life: turbulent and unpredictable, the difference loan she never stops. We still count 80 million nomads in a country that joined too fast standards of achievement and progress. Christophe Cousin of the journey begins in the middle of madness, the heart of the Kumba Mela - literally "the feast of pitchers' largest religious gathering in the world. This year, the focal point is Haridwa, one of the seven sacred cities of Hinduism. Christophe joined the naga babas, the sadhus traveling naked to show their detachment in the world. Each comes with its reasons, in search of truth, immerse themselves in the waters of the Ganges to celebrate Ganesh and the 330 million gods that count the country. Of meeting in meetings, Christophe finally traced the Rabaris - nomads that were thought to have disappeared. Men and their camel caravans and sheep. And traveling eight months of the year, without staying more than two days in one place. Pastors and their ducks in transhumance, the Gurubusters - disbelievers taking as demigods and from village to village to convince people that the gods never existed ... These are stories waiting Christophe on the road to his journey that leads to the depths of nomadic India ...
DOCUBOX HD ČTVRTEK 21.12.
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For years, artists Cory Trepanier has explored some of the wildest places in the North. Few have walked in these landscapes and even fewer have captures them on canvas. Now he’s going further, into remote lands that are more challenging and more dangero.
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Climate Change
Multidisciplinary documentary series that reveals some of the particular weather conditions of the Chilean territory and its evolution over time ; how these influence the daily life, economy and worldview of our culture ; and the potential they offer for national progress and development of unconventional renewable energy .
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Climate change is no longer a theory. The effects of global warming on the earth are now clearly visible. Over the last few years, they have been having a profound effect on the day-to-day lives of many of the planet’s inhabitants.
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In 1985, had been released the documents about the nazis activities during the world War II in Mexico. But, what could be Hitler's interest in a country away from war? The answer that had remained hidden and generated legends, tries to be unveiled through this documentary that narrates and recreates Nazi activities in Mexico during World War II
DOCUBOX HD PÁTEK 22.12.
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Saskatchewan 2
Healing is all around us, all the time. Our best work is sometimes done when we least expect it. This is the thinking of Dr. Lewis Mehl-Madrona, a trained medical doctor who also uses traditional aboriginal wisdom as part of his healing practice. Sit with Dr. Mehl-Madrona as he shares his history, healing insights, and shining pearls of wisdom about living healthy and happy.
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Peru
Deep in the Andes once thrived the powerful empire of the Incas; well versed in the ways of traditional healings. These practices still survive today with Julia Varrana. She was born into a family of healers and felt the calling to become a healer, too, when her son took ill with liver cancer. She reconnected with the medicines of the earth and successfully cured him of his illness. Now she cares for the many people that have no access to modern medicine. Also, caring for his people is shaman Ruben Neira who explains that in his community there are few diseases because most of the time they are present connecting with mother earth. Join us as Ruben guides us through captivating traditional offering and healing ceremonies.
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Monsters Of The Deep
Many believe that huge unidentified monsters lurk in the world’s oceans and waterways. Do remnants of the dinosaur age still exist, and is this what people are seeing off the coast of Wales in Britain and in San Francisco Bay in the USA?
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Gerarda Moral?s is an Aymara Indian like half the population of Bolivia, and the president of a self-help charity network in the La region. Glaciers are the main source of water for the region but they are now melting at an alarming rate.
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Ireland
Ireland, a land of magic and legends, a tranquil destination for the one who goes away from a pub and a beer watching the rain fall. Christophe Cousin yet, it's a different Ireland awaits: the nomads. For Ireland still saw "the people walking" the travelers. One hypothesis says that the great famine of the mid 19th century pushed the farmers to take the road not to starve. They became nomads. But first, Christophe Cousin begins its journey in the company of a strange traveler Kevin. There are more than forty years ago, Kevin has decided to embrace the road following a disappointment in love. Together, they go to Lisdoonvarna, the city that sees land every year singles from all over Europe. Kevin went there to do his show. Further, Christophe found one of the last families in the country to travel in a caravan. They go three days later, markets for horse Ballinasloe, the annual gathering of the country travelers.
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A great highlight on the historical and architectural splendors of Mexico It illustrates the strong commitment of Mexico towards the protection and enhancement of their heritage Reconstructions in 3D computer graphics as well as aerial photography to better understand the names and organization of these magnificent sites: - The Teotihuacán civilization - The Aztec civilization - The Maya civilization - The Olmec civilization - The Tarasc civilization.
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Laetitia d'Arenberg belongs to the highest line of the global aristocracy. Installed in Uruguay since the early 50s, she was named Woman of the Year 2004 in this small country in South America. She passionately defends the cause of the lowest of his countrymen. If the fight against trafficking of drugs or prison visits are at the heart of its concerns, she enjoys spending time in the Great Plains left, where she raises cattle and horses. His horse breeding also obtained remarkable results throughout South America. From Montevideo, the chic resort of Punta del Este and the Estancia Las Rosas, a documentary in the footsteps of a character eminently romantic life uncommon.
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The juicy political chronicles of Nicolas Sarkozy's reign as seen by the international media
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Laetitia d'Arenberg belongs to the highest line of the global aristocracy. Installed in Uruguay since the early 50s, she was named Woman of the Year 2004 in this small country in South America. She passionately defends the cause of the lowest of his countrymen. If the fight against trafficking of drugs or prison visits are at the heart of its concerns, she enjoys spending time in the Great Plains left, where she raises cattle and horses. His horse breeding also obtained remarkable results throughout South America. From Montevideo, the chic resort of Punta del Este and the Estancia Las Rosas, a documentary in the footsteps of a character eminently romantic life uncommon.
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How did the whole green ecological phenomenon really start? Which are its main milestones? The film documents how environmental disasters have played a major role in shaping ecological awareness worldwide, by showing ten significant disasters, whose impact is still strong to this day: the London smog, the mercury poisoning of Minamata bay in Japan, the explosion of a reactor at Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, etc.
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India
This is furious that India Christophe Cousin came to see. India and the Indian movement. The road in India is like life: turbulent and unpredictable, the difference loan she never stops. We still count 80 million nomads in a country that joined too fast standards of achievement and progress. Christophe Cousin of the journey begins in the middle of madness, the heart of the Kumba Mela - literally "the feast of pitchers' largest religious gathering in the world. This year, the focal point is Haridwa, one of the seven sacred cities of Hinduism. Christophe joined the naga babas, the sadhus traveling naked to show their detachment in the world. Each comes with its reasons, in search of truth, immerse themselves in the waters of the Ganges to celebrate Ganesh and the 330 million gods that count the country. Of meeting in meetings, Christophe finally traced the Rabaris - nomads that were thought to have disappeared. Men and their camel caravans and sheep. And traveling eight months of the year, without staying more than two days in one place. Pastors and their ducks in transhumance, the Gurubusters - disbelievers taking as demigods and from village to village to convince people that the gods never existed ... These are stories waiting Christophe on the road to his journey that leads to the depths of nomadic India ...
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Birmanie
Let yourself be taken away to the heart of Russia, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, Mexico or the United States, and discover along the tracks, colourful passengers, wonderful sceneries, dreamlike civilisations, adventure and history. As the journey unfolds, we become more and more out of touch with time. Turkey, Egypt, Equador, Thailand, Mexico, Vietnam, Kenya, Japan, India, Congo, Australia, the Trans-Siberian, U.S.A., Canada, Scandinavia, Birmania, Morocco, the Incas land, Indonesia, Sicily, Italy, Brazil, Southern India, Ethiopia. Episodes presented : Thailand
DOCUBOX HD STŘEDA 20.12.
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Discover three dimensions of the Egyptian history: the Old Kingdom – the golden age of the Pharaonic civilization, the end of ancient Egypt with the site of Balat, and the arrival of Arab Muslims in Egypt and the foundation of the city Cairo in its current contours.
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In 1985, had been released the documents about the nazis activities during the world War II in Mexico. But, what could be Hitler's interest in a country away from war? The answer that had remained hidden and generated legends, tries to be unveiled through this documentary that narrates and recreates Nazi activities in Mexico during World War II
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Imagine a civilization where there is no marriage, free love, where men do little work, don’t inherit property and where women head families and hold the economy! Enter the Women’s Kingdom of the Mosuos in China and follow an unusual love story in the world's last matriarchal society.
DOCUBOX HD ČTVRTEK 21.12.
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The Mariachi. A journey through the history and present of the musical symbol of Mexico. Following the Mariachi's footsteps through the hot region of Jalisco, anthropologist Jesús Jauregui delves into its history, and gathers the testimony of both modern and traditional musicians, interpreters of the sentiments of their people.
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Ghostly Creatures
Throughout history, humanity has been troubled by ghostly apparitions. Castles are said to be haunted for eternity by the souls of their original inhabitants. But are there such things as ghostly animals? When animals die can they too come back to haunt us?
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Kenrap is eight years old. He is a Buddhist monk and lives in the Phukthal monastery on the peaks of the Himalayan mountains of Zanskar. Kenrap chose his life away from his family: when he was five, he remembered he was the reincarnation of a 68 year-old monk, and then decided to return to the monastery where he belonged. Filmed from the point of view of a subjective camera by a young ethnologist, Path to the Sky follows this attaching little monk with whom we share moments of intimacy, and gives us a rare glance at Buddhist monastic life.
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Usa
Let yourself be taken away to the heart of Russia, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, Mexico or the United States, and discover along the tracks, colourful passengers, wonderful sceneries, dreamlike civilisations, adventure and history. As the journey unfolds, we become more and more out of touch with time. Turkey, Egypt, Equador, Thailand, Mexico, Vietnam, Kenya, Japan, India, Congo, Australia, the Trans-Siberian, U.S.A., Canada, Scandinavia, Birmania, Morocco, the Incas land, Indonesia, Sicily, Italy, Brazil, Southern India, Ethiopia.
DOCUBOX HD PÁTEK 22.12.
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Discover three dimensions of the Egyptian history: the Old Kingdom – the golden age of the Pharaonic civilization, the end of ancient Egypt with the site of Balat, and the arrival of Arab Muslims in Egypt and the foundation of the city Cairo in its current contours.
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South Africa
Explore the rich ecosystem of Africa’s southern tip. From seals to kelp and box jelly fish to hug sea fans -immerse yourself in this underwater haven.
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Berlusconi owes his meteoric rise to his relations with the P2 Freemasons Lodge. The Directors of the film met with Licio Gelli, the founder of the Masonic lodge, which has now been now banned. They want to know how far Berlusconi wants to go towards the scenario thought up by the Lodge, of an authoritarian State.
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Kenrap is eight years old. He is a Buddhist monk and lives in the Phukthal monastery on the peaks of the Himalayan mountains of Zanskar. Kenrap chose his life away from his family: when he was five, he remembered he was the reincarnation of a 68 year-old monk, and then decided to return to the monastery where he belonged. Filmed from the point of view of a subjective camera by a young ethnologist, Path to the Sky follows this attaching little monk with whom we share moments of intimacy, and gives us a rare glance at Buddhist monastic life.
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Astrology
Its origin, the market it generates and the psychological mechanisms that play their part in superstitious thinking.
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History And Present
The Mexican People is an exceptional documentary series. A powerful journey inside Mexico, from its origins until today. An inside view of a complex society through different themes: its arts, culture, environment, future and many more. Each program can be broadcasted independently and was made by a team of specialists in order to have the most profound view of The Mexican People.
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The Formation Of Mixed People: History And Current
The Mexican People is an exceptional documentary series. A powerful journey inside Mexico, from its origins until today. An inside view of a complex society through different themes: its arts, culture, environment, future and many more. Each program can be broadcasted independently and was made by a team of specialists in order to have the most profound view of The Mexican People.
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In 1984, off Israel’s Mediterranean coast, marine archaeologist Ehud Galili discovered an ancient settlement that had been submerged for millennia.
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Wallis Et Futuna
In his search of insular spirit, Christian Karembeu approaches the shores of Wallis and Futuna. Two stone islands, isolated in the vastness of the Southern Pacific, like two sister islands, called the " lost children of Pacific".  Two worlds clash there: an immutable past and galloping modernity,  old custom chiefs and a youth in the search of itself.
DOCUBOX HD STŘEDA 20.12.
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Tough Enough, is the name of the 400 meter route in the Tsaranoro Valley in Madagascar. Laurent Triay went with the team and filmed the climbers on the trip. The film traces their great adventure and shows the life of the people of Madagascar and its amazing landscape.
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Occult Sciences
We will attempt to decipher "the mysteries of the occult": the powers of the mind, contact with the dead and being possessed by demons.
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Geography And Demography
The Mexican People is an exceptional documentary series. A powerful journey inside Mexico, from its origins until today. An inside view of a complex society through different themes: its arts, culture, environment, future and many more. Each program can be broadcasted independently and was made by a team of specialists in order to have the most profound view of The Mexican People.
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Culture And Identity In The Global Age
The Mexican People is an exceptional documentary series. A powerful journey inside Mexico, from its origins until today. An inside view of a complex society through different themes: its arts, culture, environment, future and many more. Each program can be broadcasted independently and was made by a team of specialists in order to have the most profound view of The Mexican People.
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How did the whole green ecological phenomenon really start? Which are its main milestones? The film documents how environmental disasters have played a major role in shaping ecological awareness worldwide, by showing ten significant disasters, whose impact is still strong to this day: the London smog, the mercury poisoning of Minamata bay in Japan, the explosion of a reactor at Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, etc.
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In Nepal, honey-hunters risk their lives on top of 100-meter towering cliffs, looking for the precious liquid. Moti will climb for the first time. Will he be able to do it?
DOCUBOX HD ČTVRTEK 21.12.
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In Tibet, many peaks are paved with legends and fire the imagination of millions of people. There is one, unique in the world, that is considered sacred by both Hinduists and Buddhists: the Mount Kailash. This massive rock attracts each year pilgrims in search of beauty and absolute.
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Tough Enough, is the name of the 400 meter route in the Tsaranoro Valley in Madagascar. Laurent Triay went with the team and filmed the climbers on the trip. The film traces their great adventure and shows the life of the people of Madagascar and its amazing landscape.
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The Mexican Art
The Mexican People is an exceptional documentary series. A powerful journey inside Mexico, from its origins until today. An inside view of a complex society through different themes: its arts, culture, environment, future and many more. Each program can be broadcasted independently and was made by a team of specialists in order to have the most profound view of The Mexican People.
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Science And Technology
The Mexican People is an exceptional documentary series. A powerful journey inside Mexico, from its origins until today. An inside view of a complex society through different themes: its arts, culture, environment, future and many more. Each program can be broadcasted independently and was made by a team of specialists in order to have the most profound view of The Mexican People.
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Each year, groups of Tibetan children secretly flee their homeland over the Himalayas to reach schools in India founded by the government in exile. Entrusted to smugglers, they are risking their lives by illegally crossing the great Himalayan range, a towering rampart between Tibet and India.
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In 1984, off Israel’s Mediterranean coast, marine archaeologist Ehud Galili discovered an ancient settlement that had been submerged for millennia.
DOCUBOX HD PÁTEK 22.12.
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In 1984, off Israel’s Mediterranean coast, marine archaeologist Ehud Galili discovered an ancient settlement that had been submerged for millennia.
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Miracle Products
"Miracle products", whose composition is based on false science. Even major industries have a hand in this resource. Specifically cosmetics have found a real gold mine in indiscriminate use of phrases that appear to be based on science.
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The Institutions
The Mexican People is an exceptional documentary series. A powerful journey inside Mexico, from its origins until today. An inside view of a complex society through different themes: its arts, culture, environment, future and many more. Each program can be broadcasted independently and was made by a team of specialists in order to have the most profound view of The Mexican People.
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The Challenges Of The Mexican People
The Mexican People is an exceptional documentary series. A powerful journey inside Mexico, from its origins until today. An inside view of a complex society through different themes: its arts, culture, environment, future and many more. Each program can be broadcasted independently and was made by a team of specialists in order to have the most profound view of The Mexican People.
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Kenrap is eight years old. He is a Buddhist monk and lives in the Phukthal monastery on the peaks of the Himalayan mountains of Zanskar. Kenrap chose his life away from his family: when he was five, he remembered he was the reincarnation of a 68 year-old monk, and then decided to return to the monastery where he belonged. Filmed from the point of view of a subjective camera by a young ethnologist, Path to the Sky follows this attaching little monk with whom we share moments of intimacy, and gives us a rare glance at Buddhist monastic life.
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Catherine Destivelle is one of the world's best climbers, famous for her record-breaking career. For the first time, she will take us on three spectacular climbs in the Alps. During the ascents, she will share with us the sense of freedom and passion that the mountains inspire and the pleasure of reaching the summits. Breathtaking and beautifully shot, the film unveils the magnificent Alpine environment and the immensity of the soaring rock faces. Through Destivelle's eyes, we will have the opportunity to see the mountain as never before and will feel like we are climbing up with her.
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Through 10 stories over 4 seasons, we discover with diver Serge Dumont an unknown and splendid world: the subaquatic world of the Rhine and its tributaries… Yet he wonders how long he will still be able to film this sensitive Eden…
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How did the whole green ecological phenomenon really start? Which are its main milestones? The film documents how environmental disasters have played a major role in shaping ecological awareness worldwide, by showing ten significant disasters, whose impact is still strong to this day: the London smog, the mercury poisoning of Minamata bay in Japan, the explosion of a reactor at Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, etc.
02:00
DOK
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In 1984, off Israel’s Mediterranean coast, marine archaeologist Ehud Galili discovered an ancient settlement that had been submerged for millennia.
03:00
DOK
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Tough Enough, is the name of the 400 meter route in the Tsaranoro Valley in Madagascar. Laurent Triay went with the team and filmed the climbers on the trip. The film traces their great adventure and shows the life of the people of Madagascar and its amazing landscape.
04:00
DOK
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In Tibet, many peaks are paved with legends and fire the imagination of millions of people. There is one, unique in the world, that is considered sacred by both Hinduists and Buddhists: the Mount Kailash. This massive rock attracts each year pilgrims in search of beauty and absolute.