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Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2019

Netflix have made all 8 episodes of Our Planet available on YouTube whilst schools are closed! Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, our documentary series can be a brilliant educational resource for anyone wanting to learn about our incredible world.

2.
Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2011

Take a photographic journey thorough time from the violent birth of our planet four and a half billion years ago, through ice-ages, massive volcanic eruptions and the dinosaurs' reign to the first humans. For the first time, see the incredible story of our planet unfold in one single, seamless camera move.

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by Robert Sapolsky
Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2008

Over the last three decades, science has been advancing our understanding of stress—how it impacts our bodies and how our social standing can make us more or less susceptible.

4.
Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2003

Signs Out Of Time examines the life and work of world-renowned archaeologist Dr. Marija Gimbutas. Drawing from her extensive knowledge of mythology and linguistics, Lithuanian-born Gimbutas uncovered the life-affirming and goddess-worshipping civilizations of pre-historic "Old Europe."

5.
Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 1985

Dinosaur! is an American television documentary about dinosaurs. It was first broadcast in the United States on November 5, 1985, on CBS.

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Available on:
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Year Released:
 2008

Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11 Commander and first person to walk on the moon, guides us through the history of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration in the half-century since its establishment in 1958.

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Available on:
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Year Released:
 1988

Cane Toads: An Unnatural History (1988) is a 47-minute documentary film about the introduction of Cane Toads to Australia. Cane Toads were introduced to Australia with the aim of controlling a sugar cane pest, the cane beetle, but they over-multiplied and became a serious problem in the Australian ecosystem.

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by Jacques Cousteau
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Year Released:
 1964

In this Oscar-winning documentary, legendary oceanographer Jacques Cousteau explores Continental Shelf Station Two, an early-1960s attempt at underwater living located 10 meters below the surface of the Red Sea off the coast of Sudan.

9.
Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2011

It defines our lives, but what is time really? Have a look into its true nature.

10.
Available on:
Online Video
Year Released:
 2001

Despite overwhelming obstacles, life on Earth has evolved from the most humble of beginnings to a level of diversity that challenges human comprehension.

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