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From executive producers and Academy Award Winners Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, National Geographic’s ﬁrst-ever scripted series Genius, offers an extraordinary look into the life of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein.
Academy Award Winner Geoffrey Rush stars as the rebellious daydreamer who went on to become the greatest scientiﬁc mind of the 20th century. Beyond his ground breaking theories of relativity, you’ll witness Einstein’s struggles to be a good husband and father— and a man of principle during a time of global unrest.
With Johnny Flynn as young Albert and Emily Watson as his second wife, Elsa, Genius takes you on an unprecedented, 10-episode journey of discovery guided by Einstein’s wit, wisdom and insatiable thirst for knowledge.
Soul Of The Cat, a most unusual break away film for the joubert’s, compares our domestic tabby to lions, cheetahs and leopards, a unique insight and understanding into all cats: these natural born killers, of all sizes.
All eight episodes from the second season of the National Geographic documentary that follows celebrities as they look at the effects that global warming is having on the natural world. This season sees actor Jack Black travel to Miami to investigate how coastal areas are equipped to cope with the rising sea levels caused by climate change, Joshua Jackson looks at the impact of ocean warming on coral reefs, and Ty Burrell examines the development of electric vehicles. The episodes are: 'A Race Against Time', 'Gathering Storm', 'The Uprooted', 'Fueling the Fire', 'Collapse of the Oceans', 'Priceless', 'Safe Passage' and 'Uprising'.
National Geographic documentary looking at the life and evolution of humankind. With input from renowned conservationist Dr. M. Sanjayan, this documentary examines how humans live together as a species and how we interact with the animal kingdom.
For nearly 200 million years while dinosaurs roamed the Earth, the seas teemed with some of the most awe-inspiring ocean creatures of all time. Sea Monsters, a National Geographic Giant Screen film, is an entertaining journey into prehistoric oceans. Inter-cutting between the animated story and the reenactments of fossil discoveries combine the appeal of Indiana Jones with the CGI that brings these prehistoric monsters to life. Perfect for the whole family.
Factories that produce goods for a variety of brands--including Budweiser and Harley-Davidson--are featured on this program.
Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez, probably the greatest painter of the seventeenth century, is an artist who continues to fascinate audiences all over the world. A major figure in European art, he was born in Seville in 1599 - possibly to a noble family - and was trained by Francisco Pacheco, whose daughter he married in 1618. After leaving the studio of his father-in-law for Madrid and the court of Philip IV, Velazquez's technique began to evolve from works such as the tightly painted "Don Luis de Gongora y Argote" (Museum of Fine Art, Boston) to more loosely developed mature masterpieces such as "The Rokeby Venus" in the National Gallery, London. This beautiful book introduces Velazquez and his mileu, and traces the artist's development from the earliest Sevillian bodegones to his late mythological pictures, and the great series of royal portraits. It also addresses the impact of Italian art on his painting.
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