List of All Programs

Alphabetical List of All Available Programs

Discovering Antarctica
(3 programs one DVD)

Antarctica is known as Earth’s last continent. Named by the ancient Greeks, circumnavigated by James Cook, and plundered by whalers, Antarctica remains unconquered. This DVD contains 3 programs presenting great explorations of Antarctica.
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Challenging Antarctica
(3 programs one DVD)

The challenge is real and it is dangerous. This DVD includes three programs that present the dangers and hardships experienced by the men and women who have personally witness one of the world’s most extreme and inhospitable regions.
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South Georgia – Legacy of Lust

Remote, lonely and raw beautiful – South Georgia is a mere island dot in the great southern ocean. Surrounded by the super-abundant waters of the Atlantic and the Antarctic seas, outstanding breeding colonies of seabirds and marine mammals thrive.
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Hell on Ice

Two explorers, Jay Watson and Peter Bland, attempt the ultimate South Pole adventure – crossing the Antarctic without sled dogs or mechanical help. They go to one of the most inhospitable places, prone to volatile weather and crevassed mountains
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Solid Water Liquid Rock – Antarctica

Ice and fire meet dramatically on the world’s most southern volcano – Antarctica’s Mount Erebus. This film is an adventurous journey from the base of the volcano 300m under the sea to inside the erupting crater 3500m above sea level.
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Antarctica and Southern Ocean DVD Collection

From the award winning document teams of Natural History New Zealand, this collection of four DVDs provides a rare look at Antarctica from a wide variety of angles. In “Whales” learn about how the Antarctic seas sanctuary helps protect the whale population and in “Hell on Ice” see two men attempt an unassisted crossing of the Antarctic Peninsula. In “Solid Water Liquid Rock” ice and fire meet dramatically on the world’s most southern volcano – Antarctica’s Mount Erebus and in “South Georgia – Legacy of Lust” we see an in depth story of the remote, lonely and raw island of South Georgia.

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