Chinese New Year 2022

Adults Culture History World
According to the Chinese zodiac, 2022 is the Year of the Tiger. It starts from February 1 and lasts until January 2, 2023. Those born in the Year of the Tiger are said to be brave, competitive, unpredictable and confident.

Protecting the Okavango Ecosystem | National Geographic

Adults Animals Life Nature
The Okavango Delta is one of the most diverse ecosystems on Earth. But threats of climate change and deforestation upstream are risking its delicate balance.

What’s in the Trunk? with Sir David Attenborough | The Green Planet | BBC Earth

Adults Education Life Nature
Don’t try this with your normal headphones, but you can actually listen to the inside of a tree! Listen and watch along as Sir David Attenborough discovers the amazing things going on inside our trunky friends.

Colonialism: Crash Course Geography #39

Adults Education Human World
Empire, imperialism, and colonialism are all interrelated tactics of geopolitics that are used to achieve similar goals of one state maintaining economic, political, or even cultural dominance over other territories.

Would you raise the bird that murdered your children? - Steve Rothstein

Adults Education Life Writing
Dig into the evolutionary strategy of brood parasitism, where one animal tricks another into rearing its young.

The tragic myth of the Sun God's son - Iseult Gillespie

Adults Books Media Writing
Dive into the Greek myth of Helios and Phaethon, where the Sun God allows his mortal son to drive his chariot for a day.

Why do cats have vertical pupils? - Emma Bryce

Adults Animals Biology Nature
Dive into the incredible diversity of animal pupils, and how the different shapes indicate the animal’s role in an ecosystem.

0:00 / 5:14 Orzo Pasta | Jamie Oliver

Adults Family Film Food
Back at it again with another beautiful recipe from my new book Together. This time I'm giving you one of the dishes from the 'elegant simplicity' chapter. Its a really delicate but flavoursome pasta salad, in the book I serve it up with a flat fish but really its a dish that totally stands up on its own. Give it a go guys, elegant and delicious!

How DUBAI Actually Controls its Weather

Adults Science Weather World
Wouldn't it be amazing to be able to control the weather? You could give yourself beautiful sunny days whenever you wanted or decide you needed some rain to help water crops for farmlands. Well in today's new video you will learn about the insane and fantastic way Dubai has taken control over the city's weather!

Sir David Attenborough Gives a Lesson on Seeds | The Green Planet | BC Earth

Adults Ecology Life Nature
Giant seeds, tiny seeds, floaty seeds and flying seeds. Sir David Attenborough gives us a quick biology lesson in all of them.

The Most Powerful Computers You've Never Heard Of

Adults History Science Technology
Analog computers were the most powerful computers for thousands of years, relegated to obscurity by the digital revolution.

Why is the Mona Lisa so famous? - Noah Charney

Adults Art History Human
Discover what factors helped Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” become the world’s most famous painting.

What Happens To Your Body When You Stop Drinking Alcohol

Adults Biology Health Human
Drinking alcohol is one of the most popular things to do across the globe. Some people spend their entire weekends sitting at the bar, but consuming alcohol on a daily or weekly basis can have extremely negative effects on the body.

What Holds a Country Together or Tears it Apart? Crash Course Geography #36

Adults History Human Politics
Today we’re going to talk about the forces that affect a country’s stability. We’ll take a closer look at Costa Rica, Venezuela, Cuba, and Brazil and examine how the cohesiveness of these Latin American countries varies dramatically even though they are in a region with similar characteristics.

Sand Dunes Shouldn’t Exist (Here’s Why They Do)

Adults Life Nature World
How can sand, blown by the wind, form such intricate and beautiful patterns as ripples and dunes? The answer is a surprising secret of self-organization.

Why The Shortest Day Of The Year Isn't The Coldest

Adults History Human World
The way we experience seasons don't necessarily line up with how they're technically defined - here's why.

Can you solve the human cannonball riddle? - Alex Rosenthal

Adults History Human Psychology
They call you the human cannonball. Your act involves flying through rings of fire, bouncing through a trampoline course, and catching the trapezist in the grand finale.

Protecting Rhinos In Kaziranga National Park

Adults Animals
From being a rhino poaching hub in the 1900s, Kaziranga National Park (KNP) in the north-east Indian state of Assam now boasts the single largest breeding population of the Indian rhinos.

The Creation Of The Universe | Universe | BBC Earth

Adults History Science Space
This is the story of creation, as told by science.

Times When Humanity ALMOST Ended

Adults History Human World
Humans have almost faced their extinction on several occasions, and today we're going to reveal the closest calls humanity has ever had!

How To Make Fool-Proof Beef Wellington

Adults Family Film Food
Ready to impress your family and friends? While it does take some patience, our foolproof Beef Wellington is guaranteed be a showstopper with it's tender melt-in-your-mouth interior and perfectly flaky latticed crust.