A Canadian-produced look at Remembrance Day – its history, its stories, its meaning and its symbols. Using both archival and modern-day footage, this program provides young students with a...[Lire la suite]
What would happen if, by waving a magic wand, all the germs disappeared from our planet? It would of course be the end of many health problems: no more Ebola, malaria or tuberculosis, no more AIDS,...[Lire la suite]
Faced with direct and indirect pressures from humanity, what will future forests look like? How much do we need them, and what would a world without forests look like? Human activity has had an...[Lire la suite]
Relying on satellites has become an integral part of our daily life and economy. Their use has now become ubiquitous, but nevertheless, they remain fragile and vulnerable. Indeed, at any time,...[Lire la suite]
Virus Ebola, H1N1, tuberculose, choléra, botulisme, listériose, paludisme, infections nosocomiales… Depuis des décennies, les virus, bactéries, et autres parasites font régulièrement...[Lire la suite]
Face aux pressions directes et indirectes exercées par l'Homme, quel sera le visage des forêts de demain? À quel point avons-nous besoin d'elles et à quoi ressemblerait un monde sans forêts...[Lire la suite]
Que ce soit dans notre vie quotidienne ou à travers nos économies, les services fournis par les satellites sont devenus omniprésents. Ils restent pour autant fragiles et vulnérables. En effet,...[Lire la suite]
The second most important religion on the planet – 80% of whose followers are not Arabs. Islam often collides with the values of the Western world. This episode recounts the context in which...[Lire la suite]
If you think you know everything about Christianity, this episode from Let's Talk About Religion will convince you otherwise. Christians – a good third of the world's population ...[Lire la suite]
Amazingly this religion is without a God. It was founded in India in the 6th century BC and some see it rather as a philosophy of life than a religion . Practiced by less than 10% of the world...[Lire la suite]