Claire's a nurse with a supervisor who is intent on making her miserable. On a rare night off, she gets trapped in an elevator with a charming man. The next day she is introduced to him again but he does not recognize her.
The Pteranodon family takes the Dinosaur Train to Adventure Island, a new theme park on a volcanic island! The Conductor’s archrival Thurston is in charge: he proudly shows off the park’s amazing robot dinosaurs! When an earthquake causes the pressure to get too high, the malfunctioning robots go rogue. It’s up to Buddy and his siblings to navigate across the island and reunite with their parents.
When L. Frank Baum published The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 1900, he was 44 years old and had spent much of his life in restless pursuit of his American dream. He continued to reinvent himself, reflecting a uniquely American brand of confidence, imagination and innovation. American Oz tells the remarkable story of the man behind one of the most enduring and classic American tales.
With some 40 species of shark calling Hawaii’s waters home, scientists are seeing new animal behavior around every corner. Hopping from island to island, uncover surprising moments of cooperation, rarely seen hunting tactics and striking insights into these predators. Meet the Whitetip reef shark, Whale shark, Tiger shark and more through the lens of remote sensor cameras and drone technology.
As the premiere modeling agency in Las Vegas, Excelsior Elite is where you find the hottest girls. Even the secretary Britnannie is a smoke-show! But being surrounded by beautiful people doing scandalous things all day is really starting to take a toll on her, so she recruits the aid of her nosy roommate, star model Erika Elainia to get her in on the real action.
A mighty leopardess rules over an area along Zambia’s Luangwa River. She has just given birth to two cubs and faces the challenging task of motherhood including feeding the cubs and defending her territory. In the process, one of the cubs is lost, but she forges on as a devoted mom to her other blue-eyed cub. When he succeeds in hunting his own prey, she must part ways with her son.
This is an unprecedented undercover investigation into one of the world’s most repressive regimes. Exclusive secret footage and testimony shed new light on shocking allegations of torture, arbitrary detention and indefinite forced conscription.
At this crucial time when women physicians and nurses are contributing significantly to our community’s health, this documentary provides a look at the challenging and illuminating history of 19th century women doctors. Hidden in American history, all-women’s medical schools began to appear in the mid-19th century long before women had the right to vote or own property.
This year, PBS asked people across the country to share short stories about their lives in order to inspire a nationwide conversation about what it really means to be American today. Thousands of people have contributed stories to the project, and this special curates hundreds of them into one extraordinary short documentary.
Filmed over five years, this film follows migrant routes from southern Mexico to the U.S. Mexico Border. It’s a vivid portrait of the thousands of immigrants who disappear along the trail. Border South reveals the immigrants’ resilience, ingenuity, and humor as it exposes a global migration system that renders human beings invisible in life as well as death.
A former tennis pro forced to work at a public recreation center must regain his self-respect and lead his team of oddball amateurs to victory in a prestigious, annual tournament showdown.
If oceans continue to warm at the current pace, coral reefs could be wiped out by the end of the century. But scientists from around the globe are rushing to help corals adapt to a changing climate through assisted evolution. Follow scientists as they attempt to crossbreed heat-resistant corals, and even transplant corals’ algae, in a race to save the coral reefs from extinction.
Women make up less than a quarter of STEM professionals in the United States, and numbers are even lower for women of color. But a growing group of researchers is exposing longstanding discrimination and making science more inclusive.