NB! HVIS DU FÅR DU DIT TV-SIGNAL FRA VIASAT, KAN DU FINDE DIN PROGRAMOVERSIGT FOR NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL HD HER: tv.viasat.dk

National Geographic ChannelNat Geo WildNat Geo People

HJEMMESIDE

  • Shi Dejian's Mountain Program

    Shi Dejian's Mountain

    On the mountain Fritz learns from the master that Shaolin without Buddha is like a body without a heart.

    (03:00)
  • Dr. Bugs Program

    Dr. Bugs

    Nick-named "Dr. Bugs” at school for his insect collection, Mark Moffett grew up to be a real doctor of bugs.

    (02:11)
  • Curiosity Program

    Curiosity

    Good photography starts with curiosity. Find a subject fascinates you and the rest is easy.

    (02:57)
  • Little Supermodels Program

    Little Supermodels

    Moffett's close-up photography of insects draws inspiration from photographing supermodels.

    (02:36)
  • Chocolate Gnat Program

    Chocolate Gnat

    Mark Moffett introduces us to the little fly responsible for our chocolate supply: the cacao pollinator!

    (02:59)
  • Pollination Threat Program

    Pollination Threat

    Everything is important. Moffett wants people to fall in love with the unexpected so that we will protect it.

    (02:57)
  • Safety First Program

    Safety First

    Carsten Peter finds out why driving a million dollars worth of equipment under a thunderstorm has its risks.

    (02:57)
  • Timing Program

    Timing

    Tension increases as time is running out and the perfect shot is still, like the perfect storm, "out there".

    (02:53)
  • Enduring Voices Program

    Enduring Voices

    The Enduring Voices team documents endangered languages in an attempt to revitalize traditions.

    (03:00)
  • Shaman Ceremony Program

    Shaman Ceremony

    Chris Rainier takes a two hour flight to the heart of Pantanal to witness a Shaman Ceremony.

    (02:52)
  • Shaman Time Program

    Shaman Time

    The Shaman's are ready to start their ceremony but Chris tries to negotiate more time to wait for the right light.

    (02:42)
  • Papua New Guinea Program

    Papua New Guinea

    More than 10% of humanity's known 7000 languages are found in Papua New Guinea, Chris Ranier's next stop.

    (02:54)
  • Cultural Activist Program

    Cultural Activist

    Luis Kolis, a cultural activist, explains what an important role photography plays in revitalizing cultures.

    (03:03)
  • The Vandenberg Program

    The Vandenberg

    David witnesses the Vandenberg as it is plummeted to the depths of the ocean to form an artificial reef.

    (02:02)
  • Take Two Program

    Take Two

    Time for Take Two as David again attempts to get his perfect Panorama Shot.

    (02:24)
  • The Spawning Program

    The Spawning

    David gets intimate with spawning groupers in the hope of capturing something magical.

    (01:57)
  • Sinking Ship Program

    Sinking Ship

    The moment of truth as David discovers whether or not his strategically placed cameras captured the sinking Vandenberg.

    (02:59)
  • High Tech Program

    High Tech

    Preparation preparation preparation: The plan is to shoot several photos and stitch them together into one.

    (02:54)
  • Top to Bottom Program

    Top to Bottom

    Nick's cameras will start photographing the tree from the top down, taking a shot every three metres.

    (02:30)
  • Illumination Program

    Illumination

    Even in perfect lighting, hidden parts of the tree need illumination. Nick fills in the shadows.

    (02:40)