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Friday, 12 February 2021

March 2021 On Curiosity Channel Africa | Super Science Mondays | Wildlife Wednesdays | Travel & Adventure Fridays | Human History Saturdays


SUPER
SCIENCE MONDAYS

DESTINATION MARS
Brand New Documentary Special - premieres 01 March 2021 at 21:00 CAT
How will humans take the next step into outer space -traveling to Mars not to visit, but to stay?

DESTINATION: MOON
Brand New Documentary Special - premieres 15 March 2021 at 21:00 CAT
What role will the moon play in man’s next attempts to conquer space?

INVISIBLE NATURE
Brand New Series - premieres 15 March 2021 at 22:00 CAT
Through micro, infrared and slow-motion photography, get an insight into the way plants move, strategize, and even talk to each other.
hat role will the moon play in man’s next attempts to conquer space?

SCIENCE SHORTS & THE MANOT SKULL
Brand New Documentary Special - premieres 22 March 2021 at 21:00 CAT
Take a few minutes to learn more about subjects ranging from genetics to cyborgs with these informative pieces.

MASDAR: EXPLORING OUR FUTURE
Brand New Documentary Special - premieres 29 March 2021 at 21:00 CAT

Built in the heart of the Middle East desert, Masdarwill be the world’s first zero-carbon city, exclusively fueled by renewable energies. 50,000 inhabitants will have access to water and sustainable energies while producing no waste.

WILDLIFE WEDNESDAYS

RIVERS LIFEBLOOD
Brand New Documentary Special - premieres 03 March 2021 at 20:00 CAT

It’s hard to appreciate just how important rivers are to our planet, both to the natural world and our own lives. They nurture our crops, fuel our travel, and deliver our drinking water –flowing like veins across the Earth they’re a lifeline to countless ecosystems.

MOUNTAINS: GATEWAYS TO HEAVENS
Brand New Documentary Special - premieres 10 March 2021 at 20:00 CAT
Mountains define some of our most spectacular landscapes, creating a mosaic of dramatic habitats, teeming with incredible wildlife. Mountains are found on every continent on Earth, covering 22% of the planet’s surface.

CROCODILE KINGDOM
Brand New Documentary Special - premieres 17 March 2021 at 20:00 CAT
The crocodile is the king of the wetland; a tone of cold blooded monster with the most terrifying bite force on Earth. The product of a 100 million year ancestry, the 25 species around today are testament to the crocodile’s supreme intelligence and adaptability.

WILD SUMMER SCHOOL
Brand New Documentary Special - premieres 24 March 2021 at 20:00 CAT
It is early summer and wild places across the world, whether beaches, jungles, or mountains are preparing for summer school to begin. The arrival of baby animals is imminent, and they’ll have a lot to learn. Some kids spend a long time with mum while others have to figure things out for themselves.

MARK EMERY’S AMERICAN WILDLIFE
Brand New Documentary Special - premieres 31 March 2021 at 20:00 CAT
Iconic American wildlife captured in their beautiful natural surroundings in Florida and Alaska.

TRAVEL & ADVENTURE FRIDAYS

HISTORY’S GREATEST HOMES
Brand New Series - premieres 05 March 2021 (back to back episodes)
Join us as we tour the most fabulous and luxurious homes in history.

HUMAN STORY SATURDAYS

WILDEST ISLANDS: Season 2
Brand New Season - premieres 06 March 2021 at 19:00 CAT

Islands can be home to the most extreme examples of life, as nature evolves in the most dramatic way. Sometimes isolated for hundreds of thousands of years, pockets of individuals adapt to survive, fueling a rapid and continuous development of new species.
Some of the Zanzibar archipelago’s bizarre creatures have developed to an enormous size. The world’s largest crab scales trees in search of coconuts, and clouds of giant bats fill the skies at dusk. Under the cover of darkness, giant leatherback turtles visit Trinidad’s beaches to lay their eggs. Dominica’s volcanic heritage gives it fertile soils, making the island rich in flowering plants. Situated 1,000km west of Ecuador, the Galapagos archipelago has been so little exposed to humans, it allowed Charles Darwin to study and rethink the laws of nature.

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