The Nature of Things, CBC – “The Great Human Odyssey: Journey’s End (Episode 3)”
The series ends with a spectacular journey at sea, as Dr. Niobe Thompson confronts one of the enduring mysteries of prehistory: how did our Stone Age ancestors settle lands across the ocean? Learn how new discoveries in the properties of early sailing vessels, experimental anthropology, and ancient DNA research are changing our understanding of the earliest sea voyages, from Easter Island to the Bering Strait.
Doc Zone, CBC – “Transforming Gender”
From parents who knew that their child was transgender at the age of two, to a transgender woman who had gender-reassignment surgery at the age of sixty-six, the world of trans people is as rich and as diverse as any community. And like any group fighting for its right to be free and to exist, the path towards the acquisition of long denied civil rights has been marked equally by great pain and great joy. Transforming Gender is a moving and evocative study of the lives of transgender people living in a world that is only just now becoming aware of who they are.
Storage Wars Canada, OLN – “Worst Laid Plans”
Paul and Bogart concoct an entirely new strategy for an auction in Leaside, which is to have no strategy at all. Rick and Cindy play doctor; Ursula gets her geek on; and Roy rocks out with Canadian metal icon Robb Reiner of Anvil.
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