|Robots inspired by Animals||
Robotics researchers are increasingly turning to nature for inspiration. Watch a robotic salamander, a water strider robot, mechanical cockroaches and some cool self-configuring robots.
|Sarah Kruzan: Life in Prison Without Parole at Age 16||
In the USA juveniles can be sentenced to life in prison. Sarah Kruzan's unfortunate childhood led her to commit murder - does she deserve a second chance at life?
|Nixon vs Kennedy TV Debate||
President Kennedy's victory over favorite Nixon in the 1960 presidential election is largely attributed to his better performance in the first televised U.S. presidential debates in U.S. history.
|Dog makes a clever escape||
An intelligent dog ingeniously manages to find a way out of his confinement, while the other dogs look on in amazement.
The largest spider in the world is on the hunt. But is it as dangerous as it seems? It depends on who it's after.
|Volkswagen's Transparent Factory in Germany||
Watch how cars are assembled in this state-of-the-art 'transparent factory' in Germany, which is part manufacturing facility, part museum and exhibition.
|Planet of the Cats and Dogs - Sanctuary||
Dogs and cats (hundreds of them) live together peacefully in the 12 acre property of the Cat House on the Kings sanctuary.
|Asperger Syndrome Documentary||
An interesting and touching documentary about someone with Asperger's Syndrome (an autism spectrum disorder); he talks about his childhood experiences, accepting that he is different, and going on to get a PhD in geology.
|Killer Whales (Orcas) hunt and play with sea lions||
Killler Whales hunt and play with sea lions. Surprisingly, one of the orca's sets its last catch free, even bringing it back to shore.
|What if the Earth were Hollow?||
What is the deepest we have ever dug into the earth? What if we went straight through?
|Meet the Super Cow||
These gigantic cows resemble bovine body-builders. See how breeders have achieved such amazing results.
|Chimamanda Adichie: The danger of a single story (TEDTalks)||
A powerful, inspirational - and at times humorous - lecture by acclaimed Nigerian writer Chimamanda Adichie about identity, prejudice, misunderstanding, and the danger of single stories.