Michael Apted explores scientific and creative genius in the documentaries Inspirations and Me & Isaac Newton on Blu-ray from PBS
PBS’ documentary mini-series Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle gives an interesting history on superheroes in pop culture
A beautiful and educational journey through Australia’s evolution from the beginning of the Earth to the present
Great Zebra Exodus is a fascinating look at one of the last great spectacles of the natural world.
These three episodes of Inspector Lewis continue with multilayered mysteries fans of the genre will surely enjoy.
Endeavour: Series 1 offers up a solid prequel to the classic mystery series Inspector Morse for those fans who have been longing for more of their favorite British gumshoe.
PBS’ Nature examines the famous Lipizanner dressage horses of the Spanish Riding School of Vienna, their noble lineage, and the riders who train them in this barebones but interesting Blu-ray that is a must for horse lovers.
This PBS Nova video gives us amazing views of our planet as recorded by the fleet of satellites that continually orbit the earth. Storms and other natural disasters are captured along with the fluctuations in our essential atmosphere that makes life possible.
Another lavish costume drama from the British that, one gets the feeling, is more soap than fact, Mr. Selfridge chronicles the early days of the famous Selfridge’s department store in London.
The latest Ken Burns documentary tells the infamous Central Park jogger case in the words of the five young teenagers, now grown men, wrongfully accused and convicted of the heinous crime. It’s story of a city divided and a justice system pushed to its limits.