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Series: Geography


A Rocky Planet

A Rocky Planet

Rocks and minerals have been around since before human beings existed. Since the origins of the human race, we have used them in many diverse ways - from construction to jewelry. But where do they come from? How do they form? And what is the...Show More
Abraham: How Football Saved My Life

Abraham: How Football Saved My Life

It’s 1987, South Sudan is in conflict, children from villages are seized and forced to join enemy armed forces. Eleven-year-old Abraham is herding cattle in the fields when pandemonium broke out in the village: gunfire, screaming and the...Show More

Adapt or Die

In order to survive, every form of life needs to be adapted to its habitat. A ‘habitat’ is the environment or place where an organism lives. And being ‘adapted’ means being well suited or fitted to live there. Otherwise there is no future...Show More

Ageing Populations

This excellent resource examines the current issues surrounding an ageing population in the UK, using East Devon as a case study. It illustrates the causes, impacts and management of the UK's ageing population and changing dependency ration. It...Show More
Air Pollution

Air Pollution

The main causes of air pollution are natural and human pollutants. Gases emitted in the atmosphere due to volcanic explosions and forest fires are natural pollutants, while gases like sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides released from industries,...Show More
Aspects of Cattle Farming

Aspects of Cattle Farming

Cattle are very useful to humans as they provide milk and meat and also help with agricultural tasks. To get a good yield from cattle, they should be provided adequate fodder and water, and proper cleaning and shelter facilities.
Atika: The Amazing Gift of Education

Atika: The Amazing Gift of Education

It’s 1999 and Atika and her family flee to a refugee camp in Quata, Pakistan. They are Hazara people and Afghanistan has become too dangerous for them. Atika being a girl could not be educated in the small country village where they had lived...Show More
Biodiversity Under Threat: The Sundarbans

Biodiversity Under Threat: The Sundarbans

Bangladesh's Sundarban Mangroves is one of the world's most bio-diverse areas and home to the endangered Bengal Tiger. This video resource bank looks at why the Sundarbans is so important: as a bio-diversity hotspot, as a carbon bank and as...Show More
Blackpool: The Development of a Tourist Destination

Blackpool: The Development of a Tourist Destination

This film compares the varying fortunes of one of Britain's most iconic tourist destinations with those of Tobago in the Caribbean. The film explores Blackpool before the railway age, Blackpool in its heyday, the decline of Blackpool's tourism...Show More

Carbon and Water Cycles in the Tundra

With stunning footage shot in the Candian tundra, ths title identifies and explores the physical and human factors, including climate change, that affect carbon and water cycles in the tundra We see the research and monitoring techniques...Show More

Carbon and Water Cycles in Tropical Rainforests

Filmed in the Amazon and Borneo, this resource illusrates and explains the key environmental and land use changes occurring in tropical rainforests and explores the effect they're having on the carbon ad hydrological cycles. We accompany...Show More
Carina: The Gift I Will Never Forget

Carina: The Gift I Will Never Forget

It's 1979 Vietnam: post-Vietnam war, but at war with Cambodia, husband in re-education camp, and children teenagers; what can you do to save them? Send them to America. Easier said than done; but Carina’s mother takes the risk. She secures a...Show More
Causes of Malaria

Causes of Malaria

This video describes the natural and built conditions that can lead a buzzing mosquito to become a menacing killer. By first exploring how Plasmodium falciparum, a microscopic parasite, is carried by mosquitoes from one unfortunate human host to...Show More
Challenges of Urbanisation: Inequalities in Bangalore

Challenges of Urbanisation: Inequalities in Bangalore

Taking Bangalore as a case study this resource looks at the causes and impacts of urban poverty. The programme then visits various poverty alleviation projects covering, water, sanitation and housing.
Changing Populations: Causes, Impacts and Management of Migration

Changing Populations: Causes, Impacts and Management of Migration

Changing global economic and political conditions are dramatically shifting traditional patterns of migration. This resource asks why has there been such an increase in recent years, where have they come from, what are the challenges and who...Show More
Climate Change

Climate Change

Use this fantastic video resource to encourage students to judge whether or not climate change will impact upon people differently around the world. The impacts of climate change can be quite hard to see in the UK, but as engaging footage from...Show More
Climate Change

Climate Change

Scientific evidence clearly shows that global temperatures are rising and weather patterns are changing. But what's causing it? Undoubtedly there has been a massive worldwide shift into accepting the impact of human energy use on the temperature...Show More
Climate Change

Climate Change

This Miniclip defines climate change and explains the greenhouse effect and the role of greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. While it explores the consequences of climate change on our environment – such as rising sea levels, more frequent...Show More
Climate Change: Our Responsibility

Climate Change: Our Responsibility

This programme establishes the vital importance of the greenhouse effect for life on Earth and then presents a balanced argument to assess whether or not anthropogenic climate change (often called global warming) is in fact taking place. Clear...Show More
Coastal Environments

Coastal Environments

This film looks at weathering, erosion, deposition, cliff collapse and the management of coastal areas in the UK. Education Manager at Exmoor National Park, Dave Gurnett, explains many of the features of coastal areas and the challenges involved...Show More
Coastal Processes and Landforms

Coastal Processes and Landforms

Why do novice surfers prefer constructive waves? What happens when you take away a village's natural sea defences? Filmed along the Dorset coastline, this resource provides up-to-date explanations and examples of the processes and landforms that...Show More
Conflicts on a Local Scale

Conflicts on a Local Scale

This is a UK curriculum made film that fits perfectly when teaching conflicts and global issues. It begins in examining the issues associated with conflict by identifying the issues that cause conflict at various scales and where global conflicts...Show More
Consequences of Conflict

Consequences of Conflict

This film examines some of the economic, environmental and social impacts of conflicts at national and international level. Poverty, refugees and a lack of development are all discussed, as are issues related to aid and international assistance....Show More
Conserving Water, Conserving Life

Conserving Water, Conserving Life

This unit introduces concepts such as water as a limited resource and water footprints; explaining to students what the impact on the environment of the production of goods has.

COVID-19: Careers in Chaos

The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a unique form of workplace change: one that impacted every person on the planet at the same time. This video discusses the effect of coronavirus on the types of work we do and the ways in which we work. Featuring...Show More