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Professional storm chaser George Kourounis goes on a global adventure, traveling to some of the most dangerous places on Earth. As the planet heats up, natural disasters are becoming more frequent and severe, George experiences the most extreme forces of nature and reports back from the front lines of climate change. The program will premiere on April 4 at 8:00 p.m on KCET and April 4 at 8:30 p.m. on Link TV.
Hoping to determine the effect of volcanoes on climate change, George heads to the island nation of Vanuatu where he rappels into the fiery crater of one of the world’s most active volcanoes.
Off the coast of West Africa, George heads to a remote volcanic island where a river of molten lava is engulfing a mountain village.
George heads Down Under during fire season to see if climate change is slowly causing Australia to become uninhabitable. He joins a team of sophisticated firefighters in the South Australia, but what starts as a low-intensity bush fire quickly becomes a raging inferno.
On his first-ever expedition to Siberia, George witnesses the alarming effect of melting permafrost, visits a 12,000-year-old dog, and camps out with reindeer herders on the chilliest night of his life.
George crisscrosses Laos to witness a nation entering the modern world. He comes across ancient farming techniques, visits a conservation center that provides elephants a new way of life, explores an abandoned cave city, and paddles an underground river that holds some timely secrets.
George heads to the iceberg capital of the world — Newfoundland, Canada — for an up-close look at these floating giants from above, from below, and from the very top of a frozen mountain on the move.
Ground zero for climate change and literally at risk of being wiped off the map, George is in Bangladesh during monsoon season to see how resilient and creative locals are adapting to their increasingly hostile environment.
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard shoots down an American drone; The U.S. Senate votes to block the President from selling arms sales to Saudi Arabia; and protestors try to storm Georgia’s parliament.KCET Original
A controversial spy is lauded by some for fighting terrorism and derided by others who claim she finds terror plots where none exist.KCET Original
Roy takes a head-on look at efforts to heal the social and economic wounds of Watts, acknowledging one of the oldest communities in Los Angeles as a mirror into ourselves and our future.KCET Original
Off the coast of California, the disappearing abalone population is raising flags about ocean health and the lasting impact of rising sea temperatures, acidification and pollution.KCET Original
Roy journeys from L.A. to Orange County to discover how non-profit innovators are tackling the problem of food waste.KCET Original
Kushner launches $50 billion formula for peace in the Middle East; Trump warns of overwhelming retaliation to any Iran attack; anger grows over the mistreatment of migrant children; and the U.N. says the world is on a course for a climate apartheid.
Trump imposes new sanctions on Iran and its supreme leader; and Kushner is confident in the “deal of the century” despite Palestinian protests.
Alf's ex and journalist, Mia Hrmansen, has been digging up dirt on Energreen for sometime and is almost ready to release information on thier shady practices.
The leader of a controversial vigilante group fights for legitimacy in a crime-riddled South African community.
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