National Geographic Features

National Geographic Features - What to Watch This August loading...
National Geographic Features - What to Watch This August
A collection of National Geographic’s best feature length documentaries every Sunday night continues on National Geographic.
Jane Goodall’s original tale of chimpanzees still astonishes today loading...
Jane Goodall’s original tale of chimpanzees still astonishes today
To celebrate her 85th birthday, National Geographic revisits Jane Goodall’s 1963 article about the chimpanzees of Gombe Stream Game Reserve.
How Alex Honnold made the ultimate climb—without a rope loading...
How Alex Honnold made the ultimate climb—without a rope
His stunning scramble up the 914-metre granite wall known as El Capitan, in less than 4 hours, came after meticulous planning and training.
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Amid a Civil War, These Syrians Keep Dancing
The group calling themselves 'Dare' says they are using dance as an agent of change in a nation beset by conflict.
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Australian Women of the Caliphate
What draws Australian women to join ISIS?
Photos of Alex Honnold’s Most Epic Climbs loading...
Photos of Alex Honnold’s Most Epic Climbs
Skill, training, and focus led the climber to his historic free solo of El Capitan and moniker as greatest free solo climber in the world.
About National Geographic Features

For 130 years National Geographic has been bringing amazing stories from around the world to our readers and viewers. Now, in this collection, some of the best feature length documentaries come together to continue this tradition.
Death defying human feats, riots felt across the world, a young Jane Goodall challenging the scientific world, the new genders, world leaders in conflict - uninterrupted stories of some of the people and events that have changed our world will be shown 7.30pm every Sunday night.

This month titles include: Free Solo, Hell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and Rise of ISIS, Jane and Apollo: Missions to the Moon.

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