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When we’re producing a public television special, we delve into a vast amount of in-house research. Once we’re finished and the show is ready for broadcast, we try to post our interview transcripts and our bibliography of research sources. We hope these materials will provide additional context as well as useful links for further research into the themes and ideas explored in the documentary.

We also produce educational films for the classroom and currently have approximately thirty classroom films in distribution with Discovery Education.

“Since 1985, we’ve been a leading producer of classroom films,” says Chip Duncan. “This includes social issues, science, environmental films and history. Our most recent release is the 2-part series The Life & Death of Glaciers which was released to schools by Discovery Education in 2011. More titles are on the way.”