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National Geographic Channel: Explorer, Vol. 2TV-PGClosed Captioning

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Explore modern and ancient cultures with Explorer. Celebrating more than 54 Emmy awards, the longest-running documentary series on cable television opens eyes to new worlds and new perspectives. It's a journey for the mind with unforgettable adventures, extraordinary stories, and remarkable destinations.

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Ok i am the first to write a review yay me..
But anyways the season is excellent as is most national geographic society programing this explores in depth many topics.

Endless shots of concerned-looking advisors, cheesy effects

After getting halfway through "Inside Bioterror," I thought my head would explode if I saw another shot of that huddle of concerned-looking advisors gathered around a table, or that line of cop cars speeding down a Washington street, or that ER with gasping civilians on gurneys. The information provided was interesting enough, but didn't come close to having the makings of a decent video presentation. Not what I would have expected from NG Explorer at all.

National Geographic Channel: Explorer, Vol. 2
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  • SD Version
  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Released: Apr 05, 2009
  • CCin English

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