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2015/16 National Geographic Live Series now on sale!
Join us for our fifth season with National Geographic’s boldest and brightest as they share awe-inspiring stories and images of their quest to unearth, explore, and document the world’s wonders.
Individual event tickets are now on sale!
Ocean Wild: The Light Beneath the Seas
Brian Skerry, Underwater Photographer
Sun Nov 15, 2pm
Mon Nov 16, 8pm
Tue Nov 17, 8pm
Dive deep into the world’s oceans with one of National Geographic’s most seasoned photographers. Brian Skerry's images have illuminated the vast, hidden world beneath the waves for millions of readers. Join him live for an intimate look at dolphins’ intelligence, hang out with the enigmatic manatee, and explore the ocean in search of the majestic Atlantic bluefin tuna.
K2: Danger and Desire On The Savage Mountain
Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, Mountaineer
Sun Feb 28, 2pm
Mon Feb 29, 8pm
Tue Mar 1, 8pm
Share the dramatic story of climber Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner's triumph on K2, making her the world’s first woman to summit all 14 8,000-meter peaks without supplemental oxygen. Known as the mountaineer’s mountain, K2 has taken the life of roughly one climber for every four who’ve succeeded in reaching the top. Kaltenbrunner will recount how she overcame extreme weather and potential avalanches to carry out her history-making dream.
Gorongosa Reborn: A Cameraman’s Journal
Bob Poole, Wildlife Filmmaker
Sun Apr 3, 2pm
Mon Apr 4, 8pm
Tue Apr 5, 8pm
Experience the inspiring rebirth of this epic African wildlife park through the eyes of Emmy Awardwinning wildlife photographer Bob Poole. Poole will reveal how he cracked the Gorongosa code—filming elephants, lions, crocs, hippos, and spectacular scenery—for his new 5-part PBS/Nat Geo International series. Take a journey with this engaging filmmaker to the heart of Africa’s lost Eden.
Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous
Nizar Ibrahim, Paleontologist
Sun May 1, 2pm
Mon May 2, 8pm
Tue May 3, 8pm
Over 50 feet long and with dagger-like teeth, Spinosaurus was the largest predator on Earth. Although it was a giant among dinosaurs, its fossils eluded scientists for decades. Now, National Geographic Emerging Explorer Nizar Ibrahim and other paleontologists have reconstructed this prehistoric giant that was bigger than T. rex. But almost as amazing as Spinosaurus itself is the story he’ll share of how this monster was rediscovered years after being found—and lost.
Photos: Top (shark and fish) by Brian Skerry; Photo #2 (Brian Skerry) by Brian Skerry; Photo #3 (Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner) by Ralf Dujmovits; Photo #4 (Bob Poole) by Gina Poole; Photo #5 (Nizar Ibrahim) by Kat Keene Hogue.
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