Rare wildlife, unique perspectives, cutting-edge science and tech--Canada's longest running documentary series, the award-winning The Nature of Things with David Suzuki, cuts through the hype to bring you the latest stories from the frontlines of science and the environment.
"David Suzuki brings the current events show's trademark blend of investigation and analysis to this very serious global problem." -- TV Times
"I keep saying to them, 'Look, you want Survivor? There isn't a bigger survivor than The Nature of Things. You ought to bill it as a survivor. This is survival of the fittest. In order to survive since 1960 it must bloody well get an audience or else we would have been off a long time ago. You want a reality show? We are the ultimate reality show. We're talking about the real world.'" -- Suzuki in an interview with The Chronicle Herald, Halifax
"I want to remind people what The Nature of Things has brought to us...from the first space shot to the invention of the birth-control pill, from computers to genetic engineering. The Nature of Things has really covered them in depth. There were a lot of news reports about them, but what The Nature of Things has always done is try to explain what these things are all about and what the implications of them are. I like to point out that in the United States, there has never been a serious science show in primetime on any of the major (commercial) networks." -- David Suzuki, in an interview for the Winnipeg free press
"The Nature of Things, the enduring science series that has been running on the network since 1960." -- Andrew Ryan, THE GLOBE AND MAIL