A thousand years ago the Khmer people of Cambodia built an empire that stretched a million square kilometers. It became the largest superpower the region has ever seen. Their capital was the great city of Angkor, once the largest city on Earth. Its centerpiece was Angkor Wat - a vast temple complex covering an area more than four times the size of Vatican City. But 600 years ago the Khmer kings abandoned their capital and many of the huge structures they built were devoured by the jungle. Ever since, the people who once lived around the temples have remained an enigma. Little is known about the kings who secured their vast empire or how they constructed the wonders of Angkor Wat. In the first of this two-part series, an international team of archaeologists and scientists use revolutionary technology to reveal the true scale and extent of the lost city of Angkor and to find out how its people lived and died. Using a new laser scanning technology called LiDAR, they discover the secrets.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Jungle Atlantis - Alliance Atlantis - Netflix
Alliance Atlantis Communications Inc. (formerly traded as TSX:AAC) was a Canadian-American media company that operated primarily as a specialty service operator in Canada. Alliance Atlantis also had offices in Halifax, Los Angeles, London, Dublin, Madrid, Barcelona, Shannon, and Sydney. Alliance Atlantis was acquired by Canwest Global Communications and an affiliate of Goldman Sachs in 2007. The movie business then operated independently as Alliance Films, headquartered in Montreal (subsequently sold to Entertainment One), and the international television distribution businesses is now owned by Echo Bridge Entertainment. All of the former Alliance Atlantis specialty networks, except for BBC Kids, are now owned by Corus Entertainment. The films division was later acquired by Entertainment One group and folded into eOne on January 9, 2013.
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This division of Alliance Atlantis developed and distributed various television programmes to Canadian, American and International broadcasters. The programs ranged from series, lifestyle and documentaries. Some documentaries were produced through the AAC Fact unit. Children's programs were produced through the AAC Kids unit; most of the AAC Kids library (with some exceptions) is now owned by DHX Media. They include: AAC Kids Max Glick (1990) The Adventures of the Black Stallion (1990-1992) Maniac Mansion (1990-1993) Kelly (1991) Wildside (1992-1993) The Odyssey (1992-1995) White Fang (1993-1994) The Mighty Jungle (1994) Squawk Box (1994) ReBoot (1994–2001) Mirror, Mirror (1995) Flash Forward (1995-1997) Straight Up (1996-1998) Beast Wars: Transformers (1996–1999) My Life as a Dog (1997) Crayola Kids Adventures (1997) (co-production with Hallmark Studios) Captain Star (1997-1998) Mirror, Mirror II (1997-1998) Mowgli: The New Adventures of the Jungle Book (1998) Legacy (1998-1999) The Famous Jett Jackson (1998-2001) Pumper Pups (1999) Monster by Mistake (1999-2000) I Was a Sixth Grade Alien (1999-2001) Hoze Houndz (1999-2002) Yvon of the Yukon (1999–2005) In a Heartbeat (2000–2001) A Fish Tale (2000) Oscar Charlie (2001) Sail Away (2001) Old Tom (2001-2002) Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001–2007) Ace Lightning (2002-2004) Henry's World (2002-2005) Connie the Cow (2003-2005) Mental Block (2003-2005) Poko (2003–2006) Dragon Booster (2004–2006) Instant Star (2004–2007) Lunar Jim (2005–2007) Drama Programs The Ray Bradbury Theater (1985-1992) Mount Royal (1987) Bordertown (1989-1991) E.N.G. (1989-1994) Mom P.I. (1990-1991) Neon Rider (1990-1995) Counterstrike (1991-1993) African Skies (1991-1994) Destiny Ridge (1993-1994) Due South (1994–1999) Mysterious Island (1995) Adventures of Sinbad (1996-1997) Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal (1996-2000) Fast Track (1997-1998) Night Man (1997–1999) Earth: Final Conflict (1997–2002) Welcome to Paradox (1998) Total Recall: 2070 (1998-1999) Power Play (1998–2000) Cold Squad (1998–2005) Da Vinci's Inquest (1998-2005) Little Men (1998–1999) Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy (1999-2000) Peter Benchley's Amazon (1999-2000) BeastMaster (1999-2002) Drop the Beat (2000-2001) Starhunter (2000-2004) CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000–2007) Haven (2001) The Associates (2001–2002) CSI: Miami (2002–2007) The Eleventh Hour (2002–2005) CSI: NY (2004–2007) Comedy Programs Airwaves (1985) 2gether: The Series (2000) Trailer Park Boys Kenny vs Spenny Rent-a-Goalie Weeds Slings and Arrows
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