Explainers Shows

Game Changers

Game Changers

An original documentary series providing a compelling look at the business leaders and entrepreneurs who climbed to the top and changed our world.
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Bloomberg
Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas

Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas

Hosted by David Westin, Jonathan Ferro and Alix Steel, Bloomberg's morning program brings viewers the latest in business and finance, providing unique, global insights into where industry and markets are headed.
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Bloomberg
Bloomberg Surveillance

Bloomberg Surveillance

Tom Keene in New York and Francine Lacqua in London prepare you for the day ahead with insights on the state of the markets and the world.
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Bloomberg

Explainers Episodes

Europe heatwave

Europe heatwave

As Europe sizzled Tuesday at the start of a heatwave tipped to break records, drivers on Germany's famously speedy motorways were ordered to slow down and fans at the women's World Cup were showered in health warnings.
AFP
The 5G revolution

The 5G revolution

World Mobile Congress opens in Shanghai. Videographic explaining fifth generation mobile, or 5G wireless technology.
AFP
Europe heatwave

Europe heatwave

Fans flew off store shelves and water fountains offered relief from the heat as temperatures soared in Europe on Monday, with officials urging vigilance ahead of even hotter conditions forecast later in the week.
AFP
Harnessing the power of the wind

Harnessing the power of the wind

As International Renewable Energy Agency meets in Abu Dhabi til June 26, we give a videographic showing how electricity is created by offshore and onshore wind turbines. VIDEOGRAPHICS
AFP
Solar panels

Solar panels

As International Renewable Energy Agency meets in Abu Dhabi we give a graphic explaining how solar panels work.
AFP
Renewable energy

Renewable energy

As International Renewable Energy Agency meets in Abu Dhabi til June 26, we move a videographic on renewable energy.
AFP
Europe heatwave

Europe heatwave

Temperatures were climbing on Monday as Europe braced for a blistering heatwave with the mercury set to hit 40 degrees Celsius.
AFP
Rain or shine: how to predict the weather

Rain or shine: how to predict the weather

Temperatures are climbing as Europe braced for a blistering heatwave with the mercury set to hit 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) as summer kicks in on the back of a wave of hot air from North Africa. Videographic on weather forecasting.
AFP
NATO

NATO

Meeting of Atlantic Alliance Defence Ministers on Tuesday in Brussels. Videographic looking at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
AFP
Major mobile carriers suspend Huawei smartphone orders

Major mobile carriers suspend Huawei smartphone orders

Mobile networks around the globe have suspended orders of Huawei smartphones after US president Donald Trump added the Chinese company to an export blacklist, CNN reports.
Next Animation Studio
Increase of CFC emissions linked to China, study finds

Increase of CFC emissions linked to China, study finds

CFC-11, a potent greenhouse gas and one of the main culprits in depleting the ozone layer, was set to be phased out by 2010.But starting in 2012 scientists noticed a considerable slowdown in the decline of global concentrations of CFCs.
Next Animation Studio
U.S. Postal Service to test mail delivery using autonomous trucks

U.S. Postal Service to test mail delivery using autonomous trucks

The U.S. Postal Service has started testing self-driving trucks to transport mail across three states.
Next Animation Studio
SpaceX all set to launch 60 'Starlink' satellites into space

SpaceX all set to launch 60 'Starlink' satellites into space

SpaceX is set to launch 60 "Starlink" satellites that would provide broadband internet services and orbit around Earth, according to Space.com.The satellites will be launched on Thursday via the Falcon 9 rocket at Cape Canaveral in Florida.
Next Animation Studio
How U.S. ban will affect Huawei technology

How U.S. ban will affect Huawei technology

Last Monday, news broke that Trump had banned Chinese tech giant, Huawei, from the U.S. market after trade negotiations went stale. This is how the move could affect the technology company. Chinese tech company, Huawei, was blacklisted by the U.S.
Next Animation Studio
Massive asteroid with its own moon to pass close to Earth

Massive asteroid with its own moon to pass close to Earth

A massive asteroid with its own mini moon will be passing close to Earth this weekend.
Next Animation Studio
US Iran drone crisis

US Iran drone crisis

Videographic locating Iranian territorial waters in the Gulf. Iran said Friday it had "indisputable" evidence a US drone it downed had violated its airspace, as reports emerged in the US that President Donald Trump had approved then scrapped reta...
AFP
Sweating

Sweating

Videographic explaining sweating -- the body’s natural way of regulating temperature. The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off on Friday in Egypt. Players will also have to contend with average temperatures of between 35 and 38 Celsius (95-100.4 F...
AFP
How does 5G technology work?

How does 5G technology work?

5G is the generation of wireless technology that follows 4G LTE mobile connections.
Next Animation Studio
Huawei CFO Meng's house arrest conditions explained

Huawei CFO Meng's house arrest conditions explained

Huawei's Chief Financial Officer is currently under house arrest in her six bedroom mansion worth millions of dollars, according to Reuters.
Next Animation Studio
Iran suspected to have carried out an attack against Saudi Arabia

Iran suspected to have carried out an attack against Saudi Arabia

A report by a Norwegian insurance company states it is highly likely that Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards orchestrated a drone attack on Saudi tankers in the Persian Gulf.
Next Animation Studio
Pluto's underground ocean kept from freezing by gas layer

Pluto's underground ocean kept from freezing by gas layer

New research provides evidence of an ocean buried in Pluto that's kept from freezing by an insulating layer.
Next Animation Studio
Study finds air pollution may be damaging 'every organ in the body'

Study finds air pollution may be damaging 'every organ in the body'

A comprehensive new global review has found that air pollution may be harming nearly every cell in the human body.According to a review published in Chest Journal, the harmful effects of toxic air begin when it is inhaled.
Next Animation Studio
Tension in the Gulf

Tension in the Gulf

Videographic locating recent incidents in the Gulf region. Iran's Revolutionary Guard said on Thursday it had shot down a US "spy drone" which violated Iranian airspace near the Strait of Hormuz. The incident comes at a time of growing antagonism ...
AFP
EPR reactors in the world

EPR reactors in the world

Videographic showing EPR nuclear reactors in the world. EDF has been building an EPR reactor at Flamanville in northwest France. It was originally set to go online in 2012 but the project has been plagued by technical problems and budget overruns.
AFP
LightSail 2: a solar sail in space

LightSail 2: a solar sail in space

Videographic on LightSale 2, to be launched on Monday. The spacecraft will have nothing to power it but a huge polyester "solar sail," harnessing the momentum of packets of light energy known as photons -- in this case from our Sun.
AFP
The European Union

The European Union

Videographic illustrating and explaining how the European Union works. European leaders will try once again Thursday to agree on a compromise EU leader after political groups failed to unite behind a candidate.
AFP
The European Union

The European Union

Videographic illustrating and explaining how the European Union works. European leaders will try once again Thursday to agree on a compromise EU leader after political groups failed to unite behind a candidate.
AFP
Europe's multinational parliament

Europe's multinational parliament

Videographic illustrating and explaining the various key institutions of the European Union. European leaders will try once again Thursday to agree on a compromise EU leader after political groups failed to unite behind a candidate.
AFP
Formula E: high voltage racing

Formula E: high voltage racing

Videographic on Formula E and E cars. The Bern (Switzerland) E-Prix takes place at the weekend.
AFP
Atmospheric carbon dioxide hits all time record high

Atmospheric carbon dioxide hits all time record high

Scientists at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii have recorded the highest levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide ever in human history.
Next Animation Studio
Scientists find 'super coral' in Hawaii

Scientists find 'super coral' in Hawaii

New studies show coral reefs located in Kane'ohe Bay, Hawaii are capable of growing in acidic and warm waters. Human activity has contributed to the destruction of coral reefs via overfishing, pollution and coral bleaching.
Next Animation Studio
Scientists find new way for volcanoes to form

Scientists find new way for volcanoes to form

The now-dormant volcano that created the island of Bermuda formed in a way that has not been observed before, according to a study published in the journal Nature.
Next Animation Studio
Formula 1 French Grand Prix

Formula 1 French Grand Prix

Videographic showing the circuit ahead of this weekend's French Grand prix.
AFP
Interest rates

Interest rates

Graphic explaining how interest rates work. The Federal Reserve on Wednesday is set to signal that its next interest rate move will be downward -- and possibly soon.
AFP
MH17 plane crash

MH17 plane crash

Videographic on the MH17 air disaster. International investigators are on Wednesday expected to announce charges against four suspects including a Russian officer in the shooting down of flight MH17 over Ukraine five years ago.
AFP
Vaccination and the immune system

Vaccination and the immune system

Videographic explaining how vaccinations work. France has the lowest levels of trust in vaccines globally, according to the world's biggest survey on public attitudes toward health and science, which was published on Wednesday. An estimated 169 mi...
AFP
UN chief raises concerns over nuclear coffin leaking into the Pacific

UN chief raises concerns over nuclear coffin leaking into the Pacific

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has raised concerns over a concrete dome in the Marshall Islands leaking radioactive waste into the Pacific Ocean.The nuclear dome was built in the late 1970s during the Cold War era.
Next Animation Studio
Trump targets Huawei in new ban on foreign telecom gear

Trump targets Huawei in new ban on foreign telecom gear

The Trump administration made a move to enable a ban on Huawei gear, amid an escalating trade war between the U.S. and China. According to the New York Times, President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday to ban U.S.
Next Animation Studio
Pollution impairing Asian summer monsoon , study finds

Pollution impairing Asian summer monsoon , study finds

The Asian summer monsoon typically brings about a lot of rainfall, but scientists have found that the rate of precipitation has actually been declining over the past eight decades, according to a study published in Geophysical Research Letters.
Next Animation Studio
Manchester arena marks attack anniversary with memorial service

Manchester arena marks attack anniversary with memorial service

The second anniversary of the Manchester terror incident will be marked by a private memorial service on May 22.
Next Animation Studio
China claims social credit system will 'restore trust'

China claims social credit system will 'restore trust'

A report from China's National Development and Reform Commission published in the Global Times states that authorities are developing security regulations over privacy leak concerns.
Next Animation Studio
What If Robots And Humans Were Identical?

What If Robots And Humans Were Identical?

What happens when we can no longer tell robots and humans apart? In this video, Unveiled uncovers the incredible developments in artificial intelligence and robotics, leading to machines that will one day be indistinguishable from human beings. It...
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What If Gravity Was 10x Stronger? | Unveiled

What If Gravity Was 10x Stronger? | Unveiled

There are lots of things humankind would like more of... but gravity isn't one of them! In this video, Unveiled imagines how our lives would change if gravity was 10x stronger. Looking at Planet Earth, the solar system and the wider universe, the ...
Watch Mojo
What If Our Lives Are An Alien Experiment? | Unveiled

What If Our Lives Are An Alien Experiment? | Unveiled

Do you ever wonder why we're here? Why humans exist on planet Earth? Is it even slightly possible that we were put here by aliens, as part of an ancient extraterrestrial experiment, and that we just don't realise it? In this video, Unveiled explor...
Watch Mojo
Playing Pokemon as a Kid May Have Altered Your Brain

Playing Pokemon as a Kid May Have Altered Your Brain

Hey Pokemon fans, which one is your favorite Pokemon?
INSH
Tsunamis

Tsunamis

Videographic on tsunamis. A strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake hit the northwest of Japan on Tuesday.
AFP
The importance of ice shelves

The importance of ice shelves

Videographic looking at the importance of ice shelves. The polar ice caps are shrinking as the climate warms, leading to rising sea levels. Scientists say meltwater flowing into the oceans from the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets could boost ex...
AFP
Melting ice caps

Melting ice caps

Videographic illustrating melting ice caps. The polar ice caps are shrinking as the climate warms, leading to rising sea levels. Scientists say meltwater flowing into the oceans from the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets could boost extreme weath...
AFP