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Discovery launches landmark original series

Discovery Communications today announced it is in development on a landmark 60-episode series which will be filmed over five years and will be a multi-million dollar investment for the company. Curiosity: The Questions of Our Life will explore the fundamental questions in the fields of space, biology, geology, medicine, physics, technology, nature, archaeology, history and of the human mind. The series will air on Discovery Channel, beginning in January 2011 and will address 12 questions through 12 episodes each year. Curiosity is a joint production between Discovery Communications and Experius Academy, which also includes the creation of classroom tools for educators delivered through Discovery Education. For more information on the Curiosity initiative, see the release.
September 10, 2009

Discovery Communications today announced it is in development on a landmark 60-episode series which will be filmed over five years and will be a multi-million dollar investment for the company. Curiosity: The Questions of Our Life will explore the fundamental questions in the fields of space, biology, geology, medicine, physics, technology, nature, archaeology, history and of the human mind. The series will air on Discovery Channel, beginning in January 2011 and will address 12 questions through 12 episodes each year. Curiosity is a joint production between Discovery Communications and Experius Academy, which also includes the creation of classroom tools for educators delivered through Discovery Education. For more information on the Curiosity initiative, see the release.

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Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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