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‘Science of the Senses’ acquired by Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific

Breakthrough Entertainment has announced that documentary series Science of the Senses has been acquired by Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific. Four one-hour episodes will premiere on Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific early next year. The series explores how humans experience the senses of sight, smell, touch and sound, and is narrated by environmentalist and The Nature of Things's host, David Suzuki. Science of the Senses is produced by Merit Motion Pictures and CBC's The Nature of Things. Other broadcasters who have picked up the series include CBC (Canada), YES TV (Israel), Planete (Poland), TVE (Spain), Chello Central Europe, YLE (Finland), YES DBS (Israel) TV Galicia (Spain)and True Visions (Thailand).
September 24, 2010

Breakthrough Entertainment has announced that documentary series Science of the Senses has been acquired by Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific. Four one-hour episodes will premiere on Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific early next year. The series explores how humans experience the senses of sight, smell, touch and sound, and is narrated by environmentalist and The Nature of Things‘s host, David Suzuki. Science of the Senses is produced by Merit Motion Pictures and CBC’s The Nature of Things. Other broadcasters who have picked up the series include CBC (Canada), YES TV (Israel), Planete (Poland), TVE (Spain), Chello Central Europe, YLE (Finland), YES DBS (Israel) TV Galicia (Spain)and True Visions (Thailand).

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