Smithsonian Channel Canada is where curiosity lives, imagination thrives, and wonders never cease. With inspiration and expertise drawn from the world’s leading cultural institution, we’ll take you beyond the ordinary to reveal exciting stories about air and space, science and nature, pop culture, and history.
Year to date, Smithsonian Channel is seeing some its highest audience since launch – growing 37% year over year among individuals 2+. Among the core demo Adults 25-54, the channel is up 50% year over year through the first two quarters.
British talk show host Clive Anderson and anthropologist Mary-Ann Ochota travel across the U.K. to explore the sacred sites and supernatural beliefs of the ancient Britons. By examining their mystic places and practices, they hope to unlock the secrets of their ancestors and better understand the worlds in which they lived.
This series combines history, science and true crime as Dr. Lindsey Fitzharris explores some of the most mysterious deaths of the last century. The lives of fascinating individuals are revealed through tests, investigation and autopsies as Lindsey provides a curious and sometime macabre glimpse into a biography from the morgue.
Combat Ships tells the stories of the remarkable vessels that have shaped world history and the men and women who have crewed them – from Viking longships to missile-carrying destroyers.
- spent $150+ on groceries weekly (38%, over one-third)
- consumed wine (Index 120) & beer (Index 119)/past week
- invest their money in Stocks/Bonds (Index 120)
- use auto-dealerships for vehicle tune-up (Index 132)
- have had takeout/delivery in the past month (64%)
* Source: Numeris, AvAge based on A25-54, Comp%, Index based on Total TV Eng. *Vividata Readership and Product Database,12+
Smithsonian Channel News
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Toronto, ON (August 13, 2020) — Notorious Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar’s brutal regime ended in a hail of bullets. His infamous reign of terror left Colombia with the legacy of a corrupt narco-state and something more bizarre: African hippos. In the 1980s, Escobar smuggled four hippos into Colombia to join his growing collection of exotic…