Documentary tips for today: “Dog and Man” and “Mysteries of Antiquity – When Troy burned”

Are you looking for the documentary tips for today’s Saturday? We have selected the best recommendations from the TV program for you. Here you will find an overview of the really worthwhile TV shows. Turn on!

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Today, on Saturday, you are looking for im Free-TV? From 4:00 p.m. you can expect the most beautiful documentaries on TV. Make yourself comfortable and enjoy. These are the must-see documentaries of the day that you won’t want to miss.

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Documentation: “Hund und Mensch” (4 p.m. on ARD)

Whether as a hunting, sled or herding dog, whether in the desert, in the jungle or in the ice – dogs followed people to every corner of the world. Two beings who couldn’t be more different made an emotional pact thousands of years ago that is still unbroken today. Today, more than 500 million domestic dogs populate the earth. But what do people really know about their best friend, the dog? Only recently have scientists begun to track down the true intelligence and emotional connection of our dogs.

This documentation on ARD takes 30 minutes.

Documentary: “Mysteries of Antiquity – When Troy Burned” (8:15 p.m. on Arte)

3,000 years ago, Egypt narrowly escaped disaster from an invasion – in the reign of Ramses III. What happened? Leading experts are looking for clues to the causes of a mysterious collapse of several Mediterranean civilizations towards the end of the Bronze Age. The people of these cultures did what people are still doing today: they migrated to countries where they hoped to find better living conditions: Egypt. The data compiled by climate researchers show a dramatic development.

This documentation on Art takes 50 minutes.

Documentary: “The Wind” (10:55 p.m. on Arte)

The wind is the motor for our weather. In our latitudes, it causes a change between high and low pressure areas. He brings us sunshine as well as rain. And in the winter months it regularly blows up into powerful storms. But climate change is causing existing wind conditions to change all over the world – with devastating consequences. Atlantic hurricanes, which build up over the tropics and regularly devastate entire regions on the east coast of the USA, are getting stronger and bring more and more rain with them.

This documentary on Arte lasts 50 minutes.

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