DEPENDENCE ON SCREENS, THE MYSTERIES OF THE HUMAN BRAIN,
TREASURE HUNT AND JUDICIAL INVESTIGATIONS
The PLANET+ channel is pleased to announce its July programming, consisting of popular documentaries about society, culture, science and history.
PLANET proposes an escape with TROIS VILLES À LA CONQUÊTE DU MONDE : AMSTERDAM, LONDRES, NEW YORK and discover how, in four hundred years, the competition of the three metropolises to dominate the world economy has sparked a new urban model. Saturdays, July 11 and 17 at 9 p.m.
Science buffs will have the opportunity to discover the three-part documentary miniseries, MATIÈRE GRISE, on July 10 at 8 p.m., which unravels the mysteries of the human brain. Between offbeat stories and accounts of the latest scientific experiments conducted by researchers from around the world, the series highlights the meteoric progress of neuroscience in the functioning of our brains. On Saturday, July 25 at 8 p.m., the documentary HISTOIRE DE CŒURS will transport viewers to near Jerusalem to a hospital where Israeli and Palestinian cardiologists are working together to save children.
PLANET+ will take advantage of this period to demystify the growing phenomenon of screen addiction with HYPERCONNECTÉS: LE CERVEAU EN SURCHARGE on July 17 at 9 p.m. This captivating documentary reviews the dangers of this overload on the brain and also explores solutions to protect against it, from information filtering methods to innovations to adapt technology to our needs and limitations.
In two episodes on July 6 and 13 at 9 p.m., ABBÉ, LE DIABLE ET LES CHERCHEURS meet a community of passionate researchers who are trying to find the treasure discovered at the end of the 19th century by Father Saunière in Rennes-le-Château. This story would have inspired the Da Vinci code.
While a new adaptation of the film MARIA CHAPDELAINE is in production, the channel proposes to discover, on July 20 at 8 p.m., the documentary SUR LES TRACES DE MARIA CHAPDELAINE by Jean-Claude Labrecque, tracing the daring and amazing cinematic undertaking of the French director Julien Duvivier, who came to shoot an adaptation of Louis Hémon’s famous novel set in the Saguenay region of Lac-Saint-Jean in 1934.
Justice enthusiasts will be able to count on a new time slot on Sundays from 7:30 p.m., dedicated for the summer to judicial investigations. The 10-episode series FEMMES ACCUSÉES will explore, from July 5, the tortuous path of the lives of these women who have committed crimes, some even murders, to try to understand them. Finally, viewers will be able to experience a series of supernatural experiences, combining esotericism and history, with the 10-episode series, THE BELIEVERS, EXÉPÉRIENCES VERS L’INCONNU. July 24 at 9 p.m.
Channel positions among distributors:
Videotron (646) Hélix (57), Bell Fibe (1128), Cogeco (551), Telus (540), CCAP (501), Derytelecom (522), Axion(532), Sogetel (560), Ebox (133), Cablevision (646), Cooptel (614), Maskatel (575), Upton (75), TSE (75), CTSV (75), IHR (223).