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The Top 5 Longreads of the Week

This week, we’re sharing stories from Rachel Monroe, Jianan Qian, Rene Ebersole, Adi Robertson, and Kyle Chayka.

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Why Antonio Banderas Was Reluctant To Portray Iconic Painter For 'Genius: Picasso' — Tribeca Studio

Catching the first season of National Geographic’s Genius—starring Geoffrey Rush as Albert Einstein—Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated actor Antonio Banderas found what he considered “quality television,” not knowing at the time that the series from Ron Howard and Kenneth Biller would turn to Spanish painter Pablo Picasso for Season 2. 324 more words

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The monies coming but where will it go?

The Prime Minister announced a £61.4 million pound fund towards reducing plastic waste as she prepared for a meeting of Commonwealth leaders. Theresa May will ask the 52 representatives to sign up to a  260 more words


'Genius' Renewed By Nat Geo, Season 3 Subject Revealed - Upfront

National Geographic has renewed scripted anthology series Genius for a third season and has revealed that iconic author Mary Shelley, best known for her Gothic novel… 887 more words

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Nat Geo Orders Two New Docuseries, Acquires 'Science Fair' Documentary, More - Upfront

Nat Geo today announced the greenlight of new docuseries Chain of Command about the Secret Service and In Their Own Words, from Tom Jennings. In addition, Nat Geo announced the acquisition of Sundance and SXSW-winning feature documentary… 1,395 more words

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One Strange Rock: Mount Nyiragongo, Democratic Republic of Congo

This volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo was in the third episode of One Strange Rock.

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Mount Nyiragongo Volcano, Kibati, Virunga National Park, Parq National des Virunga, Democratic Republic of Congo is one of the most active volcanos in Africa and is also a popular tourist destination. 849 more words


Nat Geo Greenlights Ebola Drama Series From Ridley Scott, Sets 3 Development Projects

Nat Geo has picked up The Hot Zone, a scripted series based on Richard Preston’s bestseller about the Ebola virus and its impact on the human race, from executive producer Ridley Scott, Lynda Obst Productions and Fox 21 Television Studios. 343 more words

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