Join documentary filmmaker E. Chai Vasarhelyi, photographer Jimmy Chin, and rock climber Alex Honnold for an advance film screening and discussion of Free Solo, which documents Alex’s historic 2017 free solo climb of Yosemite’s 3,200-foot El Capitan peak.
Take a one-of-a-kind virtual tour of Bears Ears with Nat Geo photographer Aaron Huey, who is using cutting-edge technology to capture its beauty and significance to the indigenous people who consider it sacred.
Enter the hidden world inside caves. Discover how archaeologist Guillermo de Anda found remains of our human ancestors and learn what mysterious creatures call these dark spaces home with biologists Ingi Agnarsson and Daniela Cafaggi.
You’re the Expert is a witty twist on a classic radio game show that takes academic research out of the ivory tower and into the comedy club for a laugh-out-loud-funny show packed with meaningful information.
Join National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen for an unparalleled virtual reality tour of Antarctica, where he took incredible 360-degree footage of the breathtaking landscape and his encounters with wildlife.
Learn the unexpected stories behind maps across history and cultures with science journalists Betsy Mason and Greg Miller, National Geographic geographer Alex Tait, and National Geographic Explorer M Jackson.
Join award-winning documentary photographer Daniella Zalcman and others to explore the stories and techniques behind Daniella’s powerful series of multiple-exposure portraits of Native Americans who are pushing back against racial stereotypes.
Hear from archaeologist Jodi Magness, who has been excavating a monumental fifth-century synagogue in Israel’s Galilee and making exciting discoveries there, including the first-ever non-biblical story found decorating an ancient synagogue.
Discover the thrills and challenges behind making the world’s best-known magazine—and what it takes to get the perfect story—by hearing from some of National Geographic's award-winning editors and journalists, including Editor in Chief Susan Goldberg.
Join us, on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, to hear from linguistic anthropologist Sandhya Narayanan, paleoanthropologist and stand-up comic Ella Al-Shamahi, and oceanographer Katy Croff Bell—amazing explorers who are pushing the boundaries of scientific knowledge and inspiring the next generation.
Hear amazing stories about science and exploration in Egypt from marine ecologist and conservationist Ameer Abdulla, archaeologists Nora Shawki and Fred Hiebert, and National Geographic Senior Archivist Sara Manco.
Egyptologist Kara Cooney will deliver a fascinating tale of female power through the stories of six female pharaohs—shining a piercing light on perceptions of women leaders and why they have been so rare.