The Age of Nature Sneak Preview

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October 8, 2020
5:00pm Eastern Time
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WUFT-TV is proud to host a preview screening of the new PBS documentary The Age of Nature before it airs on October 14 at 10pm. The Age of Nature is a 3-part new documentary series bringing together inspirational contributors, rare archive material and stunning imagery from around the world, to give us a deeper understanding of Nature and our place within it. Please join WUFT-TV in this sneak preview screening of our upcoming Age of Nature series. You'll have the opportunity to chat and comment with other WUFT-TV viewers throughout the screening.

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The Age of Nature - Awakening - Preview

Our awareness of Nature is growing. As we discover its role in our modern world and realize its true value, action is being taken to protest and restore it. This story is told by inspiring contributors who reveal the awakening of a new era.

The Age of Nature - Understanding - Preview

A new understanding of the way Nature works is helping us find some surprising ways of fixing it. As our understanding deepens, we realize that everything is connected, and by helping to restore Nature we all benefit, humans and animals alike.

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34min 32sec

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  • Natalie Karaoglanian

    WUFT-TV signed on the air November 10, 1958 with a mission to provide educational broadcasting to the UF and other schools within the broadcast area. In the late ’50s and early ’60s programming emphasis at WUFT was on instructional broadcasts. The station has evolved to featured PBS programming, local productions and an award-winning student produced and anchored weekday newscast.

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