Educational television programs
Television programs for the hearing impaired
|提及的人：||George Mallory; Andrew Irvine; Conrad Anker|
Jodie Foster; David Breashears; Rebecca DeMornay; Liesl Clark; Andrew Harvard; Peter Firstbrook; WGBH Video (Firm); WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.). Science Unit.; WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.); Arcturus Motion Pictures.; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.; Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen.
|注意：||Title from container.|
|表演者：||Everest, the death zone narrated by Jodie Foster.
Everest, the mystery of Mallory and Irvine narrated by Breashears.
Lost on Everest narrated by Rebecca de Mornay.
|活動注釋：||Three episodes of the television program Nova, originally produced in 1987, 1998 and 1999.|
|針對讀者群：||MPAA rating: Not rated.|
|描述：||2 videodiscs (ca. 162 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD, region 1, full screen or letterbox presentation; Dolby Digital, NTSC.|
|内容：||Disc 1. Everest, the death zone / a Nova production by the WGBH Science Unit in association with Channel 4 ; produced and directed by David Breashers, Liesl Clark ; written by Liesl Clark --
Disc 2. Everest, the mystery of Mallory and Irvine / produced by David Breashears and Andrew Harvard ; a production of Arcturus Motion Pictures, Inc. in association with BBC Northwest for NOVA/WGBH --
Lost on Everest / Nova/BBC coproduction in association with ZDF ; written and produced by Liesl Clark ; producer for the BBC, Peter Firstbrook.
|其他題名：||Everest, the death zone.
Everest, the mystery of Mallory and Irvine.
Lost on Everest.
Nova (Television program)
Discover the world's largest mountain and the highest peak in the world. "Everest, the death zone": In the wake of the 1996 disaster that took eight climbers in a single day, scientists follow a team of hikers to measure, for the first time ever, the toll high-altitude climbing takes on the heart, lungs, blood, and brain. "Everest, the mystery of Mallory and Irvine": The story of the early attempts on Mt. Everest and an exploration of the mystery surrounding the disappearance of George Mallory and Andrew Irvine just below the summit in 1924. "Lost on Everest": In May 1999, when Conrad Anker and his team accomplished their mission on Everest to discover the frozen body of George Mallory, legendary British mountaineer, their work had only just begun. Was there physical evidence to prove that Mallory reached the summit of Mount Everest 29 years before Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay? The film reveals the clues to this mystery offered by Mallory's body, clothes and personal belongings and offers archival film footage of Mallory's expeditions.