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Watch More Than 2000 High-Quality Documentaries For Free

The web is full of top-quality documentary films that you can watch online for free.  Trouble is, it's difficult and time-consuming to find, grade and categorize them, so you often end up watching something that's not up to scratch.

Which is why is so handy.  The guys behind this site have done all the hard work of locating, quality-checking and categorising everything and, as you can see from the partial list below in the screen shot, there are loads of topics to choose from.  In total there's more than 2000 videos online, all available to watch in your web browser.

The site is free to use, too.

My thanks to Will for suggesting this site, in a comment to a story about a similar site that I published earlier this year.  That site, at is also still going strong too.





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by Stephen47 on 5. January 2013 - 2:01  (104234)

This site isn't really free. Every time I try to download a documentary I am directed to Graboid which, after a meager trial download you have to pay. I think you need to reconsider your recommendation.

by MidnightCowboy on 5. January 2013 - 4:55  (104235)

If you read the article it says "to watch in your web browser". What you are seeing is for downloading the documentaries. MC - Site Manager.

by safariman on 30. December 2012 - 0:03  (104091)

I don't know if it's just me, or if the site(s) are country sensitive, but as soon as I attempt to watch a few science documentaries (as with your previous site suggestion),I keep getting video not available or video deleted etc.
I guess my problem is I should be watching the docs that are really important:"Inside Sumo","What Killed Arafat?", and last but not least"Who Really Invented Vodka?"

by Mic59 on 30. December 2012 - 9:16  (104099)

From France, I try to watch "Cracking the Colour Code Episode 1" and receive message
"Cette vidéo n'est plus disponible suite à une réclamation pour atteinte aux droits d'auteur soumise par Electric Pictures."

Why don't they remove it from their "Documentary list" ?

by jmjsquared on 29. December 2012 - 16:46  (104081)

Thanks for this additional tip. Your recommendation of was spot on, an excellent resource.