CuriosityStream is an American nonfiction subscription video-on-demand streaming service which airs in sub-Saharan Africa on the DStv satellite network which delivers nonfiction documentaries and series about science, nature, history, technology, society and lifestyle.
DStv: Channel 185
Bouquet: Premium, Compact Plus
576i (SDTV, 16:9)
From the founder of the Discovery Channel, CuriosityStream showcases experts from Stephen Hawking to Veritasium's Derek Muller, with stunning visuals and storytelling to demystify science, technology, history and nature.
Whether you want to explore Mars or travel back to ancient civilizations, CuriosityStream adds new binge-worthy films and series each week.
The aim is to entertain, enlighten and inspire, with access available worldwide on television, laptops or mobile devices.
CuriosityStream's content library is divided into four main areas: Science, Technology, Civilization and Human Spirit. The sub-categories of these four pillars are divided as follows:
Biology, Earth, Genetics, Medicine, Mind, Nature, Physics, Space
Artificial Intelligence, Communications, Energy, Engineering, Nanotechnology, Privacy & Security, Social Web, Transportation
Business, Conflict, Democracy, Economics, Entrepreneurship, History, Politics, Society
Art, Character & Values, Creativity, Dramatic & Performing Arts, Health & Wellness, Literature, Music, Philosophy
Content available at launch in South Africa included Breakthrough, Butterfly Effect, 101 Events That Made The 20th Century, Apocalypse: WWI, Tales of Nature, The Secret Lives of Big Cats, Crime Scene Solvers, A Curious World, Scanning the Pyramids, Destiny of Rome, Bronze Age and The Twilight of Civilizations.