The Glow of the Arctic at…online

On Sunday (03/19/2023) “Canada – The glow of the Arctic” ran on TV. Here you can find out when and where you can see the country portrait as a repeat, whether only on “classic” TV or also digitally in the media library.

On Sunday (03/19/2023) “Canada – The Glow of the Arctic” was shown on television at 07:00 a.m.
You weren’t able to watch the show on Arte, but you still want to see “Canada – The Lights of the Arctic”? Take a look at the Arte media library. There you will find numerous TV reports to stream online as video on demand after the broadcast. You can usually find the program in the media library after it has been broadcast on TV. Unfortunately, that doesn’t apply to all programs. At Arte in classic TV there will be no repetition for the time being.

“Canada – The Glow of the Arctic” on TV: That’s what “The Glow of the Arctic” is about

In preparation for a new traveling exhibition in the US, Canadian painter Cory Trpanier travels to the Arctic to gather new impressions and shoot his fifth documentary. But a lot has changed there since his first visits: the melting ice paved new trade routes in an increasingly resource-hungry world, and the landscapes and inhabitants of this remote region have not been protected from the consequences of globalization since then. Cory Trpanier and his friends cover a total of 25,000 kilometers in nine weeks. You’ll explore the Arctic in the company of experienced Inuit, paddle the northernmost rivers of the Americas and follow in the footsteps of famous polar explorers like John Rae and John Franklin. You will traverse the Northwest Passage and spot wildlife such as wolves and bears. Cory Trpanier wants to paint the waterfalls in the Arctic Circle, but a horde of mosquitoes thwarts his endeavor. As he sets up his easel in a swaying canoe, he feels a deep connection to these ever-changing landscapes, which he wants to convey to those who will never see them with their own eyes. The documentary takes viewers on a journey to the majestic Arctic, explains the consequences of climate change and questions the development of new resources by humans in previously untouched areas. (Source: Arte, transmitted by FUNKE program magazines)

All information about “Canada – The glow of the Arctic” on TV at a glance

Theme: Lnderportrt

At: Art

year of production: 2019

Lnge: 50 minutes

In HD: Yes

The next broadcast dates of “Canada – The Lights of the Arctic” on TV

Where and when you can watch the rerun of “Canada – The Lights of the Arctic” read here:

(The details of the season and episode number are assigned by the respective broadcasters and may differ from the designation in official episode guides)