Ever wondered what a 19th century fort looks like? Look no further, Al Qila’ depicts the historical accounts of Al Ain forts and their legends. The architectural documentary stands apart in its format as its presenter, Emirati photographer Musaab Al Musaabi, uses his camera to bring the forts’ history to life, while their facts – and mysteries – are narrated in verse.
The olden Hajj pilgrims are presented by historian Ali bin Ahmed Al Kindi in the ‘Al Mawared’ documentary. The programme traces the journey taken by these men from Al Ain to the UAE borders, a journey through the desert full of dangers and challenges. In the face of hardship, the pilgrims found strength in their faith, becoming stronger and even more resilient.
A creature of great beauty, the Arabian horse has inspired poetry, art, and even legends. Now it has inspired ‘Al Fursan’, a documentary following the footsteps of the UAE equestrian heritage throughout history.
'Al Juzor' (The Islands) explores the treasures of over 200 islands in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. Some blessed with freshwater, others the site of centuries-old ruins, but most are home to rich wildlife. Abu Dhabi’s islands have extraordinary stories revealed by the Emirati coastal expert Mohammed Saber Al Mazrouei, the programme’s presenter.
Emirati people who have made a difference are the focus of ‘Asakum Thukhir’. The programme presents UAE personalities from the social-economic-cultural scene who have left lasting impressions. Through interviews, we get an insider’s view into the lives of the extraordinary people of this country.
Dreams Come True! Hayati fi Madinaty proves it with inspirational stories of young Emirati men and women who talk about their careers and dreams. Talented, ambitious and unyielding, they have earned the support of their leaders and organizations. Watching the programme would give a boost of confidence to anyone eager to achieve more in life!
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The unbreakable relationship between a man and his falcon is finally demystified in ‘Ya Tayr’, by expert falconer Ahmed bin Hayyay Al Mansouri. The charismatic host introduces the magical life of falcons, their migration journeys, their habitats and their preying skills.
Just like his father and grandfather before him, Mohammed Saber Al Mazrouei (Abu Atiq) has been a fisherman all his life. As the presenter of the ‘Al Seef’ documentary, Abu Atiq tells the stories of his generation and takes the viewers on a seaside journey deep into the UAE’s maritime heritage.
Spiced with culinary traditions using fresh, local ingredients, ‘Hanhom’ is a gastronomic journey through the rich tastes and flavours of the Arabian Peninsula. Shaikha Al Ali, visits the farms of the UAE, where local produce is prepared into fresh, hearty meals.
Eissa Al Muhairi likes selfies, but not just any selfies. During his talk show, the presenter snaps his self-portrait in front of renowned tourist attractions across Abu Dhabi. Some are famous, some are hidden treasures, but Eissa knows them all and guides you on a tour of the best hangouts in the emirate!
Reem Nasser Al Otaiba gives the written words their own voice in the 'Qara’to Laka' literature talk show. She and her guests blow the dust off books that have shaped the Arab literature world, reviewing the most famous and engaging works of literature.
Follow the latest inventions and inventors through the scientific documentary Tech Head on Baynunah TV.
Get closer to the life of the sea and the ways of living in the past in the United Arab Emirates with the broadcaster Mohamed Saber bin Ablan Al Mazrouei in the program of Tulu3 Suhail "Al Seef 2" on Baynunah Channel
So, you think you can speak Emirati? Check out Ramsetna, a one-minute programme exploring the origins and meanings of colloquial Emirati Arabic words by asking people on the streets about a specific Emirati word. This short “filler” between programmes aims to preserve the linguistic heritage of the UAE in a fun and engaging way.