Still from episode Hairy Tales in The Nature of Things

Hairy Tales Trailer: The Complex Science of our Hair

Take a glimpse of the upcoming episode on The Nature of Things.

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Everyone has their bad hair days! Even hosts Anthony Morgan and Sarika Cullis-Suzuki know the pains of having a ’do that just won’t stay put. They explore their relationship with hair in their upcoming episode Hairy Tales on CBC’s The Nature of Things. On this 10th episode in season 63, Morgan and Cullis-Suzuki go from the salon to talking to doctors and researchers about our hair and the conditions that some people may face. This includes baldness, the mystery of whether hair turns gray due to stress, and the scientific implications of at home ‘hair hacks’.

Hairy Tales touches upon the complicated truth of our hair and shines a light on the fact that there really is no such thing as perfect hair. Who would have known there was such a science to the hair follicles on our head! Take a sneak peek of this episode with the trailer below. Hairy Tales airs on Thursday March 7th at 9:00pm ET on CBC and CBC Gem.

Alejandra De La Huerta is currently completing her studies at York University as a Media Arts student. She is with POV Magazine as a field placement student to learn more about documentaries, directors and the film industry. Alejandra has a strong passion for sharing stories on environmental issues and social justice and plans to make her own documentaries in the future. She enjoys photography and using 360 video to capture narratives through a new lens.

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