From driving a hovercraft to throwing a frisbee, Richard Hammond brings you the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
World-renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson goes on an exploration of the lives and deaths of the stars, including our very own sun.
Earth's wildest weather is nothing compared to other planets, where winds reach 17,000 kph and liquid methane rains. Brave the heart of the universe's biggest super-storms.
With time running out to catch the elusive North Atlantic Bluefin tuna, Tuna.Com has a narrow lead over Hot Tuna, putting pressure on the Lily to land a killer catch.
From climbing trees to sand-surfing, Richard Hammond brings you the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
Everyone wants to be number one and some will do anything to get ahead. National Geographic reveals the tricks to getting your dream job and scoring big at the races.
Jamaica’s Port Royal was the wildest New World town in the 1600s. Lost beneath the waves in an earthquake, it is a beautifully preserved sunken city. Now it returns to life like never before seen.
How do you land a plane with one engine dead and the other in flames? The crash of British Midland Flight 92 is one of the worst in British history and changes commercial aviation forever.
Thousands have died from it and organized crime gangs will kill for it. Get an inside look at the traffickers, dealers and users making ecstasy the most controversial drug on the planet.
For years drugs like LSD and magic mushrooms have attracted those looking to get high, but now a new group of users is turning to hallucinogens, not for fun, but to treat addiction and disease.
Designer drugs are a new battleground in the narcotic war. For a few dollars, users can access legal compounds that mimic the effects of cocaine, ecstasy or weed. But legal doesn’t always mean safe.
Go behind the scenes of Ferrari's top-secret factory in Marnello, Italy, to learn the design secrets of their newest sports car. See why autos with the Prancing Stallion emblem are so highly prized.
Whether you're trying to earn a big promotion, or just find a parking spot, we’re always competing. What is it about the human brain that makes you want to win at all costs?
We break down the science of a human cannon ball, and see can go wrong when attempting to run across rooftops for sport.
The mine hunters are in Colombia, traveling to the cloud-covered mountaintop emerald mines of the Chivor district.
Ten years after the Boxing Day Tsumani, mounting evidence suggests that most of the world’s coasts, including Australia, could be in grave danger. Where will the next “big one” strike?
On February 28, 1997, LAPD officers spot a robbery in progress while on routine patrol. But the situation that follows turns Hollywood movie-nasty with one of the most violent shootouts in US history.
Welcome aboard the OOCL Atlanta - all 134,000 tonnes of her.
Using first person footage, follow the men and women of the armed forces through the chaos of battle. While on a mission to check on the locals of the village, an Army platoon is attacked by the Taliban.
Using first person footage, follow the men and women of the armed forces through the chaos of battle. Taliban fighters turn the tables and ambush a small group of Marines from close range.
A United Nations DC-6 transport plane is flying a top-secret mission over central Africa with UN Secretary General Dag Hammarskjöld on board. But just moments before touchdown, the plane mysteriously crashes.
When Captain Sullenberger takes off from New York’s La Guardia Airport in 2009 and collides with a flock of birds, he makes an heroic emergency landing on the Hudson River, saving all 155 passengers.
The seas get rougher and the competition gets tougher as the captains of Wicked Tuna begin a third season, using the old-fashioned rod and reel to catch the elusive Bluefin tuna.
Almost halfway through the North Atlantic Bluefin tuna season, the Gloucester fleet has hit a lull in fishing, causing tempers to flare on the open sea.
A routine flight turns deadly when the pilots hear gunshots in the cabin. Moments later, the aircraft dives and crashes. With 43 people dead, investigators struggle to determine the intended victim.
Sick of forgetting your keys? Your memory shapes the story of your life and allows you to interact with the world. We’ll show you how to make the most of it.
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