Host Mo Rocca shows us how returning wolves to Yellowstone National Park have changed nature; and reveals the rivalry between Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison.
Host Mo Rocca shows us the coolest toy for horses, demonstrates the science of gravity with bowling balls and makes plastic from banana peels.
From turning on a jet ski to standing on your head, Richard Hammond explains the science behind the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
From dancing on a chair to playing racquet sports, Richard Hammond explains the science behind the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
Over the years Eric Cheng has dived with the planet’s most magnificent creatures. Now he is determined to use his photography to tell the true story of the most misrepresented and demonised species of all – sharks.
As our planet dries up, our access to water can become a dangerous weapon of war and, as this episode shows, in some of the world's most vulnerable hotspots this water related conflict has already begun.
Scientists suspect an island off the northwest coast of Africa could someday trigger a tsunami the likes of which no human has ever seen, spawning city-destroying waves.
Join host Peter Sagal as Explorer travels to Japan to investigate the problem of a dwindling population then meet an Iraqi grandmother who is leading the fight against ISIS.
After United Airlines Flight 173 loses all four engines and crash-lands in Portland, Oregon, it's up to investigators to figure out how a landing gear problem could have brought down a plane.
A plane carrying one of Russia’s most popular hockey teams runs off the end of the tarmac and crashes into the Volga River, leaving investigators struggle to determine what went wrong.
Railways were the lifeblood of the Nazi empire, a vast network of depots, weapons and bunkers that spread Nazi control across Europe and beyond. But along with this, their most sinister function was as part of the Final Solution.
This is the story of how World War II actually began on 7 July 1937, when 14 million Chinese lives were lost in a brutal Pacific war over eight years. Few survivours remain but those who do now share stories of great brutality.
This is an introduction to the descendants, family members, acquaintances and employees of Adolf Hitler and the unknown story of the dramatic fates of those related to the most hated man in history.
With new teaching duties, Einstein finally begins to experience the academic life he long coveted. However this new happiness comes at the price of his family who are tested even further when he is reintrodued to his cousin Elsa.
In this landmark series David Attenborough discovers the glorious variety of life on Earth. Fly with the birds and explore their diversity: soaring with the lammergeyers and dancing with a thousand flamingos in the lakes of Africa.
In this landmark series David Attenborough discovers the glorious variety of life on Earth. Take to the skies with millions of monarch butterflies in Mexico and join the marching columns of grass cutter ants.
Up in the Northern Territory, Matt Wright and the boys must control the croc population in a water system alongside a cattle station - but the monsoon is on the horizon and they’ll have to finish a week’s worth of work in only 48 hours.
Up in the Northern Territory, the giant croc Matt Wright’s been hunting has smashed his traps again. Matt and the boys head to the swamp to flush him out but this massive croc will push Matt to his limits
Learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when skiing, operating a digger or attempting stunts on a motorbike.
Learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when leaping out of trees, sumo wrestling or attempting a ramp jump on a moped.
Learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when kayaking over waterfalls, cross country running or cycling down mountains.
Learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when cycling through water, attempting tricks on a hoverboard or spinning in a cyr wheel.
Hours after passing a safety test, an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico starts shooting flammable gas and crude oil, killing 11 workers. What decisions and failings led to the world’s biggest oil spill?
Terrifying failings give terrorists free reign of India's largest city, killing at will in front of the world's cameras, leaving 166 dead and Mumbai officials and residents to pick up the pieces.
This is the story of Fidel Castro’s rise to power and a defiance he maintained until his death at 90. Someone who went from being a symbol of revolution, to a man wielding power like a tyrant and pushing the western world to the brink of nuclear war.
When Proteus Airlines Flight 706 suddenly explodes after deviating from their flight path, investigators turn to a local journalist who from a nearby plane captures the scene as the wreckage falls from the sky.
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