From a container lorry about to drive onto a train crossing to a boatlift taking off in windy conditions, can you spot the clues and decode the danger?
From a racing car pit stop gone wrong to a perilous forklift problem, can you spot the clues and decode the danger in these caught-on-camera disasters?
From head-butting a watermelon to ice-skating, Richard Hammond explains the science behind the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
From ballet dancing to pillow fighting, Richard Hammond explains the science behind the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
The crews are facing life or death in the hunt for gold, as Cam's veteran welder is struck down and airlifted to hospital.
Film director Brett Ratner delves deeper into the most complex object in the known universe – the brain. New tools are helping scientists shed light on the mystery of consciousness and what makes us who we are.
Explore the terrifying consequences of flash floods and rising sea levels as experts explain how a massive volume of water might come to earth from space.
In 1985, an Air India flight explodes off the coast of Ireland. Investigators discover a bag checked in without the passenger boarding. A same day explosion in Tokyo is soon linked to this incident.
In 1996 a Birgenair Flight smashes into the ocean amid the confusing sound of multiple alarms. But disaster could have been averted if the pilot and crew had heeded warning signs even before take off.
Deep in a South African cave, an astounding discovery reveals clues to what made us human… Join a treacherous descent into this cave of spectacular and enigmatic finds, and discover their startling implications for the epic tale of evolution.
National Geographic Channel is peeling back the skin to go deep inside one of the Earth’s most featured and mysterious creatures, combining biology with palaeontology to explore the guts and glory of a T-Rex for the very first time.
The Northern Territory’s Mary River is home to thousands of cattle and the greatest density of saltwater crocs in Australia. When Matt and the boys arrive, the area is literally crawling with crocs. If the boys fall in, they’re dinner.
From spinning nunchucks to riding miniature motorbikes, Richard Hammond explains the science behind the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
From attempting a spinning karate kick to performing a chest bump, Richard Hammond explains the science behind the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
In this final episode, four British citizens who travelled to join ISIS must each decide if they believe in the cause enough to remain the growing danger they now find themselves in.
Award-winning National Geographic writer Neil Shea goes to the frontlines of the fight with the Islamic State to explain how this cultural mix makes the Kurds the best unified front to end ISIS, one of the most powerful terrorist networks in history.
Professor Jim Al-Khalili is on a mission to answer one very simple question: What is nothing? Dealing with science at the very limits of human perception, his journey ends with perhaps the most profound insight about reality that humanity has made.
Lamborghini's factory near Bologna, Italy, is building its fastest car ever: the Murcielago SV, of which just 350 will be made. Assembled and painted by hand, only 2.7 cars are completed per day.
Between 1405 and 1433, Chinese Admiral Zheng led one of the greatest fleets of medieval times down the maritime Silk Road. Now, historian Sam Willis traces this route from Kerala to Dubai to see how these spice filled waterways have changed.
Robert Joe, an urban explorer and Historian Dr Sam Willis are on a mission to uncover the secrets behind Heinrich Himmler’s Wewelsburg Castle in Germany.
There's a part of WWII that took place in secret, behind enemy lines, and with very high stakes: daredevil missions, dangerous assignments and secret operations that continue to mystify experts.
Wind back the clock to uncover the catalogue of errors that left America wide-open to its most devastating terrorist attack and hear from those who tried to stop the attacks on the day.
After a short flight from the Indonesian capital of Jakarta, Garuda Flight 200 hits the ground in Yogyakarta so hard it bounces violently twice before careening off the end of the runway. Of the 140 people on board, 21 are killed.
With bad luck, bait problems and big egos plaguing the Gloucester fleet’s North Atlantic Bluefin tuna season, the captains are more determined than ever to top the leaderboard with a big catch.
Nearing the end of the North Atlantic Bluefin tuna season, Captain Dave Carraro must decide whether to put fishing ahead of friendship and fracture ties with an important ally.
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