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In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself getting out of vehicles, clearing snow off roofs or stalling a skateboard.
In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself on barefoot water, carrying trays, or jumping a river.
In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself whilst canoeing, jumping over nets, or trying tricks while on crutches.
In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself using inflatables on water slides, trying 12 o'clock wheelies, or catching a hard hat on your head.
Ten years after the finding of a new Coelacanth colony in South Africa, zoologist and deep-sea diver Dr Richard Pyle ventures below the surface to find and film this living fossil.
When North and South America were connected in the most cataclysmic geologic event of the last 60 million years, prehistoric predators and prey came face to face as their worlds collided.
We are in an escalating race with super-bugs and super-viruses: living organisms that attack our bodies, adapt to our treatments, evolve and fight back. Can the lessons learned in the past help defeat these modern day plagues?
Will Smith and some of the privileged few who have seen Earth from space, explain how our planet has been shaped by the same cosmic storms that could possibly have destroyed it.
October 1962. A secret mission sends Four Soviet Project submarines carrying nuclear torpedoes, racing toward Cuba and nearly ends with nuclear war.
When thousands of Taliban surrender in Afghanistan, it appears the US has won a key battle. But the prisoners revolt and take control of the prison in a massive battle captured on film by news crews.
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.
A car dashcam captures stunning footage of the moment TransAsia Flight 235 nosedived into Taipei’s Keelung River. Facing a barrage of questions, Taiwan’s Aviation Safety council soon discovered that the more clues they had, they greater the mystery.
Twenty minutes after leaving Egypt, a plane carrying Russian tourists falls out of the sky. Charred remains are all that's left of Metrojet 9268, and an international team of investigators is gathered to determine if this was an accident or terrorist retaliation.
Through a combination of populist charm and brutal violence, Idi Amin managed to rule Uganda for eight years. But how did he rise from his humble beginnings and build such a powerful dictatorship?
Hokkaido, one of the four large islands making up the archipelago, is a vast natural paradise. This journey over the four seasons of the year, between earth and sky, volcanoes and clear lakes, tells the unique story of people who live at one with nature.
Sir David Attenborough explores the world of predation as never before. In this episode he looks at the challenges faced by predators and prey in the dense, complex world of forests and jungles.
Award winning director Brett Morgan tells the story of Jane Goodall - a trailblazer whose chimpanzee research challenged the male dominated science community and revolutionised our understanding of the natural world.
An aerial exploration of China's vast interior, revealing the people who live in some of the most diverse landscapes on the planet.
Unconciously prepared for the incoming war, a generation of German boys dedicated their life to their supreme leader and were willing to follow him to the very end.
The first ever long-range rockets were built by the Nazis in top secret research labs, laying the technological foundations for the space race.
An internet romance blossoms for a British man and a Filipino woman when he flies to meet her. But when she falls pregnant her jealous estranged husband has them thrown in prison for adultery.
In 1972, a flight over Florida can't lower its landing gear. Switching to autopilot, the crew try to fix the problem. Nobody notices the plane descending towards remote swampland until it's too late.
A business jet and passenger jet clip wings over Brazil. The smaller jet miraculously lands but the passenger jet nosedives into the rainforest prompting improved on-board collision avoidance systems.
New England’s best bluefin tuna fishermen are in North Carolina’s treacherous fishing grounds to battle the local fleet. Two Southern boats are battling for first place but a surprise third contender may take the crown.
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