Sat, 22 Dec 10.30pm
Naval historians take a closer look at the Royal Navy's battle with Bismarck and how it changed the course of World War II.
Sat, 22 Dec 11.30pm
In 1960 construction of Europe's tallest dam is completed in Italy, but a dislodged mountainside causes a tsunami that kills more than 2000.
Sat, 29 Dec 10.30pm
We unravel the mysteries of what really happened in Waco, Texas, where 76 men, women and children died in a blazing inferno.
Sat, 29 Dec 11.30pm
Examine the events that led up to the 2011 Fukushima meltdown and, with spectacular hindsight, what could have been done to prevent it.
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.
Blending advanced CGI, re-enactments, archival footage, forensic science, dramatic eyewitness accounts and expert testimony, we recreate in gripping detail the final moments behind some of the most calamitous disasters of modern time.
Seconds From Disaster reconstructs the events leading up to the Paddington rail collision in London, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and one of the world's worst industrial accidents, in Bhopal, India. Blending advanced CGI, re-enactments, archival footage, forensic science, dramatic eyewitness accounts and expert testimony, experience first-hand, the gripping details of the final moments behind some of the world's most chilling disasters.
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