Two ingenious engineers work on their biggest challenge yet - to create a Kahn inspired Jeep that’s bigger and better than any that have gone before it.
Over halfway through the Bluefin tuna season, the desperation for pay checks grows and as the competition between the top boats heats up, the fleet is divided between the haves and the have nots.
From driving a hovercraft to throwing a frisbee, Richard Hammond brings you the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
From riding on an office chair to performing a head spin, Richard Hammond brings you the world’s most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
After taking off with a major storm on the horizon, Copa Airlines Flight 201 disappears from radar over one of the remotest jungles on Earth.
For the first time, after years of silence, Area 51 insiders spill their secrets and reveal what's really been going on inside the most secretive place on Earth.
Are there aliens in our galaxy? Some reputable scientists think so. Visit the seven places they think alien life may lurk. See what these life-forms might look like and how they would survive.
When rare photographs of the RMS Titanic's launch are unearthed, journalist and expert Senan Molony sets out to determine if a mark on the hull proves that a fire was behind the controversial maritime tragedy.
Maritime archaeologists investigate a 17th century wooden shipwreck sunk deep in the Baltic Sea. Blending adventure and cutting-edge technology, they set about salvaging its cargo with robots.
Never-before-seen treasures recovered from a shipwreck in the Indonesian straits paint a glorious picture of the 9th century and reveal an ancient Maritime Silk Route from the Middle East to China.
The screening team travels upcountry to remote areas of Benin to bring the resources of The Surgery Ship inland. Where they assist Faith - a young girl with severe bilateral bowed legs and Jonas - a return patient whose tumour grew back.
Uncover the technological innovations on six iconic liners, including the RMS Queen Mary, that have allowed the world's biggest cruise ship to be developed: the Independence of the Seas.
It's one of the trickiest waterways in the world. Thousands of ships risk being lifted over a 9-storey mountain range every year to deliver their goods faster. Demand is so high, traffic never stops.
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.
From the D-Day Landings in Normandy to Nazi Germany's surrender, take a look back at the final year of World War Two, the most deadly of all time.
When a cargo plane crashes within one mile of a Californian airport, investigators are faced with more of a task than they thought to determine what doomed the crew of Emery Worldwide Flights 17.
In 1971 a hijacker, named D.B. Cooper, parachuted from a plane with a request of $200 000, crafting the FBI's only unsolved hijacking case. Now, with help of modern forensics, experts hope DNA analysis will solve the mystery.
Join an epic journey by air showcasing China's diverse landscapes, extreme weather, massive cities and staggering infrastructure from overhead.
Port Royal, the 'wickedest city on Earth', famous for its Caribbean pirates, liquor and whores, is torn apart on June 7th 1692 by quake and tsunami. Now, combining science and CGI graphics, secrets of the final moments can be revealed.
Vladimir Putin has made it his mission to restore Russia to superpower status. This film examines how he is doing this and what it is that makes this man such a hero to his country while being an enemy to so many across the Western world.
It’s December 1943 and fuelled by the loss of his mentor in battle, the Commander of the USS Tang sets out for revenge on the Japanese fleet. While initially successful, the campaign takes a dramatic and unforgettable turn in the Formosa Strait.
The investigation into the deadliest crash in Ireland for decades reveals a startling gap in aviation safety that has put passengers' lives at risk.
In the midst of the Falklands War, a low level bomb attack from Argentinian jets capsizes the HMS Coventry within 20 minutes – why did the ship fall so quickly?
Think your brain is focusing on everything happening in front of you? Think you know exactly what is most important at any given moment? Think again.
Advances in science and engineering are bringing us closer to a reality in which artificial intelligence will become indistinguishable from - or perhaps even surpass - human intelligence. But how will this affect our evolution?
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