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06:00
Today's episode comes from the foreshore at Westminster, the epicentre of political power and the heart of our capital city for nearly 900 years. The Mud Men hunt for medieval finds linked to the palace.
07:00
This episode uncovers the secret surveillance methods the American government and big businesses use to watch, monitor and record our every move.
08:00
From Mexico's mystifying Zone of Silence, to Markawasi Plateau in Peru, known for its frequent UFO sightings, were these the homes of ancient extraterrestrials?
09:00
Could Thomas Jefferson's love life reveal how to stick to your diet? Plus, discover how John Kerry's infamous campaign gaffe holds the key to beating a car salesman at his own game.
10:00
Ringed planets are breathtaking, lethal and a constant source of surprise. The stunning rings of Saturn have mesmerised countless scientists over the centuries.
11:00
Patton ignores orders and pushes into the Sicilian capital without his British allies. Then he slaps two of his soldiers, risking his chance of ever commanding troops again.
12:00
Today's episode comes from the foreshore at Westminster, the epicentre of political power and the heart of our capital city for nearly 900 years. The Mud Men hunt for medieval finds linked to the palace.
13:00
This episode uncovers the secret surveillance methods the American government and big businesses use to watch, monitor and record our every move.
14:00
From Mexico's mystifying Zone of Silence, to Markawasi Plateau in Peru, known for its frequent UFO sightings, were these the homes of ancient extraterrestrials?
15:00
Could Thomas Jefferson's love life reveal how to stick to your diet? Plus, discover how John Kerry's infamous campaign gaffe holds the key to beating a car salesman at his own game.
16:00
Ringed planets are breathtaking, lethal and a constant source of surprise. The stunning rings of Saturn have mesmerised countless scientists over the centuries.
17:00
Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.
18:00
Johnny and Steve join a race to save the remains of a Roman villa from falling into the sea in Folkestone, where they also have a hairy shot at chariot racing.
19:00
This episode delves into the world of terrorism on American soil and reveals how authorities are working to stop these radical groups. Deputy Chief of LAPD Counter Terrorism, Michael Downing reveals terrorist's recruiting tactics in American prisons.
20:00
Could aliens have told Joan of Arc how to beat the English army? And could a US serviceman have received a message when he touched a spaceship? Experts investigate.
21:00
In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.
22:00
Every year thousands of objects both natural and man-made plummet through our atmosphere and crash into the Earth. These menacing messengers from the sky provide scientists with amazing insights into the phenomena of the cosmos.
23:00
Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.
00:00
Johnny and Steve join a race to save the remains of a Roman villa from falling into the sea in Folkestone, where they also have a hairy shot at chariot racing.
01:00
This episode delves into the world of terrorism on American soil and reveals how authorities are working to stop these radical groups. Deputy Chief of LAPD Counter Terrorism, Michael Downing reveals terrorist's recruiting tactics in American prisons.
01:50
Could aliens have told Joan of Arc how to beat the English army? And could a US serviceman have received a message when he touched a spaceship? Experts investigate.
02:40
In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.
03:30
Every year thousands of objects both natural and man-made plummet through our atmosphere and crash into the Earth. These menacing messengers from the sky provide scientists with amazing insights into the phenomena of the cosmos.
04:20
Marred by recent misconduct, Patton is assigned to a fictitious army as part of a ruse to fool the Germans. He then leads one of his famously fast armoured attacks.
05:10
Is space warp-drive technology possible? Discover the array of spacecraft being designed which could see man travel through the 'final frontier'.
06:00
Johnny and Steve join a race to save the remains of a Roman villa from falling into the sea in Folkestone, where they also have a hairy shot at chariot racing.
07:00
This episode delves into the world of terrorism on American soil and reveals how authorities are working to stop these radical groups. Deputy Chief of LAPD Counter Terrorism, Michael Downing reveals terrorist's recruiting tactics in American prisons.
08:00
Could aliens have told Joan of Arc how to beat the English army? And could a US serviceman have received a message when he touched a spaceship? Experts investigate.
09:00
In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.
10:00
Every year thousands of objects both natural and man-made plummet through our atmosphere and crash into the Earth. These menacing messengers from the sky provide scientists with amazing insights into the phenomena of the cosmos.
11:00
Could aliens have told Joan of Arc how to beat the English army? And could a US serviceman have received a message when he touched a spaceship? Experts investigate.
12:00
In Iraq and Syria, thousands of ancient artifacts and relics have been deliberately destroyed. In the highlands of Tibet and the jungles of Central America, sacred texts have been systematically destroyed. Could this all be by design?
13:00
Series examining 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence on Earth. Discover what secrets extraterrestrials may have left behind and how spacemen might have shaped our world.
14:00
Why do many cultures tell similar tales of monsters and giants? Could they be eye-witness accounts of extraterrestrials? Series examining evidence of aliens on Earth.
15:00
From Mexico's mystifying Zone of Silence, to Markawasi Plateau in Peru, known for its frequent UFO sightings, were these the homes of ancient extraterrestrials?
16:00
Could aliens have told Joan of Arc how to beat the English army? And could a US serviceman have received a message when he touched a spaceship? Experts investigate.
17:00
A modern jetliner crashes with 228 people on board. An oil refinery erupts in Utah, sending shockwaves through town and damaging over 100 homes. Manhole covers explode around the country, killing people and destroying property.
18:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
19:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
20:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
21:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
22:00
An explosion in a San Bruno, California destroys homes and kills residents. An experienced captain and crew sail their ship into the path of Hurricane Sandy, leaving many asking why. Was it an engineering failure or human error?
23:00
A modern jetliner crashes with 228 people on board. An oil refinery erupts in Utah, sending shockwaves through town and damaging over 100 homes. Manhole covers explode around the country, killing people and destroying property.
00:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
01:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
01:50
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
02:40
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
03:30
An explosion in a San Bruno, California destroys homes and kills residents. An experienced captain and crew sail their ship into the path of Hurricane Sandy, leaving many asking why. Was it an engineering failure or human error?
04:20
A modern jetliner crashes with 228 people on board. An oil refinery erupts in Utah, sending shockwaves through town and damaging over 100 homes. Manhole covers explode around the country, killing people and destroying property.
05:10
Jets of high-energy light are propelled into space and can emit intense radiation for years. Astronomers believe this creates the building blocks of planets, people and plants. The Supernova hunters look at recorded supernovas throughout time.
06:00
A modern jetliner crashes with 228 people on board. An oil refinery erupts in Utah, sending shockwaves through town and damaging over 100 homes. Manhole covers explode around the country, killing people and destroying property.
07:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
08:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
09:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
10:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
11:00
An explosion in a San Bruno, California destroys homes and kills residents. An experienced captain and crew sail their ship into the path of Hurricane Sandy, leaving many asking why. Was it an engineering failure or human error?
12:00
A modern jetliner crashes with 228 people on board. An oil refinery erupts in Utah, sending shockwaves through town and damaging over 100 homes. Manhole covers explode around the country, killing people and destroying property.
13:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
14:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
15:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
16:00
'Engineering Disasters' goes beyond the headlines to uncover what really happened in the most notorious engineering accidents.
17:00
Join an expedition to try to lure a Bigfoot within range of TV cameras to prove that the monster exists. Plus, scientists evaluate famous footage of the creature: real or a hoax?
18:00
A monument carved out of rock and a monster-sized super-dome are the feats of engineering defy explanation, yet they were actually built thousands of years ago. The Great Pyramid was the tallest structure on earth for over 4,000 years.
19:00
Could Thomas Jefferson's love life reveal how to stick to your diet? Plus, discover how John Kerry's infamous campaign gaffe holds the key to beating a car salesman at his own game.
20:00
Investigating the theory that an ice-free Antarctica may have been colonised by extraterrestrials in the remote past, before a global catastrophe plunged it into an ice age.
21:00
In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.
22:00
The final installment in the series examines the lasting impact of the American Civil War in vivid colour, from the plunge into depression to the lives of former slaves in the Deep South.
23:00
Join an expedition to try to lure a Bigfoot within range of TV cameras to prove that the monster exists. Plus, scientists evaluate famous footage of the creature: real or a hoax?
00:00
A monument carved out of rock and a monster-sized super-dome are the feats of engineering defy explanation, yet they were actually built thousands of years ago. The Great Pyramid was the tallest structure on earth for over 4,000 years.
01:00
Could Thomas Jefferson's love life reveal how to stick to your diet? Plus, discover how John Kerry's infamous campaign gaffe holds the key to beating a car salesman at his own game.
01:50
Investigating the theory that an ice-free Antarctica may have been colonised by extraterrestrials in the remote past, before a global catastrophe plunged it into an ice age.
02:40
In this episode, a flaming tornado terrorises a team of firefighters; a Hawaiian volcano wipes an island paradise off the map; and an avalanche of rocks and debris obliterate a village in Honduras.
03:30
The final installment in the series examines the lasting impact of the American Civil War in vivid colour, from the plunge into depression to the lives of former slaves in the Deep South.
04:20
An explosion in a San Bruno, California destroys homes and kills residents. An experienced captain and crew sail their ship into the path of Hurricane Sandy, leaving many asking why. Was it an engineering failure or human error?
05:10
A useful tool for astronomers, a constellation is a group of stars that are connected together to form a figure. Discover their history and how they originated.