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History 2 HD
06:00
Johnny and Steve get down and dirty at one of the oldest trading sites in London – Billingsgate Market. Their fishy quest leads Johnny and Steve to make a 19th-century London favourite, jellied eels!
07:00
Chairman of Euro Pacific Precious Metals, Peter Schiff describes how gold could replace credit cards. Author, Matthew Hart details how the U.S. is storing gold that belongs to other countries, but may now be missing from the Federal Reserve's vaults.
08:00
During World War II, rumours spread that an aircraft had been built from extraterrestrial blueprints. Were aliens helping Hitler's quest for world domination?
09:00
Intriguing look at Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's attempts to create monsters by crossing humans with apes, as revealed in The New York Times in 2006.
10:00
On alien planets, they rain from the sky as scalding iron. They're so rare in the Universe, they almost don't exist, but these are the magical liquids of our Liquid Universe.
11:00
Denied a complete victory at the battle of Falaise Gap, Patton heads on to liberate Paris. But his glory is stolen again when the Free French Army enter the city first.
12:00
Johnny and Steve get down and dirty at one of the oldest trading sites in London – Billingsgate Market. Their fishy quest leads Johnny and Steve to make a 19th-century London favourite, jellied eels!
13:00
Chairman of Euro Pacific Precious Metals, Peter Schiff describes how gold could replace credit cards. Author, Matthew Hart details how the U.S. is storing gold that belongs to other countries, but may now be missing from the Federal Reserve's vaults.
14:00
During World War II, rumours spread that an aircraft had been built from extraterrestrial blueprints. Were aliens helping Hitler's quest for world domination?
15:00
Intriguing look at Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's attempts to create monsters by crossing humans with apes, as revealed in The New York Times in 2006.
16:00
On alien planets, they rain from the sky as scalding iron. They're so rare in the Universe, they almost don't exist, but these are the magical liquids of our Liquid Universe.
17:00
Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.
18:00
In Deptford, Steve and Johnny pull up some fantastic finds, including a rare 17th-century trading token and an 18th-century fake guinea used in gambling.
19:00
National Security Attorney Mark Zaid reveals details about the prestigious Delta Force unit that have remained a well-kept secret, until now.
20:00
Investigation into whether advanced technologies such as lasers and sonic weapons are merely rediscovered tools used by advanced beings in the past.
21:00
Recent archaeological discoveries reveal just what life on Earth looked like in the remote past, but how could various hominid species have developed separately around the globe? Is mankind the result of an extraterrestrial experiment?
22:00
Pulsars are tiny - only a few miles across - but they spin as fast as a kitchen blender and sweep the sky with beacons of radiation that make them appear to flash on and off. Quasars are at the other end of the spectrum.
23:00
Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.
00:00
In Deptford, Steve and Johnny pull up some fantastic finds, including a rare 17th-century trading token and an 18th-century fake guinea used in gambling.
01:00
National Security Attorney Mark Zaid reveals details about the prestigious Delta Force unit that have remained a well-kept secret, until now.
01:50
Investigation into whether advanced technologies such as lasers and sonic weapons are merely rediscovered tools used by advanced beings in the past.
02:40
Recent archaeological discoveries reveal just what life on Earth looked like in the remote past, but how could various hominid species have developed separately around the globe? Is mankind the result of an extraterrestrial experiment?
03:30
Pulsars are tiny - only a few miles across - but they spin as fast as a kitchen blender and sweep the sky with beacons of radiation that make them appear to flash on and off. Quasars are at the other end of the spectrum.
04:20
Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.
05:10
Planetary collisions, meteor impacts which cause mass extinctions, clusters of comets and asteroids: is our universe just one big cosmic shooting gallery?
06:00
In Deptford, Steve and Johnny pull up some fantastic finds, including a rare 17th-century trading token and an 18th-century fake guinea used in gambling.
07:00
National Security Attorney Mark Zaid reveals details about the prestigious Delta Force unit that have remained a well-kept secret, until now.
08:00
Investigation into whether advanced technologies such as lasers and sonic weapons are merely rediscovered tools used by advanced beings in the past.
09:00
Recent archaeological discoveries reveal just what life on Earth looked like in the remote past, but how could various hominid species have developed separately around the globe? Is mankind the result of an extraterrestrial experiment?
10:00
Pulsars are tiny - only a few miles across - but they spin as fast as a kitchen blender and sweep the sky with beacons of radiation that make them appear to flash on and off. Quasars are at the other end of the spectrum.
11:00
Patton's blitzkrieg is so successful that his army outruns its own supply lines, but as they capture the key city of Nancy, Hitler launches a major counterattack.
12:00
In Deptford, Steve and Johnny pull up some fantastic finds, including a rare 17th-century trading token and an 18th-century fake guinea used in gambling.
13:00
National Security Attorney Mark Zaid reveals details about the prestigious Delta Force unit that have remained a well-kept secret, until now.
14:00
Investigation into whether advanced technologies such as lasers and sonic weapons are merely rediscovered tools used by advanced beings in the past.
15:00
Recent archaeological discoveries reveal just what life on Earth looked like in the remote past, but how could various hominid species have developed separately around the globe? Is mankind the result of an extraterrestrial experiment?
16:00
Pulsars are tiny - only a few miles across - but they spin as fast as a kitchen blender and sweep the sky with beacons of radiation that make them appear to flash on and off. Quasars are at the other end of the spectrum.
17:00
Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.
18:00
Today the Mud Men are dipping their toes into different waters - London's Regent's Canal. It's not long before they start pulling up all things industrial, from padlocks to iron chains and even some Victorian jewellery.
19:00
Bob Hood, the former Warden at the United States Administrative Maximum Facility reveals what life is like for prisoners inside the gates of what is considered the most secure prison in America.
20:00
From a cave in Ecuador said to hold metal tablets containing alien knowledge, to an underground city in Turkey, these are the stories of supposed extraterrestrial lairs.
21:00
History is riddled with examples of people being fooled by simple tricks designed to confuse the human brain. The question is why do they work and why do we keep falling for similar deceptions?
22:00
Warp speed, transporters, wormholes and lasers are all staples of science fiction books, movies, and TV shows. But the fantastic world of tomorrow is quickly becoming the futuristic world of today.
23:00
Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.
00:00
Today the Mud Men are dipping their toes into different waters - London's Regent's Canal. It's not long before they start pulling up all things industrial, from padlocks to iron chains and even some Victorian jewellery.
01:00
Bob Hood, the former Warden at the United States Administrative Maximum Facility reveals what life is like for prisoners inside the gates of what is considered the most secure prison in America.
01:50
From a cave in Ecuador said to hold metal tablets containing alien knowledge, to an underground city in Turkey, these are the stories of supposed extraterrestrial lairs.
02:40
History is riddled with examples of people being fooled by simple tricks designed to confuse the human brain. The question is why do they work and why do we keep falling for similar deceptions?
03:30
Warp speed, transporters, wormholes and lasers are all staples of science fiction books, movies, and TV shows. But the fantastic world of tomorrow is quickly becoming the futuristic world of today.
04:20
Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.
05:10
Examine the efforts under way to establish a human colony on Mars, including plans to grow food, recycle waste water and introduce a breathable atmosphere.
06:00
Today the Mud Men are dipping their toes into different waters - London's Regent's Canal. It's not long before they start pulling up all things industrial, from padlocks to iron chains and even some Victorian jewellery.
07:00
Bob Hood, the former Warden at the United States Administrative Maximum Facility reveals what life is like for prisoners inside the gates of what is considered the most secure prison in America.
08:00
From a cave in Ecuador said to hold metal tablets containing alien knowledge, to an underground city in Turkey, these are the stories of supposed extraterrestrial lairs.
09:00
History is riddled with examples of people being fooled by simple tricks designed to confuse the human brain. The question is why do they work and why do we keep falling for similar deceptions?
10:00
Warp speed, transporters, wormholes and lasers are all staples of science fiction books, movies, and TV shows. But the fantastic world of tomorrow is quickly becoming the futuristic world of today.
11:00
Patton's men attack the heavily fortified city of Metz during a siege that lasts for weeks. Ammunition ran so low, his army resorted to using captured German shells.
12:00
Today the Mud Men are dipping their toes into different waters - London's Regent's Canal. It's not long before they start pulling up all things industrial, from padlocks to iron chains and even some Victorian jewellery.
13:00
Bob Hood, the former Warden at the United States Administrative Maximum Facility reveals what life is like for prisoners inside the gates of what is considered the most secure prison in America.
14:00
From a cave in Ecuador said to hold metal tablets containing alien knowledge, to an underground city in Turkey, these are the stories of supposed extraterrestrial lairs.
15:00
History is riddled with examples of people being fooled by simple tricks designed to confuse the human brain. The question is why do they work and why do we keep falling for similar deceptions?
16:00
Warp speed, transporters, wormholes and lasers are all staples of science fiction books, movies, and TV shows. But the fantastic world of tomorrow is quickly becoming the futuristic world of today.
17:00
The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.
18:00
Today's Mud Men comes from Blackwall, near London's financial district, where the boys discover about the link between Plague and Pilgrimages in Medieval Britain
19:00
This episode reveals the underground world of America's wealthiest citizens and the depths at which their power and influence take root. Do billionaires think they know better than the majority?
20:00
Biblical texts describe winged creatures carrying messages from the heavens. But are angels merely the product of the imagination - or do they really exist?
21:00
Find out more winning tactics, including how your favourite movie can make you more believable.
22:00
Star Clusters are the one-stop-shopping places for learning all about the nature and variety of stars in The Universe.
23:00
The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.
00:00
Today's Mud Men comes from Blackwall, near London's financial district, where the boys discover about the link between Plague and Pilgrimages in Medieval Britain
01:00
This episode reveals the underground world of America's wealthiest citizens and the depths at which their power and influence take root. Do billionaires think they know better than the majority?
01:50
Biblical texts describe winged creatures carrying messages from the heavens. But are angels merely the product of the imagination - or do they really exist?
02:40
Find out more winning tactics, including how your favourite movie can make you more believable.
03:30
Star Clusters are the one-stop-shopping places for learning all about the nature and variety of stars in The Universe.
04:20
The Battle of the Bulge kicks off in Belgium and, despite the worst weather in 20 years, Patton and his army race north to relieve the beleaguered defenders of Bastogne.
05:10
Take a tour through the Art Gallery of the Galaxy and view what are considered the crown jewels of the heavens. Nebulas are mysterious clouds of gas that aren't classified as stars, planets, moons or asteroids.