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  • Petra: Water in the Desert show

    Petra: Water in the Desert

    Discover how the Nabutian builders of Petra transported water through the scorching desert using terracotta pipes, and...

    (02:59)
  • St Pauls Cathedral: Parliament show

    St Pauls Cathedral: Parliament

    Sir Christopher Wren made a colossal gamble in completing St. Paul’s Cathedral, putting in the equivalent of $6 million of...

    (03:00)
  • St Pauls Cathedral: Religious Conflict show

    St Pauls Cathedral: Religious Conflict

    It was 9 years after the Great Fire of London before work on St Paul’s Cathedral began. But in an age of intense religious...

    (02:59)
  • Hagia Sofia: Historical Updates show

    Hagia Sofia: Historical Updates

    Discover the architectural updates that have been made to Hagia Sophia over the centuries to support the building and the...

    (02:57)
  • Machu Picchu: Mountain Building show

    Machu Picchu: Mountain Building

    Machu Picchu is a spectacular sight, but its location meant considerable hardship for builders. Heavy rainfall and earthquake...

    (02:59)
  • Angkor Wat show

    Angkor Wat

    Home to more than 1 million people in the twelfth century and larger than any European Cathedral, Angkor Wat remains one of...

    (00:53)
  • Angkor Wat: Magic Stone show

    Angkor Wat: Magic Stone

    Laterite, a ‘magic stone,’ was massively important in the construction of Angkor Wat, plus, we uncover the difficulties...

    (03:00)
  • Wren’s Best Building show

    Wren’s Best Building

    What was Sir Christopher Wren’s best building? Find out what building trumps St. Paul’s Cathedral as his major...

    (01:19)
  • Wren and St Paul’s Cathedral show

    Wren and St Paul’s Cathedral

    How does St. Paul’s Cathedral compare with other cathedrals around the world? Architect Alistair Lenczner from Foster &...

    (03:08)
  • Building Through History show

    Building Through History

    Discover how the pyramids, Victorian railways and Wembley stadium are all connected. Confused? Alistair Lenczner from...

    (01:19)
  • Gospel of Judas show

    Gospel of Judas

    The theological implications of this important biblical document are explored by scholars and scientists.

    (01:04)
  • Laser Tracking show

    Laser Tracking

    After several days of laser tracking, Tad Pfeffer knows how fast the Columbia is moving, 16 meters per day, eight times faster...

    (02:56)
  • Expansion and Contraction show

    Expansion and Contraction

    Over the millennia, the expansion and contraction of ice across the continents has fundamentally altered the planet, gouging...

    (02:54)
  • Making of Britain's Greatest Machines show

    Making of Britain's Greatest Machines

    The making of Britain's Greatest Machines with Chris Barrie.

    (02:05)
  • An interview with Hugh Whitworth show

    An interview with Hugh Whitworth

    Series Producer, Hugh Whitworth, talks about making Britain's Greatest Machines.

    (03:11)
  • Physical characteristics show

    Physical characteristics

    No one knows for sure why Asian or any other physical features took shape.

    (03:12)
  • Kerry Nicholson Gonzalez show

    Kerry Nicholson Gonzalez

    While Kerry can trace back about three generations to a faraway land, her DNA can take her back more than six thousand...

    (03:09)
  • Random New Yorkers and their DNA show

    Random New Yorkers and their DNA

    A handful of random New Yorkers discover their own personal histories and we discover how humans populated the entire world.

    (03:12)
  • The Secret Forest Harlequin Ducks show

    The Secret Forest Harlequin Ducks

    Harlequin ducks will endure the long winter here. Meantime, they bob around like corks in the breakers and dive beneath the...

    (03:06)
  • The Secret Forest Chinese Turtles show

    The Secret Forest Chinese Turtles

    After a storm, Chinese turtles move in to check it out. When the lagoon formed, it trapped thousands of small fish. Bad news...

    (02:55)