The crew head for Chile to celebrate Christmas
Find out why one of the most powerful tools of the Second World War was never used.
We celebrate one of Britain's most ingenious and prolific engineers - Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Dan Cruickshank travels back to the dawn of the first regular steam service.
Marine species near the coast of South Africa.
Sharks reign in the southern Line Islands.
Could the treasure be battlefield booty?
Delve into the eerie, ancient world of witch-hunting in our special that exposes how our ancestors used an instructions manual ...
Drugs, criminals, addicts and the law all come together in these eye opening images.
Dr. Manning unlocks the mysteries of the most perfectly preserved T. Rex skull ever collected.
Phil reveals new evidence of quirky movements that adult and baby Titanosaurs made 70-million years ago.
Researchers fear a newest tourist craze may be upsetting sharks’ natural behaviour.
See images from Jack The Ripper: The German Suspect.
How do you move monstrous mammals, enormous elephants, restless rhinos, hefty horses and speedy sharks?
Photo gallery of Fish hooks, Spoons and Coins from the My Dog Ate What?
See images from Who Sank The Bismarck? on National Geographic Channel.
Photo gallery from the Royal Navy Caribbean Patrol series on National Geographic Channel.
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