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  • Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster show

    Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster

    More than 190 people died when a British car ferry capsized off Zeebrugge in March 1987. Why were the bow doors left open?

    (00:55)
  • The Boombox Explosion show

    The Boombox Explosion

    With the invention of the bombox came an entirely new era in music culture and technology.

    (02:44)
  • Downed Pilot show

    Downed Pilot

    A US fighter pilot was blown out of the air by a missile over Bosnia. He came down behind enemy lines and had to dodge Serbian ...

    (02:24)
  • Ice Age Britain show

    Ice Age Britain

    Tony Robinson takes a trip around the UK and visits this country's most scenic spots to expose our chilly past.

    (00:54)
  • Dutch Shipbuilding show

    Dutch Shipbuilding

    In the 17th century, the Dutch built ships on an incredibly vast scale.

    (03:02)
  • Fortress in the Forest show

    Fortress in the Forest

    A Nazi stronghold is explored by a WWII expert.

    (01:43)
  • The Art Detective show

    The Art Detective

    The Art Detective webisode from the Ancient X Files series on National Geographic Channel.

    (02:58)
  • Interview with George W. Bush show

    Interview with George W. Bush

    Ten years after the 9/11 attacks, former President George W. Bush reflects on that day.

    (02:28)
  • Monkey Thieves show

    Monkey Thieves

    The monsoon rains are still running late and not only is food shortage a problem, a handful of the troop fall foul of the monke...

    (00:59)
  • The Arctic Fox show

    The Arctic Fox

    The Arctic fox can tolerate temperatures down to minus seventy degrees Celsius by shunting blood flow away from its legs to mai...

    (03:51)
  • Inca Masonry show

    Inca Masonry

    How did the Inca build such stable structures, and how did they manage to move the stones into place?

    (02:48)
  • Hollywood Shootout show

    Hollywood Shootout

    The story of two armed bank robbers who, inspired by the movie Heat, take on 200 Los Angeles police officers.

    (02:00)
  • 9/11 Conspiracies show

    9/11 Conspiracies

    A team of experts attempt to unveil to truth behind the horrific events of September 11, 2001.

    (01:53)
  • Greyhound Of The Seas show

    Greyhound Of The Seas

    The Lusitania lies off the Irish coast in over 300 feet of water and is breaking up fast in the rough waters, making this exped...

    (02:54)
  • Escape from the North Tower show

    Escape from the North Tower

    Rescue workers struggle to help people exit the north tower seconds before it too collapses.

    (03:58)
  • Oasis show

    Oasis

    The group find an oasis in the city.

    (00:26)
  • The Arctic Harp Seals show

    The Arctic Harp Seals

    The Arctic ice blankets an area twice the size of Australia. Animals have adapted to live above and below its fickle surface. A...

    (03:02)
  • Invincible Vessel? show

    Invincible Vessel?

    Discover how Hitler's state-of-the-art killing machine the Bismarck now lies at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.

    (00:58)
  • A Classified Flying Machine show

    A Classified Flying Machine

    The Have Blue aircraft was a revolutionary design with one main goal: stealth!

    (01:51)
  • Paddington Train Crash show

    Paddington Train Crash

    Survivors recall the horrific events following the Paddington train collision in October 1999.

    (01:04)