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  • Trains part 2 show

    Trains part 2

    Join Chris on a nostalgic journey from the 1820s charting the birth and growth of Britain's trains and railway systems.

    (01:01)
  • Collision Catastrophe show

    Collision Catastrophe

    Two cars and a pedestrian collide in this catastrophe at an intersection.

    (00:49)
  • Alien wind show

    Alien wind

    Unlike anything seen on earth, space storms get wilder the further away from our planet and into the solar system we travel.

    (01:01)
  • A Womb With A View show

    A Womb With A View

    A womb with a view. Was it cameras, models or CGI? The production team and scientific experts uncover the show's secrets.

    (03:04)
  • Baby Dino show

    Baby Dino

    Spanish colleagues show Phil the rare fossilized remains of a baby dinosaur and they photograph it.

    (03:16)
  • Special Effects Photography and CGI show

    Special Effects Photography and CGI

    Special Effects Photography and Computer Generated Images. How the jaw dropping effects were created – from the blink of a do...

    (04:52)
  • The Beginnings show

    The Beginnings

    What would happen if all the oil in the world suddenly disappeared?

    (02:58)
  • Atlantic Hurricanes show

    Atlantic Hurricanes

    Research has found 90% of Atlantic hurricanes were preceded by lightning storms over the highlands of East Africa in Ethiopia. ...

    (03:00)
  • Kamchatka Salmon Season show

    Kamchatka Salmon Season

    As day breaks, everything seems normal. But the bears wake to good news. Salmon numbers in the lake have reached a critical lev...

    (02:37)
  • The Arctic Wrangel Island show

    The Arctic Wrangel Island

    While young harp seals take to the sea, their nemesis roams the ice. Polar bears spend most of their lives on the frozen pack h...

    (03:20)
  • A Scream in The Night show

    A Scream in The Night

    Why are certain sounds scarier than others?

    (01:16)
  • The Keck Telescope show

    The Keck Telescope

    Our intrepid investigator Richard Hammond takes us on an incredible voyage through space and time, and re-creates an ancient an...

    (01:52)
  • Equations show

    Equations

    An anthropologist calculates the speed of an animal from the length of its stride and the height of its hips.

    (03:10)
  • Apollo Robbins on Fear show

    Apollo Robbins on Fear

    Apollo explains how fear and magic can work side-by-side.

    (01:55)
  • Deadly dust show

    Deadly dust

    How would Earth cope in a martian storm?

    (00:52)
  • A Jerk in the Winner’s Circle show

    A Jerk in the Winner’s Circle

    When it comes to some aspects of dating being a jerk has its advantages.

    (02:09)
  • An engineer's dream job show

    An engineer's dream job

    Meet an engineer who set up an experiment to find out how many balloons it takes to lift a house.

    (01:09)
  • Volcano show

    Volcano

    Experts look at the history and power of volcanoes and ask if modern cities face annihilation in a mega-eruption.

    (00:54)
  • Good Vibrations show

    Good Vibrations

    This visually awesome experiment shows the complex patterns of sound waves in sand, letting you see what your brain hears.

    (01:36)
  • Nondisclosure show

    Nondisclosure

    Being a witness to classified activities in Area 51 could end careers.

    (00:54)