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THREE MINUTE TEASER

  • Vamping Out show

    Vamping Out

    (00:52)
  • The USS Nimitz show

    The USS Nimitz

    The biggest warship in the world owes her success to a century of innovation.

    (01:52)
  • The Burj Dubai show

    The Burj Dubai

    The tallest man-made structure on earth, a city in the sky, is the pinnacle of skyscraper engineering.

    (01:57)
  • Flying High show

    Flying High

    Our very own investigative engineering expert Sean Riley literally scrambles his brain in an air-pressure experiment that...

    (01:59)
  • Fantastic Voyage show

    Fantastic Voyage

    Revealing yet more marvels of modern construction, our investigative engineer Sean Riley explores the insides of a leviathan;...

    (01:52)
  • Behind the Scenes with Sean Riley show

    Behind the Scenes with Sean Riley

    We get up close and personal with Sean Riley to find out what makes him tick.

    (03:47)
  • Specialist Model Making show

    Specialist Model Making

    Specialist Model Making. A step by step guide to the techniques involved in sourcing, sculpting and painting the...

    (03:53)
  • Animals In The womb show

    Animals In The womb

    Animals in the womb. Behind the scenes of our first ever dolphin and elephant ultrasound scans... and the difficulties behind...

    (03:12)
  • 4D Ultrasound Technology show

    4D Ultrasound Technology

    4D Ultrasound Technology. The role of 4D scans in revealing the mystery behind multiples and some surprises from within the womb.

    (03:28)
  • Darwin's Lost Voyage show

    Darwin's Lost Voyage

    Follow Armand Leroi as he retraces Darwin's steps and discovers what inspired his groundbreaking ideas.

    (02:06)
  • Extreme Ice show

    Extreme Ice

    As scientists try to forecast the future consequences of the big melt, internationally acclaimed photographer James Balog is...

    (01:13)
  • Melting Away show

    Melting Away

    In the next hundred years, the oceans will expand on their own as they warm, accounting for about 30 centimeters of sea level...

    (03:00)
  • Oulet Glaciers show

    Oulet Glaciers

    Around 1997, there was an abrupt 1.6 degree Celsius jump in coastal water temperatures, exactly when the outlet glaciers began...

    (02:36)
  • Polar Ice Sheets show

    Polar Ice Sheets

    The abrupt collapse of the world’s mountain glaciers raises even more disturbing questions about the earth’s biggest...

    (02:47)
  • 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)
  • Time Lapse Camera show

    Time Lapse Camera

    Just down the fjord, Balog and Extreme Ice Survey engineer, Adam LeWinter, climb down to one of the time-lapse cameras they...

    (03:00)
  • Columbia Bay show

    Columbia Bay

    In the shallow waters of Columbia Bay, melting icebergs jam up before being carried away with the tide. This is the end of the...

    (03:00)
  • 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)
  • Solid and Liquid States show

    Solid and Liquid States

    What began as a photographic assignment has become a mind-blowing odyssey into an unpredictable world, where entire landscapes...

    (02:57)
  • An Interview with Chris Barrie show

    An Interview with Chris Barrie

    Chris Barrie talks about his favourite machines, the hairy moments whilst filming this series and much more.

    (02:02)