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  • Red show

    Red

    (00:22)
  • Sleepwalking Murders show

    Sleepwalking Murders

    Experts investigate whether someone can really be capable of killing while they're asleep and if sleepwalking is a valid...

    (01:51)
  • 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. Paul's Cathedral show

    St. Paul's Cathedral

    When the Great Fire of 1666 destroyed St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, a Royal Commission turn to 35-year old astronomer,...

    (01:14)
  • St Pauls Cathedral: The Dome show

    St Pauls Cathedral: The Dome

    The most iconic element of St Paul’s is the mighty dome of St Paul’s, topped by a gold cross 111 metres above the ground....

    (02:59)
  • 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)
  • The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge show

    The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge

    The world’s longest suspension bridge is designed to withstand typhoons, tsunamis and earthquakes.

    (01:58)
  • 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...

    (04:52)
  • 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)
  • The Walking Whale show

    The Walking Whale

    15 million years ago a hungry land animal sought out a new source of food in the water, starting a spectacular evolutionary...

    (00:59)
  • The Dave Reed story show

    The Dave Reed story

    Dave Reed, budding fashion model, actor, artist, can trace some of his ancestry to the icy slopes of Central Asia, along with...

    (03:34)
  • 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)
  • Long Horned Beetle Versus Ants show

    Long Horned Beetle Versus Ants

    But the slippery bark of this birch proves this long horned beetle’s undoing. The mob rushes in to overpower it, dousing it...

    (01:30)
  • 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...

    (02:37)
  • Behind the scenes: Big Ant's Wheelchair show

    Behind the scenes: Big Ant's Wheelchair

    Big Ant explains how he built the wheelchair for the dog Brownie.

    (00:58)
  • Behind the scenes: Busting Miguel show

    Behind the scenes: Busting Miguel

    The Rescue Ink team busts Miguel for how he's treating his dog Zeus.

    (01:39)
  • Weaver ants show

    Weaver ants

    Mike Leahy visits a weaver ants nest in the Borneo jungle.

    (03:13)
  • Worms and rabies show

    Worms and rabies

    Dr Mike Leahy can't stress enough, the importance of washing fruit and vegetables if you want to avoid unsavoury diseases such...

    (03:10)
  • Scabies show

    Scabies

    Mike gets under the skin of scabies in Mumbai, one of the largest cities on the planet.

    (03:11)
  • The Vietnamese centipede and rove-beetle show

    The Vietnamese centipede and rove-beetle

    It’s one of the nastiest bugs Mike's hunted so far – with an agonising and toxic bite that can send your body into major...

    (04:32)