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  • Water Heater Experiment show

    Water Heater Experiment

    Tim Shaw conducts a science experiment to see what happens when a water heater is capped and the pressure builds.

    (04:07)
  • Profile: Lynn Bassford show

    Profile: Lynn Bassford

    Lynn Bassford describes her work over 23 years.

    (02:12)
  • Anne Rimoin on the Future of Pandemics show

    Anne Rimoin on the Future of Pandemics

    Anne Rimoin thinks it's imperative that we give people around the world the ability to identify and report disease.

    (00:56)
  • Targeting Aging With Metformin Study: Overview show

    Targeting Aging With Metformin Study: Overview

    TAME is researching ways in which the aging process is modifiable.

    (00:59)
  • The Robert E Lee Shipwreck show

    The Robert E Lee Shipwreck

    The wreck of a passenger freighter is discovered in the Gulf of Mexico, sunk by a Nazi U-boat in WW2.

    (02:17)
  • Exciting show

    Exciting

    (00:17)
  • The Alhambra: Water show

    The Alhambra: Water

    How did the Alhambra get water for survival? Find out how the practical uses of water created a beautiful oasis in the heart...

    (02:58)
  • Petra: Ancient City show

    Petra: Ancient City

    The ancient lost city of Petra is a magnificent sight – find out how it was discovered in the eighteenth century and why it...

    (02:28)
  • 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)
  • In The Womb: Extreme Animals show

    In The Womb: Extreme Animals

    A shark, an emperor penguin, a kangaroo and a parasitic wasp, from conception to birth.

    (02:10)
  • Last Living Dinosaur show

    Last Living Dinosaur

    From small viscous meat eaters to vegetarian giants, dinosaurs came in all shapes and sizes. Remarkable new evidence suggests...

    (00:59)
  • Siberia Musk Deer show

    Siberia Musk Deer

    With a face like a kangaroo and a vampire’s teeth, the musk deer makes his timid way through the woods in search of lichens....

    (03:01)
  • The Great Divide Highland European Bison show

    The Great Divide Highland European Bison

    Up above the tree line in the foothills of the Kavkazsky Nature Reserve a rare goliath lumbers across the grassy slopes. A...

    (03:00)
  • Geoff Marcy on Planets show

    Geoff Marcy on Planets

    Geoff Marcy discusses looking for planets around other stars.

    (03:33)
  • The Big Bang show

    The Big Bang

    13.7 billion years ago, our universe started with a colossal explosion called the big bang. That powerful blast created all...

    (03:08)
  • Emitting Light show

    Emitting Light

    The human eye is tuned in to just a very narrow band of the electromagnetic spectrum. In fact, what we can see is just a tiny...

    (04:00)
  • Blowing Up The Universe Premiere show

    Blowing Up The Universe Premiere

    In the known universe, there are powerful forces at work. With the energy to create and the power to destroy. It’s the raw,...

    (01:22)
  • Bat caves and cockroaches show

    Bat caves and cockroaches

    Mike visits the Gomantong Caves in Borneo, full of a million bats and a hundred foot pile of bat faeces. The place is crawling...

    (03:12)
  • Mosquitoes, dengue and favellas show

    Mosquitoes, dengue and favellas

    After warning us that Rio has a hidden killer, the dengue virus, carried by mosquitoes. Mike takes one of the city's more...

    (03:09)
  • The Beginnings show

    The Beginnings

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

    (02:58)