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  • Petra: Al Khazneh show

    Petra: Al Khazneh

    Al Khazneh is Petra’s architectural highlight. Find out about the engineering genius behinds its construction and who...

    (04:59)
  • 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)
  • St Pauls Cathedral: The Great Model Design show

    St Pauls Cathedral: The Great Model Design

    The equivalent of half a million dollars in today’s money, Sir Christopher Wren’s ‘great model design’ of St. Paul’s...

    (02:58)
  • Hagia Sofia: Decoration show

    Hagia Sofia: Decoration

    Discover the intricate detail of mosaics, gold and marble that went into the lavish decoration of Hagia Sophia.

    (03:00)
  • Angkor Wat: The Moat Explained show

    Angkor Wat: The Moat Explained

    Find out why the gigantic moat surrounding Angkor Wat was so important in the construction of this ancient megastructure,...

    (03:00)
  • Angkor Wat: How was it Built? show

    Angkor Wat: How was it Built?

    Angkor Wat was like no other medieval building in the world when it was built. But how did the Cambodians build such an...

    (05:00)
  • Wren’s Best Building show

    Wren’s Best Building

    What was Sir Christopher Wren’s best building? Find out what building trumps St. Paul’s Cathedral as his major...

    (01:19)
  • Wren and St Paul’s Cathedral show

    Wren and St Paul’s Cathedral

    How does St. Paul’s Cathedral compare with other cathedrals around the world? Architect Alistair Lenczner from Foster &...

    (03:08)
  • What Makes a Good Architect? show

    What Makes a Good Architect?

    Historian Michael McNay looks at what makes a great architect and explains why Durham Cathedral in England is his ancient...

    (03:00)
  • Nigel Tufnel’s Experiments show

    Nigel Tufnel’s Experiments

    Nigel Tufnel experiments with harmonics and a potato, while discussing Stonehenge Decoded with National Geographic.

    (01:41)
  • Stonehenge “The Place Of Healing Theory” show

    Stonehenge “The Place Of Healing Theory”

    Was Stonehenge the ‘Lourdes’ of its day? It’s an alternative idea that our expert Mike Parker Pearson thinks could be in...

    (01:50)
  • Initiation Rituals show

    Initiation Rituals

    (03:24)
  • Furries show

    Furries

    Welcome to the secret world of furries - people who enjoy wearing animal costumes in their adult life.

    (03:00)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Churchill's German Army show

    Churchill's German Army

    The Allied victory of WW2 was helped along by a small group of unlikely soldiers – the Germans and Austrians who joined the...

    (02:40)
  • Black Belt in Prison show

    Black Belt in Prison

    The lone Brit in the prison survives because of his martial arts skills.

    (02:28)
  • The Real Goodfella show

    The Real Goodfella

    The real Henry Hill speaks out about the movie Goodfellas.

    (04:58)
  • Conterfeit Money show

    Conterfeit Money

    How did these guys produce hundred dollar bills from their kitchen?

    (02:56)
  • 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)