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  • Thunder Bolts and Lightning show

    Thunder Bolts and Lightning

    If there is no smoke without fire, can there be lightning without thunder?

    (01:42)
  • Fired Up show

    Fired Up

    What goes up must come down… so is it possible to be killed by a bullet shot straight up into the air?

    (01:50)
  • A Comet Tale show

    A Comet Tale

    What would happe if the Earth were to pass through the tail of a comet?

    (01:35)
  • Shock and Awe show

    Shock and Awe

    Why does static electricity build on televisions, computer monitors and human hair?

    (01:28)
  • Tickle Me, Myself and I show

    Tickle Me, Myself and I

    As well as being fun, the humble tickle has been used as a form of torture… but have you ever tried to tickle yourself?

    (01:32)
  • Baby Steps show

    Baby Steps

    If human adults are so clearly superior when compared to other animals, why are human babies so inferior?

    (01:45)
  • Farewell My Sun show

    Farewell My Sun

    The sun should be around for at least another five billion years. But what if it were to suddenly disappear?

    (01:45)
  • Underwater Metropolis show

    Underwater Metropolis

    Aliwal Shoal, one of our most remarkable treasures hidden beneath the ocean.

    (03:03)
  • The Aghulas current show

    The Aghulas current

    At Aliwal the first season visitors are sand sharks.

    (03:04)
  • Life at Aliwal show

    Life at Aliwal

    Aliwal is the result of thousands of years of geological transformation, that continues to this day.

    (03:02)
  • Underwater battle show

    Underwater battle

    For all its beauty, Aliwal is still a wilderness, governed by the strict laws of nature.

    (03:03)
  • Five pieces to the puzzle show

    Five pieces to the puzzle

    A group of marine experts from around the globe with a common aim: to create a new protected area in Kiribati.

    (03:02)
  • Colourful corals show

    Colourful corals

    Spectacular! a territory dominated by coral.

    (03:03)
  • Diving the Bahamas show

    Diving the Bahamas

    A window to the past

    (03:02)
  • Island Ecology show

    Island Ecology

    The Bahamas was once a thriving eden… what happened?

    (02:50)
  • The Lost World show

    The Lost World

    Take a look to the lost world

    (03:05)
  • Real Life Buried Treasure show

    Real Life Buried Treasure

    This metal detector enthusiast made the discovery of lifetime.

    (03:00)
  • Welding A Saxon Sword show

    Welding A Saxon Sword

    How much do we know about how these swords were made in the Dark Ages?

    (02:54)
  • Space Storms show

    Space Storms

    Join us to unravel the mysteries of the wildest storms in the solar system.

    (03:00)
  • Mystery of the Dunes show

    Mystery of the Dunes

    NASA scientists Rosaly Lopes and Steve Wall are trying to solve the mystery of the biggest dunes ever found outside the Earth.

    (03:00)