Drain The Oceans

Thursday 09.00pm

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Drain The Oceans

WHEN TO WATCH

  1. Thursday 25 April at 03.00pm

    Drain The Viking Seas (Season 3)

  2. Thursday 25 April at 09.00pm

    The Amber Room (Season 5)

  3. Friday 26 April at 03.00pm

    Drain The Atomic Ghost Fleet (Season 3)

Synopsis

Drain the Oceans dives deep into the unknown; a truly epic, truly original series that takes underwater adventure and earth science illustration into a whole new era. Ambitious exploration, advances in scientific research, and innovative technology mean Earth Science and History step forward to expose hidden evidence of the most amazing undersea mysteries, as never seen before.

Episodes

  • The Myth of the Pacific Pirate Ship

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    Fragments of porcelain and blocks of beeswax lead to a 250-year-old shipwreck and a forgotten trade route of vast cargo ships in the Pacific.

    Next Showing
    Sunday 12 May at 09.00am
    On National Geographic
  • Rise of the Mob

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    Hidden in the oceans, lakes and rivers of the US lie wrecks revealing secrets to the rise to power of the American Mob in the 1920s.

    Next Showing
    Saturday 11 May at 10.00pm
    On National Geographic
  • Secrets of the Dinosaurs

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    Palaeontologists journey from Patagonia to Canada to overturn popular misconceptions about dinosaurs and uncover the real Jurassic Americas.

  • Alaska

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    The hunt for a legendary ghost ship in Alaska reveals a corner of the United States once known as “Russian America.”

    Next Showing
    Saturday 11 May at 09.00am
    On National Geographic
  • Invasion USA

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    A shipwreck is thought to be a lost flagship from the War of 1812, and an artist uncovers her ancestor’s link to the burning of the White House.

  • $20 Million time bomb

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    The true story of one of the darkest crimes on the high seas; the sinking of the MV Lucona and its crew, all to claim a massive insurance pay out.

    Next Showing
    Saturday 18 May at 09.00am
    On National Geographic