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From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind green beans, dried pasta, and iced tea.
From raw materials to finished products, how are mass-produced favourites really made? Discover the story behind Red Fusion smoothie, cinnamon rolls, and ice cream.
Swiss investigators must determine how a seasoned Alitalia crew flew their DC-9 into the ground on 14 November 1990. The aircraft was just a few miles short of a Zurich runway and crashed during the final approach.
Tim and Fuzz leave for South Yorkshire to pick up a 1953 Ferguson TE20 tractor. The Andrews farming family has owned Fergie since it was brand new.
Thord and Bjoern have a tough time when the police stop them midway through the rescue of a 35-tonne truck. Up north, Jo Roger tries to rescue a truck carrying 10 tonnes of salmon.
Climb aboard the Bismarck and Tirpitz, battleships of record-breaking proportions and the ultimate status symbols of the Third Reich.
Experts explore the revolutionary discovery of Gobekli Tepe; bodies unearthed in the muddy landscape of Ireland.
Maritime archaeologists and historians go in search of submerged evidence of the Civil War's forgotten battlegrounds. Scientific data and computer graphics drain the waters to showcase a conflict that rewrote the rules of warfare forever.
Archaeologist Pepi Papakosta is on a mission to find Alexander the Great's lost tomb. Excavating in the centre of Alexandria, Egypt, she has discovered a rare statue of Alexander and secret tunnels.
As the Mongolian landscape comes under threat, the need to find Genghis Khan's body becomes urgent. Experts set out to trace it, making a hugely important discovery.
The mystery of how a newly-discovered pre-human species lived and died may begin to answer the question of how we became human after one of the greatest fossil finds of all time: a two-million-year-old bone from a hominid species.
On the fourth leg of his Andes adventure, Hazen battles against winding canyons and sun-scorched salt flats to join a gruelling indigenous ceremony.
Two minutes after Scandinavian Airlines Flight 751 left Stockholm in 1991, smoke filtered through the cabin and both engines failed, one erupting into flames.
The history of the Hitler Youth began with that of the Nazi party in the 1920s. After a failed coup attempt in 1923, the Nazi Party and its leader, Adolf Hitler, seize power in 1933. The Hitler Youth movement progressively absorbs all other youth organisations and indoctrinates a new generation o...
A look at the hundreds of brainwashed Hitler youth members who fought the Allies. Those captured spent up to three years in denazification camps.
Footage reveals the hidden stories behind the collapse of France, from German soldiers celebrating on the Dunkirk beaches, to French civilians fleeing the Nazi advance.
Slamming into a mountain, Japan Airlines 123 becomes the deadliest single aircraft accident in history, and threatens to ground 747s worldwide.
Anelda Mare longs to travel but can't afford it until she's approached with an all expense trip to Brazil, which includes smuggling drugs.
A cop crackdown is making life difficult for cocaine dealer J-Stax, and driving his clients to meth. But a meth habit is hard to hide.
When Diego finds an old plane being sold for parts, he makes a deal that he can keep whatever precious metals he can pull recover.
Through user-generated videos including soccer playing, getting thrown in the air and fooling around with mousetraps, host Richard Hammond examines how shifting forces can cause unwanted acceleration, how to generate velocity through compression and how elastic potential energy can be very painful.
Calamitous clips prove why dancing on tables, pulling wheelies on quad bikes and sliding on the floor can all end in humiliation and injury.
Richard Hammond explores why rollerblading, spinning nunchucks and riding mini motorbikes all have potential for major disaster.
User-generated clips prove you can humiliate yourself when visiting a waterpark, performing a chest bump and attempting a spinning karate kick.
In the summers of 2017 and 2018, Cape Cod was struck by three shark attacks, including Massachusetts' first fatality in 80 years. Experts investigate why.
A look at the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, encompassing 10 islands and atolls of the north western Hawaiian Islands.