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With time running out, the mates of the fleet prove their worth in the fight for Bluefin.
When a truck driver won't pay for his rescue, Thord threatens him with house arrest.
Alaskans must work with Mother Nature and not against it if they wish to endure the harsh Arctic elements.
Tim and Fuzz go to Croydon to rescue a 1964 Volvo P1800, a car synonymous with cult 1960s TV series `The Saint', starring Roger Moore. Tim shows the actor the newly refurbished Volvo to get his verdict on their efforts.
Fuzz and Tim have the task of getting an ageing German roadster from the 60s, a Mercedes 230SL, back on the road. When petrol head John suffered a heart attack, it meant his restoration project was abandoned.
The inaugural departure for a flight to Melbourne is threatened with delay when paperwork for a firearms shipment goes missing, and a missing engine slows down repairs.
When Saudi Airways and Kazakhstan Airlines jets hit each other at 14,000 feet, both planes were sent spiralling to the ground, but what caused their mid-air impact?
Explore the ever-changing geology of North America's spectacular Great Lakes, as we reveal exactly how they look beneath the surface.
Tim and Fuzz pick up car-mad Lee's imported 1965 VW Karmann Ghia. The car is a stylish German classic that has seen better days. Its owner bought it as his dream car but when engine trouble struck it became a nightmare.
Mat meets up with Allan Marshall, who runs biological operations at the Florida Aquarium and wants to showcase rarely seen deep sea fish.
Ways to embarrass oneself volcano boarding, swinging on a trapeze and off-roading in a toy car.
Ways to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself while jumping off a boat, cornering on a bicycle or attempting a tablecloth pull.
Pilots are prepared to cope with a range of emergency scenarios, but failures in training can lead to catastrophe in the cockpit.
An attack on a small religious community on the holy island of Lindisfarne in AD 793 heralded the start of the Viking Age of conquest and expansion but before this, we look at the Vikings' beginnings in Scandinavia.
An aerial view of Scotland reveals an astonishing tidal energy project, a majestic cliff-top castle and the world's first golf course.
National Geographic explorer and scientist Albert Lin travels to Acre, Israel, in search of the lost fortunes of the mysterious Knights Templar.
Indonesian investigators must determine why a Boeing 737 Max 8, one of the best-selling new airplanes on Earth, plunged into the Java Sea.
FARC guerillas execute Keith Stansell's teammates when they crash land in Colombia. Left to live, Keith suffers five years of forced isolation and torture.
Kidnapped and held hostage for months by guerillas in Colombia, backpackers Erez Eltawil and Reini Weigel formed a controversial relationship with their kidnappers in an attempt to survive.
From the ice epidemic in Australia to cocaine dealers in London, explore the multi-billion-dollar industry that fuels crime and violence like no other substance on the planet.
Pan Am Flight 1736 is on the runway at Tenerife Airport, obscured by heavy fog, when KLM Flight 4805 careens towards it, killing 583 people.
In the opening weeks of World War II, a German U-Boat Commander launches a shocking attack against the Royal Navy in its own home port.