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Scientist Jean Lemire leads a crew aboard the oceanographic schooner Sedna IV on a 1,000-day journey that takes the team across Earth. The goal of the crew -- made up of mariners, scientists and filmmakers -- is to reveal the planet's beauty and understand how Earth's ecosystems work.
Enter into the secret world of Africa’s largest and most dangerous animals. Journey into the wilderness… Fly high… and dive deep to experience the daily lives of these animals in a way you never have before. This is life in the African Wild.
A tough, rough-talking and self-reliant band of brothers battles long hours and harsh conditions deep in the woods of northern Maine, ferrying huge pieces of timber along an unpaved road in massive trucks.
The Appalachian region has the right elevation, rainfall and soil to produce some of the world's best ginseng. With demand for the herb increasing worldwide and supply not able to meet it, the crop's value is approaching $1,000 per pound.
Buyers in the Atlanta area searching for those one-of-a-kind items -- a vampire hunting kit, anyone? -- know exactly where to go, but the quantity is always limited and the prices fluid.
Cutting-edge computer graphic animation helps plunge viewers into the heart of the action in this series that charts the course of battle ships and their crew from first strike to last stand.
Each episode visits a factory of a different brand which manufactures some of the world's most iconic products.
Putting viewers in the position of decision makers at historic events.
"Dangerous Flights" goes inside the perilous business of aircraft delivery, following six pilots as they risk their lives to deliver small, used airplanes to destinations around the world.
Whether it's urban skyscrapers, massive steel bridges or giant stadiums, explosives experts Dr. Braden Lusk and Dr. Paul Worsey can bring down any structure with pinpoint accuracy.
Simulation technology, computer-generated effects and rare archival footage interact in vivid re-creations of vintage aerial wartime dogfights.
Surviving in the wild is not an exact science. Beyond the basics of finding water, food, shelter and eventually help, opinions vary.
You might say the Tweto family business has taken off, despite the sometimes unforgiving conditions in which it operates.
Join Mike Rowe on the ultimate bar crawl through America’s beer and liquor filled past. Starting with the Pilgrim’s emergency beer run, we explore how booze shaped colonial life, caused the Boston Tea Party, and ultimately, led to the American Revolution.
Truck drivers, some of whom have appeared on the History series "Ice Road Truckers," take their extreme driving skills to much warmer climates, but the working conditions are no less treacherous in this "IRT" spinoff.
Visual effects and expert commentary combine to speculate about what Earth would be like if, suddenly, humans were to disappear.
LIVE FIRE puts the audience through the toughest training of the American military. 3D cameras reveal Marine Corps weapons training and US Army’s squad tactics, as hardcore training turns raw recruits into battle-ready warriors.
Want to know what various World War II battles looked like? "The Lost Evidence" tries to show you. The show uses 3-D landscapes, reconnaissance photos and eyewitness accounts to re-create key battles of World War II.
A team of movers takes on the monumental task of moving entire structures from one location to another.
Statistically, traveling by airplane is safer than driving and other forms of transportation, but when something goes wrong during a flight, it can be catastrophic with potentially hundreds of lives at stake.
Celebrating ingenuity, invention and imagination on a grand scale, "Modern Marvels" tells the amazing stories of the doers, dreamers and sometime-schemers who create everyday items, technological advancements and manmade wonders.
Producer Bruce Nash ("Most Shocking") is behind this adrenaline-fueled series that features civilians and law enforcement officers in risky, selfless rescue missions. Each one-hour episode presents an account of a rescue effort from the dual perspectives of hero and victim.
Teams of experts in a variety of fields travel the world to probe some of mankind's most enduring mysteries. Who was Jack the Ripper? What was the purpose of Stonehenge? Why do planes and ships disappear in the waters of the Bermuda Triangle?
Boldly going where no science series has gone before, SCI TREK will take viewers to world’s they’ve only imagined. From the infinitesimal threats of microbes to mining colonies on the Moon, this series will unravel scientific mysteries and provide glimpses into our hi-tech future.
Anyone who has seen "The Wizard of Oz" knows that an oncoming tornado is nothing to trifle with, but "extreme filmmaker" Sean Casey takes viewers right into the heart of Tornado Alley and inside the storms themselves to capture valuable research data and unprecedented footage.
Bobby Goodson leads a rugged crew of loggers into the swamps of North Carolina in search of valuable hardwood. A fourth-generation logger, Goodson and his team must battle harsh terrain, even harsher weather, and a rough economy to keep the family business afloat.
Host Geo Beach, who has lived in Alaska for more than 25 years, takes viewers on a tour of his state, revealing how its people have been forced to adapt to sometimes extreme weather conditions, rugged and often dangerous terrain and a culture in which communities are separated by vast distances.
History is marking the 100th anniversary in August 2014 of the start of World War One with a four-hour miniseries focussing on the game-changing weapons that were introduced during the war that was supposed to be the war to end all wars. It turned out to be a transitional war where ancient tacti