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The Search for a New Earth
The Red Pill
The Wonderful World Of Blood
Patagonia: The Ends of the Earth
That Sugar Film
The Most Dangerous Band in the World. The Story of Guns N Roses
The Day Pictures Were Born
Van Gogh Painted with Words
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. Standing Up in the Milky Way
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They Shall Not Grow Old
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Curse of the White Dwarf
They're the cooling corpses of stars like our sun, but new research proves white dwarfs are one of the driving forces of our universe. And they can tell us literally about the nature of the cosmos itself. Have scientists finally discovered how these small stars could be such massive galactic players?
How the Universe Works Series 9
Playing with Sharks
The film captures de life of Valerie Taylor, a living legend and true pioneer in both underwater filmmaking and shark research. Valerie work has became the basis for much of what we know about sharks today.
Through remarkable underwater archival footage, along with interviews with Valerie herself, 'Playing with Sharks' follows this daring ocean explorer's trajectory from champion spear fisher to passionate shark protector.
King Tut Glass Scarab
The jeweled-encrusted pectoral of King Tut is a hieroglyphic artefact of stunning craftsmanship and one of the greatest treasures of the pharaohs. Was this ancient glass scarab in Tutankhamun's tomb created by forces from beyond our world? Using new research and the latest tech, experts confront the ancient mystery of its flawless glass scarab.
Is a 4,000 year old clay tablet the original instruction manual for Noah's ark? And how can a bizarre red moon rock contain signs of life?
Curse of the Piltdown Man
The archaeological world is fooled for nearly half a century when an ape-like skull that's claimed as solid evidence for Darwin's theory of human evolution is proven fake. Using new research, experts investigate and uncover the identity of the forger.
Locked away in a store room at London Science Museum is a genuine 19th century miracle machine, a 180-year-old mechanical engine that solves complex mathematical equations, more than 100 years before the first electronic computer.
Secrets of the Star Disk
An ancient bronze disk adorned with gold may contain the oldest images of the cosmos ever discovered; using new research and the latest tech, experts investigate if this artefact could be the work of a prehistoric astrologer. Is it just a decorative disc or is there some hidden meaning?
A strange 11,000-year-old deer skull can have links to a British Atlantis.
Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
The Crime of the Century
Order and Disorder
George Harrison Living in the Material World
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