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Yellowstone: America first National Park
The Story of India: The Power of Ideas
The Beatles: Get Back Part I
Game Over Kasparov and the Machine
The Crime of the Century part 1of2
Frozen Planet: Winter
An Inconvenient Sequel Truth to Power
The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart
Dinosaurs: The Final Day
Out Of Shadows
The Hunt for Artificial Intelligence
Ex Libris: The New York Public Library
A Glitch in the Matrix
Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain
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Ancient Alien Computer
An ancient piece of corroded metal is more than it seems: an alien-looking device of intricate dials and cogs; there are over 30 gears inside and some gears have up to 65 teeth on them. Using cutting-edge imaging technology, experts examine what could actually be a 2,000-year-old computer.
How can an ancient Roman cup change colour? It's not an optical illusion. It really does change colour from red to green.
Minoan Enigma Relic
The Phaistos Disc is one of the greatest mysteries of the Bronze Age. A strange 3,000-year-old relic found in an ancient Minoan palace marked with enigmatic images that no one has ever managed to decode. But now, using cutting-edge technology, experts might finally reveal its secrets.
How can this corroded scrap of metal change the history of a continent? And is this dead woman's face the most kissed in history?
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?
The Bodies of Pompeii
It's 79 AD and Mount Vesuvius is about to blow. In 24 hours time, the people of Pompeii and Herculaneum are going to die. They will be part of the death toll of one of the worst natural disasters in history. Starting with a forensic examination of their remains, Bettany Hughes pieces together the final 24 hours of their lives in incredible detail.
Attenborough and the Mammoth Graveyard
David Attenborough joins an archaeological dig uncovering Britain’s biggest mammoth discovery in almost 20 years. In 2017, in a gravel quarry near Swindon, two amateur fossil hunters found an extraordinary cache of Ice Age mammoth remains and a stone hand-axe made by a Neanderthal. Professor Ben Garrod joins the team at DigVentures during the excavation as they try to discover why the mammoths were here and how they died. Could the Neanderthals have killed these Ice Age giants?
The Beatles: Get Back
The Crime of the Century
Secrets of the Dead
George Harrison Living in the Material World
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