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The Detonators

Follow two demolition companies through several massive demolition projects. Watch as they carefully plan and execute the destruction of high-rise buildings, and learn what it takes to operate this business without compromising safety.


Forecasting the End

From Nostradamus and the ancient Mayans to modern-day scientists, the theoretical "apocalypse" has been the source of endless speculation and countless predictions, with anything from super-volcanoes to mega-tsunamis, rogue planets or a massive methane eruption leading to the so-called "end of life as we know it." In this series, some of the world's leading scientists, along with elaborate computer graphics, illustrate the different "what if?" theories of if and how catastrophic weather or natural disasters could possibly cause the end of days or transform our lives forever.


Pyros

This is an explosive docu-series that follows the GFA pyrotechnic group as they travel to exotic locations, power through exhausting schedules and harsh weather conditions, and solve complex technical glitches to light up the sky with the magic of fireworks.


Scientific American Frontiers

This show was a TV version of the venerable popular science magazine Scientific American. Host Alan Alda interviewed those who were exploring the cutting edge of research in all areas of science.


Generation Astronaut

This is a groundbreaking documentary special that sees ordinary men and women from across the globe competing against each other for the chance to live the dreams of a generation. Following more than 100 winners from over 60 countries as they strive to win one of 23 tickets to space aboard the Lynx shuttle in 2015, GENERATION ASTRONAUT showcases a week of intense competition at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, under the tutelage of a judging panel including legendary astronaut, Buzz Aldrin. This one-hour programme follows the hopes and dreams of the recruits as they bid to earn the journey of a lifetime - and make history.


Operation Cloud Lab

This series follows a group of scientists as they take to the skies in one of world's largest airships for a unique exploration of Earth's atmosphere.


Sunrise Earth

The series focuses on presenting the viewer with sunrises in various geographical locations throughout the world. It is also notable for its complete lack of human narration, concentrating instead on the natural sounds of each episodes' specific location. High-definition video images and Dolby 5.1 stereo surround sound are used to present each natural environment in a clear and detailed manner.


Return of Jaws

This is a documentary that introduces Shark Cam, a robot submarine that is used to follow sharks in a new way.


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