The destructive power of a landslide is overwhelming. Nothing can withstand the force of such an awesome torrent; whole towns and villages are destroyed and people die, sometimes in their thousands.
A compelling journey into the scorching heart of the wildfire, revealing nature at its most unforgiving and deadly.
Extreme weather can take many forms, but however it manifests itself, each type has one thing in common: the power to wreak havoc on a huge scale.
Tornadoes are one of nature's deadliest forces. No other weather phenomenon can match their sheer fury, speed and destructive power. Over the centuries, they have inflicted havoc on a huge scale and cost a great many lives.
Every year hurricanes kill more people and create more havoc than any other kind of storm. Sweeping in from the sea, these weather systems can travel thousands of miles, leaving a trail of death and destruction in their wake.
With winds often exceeding 150 miles an hour, cyclones can wreak havoc over a lare area in just a few hours.
A tsunami is one of nature's most deadly forces. Racing at hundreds of miles an hour across the sea and surging to terrifying heights, these giant waves an engulf entire communities when they hit the shore.
Describes how earthquakes work, using expert testimony and compelling graphics to show how they go on to cause such widespread death and destruction.
This program looks at some of the world's deadliest earthquakes, ranging from Peru to Nicaragua and from Guatemala to India.
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