Take a trip to landlord Prince Charles' 'model village' for a surprisingly entertaining look at town planning, sustainability and the monarchy.
As the Great Depression bites, jobs are lost, food is scarce and offal is back on the menu in the Ferrones' household in the 1930s.
Agriculture, manufacturing, and a growing population supplemented by immigration transform Australia into a prosperous nation over the course of a century. There are growing pains and challenges, including war and a Depression, but there is also the birth of iconic brands such as Myer, Bushells, and Vegemite.
Dr Tracy Borman heads to Chicago to discover how Al Capone rose to infamy, from club bouncer to the most notorious gangster in history. She uncovers the two sides to his personality, the man who ordered deaths on a whim, and the man who doted on his family. And reveals how his carefully curated public image gave birth to a legend.
An intimate portrait of one of the greatest monsters of the 20th century - to coincide with the 50th anniversary of his death in March 1953. Filmed extensively in Russia, this film reveals the life of a man who came to amass colossal power and exert malign influence over his country for more than 20 years. Stalin emerged as the true victor of World War II, having gained a vast Empire in the East. But victory over the Germans was not enough, and his attitude towards the West was fuelled by his growing paranoia. Access to a wealth of new material allows us to glimpse behind Stalin's granite mask into his extraordinary private world.
Meet the military's most adaptable steed in the sky: the OV-10 Bronco. Showcasing innovation and versatility, this rugged little warbird occupies the performance space between jets and helicopters.
As the Royal Australian Air Force marks its 100th anniversary we look at the illustrious history of the RAAF, through rare archival footage and in-depth interviews with air force veterans, servicing members, and new recruits.
In 1936, 18 African-American athletes, dubbed the 'black auxiliary' by Hitler, defied Nazi Aryan supremacy and Jim Crow racism to win hearts and medals at the 1936 summer Olympic Games.
Xand visits Samuel Pepys's parish church and discovers the sad tale of the Poole family who within 11 days lost all five of their children.
Medic Xand van Tulleken, archaeologist Raksha Dave and journalist John Sergeant trace the epidemic back to its source in the parish of St Giles in the Fields.
Medic Xand van Tulleken, archaeologist Raksha Dave, and journalist John Sergeant trace the plague back to its source, and look into whether history is repeating itself again.
Scott Wolter calls Peter and Elroy saying that there is a new scientific test that can be made to verify Olof's innocence but he cannot get access to the runestone core sample due to years of ego and drama surrounding the stone. Peter and Elroy have to help. Later, Peter has to force Elroy to focus as their list of leads grow longer. And finally, the results of the DNA test have come in.
Those in authority in Australia at the time of Federation envisage a prosperous and civilised nation of hardworking citizens. But modern Australia grew out of a drunken penal colony, and people remain under the thrall of alcohol and drugs and are fascinated by murder and mischief. But the public do rise up against capital punishment and it is abolished nation wide.
Dr Tracy Borman travels to Germany to uncover Adolf Hitler's abusive childhood and artistic aspirations. She reveals how he was shaped by World War I and uncovers his relationships with much younger women, including his own niece, discovering how the personal motivations that came from his private life unleashed so much destruction.
Fast, powerful, and stealthy. The F-22 Raptor is a marvel of 21st-century aviation. Examine the inside story of how this war machine became the United States' premier stealth fighter.
Secret agents protected Queen Elizabeth from treason for over 40 years, through the execution of Mary Queen of Scots to the death of Queen Elizabeth, the capture of fugitive John Gerard and the infamous Gunpowder Plot.
The team soon realise they need to find more metal artefacts to support their case. They get in touch with Bob Voyles, a mysterious man who says he has something very important to show them. They follow him to a hidden spot where he says a medieval treasure is buried. They also learn more about how the Vikings travelled across the world.
Dr Tracy Borman travels to Paris to reveal Napoleon's relationships, from nervous first encounters with a prostitute, to his all-consuming love for Josephine, and visits their former home, Malmaison. She also visits the Palace of Fontainebleau to see Napoleon's throne room and reveal the secrets to his extraordinary success, and calamitous downfall.
Sport and the arts are imported from Britain and are already embedded in society at Federation in 1901. Fuelled by sunshine and leisure time, homegrown heroes emerge, including Phar Lap, the Australian cricket team, surf lifesavers, Dame Nellie Melba, and the hit films that perpetuate and reflect Australia's character.
The McDonnell F-4 Phantom II - otherwise known as the Bent Wing Wonder, Old Smokey, Rhino, Elephant, Double Ugly, and other nicknames not fit for print - is arguably one of the finest combat fighters of the 20th century. It was produced in larger numbers than any other Western fighter of the time, and served with the US Air Force, the Navy, and Marine Corps, and with 11 other nations in the world.
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