The Browser War is in full swing with Microsoft acting like gangsters and attacking Netscape. Elsewhere, a brand-new company, Pixelon, is launched.
The Browser War heats up with Microsoft hitting Netscape hard. While at Pixelon, Fenne's behaviour arouses the suspicions of an employee.
A cast of engineers, flight technicians and frequent fliers tell the supersonic story of the most glamorous plane ever built.
The demolition crew attempts to bring the 100m-high cooling towers of Didcot, a power station, which have long dominated the Oxfordshire landscape, down to earth with a bang. But, in addition to tackling the complex engineering, the team faces a public outcry when they schedule the blow-down at night, and this threatens to derail their plans. Hastings Pier is on its last legs after a devastating fire, but local demolition man Mark Hodgson hatches a water-borne plan to try to save it for future generations. And one of the industry's biggest and boldest characters has to take down a disused bridge, in a race against the clock.
Richard and Denise own 14 hotels. It is no surprise that when it came to designing their new house in a prime location high up in the Adelaide hills, their inspiration would come from buildings that they love.
Ash, a Te Puke accountant pursues his long held dream of building a log cabin at the base of Ruapehu - despite his architecturally trained daughters' objections.
Go back to the explosive game-changing birth of Silicon Valley and experience the rise, fall and revival of tech as we've come to know it.
Told by those who were there, this is the story of the very first browser wars between market dominator Netscape and the ever-powerful Microsoft.
The life of the most glamorous plane ever built, told by the people whose lives she touched, uncovering rare footage of the forgotten row between French and British governments.
James May reassembles the past to hear what it sounded like as he pieces together the 195 parts of the game changing 1963 Dansette Bermuda portable record player.
Bryce and Veronica are helping two sets of house hunters in one of Australia's most expensive real estate markets. But with matching wallets and wish lists proving difficult, maybe it's time for a reality check.
Kelly, a feisty mother of six children persuades them and her husband Joe, to pursue her dream of replicating a Dargaville Mansion she fell in love with as a child.
Greg, a former bricklayer is passionate about two things - his family (partner Emma & their 4 yr old son Archie), and...bricks. As a testament to his love for both, he's building (literally with his own hands) a tri-level, solid brick contemporary terrace house with a cantilevered pool on the top floor. He's creating it from the rubble of their well loved old house located on a narrow corner block in Sth Melbourne - all that will remain of the original building is its classic Victorian facade. Greg has dreamt of building this home for years and is certain the time is right, even though it means sharing the place with the inlaws.
One black box has come to define the sound of rock. This film tells the story of the iconic Marshall guitar amplifier. It all started in 1962 when drum shop owner Jim Marshall discovered the distinctive growl that gave the electric guitar an exciting new voice. Music got a whole lot louder as young musicians like Clapton, Townshend and Hendrix adopted the revolutionary 'Marshall Sound', a new genre of rock was born. Featuring contributions from rock legends Pete Townshend, Slash and the late Lemmy, plus an interview with the 'Father of Loud' Jim Marshall, this documentary cruises down the rock ages at a ferocious speed.
To celebrate the web's 50th birthday, we take a fun, nostalgic romp down the cyber memory lane, from the early days through today.
James May is faced with reassembling a 1970s Honda Z50a mini motorcycle from all its 303 component parts. This exciting mini motorcycle was fun for all the family and got a whole generation of kids hooked on motorcycles for the rest of their lives.
Bryce and Veronica are managing expectations with two tricky buyers who want a lot more for a lot less. They're hunting for a funky warehouse conversion for Wendy and her teenage daughter Makira in Melbourne's inner city, as well as a character cottage for hipsters Marty and Jude who don't want kids but are trying for a dog. These buyers know what they want and they're not about to compromise. But something's got to give and it's Bryce and Veronica's job to find out what.
After eight years of planning, Melbourne couple Glenn and Kate Morris are finally making a start on their striking, sustainable 'sand dune' house near Inverloch on Victoria's Gippsland coastline. For them, this crescent shaped, spaceship-like design is the ultimate response to a wind swept location. Once building gets underway, the couple need even more patience as attention to detail is paramount in this curvaceous new building. Let's hope it lives up to their high expectations.
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