Once a royal palace, the Louvre is now one of the world's greatest museums, boasting 35,000 objects from prehistory to the 19th century, and visited by over 8 million people every year. Secrets revealed include the Mona Lisa theft, the royal assassination, Napoleon's lies, royal armour, shattered crown, and raft of the Medusa.
Who knows for how long mankind has been jumping up and down for fun, and yet we still have not perfected the art of the trampoline. We break down the science of bouncing.
This three-part UK series follows young people in their pursuit of pleasure, with compelling real life stories and stunning visual effects. We look at the darker side of three of the most commonly used recreational drugs; cannabis, ecstasy and cocaine.
Fernanda heads to the biggest city in the southern hemisphere and discovers how the rich get around the massive metropolis. Amongst the chaos of its 20 million residents, Sao Paulo reveals itself as a melting pot of cultures.
NITV pays tribute to the military efforts of the Indigenous people of Australia with a series of ANZAC 15-minute documentary specials. In this episode, AWM Indigenous Officer and Vietnam veteran, Gary, gives us an insight in to the wars and contribution from indigenous Australian Veterans.
This gripping documentary details several extraordinary stories of people who have become snowtrapped. Drawing on first-hand testimonies, hear astonishing stories of hikers who were lost in the snow for days, miraculous tales of survival from people who crossed paths with mighty avalanches, and harrowing recounts of people who were buried in their cars.
Porn is everywhere. It's become the new 'normal'. What was hardcore 20 years ago has given way to a new level of 'extreme' and the effects on relationships are being felt across the country. Sabour jumps into this world to follow addicts attempting to regain control of their lives and relationships.
This week's program goes behind the scenes with a tenacious regional newspaper reporter who last year won Australia's top journalism award.
This week's program tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a former wildlife ranger and the renowned British conservationist Dame Jane Goodall. Their special connection has become a 'game changer' for the men and women on the front line of the increasingly bloody global war against poachers.
Dallas and Dynasty kicked off the night-time soap frenzy in the late 1970s, a phenomenon that continued through the last season of Knots Landing in 1993. Primetime Soaps offers surprising new details about the legendary Who Shot J.R. episode of Dallas, and reveals the backstage personalities that shaped Dynasty and Knots Landing.
The 1980s saw Australian police forces embroiled in a bloody war against armed criminals that led to reprisal killings and an unprecedented escalation of fear and violence on both sides. From 1986 to 1996, Victoria Police shot and killed 30 people. Criminals retaliated by executing two police officers, sending shockwaves through law enforcement, legal and political circles. Trigger Point takes us deep inside police culture in search of answers to the tragic chain of events which can be set in motion when officers use firearms against the citizens they are sworn to protect.
How did a rehearsal for D-Day on a sleepy stretch of British coast turn into a bloodbath resulting in the death of hundreds of Allied soldiers? Exercise Tiger was the Allies' worst training disaster of the 20th century - a combination of allied incompetence and enemy infiltration that was hushed up until 1984.
In this three-part series, British TV presenter, Billie JD Porter explores life in South America through Argentina's attitude to sex, Brazil's money elite and struggling poor, and Venezuela's obsession with beauty.
NITV pays tribute to the military efforts of the Indigenous people of Australia with a series of ANZAC 15-minute documentary specials. In this episode, a story about Mr Stephens, 100 years old and one of the last few remaining soldiers of the Torres Strait Light Infantry Battalion still alive.
In the 1980s, three people dominated the propaganda agenda in the Cold War. The first is US President Ronald Reagan, a staunch anti-Communist who would do anything to denounce it while putting the US in a positive light.
A series of the stunning aerial franchise. With exciting locations including USA, UK, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Germany, France and Portugal.
On May 13, 1940 Winston Churchill became Britain's Prime Minister. He gave no quick solution to the conflict but swore there would be no appeasement of Hitler. This decision was made all the more difficult as, in the first few hours of Churchill taking office, the war in Europe exploded into life.
Take it as a final glimpse of the unplanned madness that can happen when you throw away your Lonely Planet guide. An abandoned ghost town, laying ice on a cryogenically frozen man, spring break stun guns, lassoing lessons from 10yr olds, football tailgating parties, teaming up with UFO Chasers in the Californian desert, a GI Joe camp set up by Vietnam Vets in a Texas border town and dodgy meals from the road make up this season finale of Unplanned America.