The story of German architect Albert Speer, one of the only war criminals to accept his guilt during the Nuremberg trials, although there were doubts about the scale of his remorse. Speer's crimes included using and organising slave labour in death camps and prolonging the war by his fanatical work to develop the Nazi war machine.
How do they make fiberglass boats, clothes dryers, and bubble gum? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
Michael Wood travels through Syria and Iraq to uncover the story of Alexander the Great's decisive battle against the Persian Empire in 331 BC.
Stevie Wright became a superstar at the age of sixteen, with the iconic 1960s rock band The Easybeats - the first Australian group to achieve chart success in the UK, US and Europe. He went on to win another generation of fans as a solo artist with hits like 'Evie', 'Hard Road' and 'Black Eyed Bruiser'. But along with the exhilarating highs, he has experienced devastating lows - which on several occasions could have been fatal. Now the legend of Stevie Wright is being rekindled with help from fellow musician and lifelong fan, Scott McRae who has created a 'rockumentary' live show of his idol's extraordinary life.
Utilising the new field of 'Big History', which blends multiple disciplines to provide greater insight into the formation of our world, the The Story of All of Us will draw upon surprising links from geography, natural history and science.
In this episode, Morgan travels for days into the jungle and up a river with the PanEco Foundation to witness the untold story of cataclysmic destruction.
After nearly a decade off the factory line, Chevy is reintroducing the Camaro SS. Visit one of the largest auto plants in the world, where the car's specially designed unibody is constructed.
How do they make honey, fiber optics, and bricks? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
In this episode, Morgan travels to Timor to spend time snorkelling in the pristine waters before attending a huge cross-country bike rally.
Now that Kevin's cabin's glorious shingled shell has been finished, the next major task is to install a solid, durable floor, a window for light, and most important of all, the heart of the home, a fire for heat.
How do they make paper, jeans, computers, and plate glass? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
How do they make aluminum screw caps, chocolate, and pills? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.
With a unique level of access, Great Ormond Street returns to the wards of London's foremost children's hospital. This revelatory series observes life and death decision making by the various highly-skilled teams working on the wards, and the many challenges they face at the cutting edge of children's medicine.
Have you ever wondered how things are made? Find out how the everyday objects people use become the things they are.
In this episode, Drew tries to balance charity with his profit margins, and also discovers some jam-packed storage trailers at a fairground museum.
Have you ever wondered how aluminium foil is made? From adhesive bandages to contact lenses, find out how many of the everyday objects we use become the things they are.
In this blockbuster series, Sir David Attenborough reveals Africa as you've never seen it before. This is a journey through five extraordinarily diverse regions of an amazing continent.