Episode two provides an intimate portrait of two surgeons in Great Ormond Street's General Surgery unit. Navigating between ground-breaking success and devastating failure, they must balance the risk of surgery against the chance of success.
Kevin's cabin is now habitable, but he has yet to add the vital furnishings to turn it into a comfortable home he makes an armchair out of a 1950s tractor seat and crafts a small lightweight bed from willow.
In the final episode, Morgan is on a gruelling ride along the famous Finke trail to the red centre of the continent to spend time at Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
For each of the documented 38,867 suicides a year in the US alone, literally hundreds of thousands of people are left behind.
In this episode, Drew visits an antique dealer whose stock includes a lamp that could make the entire trip worthwhile, and later he searches for treasure in a Somerset estate coach house.
Dutch pianist Ronald Brautigam examines key pieces from the repertoire of piano music over the last five hundred years. Sonata in A Major KV 331 is one of Mozart's most popular compositions, showing the Turkish influence in Vienna.
To survive here, creatures must be able to deal with unpredictable twists and turns - wet turning to dry, famine to feast. But it also supports more large mammals here than anywhere else on Earth.
When Weather Changed History is an innovative series spotlighting the weather that has quite literally changed our world. Stories are told with an eye toward the unexpected by highlighting the ways in which the power of nature has steered much of history.
Monty Halls goes back to his marine biologist roots as he studies whales and dolphins off the spectacular west coast of Ireland. This week his mission is to track dolphins in the bay using sonar technology to record the whistles and clicks they use to communicate with each other.
Historian Dan Snow joins military archaeologists as they investigate the former battlegrounds of the Second World War, uncovering little-known stories of the period. In this episode, Dan heads out to sea to hear the story of the Empire Heritage, a cargo ship filled with Sherman Tanks sunk off Malin Head during the Battle of the Atlantic in 1944.
The incredible story of the making of the album which put Deep Purple at the pinnacle of 70s hard rock.
At 4.35am on September 4, 2010 the city of Christchurch, New Zealand with a population of 400,000, felt the formidable 7.1 magnitude shudder of the earth. It was the beginning of a year-long nightmare, we learnt a new word, liquefaction, close to 10,000 tremors, and while still grieving began to recover. Over this time we follow the journey of 10 Christchurch residents as they talk candidly of their struggles in one of the worst natural disasters in New Zealand's history.
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.
This powerful documentary follows the lives of the residents of Christchurch in the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake which killed 182 people and destroyed many homes and businesses.
In this episode, Paul boards the Jacobite steamtrain, and star of the Harry Potter movies, to make one of the world's most famous railways journeys.
Losing your virginity is one of those life-defining moments that can be intimate, exciting and nerve-wracking all at once. Popular presenter Cherry Healey wants to find out if that one simple little act, good or bad, really does have a lasting impact. From a girl's first time in the back of a Fiat Panda to a guy who has 'popped his cherry' three times, Cherry looks for essential truths among the tales of sex and debauchery to see if losing virginity is about more than just having sex for the first time.
How do they make personal watercrafts, ice skates, and wine? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope.