Find out how the following are made: sails; walnuts; wheel immobilisers; honeycomb structural panels.
The Grammar Of Happiness follows the story of Daniel Everett amongst the extraordinary 'unconvertible' Amazonian Piraha tribe, a group of indigenous hunter-gatherers whose culture and outlook on life has taken the world of linguistics by storm.
Louis Theroux travels to California, home of America's adult entertainment industry, to meet the porn stars and find out how the growth of the internet has changed the industry.
Fear and Faith is an extraordinary show which looks at what happens when people have the experience of fear removed through the use of what they believe is a powerful new drug.
Find out how the following are made: metal golf clubs; waffles; custom wires and cables; train wheels.
The final episode looks at the dramatic story of the conflict between mining and land rights, and mining and environmentalism. Ironically, while it also tells how mining both destroyed and dispossessed many; it may be the best hope for the future of the First Australians.
Property developer turned philanthropist Morgan Parker undertakes an epic 25,000 kilometre solo motorcycle trek from Hong Kong to Brisbane to highlight the work of ten grassroots charitable organisations, while tackling some of the world's most pressing humanitarian issues. In the first episode, Morgan contacts Hong Kong's Clean Air Network to learn about their work to combat the air pollution problem.
Find out how mini GP motorcycles, fig cookies, tool boxes and pipe bends are made.
More items go under the microscope as we discover how professional cookware, luxury inlaid boxes, high-efficiency water heaters and Ferrari engines are made.
Find out how carved wood sculptures, flatware, cow bells and fountain pens are made.
Marine biologist Monty Halls is back in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, living the good life and working as a volunteer wildlife ranger in the Outer Hebrides. With the proceeds from the Great Feast banked away, Monty can get going on some hard graft with a trip down to the island of Barra.
The dazzling 1960s in cinema around the world: In Hollywood, legendary cinematographer Haskell Wexler reveals how documentary influenced mainstream movies. Easy Rider and 2001: A Space Odyssey signal a new era in America cinema.
In early June 1944, 1.5 million Allied soldiers stand ready in southern England to embark on the largest amphibious assault in military history. For tens of thousands of young US soldiers, this war against the Nazis seems almost like an adventure. Only very few, if at all, have any combat experience. What lay in store for them was bloody carnage on the beaches of Normandy. This program meticulously records the sequence of events by means of original footage, photos, documents and interviews with survivors.
One of the most complex instruments ever built, the Hubble Space Telescope is expected to transform our understanding of the Universe. But once it is in orbit, NASA discovers a serious problem, a defective main mirror that leaves Hubble short-sighted.
Like many divorced Western men 42-year-old Scott came to Thailand to enjoy the company of the world famous bargirls. Scott was in for the shock of his life when, alone in a bedroom with a ladyboy companion, he discovered there was more to this beautiful woman than he had anticipated. Before long he was seeking more and more ladyboys for company.
The return of the series that provides unprecedented access to one of Britain's busiest Emergency departments at King's College Hospital in London. The latest batch of patients to be treated by staff include two cyclists with serious head injuries, one of whom, Sarah from Brighton, has been airlifted to the building.
Find out how pressure cookers, mechanical singing birds, oceanographic buoys and stainless steel tanktrailers are made.
Find out how all-terrain vehicles, alpine skis, laser cutters and marble sculptures are made.