Apollo 8 was more than just the first manned mission to the moon, it brought the world together in a time of conflict and started a new campaign.
The story of SpaceIL, a small company with a dream to develop the first ever private spacecraft to attempt a moon landing.
The mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral is raised by her aristocratic great-uncle in 18th century England.
Biting, bite-sized comedy as Sammy J tackles the big issues of the day, wrestles them to the ground, then submits them to a variety of yoga poses, sporting analogies, and craft activities.
Chris makes a heartbreaking discovery for Elvis the emu while checking on his final unhatched eggs.
It is 1926 and escape artist Harry Houdini is the most famous performer in the world. The only thing he is unable to escape is the death of his beloved mother. Obsessed with connecting with her in the afterlife, he offers $10,000 to anyone who can reveal her dying words to him - something only he knows. Enter the beautiful but deceptive Mary and what begins as a con evolves into a far more dangerous affair as Houdini is overwhelmed by Mary's mysterious charm. As the stakes get higher, it soon becomes a question of who is out-conning who - when the biggest risk is falling in love.
Twenty modern workers go back to the factory floor of 1968 to learn how an unsung army of factory girls took on the fight for equality at work and at home. Presented by Alex Jones.
Cheers turned to boos in the final years of AFL champion footballer Adam Goodes' career when he publicly called out racism. This impassioned film tracks Australia's heated and divided response.
Against the backdrop of the Cold War, follow the Apollo program from the disaster of Apollo 1 to the triumph of the Apollo 8 mission.
Researcher Marc Seifer finds the smoking gun evidence proving the US military wanted Tesla's secret files. Jason Stapleton and Travis Taylor investigate a link between Tesla's last patent and one of the Air Force's most advanced aircrafts. The team makes an astonishing connection between Wardenclyffe Tower and the New Yorker Hotel.
A French illusionist finds himself out of work and travels to Scotland, where he meets a young woman. Their ensuing adventure changes both their lives forever.
The final secrets of Apollo 11 are revealed, bringing to life the last stages of a program that embraced tragic setbacks and historic success.
Dame Maggie Smith has remained a prominent figure in British culture for six decades, with her extraordinary film career took note in her role in Nowhere to Go (1958), receiving her first BAFTA nomination. 2 Academy Awards later, with Best Actress for The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969) and Best Supporting Actress for California Suite (1978), Smith is also multiple BAFTA winner for A Private Function (1984), The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne (1988) and Tea With Mussolini (1999). A six-time Oscar nominee, for Othello (1965), Travels with My Aunt (1972), A Room with a View (1986), and Gosford Park (2001). More recently Smith has enthralled in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2012), and The Lady in the Van (2015).
Chris cooks up an ostrich omelette prior to putting himself in the path of danger to capture a giant ostrich named Number 13, in a life-saving mission.
This episode takes Americans to the moon and back. Dreams of space dramatically intersect with dreams of democracy on American soil, raising questions of national priorities and national identity. This final episode also considers what happens to scientific and engineering programs - and to a country - after ambitious national goals have been achieved.
This program returns to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing mission. Professor Brian Cox and Julia Zemiro will celebrate the historic event, and look forward at the exciting future of space exploration.
In 1962, JFK declared that an American shall go to the Moon before the end of the decade and the Country is doing its best to make the dream comes true. After the Gemini program, which allowed NASA to catch up with its Soviet rival, the US launches the Apollo program. The program experienced a rough beginning with the drama of Apollo 1 - where three astronauts died during an exercise - but finally led to the triumph of Apollo 11. On July 20, 1969, the American, Neil Armstrong, was the first man to step on the Moon. The success was celebrated all over the world.
The first breath of life for a baby boobook owl soon turns to despair with the realisation the chick may not pull through the night.