New clues to the greatest mystery in Arctic exploration--the Franklin Expedition to chart the Northwest Passage--are investigated after a Canadian team discovers one of Franklin’s lost ships.
Expert boat builders assemble and launch a massive reed boat following the directions for building an ark from a 3,700 year old clay tablet.
New and unreported details about modern cyberwarfare are examined.
High technology imaging is used to investigate animal mummies buried in Egyptian catacombs.
The explosive details of a World War 1 tunnel attack by the Allies on the trenches of the German lines are investigated.
The show looks at how rocks were essential to advancing life on the planet billions of years ago.
Scientists find out about Antarctica's under-ice landscape as they attempt to find the mystery killer that is destroying the polar food web.
The show takes a look at the science and anatomy of the April 2015 earthquake in Nepal. The show also hears from survivors who were on Mount Everest and from residents who live near the epicenter.
Some deep-sea scientists attempt to find out more about the undersea world of creatures that flash, sparkle, shimmer and glow.
The show finds out how memories can be implanted, changed and even erased.
The show looks at some new discoveries about Otzi the iceman, the oldest human mummy on the planet.
The show features some advanced humanoid robots that can adapt to human needs, battle real-world challenges and also become part of everyday life.