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1 x 60/120
When Star Trek aired in September of 1966, it showed us for the very first time an unimaginable world of sliding doors, hand-held communicators, and tiny discs that stored endless amounts of data.
1 x 60
How to Build A Human explores the technology and ethics of Artificial Intelligence, and explores whether this is still science fiction, or close to becoming a reality.
2 x 60 / 1 x 90
A journey to the depths of the Black Sea yields the greatest series of ancient shipwrecks ever discovered. In 2015, an international team of scientists began a 3 year exploration of the Black Sea in search of evidence of the ancient empires that sailed their ships into unknown waters in pursuit of trade, treasure and conquest.
13 x 60
Poison has long been a weapon of choice; in desperate cases of defence, to conquer jealousy, to gain a much-awaited inheritance and of course for revenge in a crime of passion.
1 x 60 / 1 x 90
Prince William joins conservation heroes great and small to protect the natural world close to home.
1 x 60
In the last 30 years the climate crisis has wiped out roughly half of the planet’s coral. But new science reveals that some corals – so called “super corals” – are unexpectedly surviving the world’s worst bleaching.
10 x 60
Strangest Things reveals the true stories behind some of our world’s most bizarre and curious artefacts.
3 x 60
Throughout the history of our planet, natural disasters have ravaged the earth and threatened the very existence of mankind.