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E.g., 10/19/2017
Oct 19 Thursday
  • 00:35
    The Basement
    Venture down that staircase to explore the most misunderstood room in the house! Ruins of homes at Pompeii reveal the importance of basements in providing both heat and storage for rich Roman families.
  • 01:30
    Texas' Roswell
    In 1897, the crash of a mysterious airship rocked the small town of Aurora. Eyewitness accounts of the crash, mysterious metal found at the site are combined into a story that has the debunkers baffled.
  • 02:25
    Riding In Style
    The viewers get to know what drove the last checkered cab off the streets of New York and the location of the world's only private subway car.
  • 02:55
    Relics Of The American Revolution
    Track down the relics of the American Revolution include Paul Revere's lantern that lit the path to freedom and Benedict Arnold's signed oath of allegiance.
  • 03:25
    Black Gold: The Story Of Oil
    Examine the story of oil since time immemorial and how the US became so reliant on it that it waged war in the 1990s to make certain that nothing stops its flow to the US.
  • 04:20
    Speed
    Speed, the ability to react and move, can often mean the difference between life and death in the animal kingdom. Some animals have evolved into championship fliers, swimmers and runners.
  • 05:15
    Speed
    The end of the Civil War allows Mankind to go into overdrive. This is an age of innovation, transformation and mass production. People believe that 'Anything, everything, is possible.'
  • 06:10
    Deadly Meteors
    Impacts from space have made our moon and sculpted the geography of our planet. But just as they created everything we know, they will likely snuff it all out in a fiery burst of destruction.
  • 06:40
    World Of Weapons
    Learn how warfare has defined traditional history, how bat poop and ancient trees shaped the history of weapons, and link the gun to a change in our bodies that turned us into throwing machines.
  • 07:10
    The Basement
    Venture down that staircase to explore the most misunderstood room in the house! Ruins of homes at Pompeii reveal the importance of basements in providing both heat and storage for rich Roman families.
  • 08:05
    Speed
    Speed, the ability to react and move, can often mean the difference between life and death in the animal kingdom. Some animals have evolved into championship fliers, swimmers and runners.
  • 09:00
    Riding In Style
    The viewers get to know what drove the last checkered cab off the streets of New York and the location of the world's only private subway car.
  • 09:30
    Robots
    Today's advanced robots perform thousands of human-like tasks. To find the secrets behind the circuits, John's slicing a Roomba, and some terrain-exploring toy robots.
  • 09:55
    Plague
    Genghis Khan sweeps south from Mongolia into China and leaves 40 million dead, but a greater killer known as the Plague stalks mankind, the greatest biological disaster in history.
  • 10:50
    Britain's Roswell
    December 1980. An Air Force personnel stationed in England witness strange lights in the sky. On the 25th, after the servicemen spot a glowing object, they investigate and come upon a metallic craft.
  • 11:45
    Deadly Meteors
    Impacts from space have made our moon and sculpted the geography of our planet. But just as they created everything we know, they will likely snuff it all out in a fiery burst of destruction.
  • 12:10
    World Of Weapons
    Learn how warfare has defined traditional history, how bat poop and ancient trees shaped the history of weapons, and link the gun to a change in our bodies that turned us into throwing machines.
  • 12:40
    The Basement
    Venture down that staircase to explore the most misunderstood room in the house! Ruins of homes at Pompeii reveal the importance of basements in providing both heat and storage for rich Roman families.
  • 13:35
    Speed
    The end of the Civil War allows Mankind to go into overdrive. This is an age of innovation, transformation and mass production. People believe that 'Anything, everything, is possible.'
  • 14:30
    Black Gold: The Story Of Oil
    Examine the story of oil since time immemorial and how the US became so reliant on it that it waged war in the 1990s to make certain that nothing stops its flow to the US.
  • 15:25
    Speed
    Speed, the ability to react and move, can often mean the difference between life and death in the animal kingdom. Some animals have evolved into championship fliers, swimmers and runners.
  • 16:20
    Plague
    Genghis Khan sweeps south from Mongolia into China and leaves 40 million dead, but a greater killer known as the Plague stalks mankind, the greatest biological disaster in history.
  • 17:15
    Deadly Meteors
    Impacts from space have made our moon and sculpted the geography of our planet. But just as they created everything we know, they will likely snuff it all out in a fiery burst of destruction.
  • 17:40
    World Of Weapons
    Learn how warfare has defined traditional history, how bat poop and ancient trees shaped the history of weapons, and link the gun to a change in our bodies that turned us into throwing machines.
  • 18:10
    Fort Knox
    Fort Knox is one of the most secure structures in the world. It safeguards the vast wealth of the United States. How did the country amass its gold? What else is stashed there? Could it actually be empty?
  • 19:05
    Banks
    Modern technology revolutionized the way banks do business, and the Internet ensures that they must adapt. From banking's early European origins to e-banking, this is an hour you can't afford to miss!
  • 20:00
    Mind Control
    Take a look at whether it is possible to converse with people utilising only their minds with brainwave transmission technology, and computers which can read persons' thoughts.
  • 20:55
    Marine Raider / Flying Leatherneck
    Beneath the WWII marquee were heroes who fought with great valor. One was Colonel Merritt (Red Mike) Edson, commander of an experimental special unit in the Pacific.
  • 21:50
    World War II Assault On Germany
    This episode recounts and reenacts the experiences of US soldiers who participated in one of WWII's greatest military campaigns.
  • 22:45
    Battle For Baghdad
    For 21 days in the spring of 2003, U.S. soldiers and Marines race to seize Baghdad as quickly as possible. But it won't be easy, there's a tenacious force of guerrilla fighters eager to stop them.
  • 23:40
    Fort Knox
    Fort Knox is one of the most secure structures in the world. It safeguards the vast wealth of the United States. How did the country amass its gold? What else is stashed there? Could it actually be empty?
Oct 19 Thursday

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