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E.g., 10/23/2017
Oct 23 Monday
  • 00:05
    Apollo 11
    Explore the remarkable technological advancements of the 1960s which culminated in the extraordinary lunar landing of Neil Armstrong in July 1969 as part of the Apollo 11 spaceflight.
  • 00:35
    Andrew Carnegie And The Age Of Steel
    Examine the history of the steel industry in the US, including Andrew Carnegie's empire based in Pittsburgh and the formation of US Steel, and its endurance.
  • 01:30
    Ancient China: Drilling And Mining
    Michael Guillen travels to China to explore the site of ancient drilling rigs that drilled over 3000 feet and shows how they piped the gas through bamboo pipes to fuel salt evaporation factories.
  • 02:25
    Eyes
    Discover how dinosaur's evolved eyes helped them become successful hunters and learn how primates evolved unique adaptations to see colors helped them find food.
  • 03:25
    Keep Out
    Challenge the safecracker to defeat a bank vault, and see the methods a bank uses to protect its money and tellers. Next, find out how a government plans to keep people away from a nuclear waste site.
  • 04:20
    Wiring America
    Electrical linemen are part of an army of modern day technicians who we'll ride with and climb with. They risk their lives so that we can have the electric power and the 21st century communications.
  • 05:15
    Measure It
    Learn the untold story of the five most common areas of measurement in our everyday lives: distance, time, speed, weight, and temperature.
  • 06:10
    Skeleton In The Sand: The Montana
    Montana was a 'mountainboat' built to carry both passengers and freight into the Western Territories. But a trip along the Missouri River from St. Louis to Kansas City in June 1884 proved to be her last.
  • 07:10
    Washington Crossing The Delaware
    Examine the technology available to General George Washington in 1776 when he made a bold decision that ended up becoming a turning point in the American Revolution.
  • 07:35
    Apollo 11
    Explore the remarkable technological advancements of the 1960s which culminated in the extraordinary lunar landing of Neil Armstrong in July 1969 as part of the Apollo 11 spaceflight.
  • 08:05
    Ancient China: Drilling And Mining
    Michael Guillen travels to China to explore the site of ancient drilling rigs that drilled over 3000 feet and shows how they piped the gas through bamboo pipes to fuel salt evaporation factories.
  • 09:00
    Eyes
    Discover how dinosaur's evolved eyes helped them become successful hunters and learn how primates evolved unique adaptations to see colors helped them find food.
  • 09:55
    New World
    The Aztecs have built a mighty empire that dominates Central America. But it will be destroyed because of a domino effect. Within 30 years, the Aztecs will be conquered.
  • 10:50
    Hangar 18: UFO Warehouse
    UFO Files unearthed stories involving elected officials, UFO researchers, and former base employees, some of whom are going on the record regarding Hangar 18 for the first time on television.
  • 11:45
    Skeleton In The Sand: The Montana
    Montana was a 'mountainboat' built to carry both passengers and freight into the Western Territories. But a trip along the Missouri River from St. Louis to Kansas City in June 1884 proved to be her last.
  • 12:40
    Keep Out
    Challenge the safecracker to defeat a bank vault, and see the methods a bank uses to protect its money and tellers. Next, find out how a government plans to keep people away from a nuclear waste site.
  • 13:35
    Ancient China: Drilling And Mining
    Michael Guillen travels to China to explore the site of ancient drilling rigs that drilled over 3000 feet and shows how they piped the gas through bamboo pipes to fuel salt evaporation factories.
  • 14:30
    Eyes
    Discover how dinosaur's evolved eyes helped them become successful hunters and learn how primates evolved unique adaptations to see colors helped them find food.
  • 15:25
    Keep Out
    Challenge the safecracker to defeat a bank vault, and see the methods a bank uses to protect its money and tellers. Next, find out how a government plans to keep people away from a nuclear waste site.
  • 16:20
    New World
    The Aztecs have built a mighty empire that dominates Central America. But it will be destroyed because of a domino effect. Within 30 years, the Aztecs will be conquered.
  • 17:15
    Skeleton In The Sand: The Montana
    Montana was a 'mountainboat' built to carry both passengers and freight into the Western Territories. But a trip along the Missouri River from St. Louis to Kansas City in June 1884 proved to be her last.
  • 18:10
    Presidential Transports
    They are the most advanced and heavily protected vehicles ever built. Travel by land, sea and air to explore the special construction, and secret weapons that protect the President when he's on the move.
  • 19:05
    More Ice
    It plummets from the summer sky and traps a treasure of energy on the ocean floor. Ice is a frozen wonder as delightful as it is dangerous.
  • 20:00
    B-25 Bomber
    Divers, engineers and preservationists try to move a submerged B-25 Mitchell, a twin-engine bomber of WWII, to the surface. They face challenges like an impending hurricane.
  • 20:55
    Life After People
    Experts from the fields of engineering, botany, biology, geology, and climatology will paint a picture of what Earth will look like in the days, weeks, months, years and millennia after humans are gone.
  • 22:45
    Larry Herds Dinosaurs
    Larry meets a family in Arizona that uses its desert landscape as a natural resource for their spider venom business. He also goes to the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch.
  • 23:40
    Presidential Transports
    They are the most advanced and heavily protected vehicles ever built. Travel by land, sea and air to explore the special construction, and secret weapons that protect the President when he's on the move.
Oct 23 Monday

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