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Gok Wan's journey begins in the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, where he learns the art of making Roti Jala, a Malay-style pancake.
The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor changed the world. Now new technology is revealing hidden traces of that attack, on the land and underwater.
Hazen Audel travels to the western part of Mongolia, where he lives with the Kazakhs and learns how to hunt with golden eagles in extreme cold.
Insider interviews and recently declassified CIA documents reveal how US military base, Area 51, became the gathering place for UFO hunters.
Daniel helps build one of the longest cable stayed bridges in Africa over the magnificent Msikaba Gorge.
Few places have changed so much through ingenious inventions and modern technology as harbours. But what has driven this change and what comes next?
This episode examines how Hitler turned Germany into a dictatorship and his path to expanding the Reich.
It is the largest folk festival in the world: the Munich Oktoberfest. There must be no delays during assembly. Everything must be in place on opening day.
We investigate the extraordinary appeal of Cadbury's Dairy Milk, Britain's most popular chocolate bar for over a century. We discover how the Swiss invention of milk chocolate in 1875.
Tin Cans: Their invention has revolutionized the supply of food.
This episode answers the questions that continue to mystify the Crystal Skulls' proponents by delving in to the murky past of the artefact.
A cast of animals, from tiny pikas to world-famous grizzly bears, tough it out to survive in this iconic, wild wonder of the West.
The Aristi Mountain Resort sits in Northern Greece and is far cry from what most people would associate what Greece looks like.
Carl and Morgan attempt to move a thousand-pound sawmill to their property.
We also see one of Britain's grandest boarding schools recreated in chocolate and reveal the sensuous secret history of Cadbury Flake.
For the 'International Swimming League' competition, 20 craftspersons are installing a 25 meter long, two meter deep and 20 meter wide swimming pool in seven days.
For decades, countless ships have been lost to the Great Lakes. Thanks to modern technology, their stories are finally being dragged from the depths.
Richard visits Borneo in Malaysia to see firsthand how the rubber tree plantations are threatening these amazing creatures.
The Truth Behind travels to the unofficial UFO capital of the world to investigate what exactly UFOs are.
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