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Delve further into the realms of conspiracy theories, explore the riches of British history and immerse yourself in pivotal moments of the past and present. H2 will entertain you with little known facts of the world around us.
Literally translated to mean 'old boot', Savate developed in France in the 1800s. Jason and Bill navigate the dockyards of Marseille to uncover its secrets.
The Civil War nearly destroyed the great experiment known as the United States of America, but is it possible that the preservation of the republic was influenced by extraterrestrial beings?
All around the world are examples of physical evidence suggesting humans are not alone in the universe, but has this evidence been left behind for a purpose? Is it a series of clues we are meant to decipher? Giorgio A Tsoukalos investigates.
Zahi makes it clear to the world community that every major Egyptian artefact must be returned, and so a missing piece of an offering table is headed back to Karnak Temple from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.
We show the amazing genius of Archimedes, who managed to make water flow uphill, Philon created the first robot, and Ctesibius who experimented with pneumatics. Heron of Alexandria invented the steam engine, automatic doors and vending machines!
Today, modern soldiers are equipped with all the latest battlefield technology. But what cutting edge weapons and defenses were the ancient warriors armed with?
Lue Elizondo calls on a new technology to analyse a series of UFO videos recorded in 2019 - a year that saw a huge increase in UFO sightings. While previously focusing on US Military eyewitnesses, the team broadens its focus to civilian accounts.
113 BC. Rome is a small empire on the edge of the Mediterranean. After several disastrous defeats, the Roman elite are forced to turn to a commoner, Marius, to shake up the army and save Rome!
We explore ancient texts to uncover amazing Roman technologies including a horse-drawn arrow shooter - possibly the world's first tank?
US airline pilots are reporting near mid-air collisions with UFOs. Elizondo hears a never-before-told account from a major legacy airline pilot whose report of a glowing orange sphere while in the cockpit over Arizona is backed up by photo evidence.
As Rome was busy expanding her borders, a Thracian warrior, Spartacus, was to lead a 70,000-strong slave revolt within Italy that could have destroyed the Republic.
The hosts are in Japan to test their tolerance to physical pain and reach a higher level of intense training. They are looking to understand the techniques and history of Japan's national martial art: Judo.
With infrared satellite technology detecting pyramids hidden underneath the sand in Egypt and airborne laser sensors discovering long lost pyramids beneath the jungles of Central America, many believe we have entered a new pyramid era.�
2003. Baghdad falls to US forces. Over the 36 - hour period the Iraq Museum is unprotected, 15,000 antiquities are stolen. Time is ticking as two men join forces, determined to hunt them down. How far will they go to retrieve the loot?
This time on River Hunters, presenter Rick Edwards and master detectorist Beau Ouimette team up to hunt for relics from the 14th Century bloody and brutal clashes between the English and the Scottish.
A secret serviceman for President Kennedy sheds light on a plot to assassinate JFK on the streets of Chicago, and a treasure hunter may have located Arizona's infamous Lost Dutchman Mine. Plus, could New England be a new Bigfoot hotspot?
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