This is the definitive story of the world's first and last supersonic passenger jet, exploring the defining moments in Concorde's history and revealing the untold story behind the devastating crash of Flight AF4590 in 2000. On the evening of June 23, 2016, Prime Minister David Cameron and his inner circle gathered at 10 Downing Street to witness a turning point in British history. Scientists deep in the African Congo have discovered forgotten clues that are rewriting the story of the global pandemic and revealing shocking facts about its origins. Over 150 years, Tokyo has risen from the ashes twice--from an epic earthquake and a devastating series of bombings--rebuilding itself into the world's largest city. Locals call them "demon fish" but angling legend Andy Coetzee calls them something else: an obsession. 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A scene from Stephenie Meyer's "Twilight" series? Join a team of archaeologists as they enter the royal tombs of three emperors spanning the reign of the Han Dynasty. When the smoke cleared, four of the German ships had sunk, including the flagship and pride of the German fleet, the SMS Scharnhorst. Settlers, poachers, and professional hunters have almost wiped out the lion population, leaving just one lioness in the vast wilderness... but not for long. But these snakes are not simply cold-blooded killers. The aircraft has flown miles off course, and its position is unknown. Two archaeologists believe so after discovering artifacts in Chesapeake Bay that bear an inexplicable resemblance to those from prehistoric Europe. Air Disasters (Smithsonian Channel, 2011) is a documentary series. He began a one-man "Walk Against Fear" to encourage Black Mississippians to register to vote, which became a national event after he was shot. But his journey will prove to be long and dangerous, fraught with challenges from a variety of foes, including a fierce rogue male tiger and nearby villagers on an aggressive campaign to hunt him down and kill him. But new, explosive evidence from the most unlikely of sources may finally lay all arguments to rest and reveal, for the first time, the full story of what possibly doomed the "unsinkable" liner. In November 19, 1946, a U.S. military transport plane goes out of control while flying over the Swiss Alps and crashes high in the mountains. There was no known cause, no cure, and no help in sight for parents desperate to protect their children. To combat the devastating toll of malaria - which leads to 250 million cases and nearly one million deaths per year - scientists all over the world have been working for over 50 years to develop a vaccine. Reaching lengths of up to 18 feet and packing enough venom to kill an elephant with a single strike, this apex predator is both revered and feared by its human neighbors. Washington, D.C. in 1861. In the untamed and uncompromising wilds of southwestern Africa, a remarkable and resourceful array of life exists. In Mexico, he was a colonialist aggressor responsible for thousands of deaths. He takes us underwater and into their cave-like nests to show these flying jewels as they've never been seen before. The 1993 Waco siege of the compound belonging to the Branch Davidians riveted the nation and drew swarms of media from around the globe. Did these Middle Eastern holy men become the jolly old Saint Nick of popular lore? This is the extraordinary story of Dr. Wolfgang Dittus, a scientist from the Smithsonian Institution who, over decades, has tracked and documented the lives of thousands of monkeys, revealing a complex society that is in many ways like our own. Award-winning programming exclusively from Smithsonian Channel, available anywhere, anytime, and on your favorite devices. Then, go behind the scenes of the film "Fury" and inside the tankers' world, as we hear accounts from veterans who survived the intense tank battles firsthand. Using electricity, these "Super" fish can communicate wirelessly, control each other remotely and emit shocks that can stop a human heart. Dr. Pauly's research shows that we have drastically underestimated the amount fish we catch globally and that we are running out of fish much faster ... On the harsh and unforgiving plains of central Namibia, Africa, a young honey badger named Grit has just left home to venture out in the great, wide world, but it won't be easy. Now an intrepid scientist, Will Crampton ventures back into the dark jungles where the inspiration for our technology driven world first emerged, in an attempt to unravel their secrets and unlock the electric code. 3. Take flight across ancient glaciers, rugged mountain ranges, primeval forests, and pristine waterways. Female giant pandas are only fertile once a year, for 48 hours. On a high plateau in a remote desert in northern Chile lies the largest observatory on Earth, ALMA, or Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array. It lasted only one day on a small piece of land, but the impact the Battle of Waterloo had on history is massive and far-reaching. Contenders compete for prizes ranging from luxurious getaways to free dog food-- but mostly it's about bizarre bragging rights, boundless creativity, and the extraordinary kinship between people and their dogs. How America's national anthem came to be. The plains of Africa have always been a hotbed of predator action, but lurking in its rivers is perhaps its most elusive killer: the Goliath tigerfish. After the devastating attacks of 9/11, New York City needed to rebuild itself, emotionally, spiritually, and physically. The president isn't the only one who works in the White House. But through 45,000 hours of work, 80 employees hammer, screw, and drill a wreck into a modern aircraft. Then see how they celebrate their love and honor their families, without breaking their budgets. Months after World War II, an extraordinary discovery was made inside a captured Nazi official's coat lining: the last will and testament of Adolf Hitler. Time is quickly running out. So what happened, exactly? Witness the surprising findings as we conduct the world's first specially designed paternity poll, and follow three people who put fatherhood to the test to find peace. The Smithsonian Channel is an American pay television channel owned by ViacomCBS through its domestic media networks division. The story of how the world is threatened by rising sea levels due to carbon dioxide emissions and rising global temperatures. The race against the Soviet Union to build a bigger, better bomb was on. May the best man or reindeer or emperor penguin or sockeye salmon win. Compounding the problem, Colombia is proving to be a paradise for African hippos as there are no natural predators and a year-round abundance of water and luscious grass to feed on. If you've ever used the phrase "when pigs fly" to describe something that'll never happen, you may want to reach back into your bag of idioms. We reveal how the world's sepia rainbow of skin color is an adaptation to the sun's UV rays and our diet. Yet a recent discovery has proven to be even more disturbing: the malady is linked to mad cow disease and its human equivalent, variant CJD. During the rainy season in Africa, a herd of buffalo can create thousands of pounds of waste in a day, which would be an environmental disaster if not for the dung beetle. The beginning of space exploration was full of questions and unknowns; until they started sending living organisms into orbit, no one knew if the vacuum of outer space would be deadly. February 2018, February 2018 Saint Nick, Father Christmas, Kris Kringle, Santa Claus - From Armenia (Gaghant Baba) to China (Dun Che Lao Ren), India (Ganesha) and Yugoslavia (Deda Mraz), this beloved and iconic symbol of holiday cheer is known by dozens of names. This is the inside story of Europe's migration explosion and its impact across the globe. - Follow these three-ton beasts as they fight lions, crocodiles, and other hippo gangs, struggling to stay alive until the next rainfall. Oceanic whitetips are best known as the shark responsible for the carnage that followed the 1945 sinking of the USS Indianapolis. During the excesses of his reign of terror, extorting billions of dollars from the illicit trafficking of cocaine to the USA, he ordered his henchmen to organise four of these gigantic beasts to be captured in Africa and delivered by plane to his notorious playboy ranch. But when nature fails, science steps in. Since childhood, growing up by the Great Barrier Reef, she's treated these predators as family. - Witness this royal battle up close as we enter the most complex social structure of any animal except humans, one where women rule the roost and have final say on who sits on the throne and for how long. The Siberian discovery of the best-preserved woolly mammoth on record has teams of experts working around the globe, and around the clock, on some of the most ambitious projects in science. See how pigs have conquered nearly every habitat on Earth, thanks to their remarkable senses, intelligence, and adaptability. They also capture the first footage ever taken of a bizarre new species of anole discovered in the Dominican Republic. It's a unique view of a one-of-a-kind world and you have a first-class seat. It lives to a very old age, never gets sick, and is practically impervious to pain. His name: Petrus Gonsalvus, more commonly known today as the hairy hero of Beauty and the Beast. Tuesdays at 8 et/pt . Right up until 15,000 years ago our planet was inhabited by millions of mammoths. The site where the Twin Towers once stood was now a gaping pit, and the entire world watched to see what, if anything, could fill the void. Through the stories of a few devoted competitors, the film reveals a commitment that extends far beyond the time and money poured into this event. Turn out the lights, hide in the shadows, and enter the secretive realm of the infamous ninja. The Smithsonian's scientists and scholars work in 140 countries, including the United Kingdom, to preserve cultural heritage and biodiversity, explore space, save species and elevate the arts. Through declassified items and firsthand accounts, we reveal the untold stories behind the covert war in history's largest conflict. But of all his military feats, perhaps his greatest was leading his massive Carthaginian army of men and three-dozen elephants across the Alps and into the heartland of Rome in 218 B.C. Snakes live in forests and deserts, underground and underwater, and in every continent but Antarctica. How did the vessel work, what killed its inventor and crew, and why did it end up here in this deserted archipelago? VIP. A race is on to save Gabon's Moukalaba-Doudou National Park and the silverback gorillas that call it home. It is considered a wonder of the world, and one of the most popular tourist attractions on Earth, but few realize that the Taj Mahal was built as a monument to eternal love. Look beyond the Hope Diamond and Lincoln's stove top hat, and you'll discover that, along with beautiful and celebrated treasures, the Smithsonian Institution also houses items that are bizarre, revolting, and downright weird. Discover your favorite shows now. Stream original series and entertaining documentaries inspired by the Smithsonian Institution’s museums, research facilities, and publications, and explore worlds of history, mystery, science, pop culture, and more. Get a remarkable look at their daily battles for survival as we take you on an action-packed journey into one of the wildest springs in Africa. And with 3 billion people around the world dependent on fish for protein it's one of the most important stories of our time. Overview; Activity; Recent Episodes; All episodes. From glimmering new megacities like Shenzhen, China to areas affected by climate change like Mt. In January 1942, the U.S. military created a new bomber command, the Eighth Air Force, and sent a small contingent of men overseas to loosen the Nazis' grip on Europe. The Lost Tapes: Patty Hearst re-airs tonight at 8 p.m. on The Smithsonian Channel. Witness the story of One World Trade Center, one of the most significant, and dangerous, construction jobs ever launched. Scientists want to know why. Smithsonian Channel Documentaries 1992. From the deserts of the American Southwest to the jungles and villages of Africa, vipers are notorious for their bad attitudes, diamond-shaped heads, and the longest snake fangs on Earth. These magnificent animals share the same territory in the cool of the night, and it can become dangerous for this hippo clan to feed. It's fall in Panama. In Kathmandu, centuries of culture are destroyed. Every day, they must avoid being trampled, evade predators like bullfrogs, honey badgers, and rock monitor lizards, and rival dung beetle families desperate for the same fecal prize. This is the definitive story of the Nazi's unprecedented all-out assault on a nation's cities and morale, composed almost entirely of rarely seen archival footage and told through discovered civilian diary entries, military leaders' speeches, and war correspondents' dramatic accounts. It's the equivalent of spotting an orange on the moon, but after 10 years of planning and the combined brainpower of over 200 international scientists, the team feels they're ready to make scientific history. Through artful photography and exceptional access, the film will explore the nature of Colombia at it most extreme and spectacular and at its most delightful and uplifting. Visit the locations that inspired Baum’s Land of Oz, witness his family’s archival collection, and hear interviews with fans, historians, and the author’s family as we share this heart-warming story of the man behind the classic. The island of Barro Colorado in the Panama Canal is full of mysteries, some involving the wide diversity of wildlife, and some involving the island itself. It's a mission full of setbacks and disappointments, chaos and danger, and the magic of unexpected relationships. It was a strange affair, full of love, lust and despair... That of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun, his mistress from 1932 to their double suicide in Hitler's Berlin bunker, that fateful day in April 1945. The seemingly peaceful world of plants is actually a battlefield and a constant struggle for survival. A caving expedition recently discovered a community of dwarf crocodiles living in the Abanda Caves, Gabon. What turned an ambitious officer from an old aristocratic family into the mastermind of a coup d’etat? Shark specialist Dr. Geremy Cliff and sensory biologist Dr. Craig O'Connell have joined forces to unlock the hunting secrets of the ocean's perfect predator, the great white shark. And everything, from a massive F100 supersonic fighter jet to small toys and games, must arrive without a scratch. An unprecedented military strategy, conceived by the Japanese in a frantic effort to avoid defeat during the final months of World War II, suicide attacks resulted in over 150 allied ships damaged and more than 4,000 U.S. soldiers killed. The islands' resources are being exploited, putting all local wildlife at risk. Join us as we chronicle the never-ending search for the perfect canine and look at the world of hybrid, purebred, and rescue dogs. There's a mysterious predator lurking in the depths of Australia's wild Southern Ocean, a beast that savagely devoured a great white shark in front of cinematographer David Riggs 11 years ago. From evil incarnate to one of evolution's great success stories, we show how the snake continues slithering forward on the path to survival. The Revillagigedo Islands, about 200 miles off the coast of Mexico, may not look like much on the surface, but beneath is one of nature's best-kept secrets: a home to some of the greatest concentrations of fish in the world. Berlin. Her presence was a symbol of new hope and a better future during the Great Depression and through the darkest days of World War II. Skin color both unites and divides us. In Russia, paleontologists are conducting a historic autopsy on the 40,000-year-old beast to find out how it lived, and how it died. Join the investigation as we reveal the secrets behind this very unique and valuable Dead Sea Scroll. A journey through some of the most beautiful gardens in the world, revealing the secrets of both classical and contemporary Japanese gardens. Rev. Watch Nazi Germany's desperate attempt at victory as the Allies race to stop them and see how the V2 miraculously went from deadly weapon to amazing feat of space technology. Smithsonian Channel. Apollo’s Moon Shot. Somewhat bizarelly, he left behind a private zoo with African hippos. For one mother raising three cubs, the stakes are especially high. Researchers are scrambling to address these challenges, using modern tracking devices to follow the animals and protect the millions that journey along this unique cross-continental passageway. In 1938, a German-Jewish businessman, Benno Thorsch, traded his camera factory in Dresden for a new life in Detroit and, later, Los Angeles. I like to describe it as going in to find the needle in the haystack...and then kill it. The legendary warship, Mars the Magnificent, met its match in what is considered history's first modern naval battle. But in an astounding feat of adaptation, this fearsome predator appears to have completely overhauled its hunting strategies and teamed up with another species to find food. We Now Understand Why … Underground, however, it's a different story. This sprawling, arid land plays host to the highest concentration of elephants on Earth, and they've recently lost their leader. As Russian and Allied forces surrounded Berlin in 1945, Hitler took refuge in a bunker beneath the crumbling city. And the woman who unwittingly sheltered an assassin. Award-winning programming exclusively from Smithsonian Channel, available anywhere, anytime, and on your favorite devices. The Badlands of America: a geological phenomenon that provides a 75-million-year history lesson, presented layer by colorful layer. The Smithsonian Institution, in collaboration with the Haitian government, embark on a mission to restore thousands of damaged artworks gathered from the ruins of public museums, private galleries, and toppled cathedrals. Smithsonian Channel offers documentaries and shows exploring history, science, nature, aviation, space and pop culture. Join us as we detail a devastating natural disaster and the cataclysmic events that changed history and inspired a myth. Hiding in the vast rivers and streams is an electric grid, a bizarre community of fish with a highly sophisticated electric sixth sense. In the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, a cultural recovery project is born. We examine each member of the dummy family tree, from 1948's Thin Man, the grandfather of them all, to 1976's industry standard Hybrid III, to today's THOR, the $750,000 god of safety. About two millenniums ago, its emperors ruled for over 400 years, and yet, few visible remains of this period exist above ground. Planes That Changed the World (Smithsonian Channel, 2015) is a documentary series. The fiercest, strangest, and wildest creatures in the animal kingdom face off in a countdown of the most incredible animal moments ever recorded. In this show, we take a fun and informative look at ten wondrous and unusual artefacts drawn from the Smithsonian’s collections. He, too, was carried away by the triumph of the French campaign. Many people have become an integral part of the ecosystem others work selflessly to safeguard it. For the first time this cinematic series will reveal Colombia's wild lands, wild life and the people who, everyday, are a part of it. Today, many of the space-age technologies displayed on the show, like space shuttles, cell phones, and desktop computers, have already gone from science fiction to science fact. Deep beneath the surface of the South Seas, divers risk their lives each year to pursue a miraculous gem. From the moment the very first jumbo jet took off in 1969, it has been the aircraft against which all others are judged. Ireland's history is steeped in religion and mystery. The 1960s were a turbulent decade full of civil unrest and political backlash. Smithsonian Channel offers documentaries and shows exploring history, science, nature, aviation, space and pop culture. This is an hour-by-hour recount of one of the most pivotal conflicts of the 20th century. Some bite. Illinois is the final state to be captured in Smithsonian Channel's "Aerial America" series. Some claim that by studying the features in our hands, we can diagnose attributes or conditions such as cancer, schizophrenia, and even bad teeth. In the grip of the Great Depression, WPA writers searched for America and discovered the Soul of a People. about Hitler and his regime. We trace the life and career of Lead Belly, a man praised by critics and revered by artists, whose unique music crossed a host of genres and influenced countless industry legends, from The Beatles to Led Zeppelin to Nirvana and beyond. Astronomer Shep Doeleman and his team are on a mission that will challenge the theories of Albert Einstein and could pave the way to a revolution in physics: to capture the first-ever image of a black hole. And yet, for centuries, the sacred structure remained lost within the tropical forests of Cambodia, along with the history of the young king who built the temple. To do this, they must link eight multimillion-dollar observatories around the world to a spot 26,000 light years away. Witness the story of Leonore Goldschmidt, a fired teacher who found a loophole in Nazi law and opened the Goldschmidt School, a sanctuary for hundreds of Jewish youths, an oasis in the heart of hell. Stream original series and entertaining documentaries inspired by the Smithsonian Institution’s museums, research facilities, and publications, and explore worlds of history, mystery, science, pop culture, and more. International Shipping Eligible; Video Length. The theories of what happened are as widespread as the damage the fireball caused. China, as we know it today, would not exist without the Han Dynasty. For the first time, this extraordinary film shows Hitler in his private life, as seen through the eyes - and the camera lens - of Eva Braun, who with her own 16mm camera recorded a "making-of" (in color!) It's the lost jewel of the Caribbean, but how long can this pristine wilderness survive? Yet the origins of this forgery prove to be just as historically significant. Australian scientist Michael Alpers dedicated over 50 years to researching Kuru, an obscure and incurable brain disease unique to the Fore people of New Guinea. The American flag flies at half-staff more often than not as more than twenty-seven burials take place daily. The crocs are living in pitch darkness, hunt bats and some have bright-orange skin. Halfway around the world, however, the fighting is still going strong on a small island in the Pacific. Produced by Darlow Smithson Productions for Smithsonian Networks International in association with Channel 4. If Antarctica and Greenland melted, the world's oceans would rise by 230ft. Home / Series / Smithsonian Channel Documentaries / Aired Order / Season 2020 When available, episode names will be translated into your preferred language. Millions of American Bison once roamed the Great Plains of North America. Who were these people? How do you grasp an event as enormous as September 11? The bomb he placed at Hitler’s headquarters could have put an end to war and genocide. Every year, hundreds of scientists and students come here to uncover the rainforest's secrets, but this year is very different. Discover his story told through recently released interviews from coworkers and letters from "The Forgotten Genius of Bletchley Park" himself. And who is to blame? The Secret Service agent who was seconds too late. They provide shade in blistering heat, shelter to animals in desperate need, and feasts when the rest of the region has dried up. It's a discovery for the ages...or at least the aging process. Frog species that have survived on our planet for more than 200 million years are facing mass extinction at an alarming rate. The torch has been lit, and the battle for Winter Games supremacy is on. At the time, it was believed that the world was less than 6,000 years old. Discover your favorite shows now. But the malarial parasite is of a formidable and elusive complexity. The doctor who tried to save him. Join actor Warwick Davis as he tells the story of the Ovitz family, a troupe of seven performers who became prisoners and, eventually, guinea pigs to the Nazi's "Angel of Death" Dr. Josef Mengele. A great metropolis has been discovered, buried beneath the pastures of the Danube. See how the sprawling city complex of Angkor Thom grew under his rule to support the vibrant and thriving Khmer civilization. In the quest to combat age-related illness – and even ageing itself – researchers around the world are searching for the Methuselah gene in this remarkable rodent to find cures for humans. Scientific ingenuity and groundbreaking technology may be the only hope to crack the case before an entire species is driven to extinction. Stonehenge is one of the world's most iconic monuments, yet despite centuries of intense scrutiny many of the biggest questions about its inspiration, origins and evolution remain unanswered. For decades, scholars have sought proof that the reports were true, and now they finally have it. Along with Washington University professor and godfather of modern anole research Jonathan Losos, Dappen and Losin investigate the astonishing evolution of this tiny creature - how anoles have followed the same evolutionary paths in different ecosystems, the sheer speed at which anoles can evolve to thrive on fast-changing islands and the surprising adaptations they have used to conquer new environments - including one species' never-before-filmed ability to breathe underwater. We'll also look at the objects, like Lincoln's hat and John Wilkes Booth's gun, that witnessed the crime that changed the course of American history forever. Smithsonian Channel Asia is where curiosity lives, inspiration strikes and wonders never cease. 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