Titanic At 100 - Mystery Solved
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic in April 2012, HISTORY partners with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and RMS Titanic Inc. for the...
River Cottage: Hugh's Three Hungry Boys
Celebrated chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall loves a challenge, but this time he’s setting one for his three mates Tim, Thom and Trevor, which will lead to an adventure...
National Geographic: Great Migrations (Blu-ray)
This ground-breaking, seven-hour, high-definition event chronicling the inspirational, often harrowing journeys, the unforgiving odds and what it means to move like your life depends on it. Wildebeests, zebras, red crabs, elephants, kob, walruses, butterflies, jellyfish and sharks are all the focus of crews that travelled some 670,000 kilometres to every continent, filming hundreds of stories in over 20 countries.
God In America
God in America explores the historical role of religion in the public life of the United States. The six-hour series interweaves documentary footage, historical dramatization, and interviews with religious historians. God in America examines the potent and complex interaction between religion and democracy, the origins of the American concept of religious liberty, and the controversial evolution of that ideal in the nation's courts and political arena.