#1Dogfight - The Mystery of the Red BaronThe corpse-lined trenches of Northern France are well known as one of the deadliest killing grounds of World War I. In fact, proportionately, an even more lethal war was taking place in the skies over Europe. The world's first flying 'aces' were regarded as the cosseted 'glamour boys' of The Great War. But by 1917, the life expectancy of a new pilot was just two weeks. In a few years, the amateur enthusiasts and young adventurers who made up the embryonic Royal Flying Corps and German Air Force had been turned, by bloody circumstance and rapidly advancing technology, into ruthless assassins.Videos
#2Explosion of 1812
#3Who Killed Jesus?
Discover the truth behind Pontius Pilate's role in Jesus' death. Far from the weak character portrayed in the Bible, he was a brutal politician. Controversial and compelling, Secrets Of The Cross pushes aside centuries of tradition to expose fascinating secrets at the heart of the Christian story.Videos
It is the world's most mysterious manuscript. A book, written by an unknown author, illustrated with pictures that are as bizarre as they are puzzling -- and written in a language that even the best cryptographers have been unable to decode. No wonder that this script even has a part in Dan Brown's latest bestseller "The Lost Symbol".Videos
#5How the Europeans Divided Africa
#6The LusitaniaThe sinking of this great liner was an event which provoked outrage on an unprecedented scale, marking a pivotal moment in the war. In 1915, it was the fastest, biggest and most glamorous ocean liner in the world, plying the Atlantic between New York and Liverpool. This dramatised documentary retells the story of the Lusitania's fateful voyage, when the liner, on route to the port of Liverpool, was torpedoed off the south coast of Ireland by a German U-Boat.Videos
#7The Other Pompeii: Life and Death in Herculaneum