Big Bigger Biggest - Series 2

Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Episode 7
Episode 8
Episode 9
Episode 10
Episode 2 - Submarine
At 171 m long, the USS Pennsylvania is the biggest submarine in the US Navy. It can dive deeper than a thousand feet, sail for 20 years without refueling, and remain submerged for up to 6 months. The vessel carries a crew of 155 men and a deadly nuclear arsenal. This film explores how this submarine was made possible through a series of six historic engineering breakthroughs. The film explores the inner workings of six landmark submarines, including the tiny Turtle and colossal German U-Boats. Each features a major technological innovation that allowed engineers to build bigger and bigger submarines. The film explores the development of underwater breathing, torpedo’s, missile launch systems and stealth technology. Using high-end computer generated imagery that makes up 50% of the film, this film reveals the incredible stories behind these machines and the inventions that have enabled them to grow in size. Six ingenious leaps forward that enabled submarines to evolve …from BIG to BIGGER into the US Navy’s BIGGEST."

Episode 1 - Tunnel The longest tunnel in the world – the Gotthard Base Tunnel

Episode 2 - Submarine The US Navy’s biggest Submarine – the USS Pennsylvania

Episode 3 - Aircraft The world’s biggest cargo aircraft – the Antonov 124

Episode 4 - Oil Rig The world’s deepest Oil Platform – the Perdido Spar

Episode 5 - Ferris Wheel The world's largest observation wheel – the Singapore Flyer

Episode 6 - Space Station The biggest space habitat – the International Space Station

Episode 7 - Dam The largest hydroelectric dam – China's Three Gorges Dam

Episode 8 - Cruise Liner The world’s biggest cruise ship – Independence of the Seas

Episode 9 - Dome The world’s largest spanning dome – Japan's Oita Stadium

Episode 10 - Telescope The biggest ever telescope – the Large Binocular Telescope

Credits
Producer
Director
Editor
Associate Producer
for NGCI, Five, Discovery Science Channel
Distributed by ITV Global Entertainment Ltd.