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Big Bigger Biggest - Series 3 6x50' for Nat Geo UK

Big, Bigger, Biggest is back - and it's bigger than ever. 6 episodes revealing the key inventions that allowed structures to evolve from simple and small into complex and BIG. Each episode opens showcasing the largest example of its kind and asks the question, ‘how did it grow so big?’ Then a whirlwind tour of CGI, demonstrations and actuality delivers the answer. Superstructures grow, evolve, bend, twist, move and collapse to reveal their secret workings - buckle up and prepare to be amazed!

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RI Christmas Lectures 2001 5 x 50'

John Sulston lectures on the origins of life and how it has progressed to the present day.

Last Shuttle: Our Journey

The inside story of the space shuttle and her final launch

Monster Moves - Season 5 6 x 50'

A fifth season following the men who move the impossible.

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Monster Moves - Season 4 6 x 50'

Hauling the heaviest structures across land, sea and air - Monster Moves returns for a fourth series.

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Animal Mega Moves (aka Giant Animal Moves) 4x60min

Adventures of specialist vets and transport engineers.

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Heavy Haulers 4 x 45'

Jeremy Patterson - of Monster Moves fame - in his own reality show.

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Monster Moves - Season 3 6 x 50'

Monster Moves returns for a third series. This time, the structures are bigger and the routes a lot longer and riskier.

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DNA 5 x 50'

An EMMY award-winning history of DNA - to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the double helix discovery with Dr Watson himself.

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Monster Moves - Season 2

Two impossibly large structures… Two teams with a mission to move them!

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Big Bigger Biggest - Series 2 10 x 50'

Rolling back the clock and winding down the scale, each film reveals the inventions that allowed structures to grow supersize.

The Day The World Took Off 5 x 50'

This landmark series on the origins of the Industrial Revolution challenges traditional views of this dramatic period in history.

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