Secrets of New York City

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One of the most iconic cities in the world. In just 400 years New York becomes a global powerhouse. By draining the ocean, we explain how.



Secrets of D-Day

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The greatest amphibious Invasion Fleet ever assembled.
7000 vessels and 250000 men take the Nazis by surprise. By draining the we ocean can explain exactly how they did it.



Leopoldville

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Within sight of the coast of France lies a sunken allied troop ship. Remnants of the 2nd world wreck scatter the sea bed, evidence of a forgotten tragedy. Nearly 800 American soldiers lost their lives, the event surrounded by secrecy and mystery.



Drain The Great Lakes

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The Great Lakes are the largest system of fresh water on earth, containing roughly 20 per cent of the world supply. They contain enough water to cover the entire surface of the continental United States to a depth of 9 feet. Over 37 million people live by their shores in some of greatest cities in the world. This film deploys the latest scientific survey equipment, expert testimony, and state of the art CGI to expose the invisible worlds beneath the surface.



Submarine: Mission Impossible

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In April 1925, the Allies are poised to launch a major landing on the nearby Gallipoli peninsula. Their objective is to open up a new front and knock Turkey out of the war. This is the gripping story of a submarine with an awesome history, thought lost forever…and the ambitious plans to raise her. It combines a hazardous underwater expedition, with the spine-tingling tale of one of the most audacious missions ever undertaken by a submarine.



Running Blind

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Libby Clegg is Scotland’s golden girl of athletics: a visually impaired Paralympic sprinter who shot to fame winning silver in the 100 metres in Beijing and now hopes to take a medal at London 2012. She spent many years struggling to cope, following her diagnosis with an inherited condition, and now runs with the help of guides. This film follows Libby’s achievements from Summer 2010 to her competitions at the Paralympic World Championships in New Zealand.



Jutland

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On the 31st of May 1916, Germany and Great Britain fight the largest fleet battle ever. In barely 12 hours, 249 warships clash, 8,500 men die. Now, the British commander’s grandson, Nicholas Jellicoe accompanies marine archaeologists on an expedition to find out what went wrong.



Drain The Sunken Pirate City

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Port Royal, the ‘wickedest city on Earth’, famous for its Caribbean pirates, liquor and whores, is torn apart on June 7 th  1692 by quake and tsunami. Buildings are sucked into the ocean or buried where they sink. Two thousand people die. Marine archaeologist Jon Henderson goes in search of evidence.



Ultimate Battleships

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Under the seas off Northern Europe lie the remains of the lost mega warships of the early 20th Century. At the height of World War I, these powerful weapons stage an epic showdown. CGI illustrates how the drained waters of the North Sea solve the mystery of what actually happens during The Battle of Jutland.



Egypt’s Lost Wonders

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The architectural treasures left behind by the civilisation of Ancient Egypt are a permanent reminder of their culture, state power and belief system. By draining the sands and waters of the Nile Valley, we reveal some of their greatest constructions and to solve some of the mysteries that lie behind them.