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Whitwell Middle School in rural Tennessee is the setting for this documentary about an extraordinary experiment in Holocaust education. Struggling to grasp the concept of six-million Holocaust victims, the students decide to collect six-million paper clips to better understand the extent of this cri
From old bottles and rusted tin cans to sophisticated high-tech targets, the firing range has honed people's shooting skills, whether it's a kid with a B-B gun or the military's top marksmen.
Documentary about nuclear submarines, the cornerstone of the U.S. defense policy since the 1950s. Carrying more than 50 percent of America's strategic nuclear arsenal, the submarines roam 70 percent of the Earth's surface.
Documentary that highlights the history of cannons, from the early devices designed to penetrate forts to the modern-day smart weapons.
Documentary about diamond mines. Half a mile below the Earth's surface, men mine for one of the most precious jewels in the world.
Documentary that chronicles how the raw materials of civilization are removed from the earth and used to build the roads, airports, buildings, bridges, tunnels and other infrastructures of the modern world.
A look at some of the most inspired gadgets ever created -- from Swiss Army knives to automatic donut dunking devices -- and the inventers, eccentrics and geniuses behind them.
A look at how some of the inventions that have had the greatest impact on our lives were developed. Among the inventions profiled are the electric light, the automobile, the airplane, the printing press, television, computers and medical advances such as antibiotics and x-rays.
Documentary about the technological innovations developed in the wake of some of the worst catastrophes known to man. In the hope of saving lives, scientists work to better understand and attempt to control calamity.
Also known as ROVs, remote operated vehicles allow humans to journey into places they normally can't go. ROVs can give first-hand glimpses of the horrors of nuclear disasters, provide vicarious thrills of flying airplanes and can provide views of remote worlds far away or too microscopic for man.
A look at the evolution of the tools used in farming, the industry that feeds the world. The agricultural process has changed over the years, using ever more sophisticated and often controversial techniques to gain higher yields. From family farms to bio-tech, the program introduces viewers to the f
Like all other aspects of society, the police have been swept up in a technological revolution. State-of-the-art communications systems, innovative scientific evidence collection methods and powerful new tools for apprehending suspects have transformed virtually every aspect of police work.
Documentary about power tools. The ability to motorize and electrify tools made it possible to construct houses, buildings and communities with speed, accuracy and efficiency.
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Documentary that travels into the lives and minds of Elvis Presley impersonators and the sub-culture of Elvis. The program presents the story of four impersonators who are performing in regional contests with the hope of getting into the finals of the Images of Elvis concert in Memphis and being cro
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