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    Modern Marvels

    Modern Marvels

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    According to the History Channel, this show first aired in January of 1995, but it was released on VHS in 1994. It was probably on another network before the History Channel was formed in January of 1995.moreless
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    Cities of the Underworld

    Cities of the Underworld

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    Peel back the layers of history with hosts Don Wildman and Eric Geller, as they explore underneath the cities of the world to find the hidden engineering feats and dark histories buried beneath. Travel though a maze of tunnels, hidden water supplies, hideouts, and tombs lost to time.moreless
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    The Universe

    The Universe

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    Introducing absolutely everything. The beginning of history starts here. There are 50 billion galaxies in the universe. 95% is still uncharted. This series examines the mysteries of everything, from black holes to how our sun functions. Is our planet as insignificant to the cosmos as a drop of water is to the ocean? This series will investigate the uncharted frontiers of space and explore the possible existence of life-supporting worlds beyond our own.moreless
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    The Works

    The Works

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    The Works is a History Channel show hosted by Daniel H. Wilson, a Carnegie educated robotics engineer and American writer. The program reveals the unseen secrets and history of everyday life using real scientific experiments and interviews with experts. Each episode focuses on uncovering the complex systems behind commonplace things, tracing a path from where it has come to where it is today and where it can go in the future. Topics range from common garbage, beer, sneakers or tattoo removal to armored plating and robots. The Works takes the viewer from a basic understanding of a product or service to a fascinating level of behind the scenes knowledge. The viewers become privy to industry trade secrets and interesting historical facts, often presented by top representatives of each perspective field. Scientific, historical and social significance are given equal weight. The Works shows audiences a broad, vibrant and surprising picture of everyday objects and industries.moreless
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    How the Earth Was Made

    How the Earth Was Made

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    Let the History Channel show you how the Earth came into being in this powerful series. Filmmakers travel the globe to uncover the geological processes that have shaped our planet and witness some pretty amazing stuff in the process.moreless
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    Mega Disasters

    Mega Disasters

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    Using past natural disasters as an example, this series explores what would happen should a major catastrophe strike the United States. From tsunamis, earthquakes, and volcanic eruptions to hurricanes and even an astroid impact, see what disasters could be coming our way. It's happened before; it will happen again.moreless
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    Lunar Landing

    Lunar Landing

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    Lunar Landing documentary on The History Channel.
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    Digging for the Truth

    Digging for the Truth

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    Digging for the Truth explores some of the world's greatest archaeological mysteries, from the Pyramids of Egypt to the Lost Ark of the Covenant, from the Holy Grail to King Solomon's Gold. Hosted by adventurer and survival expert Josh Bernstein. Shot in High Definition for The History Channel.moreless
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    UFO Hunters

    UFO Hunters

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    Many people wonder if we are alone in the universe. A group of experts in UFO Hunters is determined to find evidence of extraterrestrial life. Each week the experts travel to different sites where there is rumored to have been a UFO incident and try to separate fact from fantasy.moreless
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    Mega Movers

    Mega Movers

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    Mega Movers is a television program on The History Channel. It first aired on April 18, 2006. It details the preparations and inside problems and details of large moves, such as historical buildings being relocated to new sites miles away (city halls, famous mansions, apartment houses etc.), oil derricks and such like difficult moves (Church and steeple, large off-road dump trucks, Oil platforms, Off-track Locomotives, etc.).moreless
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    That's Impossible

    That's Impossible

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    This show exhibits scientists finding out what is needed to turn seemingly impossible science fiction concepts into reality.
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    Evolve

    Evolve

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    The History Channel takes a long hard look into physical features of animals and humans such as eyes, jaws, and guts. Science tracks how these features came about in response to environmental demands in a fascinating fashion.moreless
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    Jurassic Fight Club

    Jurassic Fight Club

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    The History Channel imagines prehistoric life in this entertainment series about dinosaur battles. Computer-generated dinosaurs engage in conflicts choreographed using paleontological evidence from 70-million-year-old crime scenes.
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    Shockwave

    Shockwave

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    This series takes you back to some of the most catastrophic events in history. These are videos captured live by surveillance cameras, cell phones and anyone with a camera who happened to be at right place at the wrong time.moreless
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    Tougher in Alaska

    Tougher in Alaska

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    Severe weather shapes life in this northern state in ways that non-residents can hardly imagine. This History Channel series spotlights the past and present of Alaska's people and how they have learned to survive and thrive in this area of vast distances, rugged terrain, and extreme weather.moreless
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    Engineering An Empire

    Engineering An Empire

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    In an era long passed, mighty empires were forged from nothing and rose to the heights of power. Join host Peter Weller, an actor and a professor at Syracuse University as he travels the world to show the engineering feats that gave rise to some of the greatest civilizations known to man. From Rome to the Pharaohs' Egypt, from Greece to Carthage, from the Aztecs to the Maya and more, this new program from the History Channel uses computer graphics to explore the architectural, political and cultural glory of the world's greatest empires.moreless
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    Deep Sea Detectives

    Deep Sea Detectives

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    This show is about the history of the various vessels that have sunk into the depths of the ocean over the years, and of modern attempts to salvage them.
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    Ape to Man

    Ape to Man

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    Ape to Man is an intriguing television show that brings the viewer on a journey through time. In this show scientists attempt to uncover the truth about the origin of humankind. Familiar discoveries such as the ancient Neanderthal continue to arouse questions in the minds of people all over the world. Ape to Man captures the interest of viewers who are seeking evidence of the process that brought about today's human beings. Clues and findings from experts will stir excitement in the hearts and minds of viewers. A key topic of debate is Charles Darwin's well-known discoveries. Such findings are examined in this show. Can scientists find the missing link between humankind and apes? Ape to Man aims to answer this question by researching and presenting data that will make viewers excited to watch each episode. Scientists have long searched for the missing link that connects humankind to apes and this is a show that connects humankind to shocking discoveries.moreless
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    Earth: Its History and Future

    Earth: Its History and Future

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    Earth: Its History and Future is an in-depth look at how the Earth was made and what's in store for it in the days to come.
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    Life After People: The Series

    Life After People: The Series

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    Life After People: The Series is a speculative documentary TV series developed by the History Channel as a what-if look on what would happen to Earth if humanity no longer existed, including the affect its disappearance would have on not only the environment, the human-made inventions, and any of the human-affected areas of the world. While the cause of humanity’s disappearance is never stated, the series picks up immediately after the departure, showing the slow degradation of manmade constructions like office buildings and bridges and the eventually progression of nature, including the outspread of flora and fauna and the evolution of natural predators, from a day to centuries after the initial loss. Scientists, anthropologists, and other experts give their opinions on what would happen to a number of factors, including deadly viruses, formerly human-controlled populations of animals, buildings and bridges, and machines of war, with each passing year. Each episode also explores sites from around the World that had been abandoned for one reason or another, like the nuclear devastation of Chernobyl, a 900-year-old vacant Cambodian temple, and a geologically instable Italian town of Balestrino. Life After People is an interesting exploration of humanity’s effect on the planet and Earth’s ultimate evolution after we are gone.moreless
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