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Statistically, traveling by airplane is safer than driving and other forms of transportation, but when something goes wrong during a flight, it can be catastrophic with potentially hundreds of lives at stake. This series examines some of the world's worst air disasters, using official reports, transcripts and interviews with people involved to tell the stories of midair mishaps and discover what went wrong in each case. Episodes include a discussion of how the weather affects flights -- including stories of aviation disasters and near-misses -- and a New Year's Eve flight that fell from the sky into the Florida Everglades.
The history of cinematic innovation.
A correctional officer must endure the challenges of incarceration for both himself and prisoners.
Callum Ferguson must ensure that a German scientist helps the British to develop the jet engine.
Catastrophic incidents in aviation history are meticulously re-enacted, providing insight into what went wrong and if the crashes and near-disasters could have been prevented. Accounts from survivors combine with computer images to weave these gripping tales, and expert testimony reveals the hows and whys behind these events, some of which have resulted in important changes to aviation safety and regulations.
"A Discovery of Witches" is a fantasy series based on the similarly-named novel of the "All Souls" trilogy, written by Deborah Harkness. Reluctant witch/historian Diana Bishop discovers a bewitched manuscript in the Bodleian library. As she attempts to unravel the secrets this book holds about magical creatures, she is forced back into the world of magic, full of vampires, daemons, witches and forbidden love. Forming an unlikely alliance, geneticist and vampire Matthew Clairmont helps Diana to attempt to protect the book and solve the riddles within, while at the same time dodging threats from the magical creature world.
A handsome con man makes plans to elope with, then rob, a wealthy young heiress.
The true stories of murderers John Christie, his wife Ethel, and their neighbor, Timothy Evans.
A Franciscan monk and his apprentice visit an isolated abbey in the Alps for a canonical function, only to find that the abbey is now the scene of several murders.
A murder in a small town sends the community into shock, and local detective Annie Redford is thrust into her first murder case.
A young prostitute finds potential power and status after becoming the mistress of a powerful patriarch.
Examining the turbulent times and dysfunctional dynasty that ruled England during the Middle Ages.
Ganz Schweden jubelt und freut sich über das Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs. Doch der Krieg hat seine Spuren hinterlassen. Das spüren auch Nina und ihre Familie, die ein Restaurant in Stockholm betreiben, und sich kurz vor dem Ruin wiederfinden.
Based on real accounts and inspired by contemporary events, this French spy thriller follows the daily lives and missions of members of the country's external security service -- France's equivalent of the CIA. It focuses on intelligence officer Guillaume Debailly, code named "Malotru," who is mysteriously recalled to Paris after spending six years under cover in Syria. As he tries to re-connect with his daughter, ex-wife and colleagues, Debailly risks everything by resuming contact with his married lover, Nadia, who might have secrets of her own that jeopardize the agent.
A co-production between BBC One and SundanceTV, the six-part series introduces the Defoes, a family of female divorce lawyers known for dominating their field in the ruthless and fast-paced world of London's divorce law circuit. At each step, viewers are met with an authentic and compelling look at how four very different women attempt to hold their ground in all areas of their lives -- from their own relationships to their careers and the surprise return of their estranged father after a 30-year absence.
Homicide detective William Wisting is challenged by the two most difficult cases of his entire career, and his investigation into a serial killer crosses paths with his crime-writing daughter's news story.
An investigation into hate crimes committed against those singled out as "different;" these hate crimes have polarized opinion, inflamed passions and exposed deep-rooted prejudices in American society.
Documentary series in which historian Dan Jones' unique storytelling is combined with scripted drama to reveal the true story of the Wars of the Roses.
In a rare switch for programming usually adapted from one side of the Atlantic to the other, the U.K. is the recipient this time around. Dick Wolf's long-running U.S. police procedural drama gets a British tweak, as the action shifts from New York to London. Despite the change of scenery, the show's fundamental setup remains comfortably the same: the police investigate a crime in the first half, and the prosecutors go after the offenders in the second half. The only major differences are the accents and white wigs.
In 1969, Tony Alamo and his wife, Susan, founded the Alamo Christian Foundation in Los Angeles, beginning careers as born-again, fire-and-brimstone televangelists. Attracting hippies and other discontented youth, the foundation soon evolved into a cult that is said to still be in operation. By avoiding law enforcement and maintaining a strict code of silence among followers, the Alamos gained immense power, becoming millionaires on the backs of their congregation. This four-episode docuseries shines a light on the Alamo empire through rarely-seen archival footage, including an exclusive videotaped deposition with Alamo himself. It also features interviews with the FBI agent who took Alamo down as well as cult survivors who have never previously shared their stories.