Explore the technology that helps make winter sports so exciting, from ultra-modern competition venues to the latest in athletic training.
Journey to the real American South for an informative and sometimes lighthearted look at its distinctive characteristics, cultures, and influences on our country's history.
Find out how massive feats of engineering like the Hoover Dam and the Erie Canal were accomplished with tools as simple as shovels, drill bits, railroad spikes and a birdcage.
An event planner and a schoolteacher fight to win Rick's favorite two-wheeled treasure.
An historical look at the popular drinks that have quenched our thirst for over a century.
An Elvis impersonator and a fire prevention specialist take on the Pawn Stars in an attempt to win Chum's favorite item from the shop.
An autograph of baseball legend Honus Wagner lands in the shop. Will Corey and Chum hit a home run? Later, Chumlee helps set up the shop's new phone system.
A WWII Morse Code reader and a letter written by Secretary of State John Quincy Adams come into the shop. Meanwhile, Corey insists on taking over Rick's annual 4th of July shop barbecue. Will he provide a new spark for an old classic?
Some of the most familiar machines come in large and small versions, each one designed for a very specific purpose.
Examine in slow motion the points of failure for many different substances used for safety in our everyday lives.
Explore the mysterious and otherworldly similarities shared by pyramids located in different places around the world.
Vikings set out across the world, while the Aztecs build a mighty empire. Constantinople is overrun by an Islamic army, causing Europeans, like Christopher Columbus, to find new routes to the spice-rich East. In the Andes, the Spanish open up the largest silver mine in the world and transform the global economy. World trade booms and many travel to the new world in search of riches, but a handful of Pilgrims come looking for freedom.
The death of one man gives birth to a global religion. Rome's vast network allows goods and ideas to flow across three continents. The fall of Rome brings about the Dark Ages in Europe, but on the fringes of the old empire the world is reshaped by new forces, the Arabs and the Vikings.
Mankind embarks on a new age of exploration, while ancient traditions are replaced by commerce and science. In America, a 100-year span produces both the Salem witch trials and the American Revolution. On a global scale, muscle power is replaced with machines during the Industrial Revolution, and the world witnesses the first industrial battle, the Civil War.
On a unique planet, a unique species takes its first steps: Mankind begins. From humble beginnings, we become the dominant creature on the planet. Now the future belongs to us.
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