Ernest Hemingway volunteers for the Red Cross during World War I and publishes his first two novels.
David Attenborough explores extinction of species and how this crisis has consequences for us all.
Aviva declares she will build a ground racer that can run even faster than a cheetah.
Who is the world's most famous Renaissance Man? Leonardo da Vinci: painter, mathematician, scientist and engineer. In this delightful animated video, Leonardo's enthusiasm and curiosity are contageous as kids laugh and learn with the painter of the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper.
Don organizes all the dinosaurs on the Train by their species, features and size.
Sally and Nick are getting their hair cut today. They get some styling help from the Wig-o-lator.
The most groundbreaking ideas can come from the smallest communities. Meet the owners of Hell’s Backbone Grill in Boulder, which brings together local flavor and top-notch cuisine; see how local artist Jason Nessen immortalizes his community in paint on the walls of Tremonton City; and learn how the crew of the Mars Desert Research Station in Hanksville is working to make life on Mars a reality.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at show business in Utah and meet the passionate creators who share their stories through film, dance, and music. Join host Liz Adeola as she meets members of the International Folk Dance Ensemble at BYU, hunts for hidden film locations with film scout Mimi Davis Taylor, and meets the 99-year-old Ogden jazz legend Joe McQueen.
DCI Barnaby and DS Nelson unravel a complex feud from the past, where nothing is what it seems.
A tour of London's most extraordinary palaces includes the Tower of London and Hampton Court.
When the Mayor of Arden is discovered murdered in his isolated cottage suspicion falls on local criminal, Billy the Brick Porters, but he's nowhere to be found. DI Marlowe is straight on to Frank's case: she knows Frank and Billy have history - where would he go to hide out? Frank is evasive and Marlowe issues a stark warning - hand him in or there will be trouble.
When Billy turns up at the agency he pleads with Frank to clear his name and reminds Frank he owes him... big time. Despite Lu and Sebastian's reservations Frank is adamant - Billy is no murderer and he's going to prove it.
The case leads them to a controversial housing development headed up by hardnosed businesswoman, Victoria Cathness , who is increasingly frustrated by protestors led by rule breaking Edie Grimes. Both use underhand tactics to get what they want, but would they be prepared to commit the ultimate crime?
Breaking the Concrete Ceiling
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