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Aerial America
A coast-to-coast aerial journey across America
07:00
Aerial America
A flight above Texas
A flight above Texas. The `Lone Star State" boasts rugged canyons, deserts, historic ranches and modern cities. It also has the Alamo and the Rio Grande, the river that is its natural border with Mexico
08:00
Aerial America
An aerial view of Idaho
09:00
Aerial America
An aerial tour over Kentucky, the bluegrass state and home of the Kentucky Derby
An aerial tour over Kentucky, the bluegrass state and home of the Kentucky Derby. This stunningly beautiful state was the birthplace of Abe Lincoln, and where Scottish settlers distilled bourbon
10:00
Aerial America
An aerial tour of Utah
Utah has an alien beauty and a fascinating history - ranging from the cannibalism of the Donner Party to the growth of Mormonism into a world religion. This aerial tour includes the blinding white terrain of Bonneville Salt Flats where Britain's Sir Malcolm Campbell broke the land speed record in Bluebird
11:00
Aerial America
An aerial tour over the Dakotas
An aerial tour over the Dakotas reveals their wild beauty, catches the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally and showcases the heart of fracking as oil wells spew flames that are visible from space
12:00
Aerial America
An aerial exploration of Wyoming
13:00
How Did They Build That?
The design and engineering secrets behind the Grand Canyon Skywalk
14:00
How Did They Build That?
The challenge of undertaking the transformation of London Bridge Station
The challenge of undertaking the £1billion transformation of London Bridge Station while keeping it open to passenges. Plus, Las Vegas' most outrageous building and Singapore's Gardens by the Bay
15:00
Inside the Factory
The team explores the production and history of sweets
Gregg Wallace helps to unload a tanker full of sugar from Norfolk and follows it through one of the oldest sweet factories in Britain - Swizzels in Derbyshire - to see how more than 500 workers, as well as some mind-boggling machines, transform it into over 100 million individual sweets within just 24 hours. Cherry Healey finds out how the letters are put in seaside rock and is given special access to the Fisherman's Friend factory in Lancashire to discover how a local family turned a niche product into a worldwide success
16:00
How Did They Build That?
How New York City's Hearst Tower was built
Jay Ellis travels around the globe to meet architects who designed and built some captivating buildings. In this instalment he visits Hearst Tower in New York City, the Audain Museum in Vancouver and Library Learning Centre in Vienna
17:00
How Did They Build That?
The building of Florida's Dali Museum
18:00
How Did They Build That?
Remarkable structures, including Vancouver House
A look at some remarkable structures. This episode explores Vancouver House in Vancouver, the science centre and anthropology museum named Musee des Confluences in Lyon and the Grand Canyon Skywalk in Arizona to learn all about how they were all built
19:00
How Did They Build That?
Visits to an eye-popping school, a museum and a railway station
20:00
How Did They Build That?
The design and engineering secrets behind the Grand Canyon Skywalk
21:00
How Did They Build That?
How New York City's Hearst Tower was built
Jay Ellis travels around the globe to meet architects who designed and built some captivating buildings. In this instalment he visits Hearst Tower in New York City, the Audain Museum in Vancouver and Library Learning Centre in Vienna
22:00
How Did They Build That?
The building of Florida's Dali Museum
23:00
How Did They Build That?
Remarkable structures, including Vancouver House
A look at some remarkable structures. This episode explores Vancouver House in Vancouver, the science centre and anthropology museum named Musee des Confluences in Lyon and the Grand Canyon Skywalk in Arizona to learn all about how they were all built
00:00
How Did They Build That?
Visits to an eye-popping school, a museum and a railway station
01:00
How Did They Build That?
The design and engineering secrets behind the Grand Canyon Skywalk
02:00
How Did They Build That?
How New York City's Hearst Tower was built
Jay Ellis travels around the globe to meet architects who designed and built some captivating buildings. In this instalment he visits Hearst Tower in New York City, the Audain Museum in Vancouver and Library Learning Centre in Vienna
03:00
How Did They Build That?
The building of Florida's Dali Museum
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