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Thomas Edison: Biography
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    Without the success of his innovative and groundbreaking inventions, modern-day life as we know it would be wholly unimaginable. Thomas Alva Edison rightly earned a place among the most important persons in history when his inventions such as the light bulb, phonograph, and movie camera literally transformed the way the world functioned. In this compelling program, discover the complete story of the famous inventor, from his long quest to develop the light bulb to the devastating effect his...

    The Search for the Atocha: Treasure!
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      She was a homebound Spanish galleon loaded with New World gold when she suddenly went down in the shallow waters off the Florida Keys in 1622. For 363 years, her vast treasure lay on the ocean's floor, undisturbed by countless adventurers who dreamed of discovering the fabled vessel. Then, in 1985, world-famous treasure hunter Mel Fisher fulfilled his lifelong dream when he and his crew discovered the elusive Atocha. This is the riveting story of a real-life treasure hunt a romantic tale of...

      Lost City of the Incas: In Search of History
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        The spectacular Incan city of Machu Picchu was thought to exist only in legend. Then in 1911, explorer Hiram Bingham III stumbled upon its remains high in the Andes Mountains. Although the site has been extensively studied, its purpose and function remain unclear. LOST CITY OF THE INCAS ventures to the peaks of South America to unravel the mysteries of this enigmatic city. Witness incredible footage of the earliest expeditions to Machu Picchu, and meet the men and women who have dedicated...

        The Hearst Castle: Americas Castles
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          At a time when most of America was pinching pennies, media mogul William Randolph Hearst commissioned one of the largest and most extravagant homes ever built. The centerpiece of an estate nearly half the size of Rhode Island, the 165-room San Simeon overlooks the California countryside from a hilltop high above the Pacific. From the initial plans in 1918 to the commencement of all-access tours, HEARST CASTLE AT SAN SIMEON is a fascinating look at this extraordinary property. Rare home movies...

          Most Extreme Airports
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            Short runways, high altitude, unpredictable weather, and complex take-off and landing approach procedures the most dangerous airports in the world test even the most seasoned pilots. In this heart-stopping program, climb the skies as HISTORY takes you on a death-defying tour of the world's ten MOST EXTREME AIRPORTS. From San Diego to Hong Kong to St. Barth's to Nepal, many of the world's airports are simply not designed to handle the demands of 21st century aircraft and flight volume. In...

            Modern Marvels: Mount Rushmore
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              Towering over the Black Hills of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore attracts more than 2.5 million visitors per year. The monument was the vision of Gutzon Borglum, a fiercely talented young sculptor, and its origins are as fascinating as the nascent nation it represents. Over 15 years, 350 men poured their sweat into Borglum's dream, using drills and explosives to chisel Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Roosevelt into a massive granite cliff. MODERN MARVELS presents the controversial history of...

              The Aztec Empire: In Search Of History
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                When explorer Hernando Cortes arrived in the New World in 1519, he found the present-day nation of Mexico dominated by the Aztecs. Highly skilled farmers, builders, and merchants, they were also savage warriors who practiced human sacrifice. HISTORY presents a comprehensive profile of this fascinating civilization. Listen as leading scholars trace the rise of the Aztecs from a band of just over 1,000 to the dominant culture of ancient America, and learn how the Spanish were able to hasten the...

                Empires of Industry: War Planes of World War II
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                  World War II spurred the production of over 300,000 war planes more than the previous 40 years combined and transformed the American aviation industry into a high-tech giant. HISTORY presents a rare glimpse into some of the greatest fighters ever produced, touring such planes as the C-47 Transport (the "Gooney Bird"); the rugged B-17 Flying Fortress; and the B-24 Liberator, mass-produced by Ford on the world's longest assembly line. Take a rare glimpse inside the P-51 Mustang the largest...

                  The Irish in America
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                    Narrated by Primetime Emmy Award winner Aidan Quinn, THE IRISH IN AMERICA explores the long and difficult struggle of the Irish immigrant experience in this special presentation HISTORY documentary. In the period of 1650 thru the turn of the 20th century, some five million immigrants left family and friends behind in Ireland for the promise of America. From the American Revolution through the Mexican and Civil Wars to the California Gold Rush and the Age of Jackson, THE IRISH IN AMERICA shows...

                    Mark Twain: His Amazing Adventures
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                      Born Samuel Langhorne Clemens in 1835, the man who came to be known as Mark Twain was a true American original, a gifted and irreverent storyteller whose captivating novels and stories and piercing social commentary earned him worldwide fame. Revisit the jam-packed life of this literary giant, from his carefree boyhood in Hannibal, Missouri, to the devastating tragedies of his later life. Featuring rare photographs, expert interviews, and excerpts from the stories that made him a legend, MARK...

                      Murder in a Small Town
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                        Academy Award nominee* Gene Wilder stars as Larry "Cash" Carter, a New York theatre impresario who, haunted by the unsolved murder of his wife, decides to leave the big city to direct theater in a small Connecticut town. When a widely despised local millionaire is murdered, Carter becomes unwittingly involved in solving the mystery. Boasting an all-star cast including Mike Starr (Ed Wood, Dumb and Dumber), Primetime Emmy winners** Terry O'Quinn and Cherry Jones, and Golden Globe winner'...

                        Golf: Links in Time
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                          Its origins date as far back as 1300 A.D. Today, it is the fastest-growing and most popular sport in the world. With the opening of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St. Andrews, Scotland, in 1754, golf was suddenly thrust into the spotlight with newfound energy. Once exclusively a "gentleman's game," the golfers of today now come from every ethnic background and from all walks of life. In this comprehensive program, follow the history of the game: from the afternoon diversion of Scottish...