I Shouldnt Be Alive: From the producers of "Touching the Void" the story of an African family's terrifying fight for survival when they are thrown into one of the most crocodile infested rivers in the world...after their fishing boat is attacked by a lone hippo.
Watch Who the: Pulling back the curtain on bizarre double lives, WHO THE (BLEEP) DID I MARRY? examines stories of couples where one spouse has hidden a shocking secret. From bank robbers to bigamists to international spies, these compelling and shocking characters will have viewers shaking their heads in disbelief and wondering how the truths behind these scandalous spouses were kept hidden for so long.
<b>Bonnie and Clyde</b>: Based on the true story of Clyde Barrow, a charismatic convicted armed robber who sweeps Bonnie Parker, an impressionable, petite, small-town waitress, off her feet, and the two embark on one one of most infamous bank-robbing sprees in history.
Locked Up Abroad tells the true stories of unsuspecting travelers embarked on what they thought would be fun-filled vacations only to barely make it home. Combining revealing interviews with dramatic re-enactments, each episode recounts an extraordinary situation and the unfortunate luck and, in some cases, the bad decisions that put the travelers in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Each episode features celebrities' real life encounters with the paranormal as they return to the site of their traumatic experience. During the precarious journey, Kim Russo will unlock the secrets that haunted each celebrity on that fateful day and explain the unexplained. Throughout the journey, Kim will also unveil shocking psychic moments and surprising personal revelations as she tunes into the celebrities' personal lives and connects with their loved ones who have crossed over.
Not for Ourselves Alone The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Susan B Anthony:
Initial Capxperience the work of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony—at home or in the classroom. Track key events in the suffrage movement, delve into historic documents and essays, and take a look at where women are today.
Garrow's Law: Garrow's Law is the true tale of barrister William Garrow, who acted as council for the accused, introducing the 'innocent until proven guilty' theory to London's Old Bailey. Guided by mentor Southouse and driven by the affections of a married woman, Garrow goes against the judicial system, changing the path of law and order forever.
Vindicated: A neighborhood petty criminal is accused of raping a woman, who falsely identifies him in a police line up. He is eventually "vindicated" and released from prison after more than 20 years, and he describes his readjustment to society.
Elizabeth R: When Elizabeth Tudor comes to the throne, her (male) advisors know she has to marry. Doesn't she? Thus starts a decades-long political/ matrimonial game, during an age of high passions and high achievement.
American Masters: American Masters is a PBS television show which produces biographies on the artists, actors and writers of the United States and adopted "artists" who have left a profound impact on the nation's popular culture.
Killer Kids: Killer Kids provides an in-depth profile of the lives of kids who kill. What can possibly motivate kids to commit criminal acts and even murder? From hate crimes to gang initiations, murders of family members to occult ceremonies, each case in the series exposes different motives and methods of murders by children.
Our American Stories exploring the dynamic and shifting relationship America had with her new immigrants in the 20th century. Becoming American - exploring the many journeys to becoming American that defined the "Century of Immigration" (1820s - 1924) and transformed the United States from a sleepy agrarian country into a booming industrial power. Making America - tells the story of the peopling of the New World, of how land came to define the settling and identity of America, and of how the guests' ancestors were part of this history. Know Thyself - takes up the search for the guests' ancestries where the historical record leaves off and links their distinctive family histories to the broader history of "the family of man."