A Max, un camello muy querido, le ha salido un absceso enorme en la cabeza. Una marmota adorable se prepara para su primera visita a las aulas en su papel de animal embajador.
The Gallery 63 crew auctions off a naval cannon believed to be from the 17th-century Spanish Armada and a deed signed by 6th President John Quincy Adams. Cindy takes in and tests a quack medical device for ladies with shocking results.
Will New Yorker Scott\'s unusual inspection techniques help him drive away with a vital win in Phoenix? Tempers flare and phones fly when Ed finds some valuable clues and squares off against Doug. A rare 30-yr-old \"horse property\" might be a vintage gem.
Construyendo el puente de \"Los Canteros\" en Hong Kong
Richard trades his friend a ’58 Impala for a ’67 Mustang. He flips a smoking (literally) ’72 Pontiac Formula 400, but will it make up for his most embarrassing purchase yet? Aaron and the crew rush to the scene of a Gas Monkey accident.
Richard and Aaron take on the ultimate 4x4 hot rod: a \'76 Bronco. Unfortunately, runaway rust issues make this project budget-buster. Needing cash fast, Richard hits the road in search of some quick flips, including a Pontiac Chieftain and \'40 sedan.
This episode demonstrates the production processes for padlocks, hair clippers, wooden shoes and synthetic leather, and shows how each is made.
This episode demonstrates the production processes for racing shells, stainless steel sinks, leather, and pedal steel guitars, and shows how each is made.
This episode demonstrates the production processes for swords, pontoons, grandfather clocks and fuses, and shows how each is made.
This episode demonstrates the production processes for bumpers, lighting gels and camera filters, steam-powered models and candy canes, and shows how each is made.
This episode demonstrates the production processes for umbrellas, outboard motors, silver cutlery and tape measures, and shows how each is made.
This episode demonstrates the production processes for scalpels, oil paints, British police helmets and ice axes, and shows how each is made.
Boston\'s new transport system, which features a multi-lane underground highway and the world\'s widest cable-stayed bridge
A documentary looking at plans to update the Panama Canal. This magnificent waterway cuts through 50 miles of tropical jungle, allowing ships to travel easily from the Atlantic to the Pacific. However, time has passed this engineering marvel by - many modern supercargo ships are three times the size the canal can safely accommodate, so plans are in motion to widen the structure. The project faces all manner of environmental challenges, as well as leaving the canal closed to…
A UFO crashes in Pennsylvania. Was it a secret Soviet satellite or something far more dangerous? On Mercury, NASA finds the impossible: frozen water. A strange object causes a skyscraper-sized shadow on the surface of Mars\'s largest moon. What is it?
Was the Moon landing faked? Images of Mercury reveal massive spider-like formations on its surface. Is it a geological formation or something ominous? A classified Space Shuttle mission ends in near-disaster. What was its mission?
From Denmark and Iceland to the United States and Canada, Josh Gates treads into Viking territory in an effort to unlock answers to their most enduring secrets, including how they attained and sustained their power and how far they really traveled.
Josh traces the Vikings\' westward expansion from the volcanic landscape of Iceland to a mysterious settlement in Greenland; he aims to find out if the Vikings landed in the United States more than 500 years before any other Europeans.