WHAT ON EARTH?
Watching us from space, satellites orbit the Earth at 27,000 kilometres an hour, capturing images of our world that are both breathtaking and bizarre. Defying explanation they force the question, what on Earth is that? Using state of the art technology, satellites are able to find structures and cities lost for thousands of years.
In the new season of What on Earth? some of the mysterious anomalies explored include: a strange Stonehenge-like structure in Russia which might have links to the Nazis; a bizarre mountain in Egypt that’s pockmarked with holes, and a huge black blob in the middle of the Serengeti which is leaving destruction in its wake.
In the first episode, experts investigate a strange glowing lake in Tanzania, known as the Medusa Lake, which reportedly turns anything that touches it into stone, as well as a mysterious stone circle in Morocco which is said to be the resting place of a mythical giant. Meanwhile, a dark conspiracy could be at work in the Australian outback. Witnesses report a string of unsettling sightings - could it be alien activity?
Blowing Up History
Combines scientific investigations with explosive CGI animation to reveal the hidden secrets of iconic buildings and monuments.
Science guru Kevin Delaney is trading in a quiet laboratory for crowded streets to reveal the everyday science behind rockets, explosions, and more.
NASA's Unexplained Files
Since the launch of the manned space program more than 50 years ago, cameras aboard NASA spacecraft have captured thousands of images that have been shared publicl...
Outback Opal Hunters
Discovery Channel is setting out on a real-life treasure hunt in this all new local production, premiering in February 2018!
Aussie Gold Hunters
Meet the hard-core crews of gold prospectors taking the gamble of a lifetime and battling to strike it big, deep in the wild west of outback Australia.