Episodes

Episode 1 - Viking City of the Dead

New discoveries across the Viking world are revealing more about the story of Harold Bluetooth

Episode 2 - Lost Pyramids of Peru

The incredible Pyramids of Caral laying buried beneath Peru’s desert sands

Episode 3 - Forbidden City of the Pharaohs

Stunning CGI blows apart the city’s great monuments to reveal the secrets of these astonishing structures

Episode 4 - Statue of Liberty's Hidden Secrets

The Statue of Liberty is one of the most famous monuments in the world. But what do we really know about this enigmatic lady?

Episode 5 - Lost Empire of the Minotaur

Knossos has inspired many legends. But what really went on here 4000 years ago?

Episode 6 - Lost World of Easter Island

Why did the people of Easter Island carve so many of these magnificent monuments only to pull them down?

Episode 7 - Rome's Apocalypse

Revealing more about how a superpower of the ancient world came to its knees

Episode 8 - Pompeii Volcano Apocalypse

New discoveries reveal the horror of the cataclysm that wiped out this metropolis

Episode 9 - Mystery of the Bent Pyramid

Was this strange pyramid always intended to look like this? Or did something go catastrophically wrong?

Episode 10 - Titanic the Last Secrets

Why did more than 1500 people lose their lives and can the investigations reveal if there was a way to save almost everyone on board?

Episode 11 - Secrets of the Forbidden City

Why is it so big and how did the emperors use this mega-palace to rule China with an iron fist?

Episode 12 - Inca Apocalypse The Dark Evidence

Why did the mighty Inca civilization that lived here fall to a handful of Spanish Conquistadors?

Episode 13 - Egypt's Lost Skyscrapers

In building up Thebes, were the pharaohs sowing the seeds of their own downfall?

Episode 2 - Lost Pyramids of Peru

For 5000 years, the incredible Pyramids of Caral lay buried beneath Peru’s desert sands. Today, their discovery has forced archaeologists to rethink the history of civilization in the Americas. They’ve unearthed a lost culture unlike any other - a society based on trade, that apparently grew in peace, not through conquest. A people guided by religious rituals, skilled in engineering and architecture, who battled earthquakes, floods and drought to build their monumental city. How did these people survive in this inhospitable landscape? And could they really be the very first civilization of the Americas?

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for Discovery Science Channel, France TV, N-TV Germany