All About History: The inside story on Navy SEAL training

Interview with Rick Kaiser, an ex-Navy SEAL who specialised in winter warfare, sniping and combat swimming. He was assigned to an Assault Squadron and was selected for the Enlisted Education…

All About History: What did HMS Victory really do at Trafalgar?

Interview with the curator of Naval History at the National Maritime Museum, Dr James Davey What was the Victory’s role at Trafalgar? Its key role was as flagship for the commander in chief,…
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    How It Works: How can we predict what the weather will be?

    Forecasts from the Met Office begin by taking observations from around the world, which come from observations on the land and at sea, weather balloons and commercial shipping and aircraft. Perhaps…

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    World of Animals: Why did the dodo die out?

    Everybody knows that the dodo became extinct because it was stupid… right?

    How It Works: Could we live in another universe if the speed of light was different?

    The speed of light is a sort of cosmic speed limit- nothing can travel faster than 299,792,458 metres (983,571,056 feet) per second. In 2011, a team of scientists at CERN announced beams of neutrinos…

    World of Animals: How do tortoises use their shells?

    Apart from being a mobile home, how does a tortoise use its shell?