The Incredible Human Body explores the enigmatic human body, showcasing its abilities -- and its potential -- by using revolutionary, cutting-edge imaging systems and the latest advances in science and technology to go inside the bodies of real people, right down to their stem cells. Following a couple trying to conceive, a professional athlete at the top of his game, and a man with a brain tumor, The Incredible Human Body shares in the personal stories of four extraordinary groups of people and explores the body from the inside out as never before.
From National Geographic comes The Search for Kennedy's PT 109, a documentary that features Robert Ballard, the man who discovered the remains of the Titanic, searching for PT 109, the boat on which John Kennedy famously served during his time in the military. The film utilizes modern-day footage interspersed with archival materials, recreations, and interviews in order to explore the future president's heroic actions.
February 5, 2002 9:00 pm
This powerful program features amazing, never-before-seen photos and personal stories of North Vietnamese war photographers as they relive their unforgettable experiences in the war. This is the companion to the new book Another Vietnam, an unprecedented view of the war in Vietnam from the perspective of Vietnamese photojournalists.
Click off the crime show and foray into the real world of forensics. At the unique open-air crime lab known as the Body Farm, decomposing corpses help detectives solve murders.