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Tonight

25th January

10pm

About The Show

Engineering is the magic that shapes our world and changes our lives. These creations have helped alter the course of history, but with innovation comes the risk of over reaching our bounds.

From the Hindenburg air ship explosion to the Challenger space disaster, the series looks back at the disasters that occurred and answers the burning questions that shroud these incidences. What can we learn from these mistakes that will keep mankind on an upward trajectory?

Episodes

Jan 26

3:50am

Episode 1

Episode 1

Experts examine how the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and the Challenger space shuttle disaster happened. What were the consequences and how could they have been avoided?

Jan 25

10pm

Episode 2

Episode 2

Experts examine how the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and the Bhopal gas tragedy happened. What were the consequences and how could they have been avoided?

Jan 29

10pm

Episode 3

Episode 3

Experts examine the sinking of the Titanic and the Hindenburg airship fire. How did they happen, what were the consequences and how could they have been avoided?

Feb 5

10pm

Episode 4

Episode 4

Experts examine the devastating Aberfan mine disaster in Wales and the Brumadinho dam disaster in Brazil. What were the consequences and how could they have been avoided?