The acerbically witty and severely facially disfigured broadcaster Adam Pearson presents a personal film about genetics. He and his twin brother Neil are genetically identical and both share the same genetic disease, Neurofibromatosis 1 (Nf1) - yet they are completely different. Adam's face is covered with growths, whereas Neil has none. Neil has short term memory loss, whereas Adam is razor sharp.
It's the highlight in every shed owner's calendar. From hundreds of entries, just 32 have made it onto the shortlist for the Shed of the Year 2016.
The architect looks back at some of the best and most eccentric shed builds he has witnessed over the past few years. From a giant green tea pot to a shed that motors along Britain's rivers, George rediscovers the extraordinary things people have created from the humble garden structure. There's a shed built from old wine bottles and another constructed in an Essex garden to replicate a Japanese tea house.
George Clarke explores the extraordinary world of small builds, where people turn tiny spaces into the most incredible places to live, work and play. He even tries making a few of his own. In series 6 George looks back over some of his favourite projects from across five series of Amazing Spaces.
Amazing Oceans 3D is a fantastic journey through the magic of the deep blue sea.
Documentary examining the long lives of unmanned vehicles Spirit and Opportunity, on the surface of Mars.
The series was nominated for 12 Emmy Awards and won five. The first season episode "The Amazing Falsworth" earned writer Mick Garris an Edgar Award for Best Episode in a TV Series. It was not a ratings hit (ranking 40th in Season 1 and 46th in Season 2), however, and the network did not renew it after the two-year contract expired. The 1987 science fiction movie, *batteries not included was originally intended to be featured in Amazing Stories, but Steven Spielberg liked the idea so much that he decided to make it a theatrical release.