Gabrielle Walker tells the remarkable story of how we discovered what air is made of.
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2/4 Donal MacIntyre learns about floods and the world's wettest places.
12/12 Physicist Dr Helen Czerski and meteorologist John Hammond make sense of Britain's weather.
Rich Hall takes the viewer on a skewed but keenly-eyed journey to the Land of Dreams.
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5/6 The impact of the Cultural Revolution on China.
5/8 Two 18-year-old boys with different lives head off to the Greek party island of Zante.
6/10 Heritage officers in Haworth work to stop vandalism in the Bronte family churchyard.
7/10 A dog left to die makes a recovery and the water rescue team reunite two lovestruck swans.
3/3 Pedalling through the heat and rain, John takes on a gruelling military fitness test.
6/7 How Henry VIII's passion for Anne Boleyn set in motion a tidal wave of religious upheaval.
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