Most Popular "Carbon Dating" Titles
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1. Terror from the Year 5000 (1958)
Approved | 66 min | Sci-Fi
Prof. Erling and his financial backer Victor build a prototype time machine to snatch objects from the past. Latest find, a statuette, radiometrically dates to 5200 AD! When this draws ... See full summary »
2. Ancient Mysteries (2016– )
British documentary series following the work of experts who are using cutting-edge technology to explore some of the world's greatest ancient mysteries and put forward new theories and interpretations.
4. Dragons or Dinosaurs? (2010)
86 min | Documentary, History
Dragon images, legends and lore exist all over the world in many different cultures. But what if dragons were actually dinosaurs?
5. Clash of the Cave Men (2008 TV Movie)
94 min | Documentary
Clash of the Cavemen explores the long period in Europe when two human species - Neanderthals and modern humans called Cro-Magnons - co-existed. The special follows two human families - ... See full summary »
Bones of Contention
TV-PG | 41 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
The murder of a young museum researcher sends the team on a search for a killer and a missing Native American skull.
Waking the Dead (2000– )
Breaking Glass: Part 1
59 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery
The CCS is alerted to sexual abuse of young boys in care homes. The team race to identify the murderer before his vengeful victims reach him.
Nova (1974– )
Hunting the Elements
TV-G | 114 min | Documentary, Biography
Where do nature's building blocks, called the elements, come from? They're the hidden ingredients of everything in our world, from the carbon in our bodies to the metals in our smartphones. Watch as David Pogue unlocks their secrets.
Honey West (1965–1966)
It's Earlier Than You Think
25 min | Action, Crime, Drama
A bullet-riddled collector hands Honey what appears to be an 1865 newspaper, which he hints is a forgery, but he dies before explaining how he knows. Honey and Sam must keep the paper away ... See full summary »