Dics 1. Disaster at Chernobyl 1 x 47:00 The explosion at Chernobyl was ten times worse than that at Hiroshima and was due to a combination of human error and imperfect technology. Using a real-time split-screen format reminiscent of the hit series, 24, this programme examines the 60 critical minutes leading up to the explosion at the power station that caused suffering on an unprecedented level. Disc 2. Massacre at Columbine High 1 x 47:00 The name Columbine will forever be synonymous with the massacre that took place that dreadful day in April 1999, when two students entered their high school and, after slaughtering 12 fellow pupils and a teacher and injuring 23 others, they took their own lives. This documentary tries to understand how and why it happened. Disc 3. Terror in Tokyo & The Bali Bombing 1 x 94:00 As members of a modern society we are all too familiar with the chilling phenomenon of terrorism. Two attacks were planned and implemented in recent years. The first was the Sarin gas attack in the Tokyo underground and the second the bombing of a Bali nightclub, both indiscriminately targeting innocent civilians. Disc 4. The Capture of Saddam Hussein 1 x 47:00 Eight months after the fall of Baghdad, on 13th December 2003, U.S. Special Forces launched Operation Red Dawn ust nine miles from Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit, resulting in the infamous capture of the fugitive dictator. This episode reconstructs the final hour of this most famous U.S. operation. Disc 5. The King of Cocaine 1 x 47:00 This is the second-by-second reconstruction of the Columbian king of the cocaine trade, Pablo Escobar's final hour. We ask, was he simply a brutal man who terrorized, tortured and murdered or was he in fact a more benevolent character caring for the people of the streets in a devastatingly poor country? Disc 6. The Sinking of the Estonia & Columbia Space Shuttle Disaster 1 x 92:00 An in-depth investigation into the events and circumstances leading up to the disaster when the car ferry Estonia sunk claiming the lives of 852 passengers. The unforgettable sight of the space shuttle Columbia disintegrating when it entered the earth's atmosphere was an overwhelming human tragedy unequalled in NASA's history. Disc 7. A Royal Massacre 1 x 47:00 When ten members of the Nepalese Royal Family were slaughtered in June 2001, it shocked the world and brought a nation to the brink of destruction. Drawing on eyewitness accounts, ballistics reports and an exacting investigation into the murders, this documentary reconstructs the circumstances leading up to the shocking events of that tragic night. Disc 8. Sas Mission Impossible 1 x 47:00 As six British soldiers sat imprisoned in a hut in the jungles of Sierra Leone, their captors - a heavily-armed militia group known as the West Side Boys - were mostly asleep. But unknown to either group, an audacious SAS rescue mission was just moments away.