With the British and Tecumseh's Pan-Indian alliance broken in the north, the south is threatened by the Red Sticks of the Creek tribe when they massacre 500 settlers at Fort Mims.
Some of the world's greatest architecture has been forged in the face of adversity, terror and war. Dan explores buildings shaped and threatened by disaster.
Dan looks at buildings that evoke the image of heaven across religions and cultures, travelling to Egypt's Sinai desert, China's Hanging Temple, and Turkey's Suleymaniye Mosque, a building that evokes the gates of paradise.
Dan Cruickshank's Adventures in Architecture episode 2: Dan travels the globe to explore how different cultures have created architecture inspired by our mortality.
On the orders of President Thomas Jefferson, Army captains Lewis and Clark explore the newly acquired Louisiana Territory, and with the help of their guide Sacagawea, they make their legendary expedition to the Pacific.
The Men Who Built America episode 1 - Into the Wilderness: During the height of American Revolutionary War, the fighting spreads beyond the colonies into the wildness.
Dan Cruickshank's Adventures in Architecture episode 1: Dan Cruickshank explores how humanity has created beauty through architecture.
Hollywood's Brightest Bombshell - The Hedy Lamarr Story: Documentary about Hollywood wild-child Hedy Lamarr. Fleeing to America after escaping her Nazi sympathiser husband, Hedy Lamarr conquered Hollywood.
Score - Cinema's Greatest Soundtracks: What makes a film score unforgettable? Featuring Hans Zimmer, James Cameron, Danny Elfman, John Williams, Quincy Jones and Trent Reznor, amongst many others, Score: Cinema’s Greatest Soundtracks brings Hollywood's elite composers together for a privileged look inside.
Maria by Callas: Documentary film that for the first time tells the life story of legendary Greek/American opera singer Maria Callas, completely in her own words.