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Lincoln's Secret Weapon, for NOVA,
follows a team of elite Navy divers as
they search for the wreck of the ironclad warship, USS Monitor, which battled the Confederate Merrimack in 1862. The program won a Cine Golden Eagle award.
Titanic's Tragic Sister a History Channel special about Britannic, sister ship of the world's most famous ocean liner is another Cine Golden Eagle winner.
Living on the Moon, on the National Geographic Channel, looks at plans from NASA and other space programs to establish a permanent base on the moon and develop a lunar economy.
City under the Sea, on the National Geographic Channel, takes on the intriguing challenge of how we might build a self-sustaining colony beneath the waves capable of supporting 100 families.
Chattahoochee: From Water War to Water Vision tells the story of the 20-year struggle between Georgia, Florida and Alabama over a key river system they share.
Nan Madol: Another Atlantis?, The History Channel's Deep Sea Detectives explore a mysterious stone city off a remote island in the Western Pacific.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, this episode of the PBS Great Museums series celebrates the collection of America's premier art museum.
Renzo Piano: Designing a Village for the Arts profiles the renowned Italian architect who designed new galleries for Atlanta's High Museum of Art.
Keeping Your Guard Up educates corrections officers on the risks of HIV and Hepatitis infection in prisons. Produced for School of Public Health, Emory University.
Global Health in Action showcases a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention program to help people living with HIV in Uganda.