State of the Great Ape (2004)

Renowned primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall joins the frontline of the battle to save the world's great apes from extinction.

World's Funniest Videos (1996)

Showcasing funny (or odd) videos, often featuring kids, adults or pets doing weird things.

Wanda Sykes: Sick & Tired (2006)

The comic performs at the Moore Theatre in Seattle.

Wanda Sykes: Tongue Untied (2003)

From making it in Hollywood to faking it in the bedroom, comic Wanda Sykes tells all.

Time Out for Trouble (2009)

The Wehrmacht (2008)

Archival material and interviews profile the World War II German army.

USS Bowfin: Pearl Harbor Avenger (2005)

The submarine USS Bowfin makes nine patrol runs during World War II.

StriVectin Skin Care (2008)

StriVectin helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

A Case of Mistaken Identity? (2008)

Filmmaker Joseph Jacoby searches cross-country for his birth father.

Stately Suppers (2007)

James Martin and Alistair Appleton visit stately homes to cook dinner and uncover local secrets.

USS Midway (2005)

The aircraft carrier serves for 47 years.

A Short History of Ireland (1998)

The history of Ireland is revealed through stunning photography of its countryside and re-enactments of major events.

A Castle in Every Heart: The Arto Monaco Story (2006)

Artist, toymaker, storyteller Arto Monaco designs Santa's Workshop in 1949, soon builds The Land of Makebelieve in Upper Jay, N.Y., and helps create Old MacDonald's Farm, Storytown and Gaslight Village, inspiring parks throughout the Northeast.

The Everlasting Stream (2006)

Shared stories of autumn rabbit hunts reveal the importance of friendship and family.

Tampering With Nature With John Stossel (2001)

John Stossel explores the issue of tampering with nature; the pros and cons of cloning animals and humans.

USS Ronald Reagan (2004)

Nuclear-powered, the naval vessel can run for more than 20 years without refueling.

World's Greatest Magic IV (2000)

Top magicians perform in Las Vegas; Lance Burton: Juliana Chen; Carl Cloutier; Lennart Green; Tabary; assistants Traci Bingham, Paula Trickey and Idalis Deleon; host John Ritter.

A Celebration of Christmas

Brigham Young University's orchestra and choirs perform "Away in a Manger," "Deck the Halls," "Carol of the Drum."

The Westminster Hour (2002)

Behind the scenes at Westminster.

Stations of the Cross (2000)

Praying the traditional Stations of the Cross with live-action images from Christ's Passion.

Al Roker's Around the World in NYC (2001)

Al Roker samples various foods from the five boroughs of New York, from French and German, to Greek and Mideastern.

Mariza and the Story of Fado (2007)

Fado singing is granted a revival by international singer Mariza.

UWF Wrestling (2008)

Al Roker's Dining on the Strip (2000)

Al Roker dines at fine restaurants on the Las Vegas strip.

The Real Amelia Earhart (2006)

Researchers and specialists offer possible scenarios to explain the mysterious disappearance of the world-famous aviator in her attempt to fly around the world.

The Whale That Exploded (2008)

A scientific investigation into why a 56-ton sperm whale exploded in a street in Taiwan.

Venture (2008)

What it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.

The Music in Me: A Family Special (2007)

Profiles of young musicians from different musical and cultural traditions.

The Beauty of Snakes (2004)

King cobra; thread snake; desert horned viper; banded sea krait.

World's Heaviest Man Gets Married (2009)

Manuel Uribe loses 400 pounds, finds love and is getting married.

Ybf Beauty (2008)

Cosmetic tips, tricks and techniques.

Wanted: Anaconda (2007)

The truth about the world's biggest snake, the anaconda.

Wherever You Are (2002)

Blessed Josemaria Escriva gives instruction on the Christian meaning of work. (Spanish)

The Execution of Wanda Jean (2007)

Arguing that a woman sentenced to death for murder has brain damage, her defense team tries to get the state of Oklahoma to grant clemency for her.

World's Largest Cruise Ship (2009)

Freedom of the Seas, a vessel that cost nearly $1 billion to build, has state-of-the-art technology and skilled staff to run it.

The Executioner (2005)

Three people meet unwillingly by destiny.

The Executioners (2004)

The history of judicial executions in France and the men who carried them out.

Vera Bradley: Handbags & Accessories (2008)

Quilted cotton accessories.

A Snow White Christmas

Snow White's daughter and the seven giants must break the wicked queen's spell which has frozen the land. Animated.

The White House: Behind Closed Doors (2008)

President and Mrs. George W. Bush invite viewers on an in-depth, televised tour of the White House; antiquary twins Leslie and Lee Keno join the tour, offering insights.

A Soldier's Peace (1996)

An analysis shows successes and failures of the United Nations' peacekeeping efforts.

Adolph Rupp: Myth, Legend and Fact (2005)

The career and reputation of Kentucky's legendary basketball coach Adolph Rupp.

A Century of Quilts: America in Cloth (2001)

Stories of quilters across the country celebrate the artistry.

A Soulful Sound: Music of the Germans From Russia (2005)

Performances of traditional music of the German-speaking peoples who settled in Russia in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Tanks: Machines of War (2006)

The progression of the military vehicle that dramatically changed the way wars are fought.

The Beloved Community (2008)

The Great Lakes oil town of Sarnia deals with a toxic legacy, harming the place and the Ojibwa people.

The Extraordinary Voyage of Jules Verne (2004)

Time of Refreshing (2004)

Music and preaching with Chuck Lawrence.

'Allo, 'Allo Christmas Special (2000)

Pregnant Yvette threatens to reveal the identity of the father.

Whirlaway (2005)

The horse, prone to wild trips around the racetrack, was the first of eight Kentucky Derby winners and two Triple Crown winners for Calumet Farm.

Tantalizing Tanzanite (2007)

Various Tanzanite jewelry designs.

The Mysteries of the Rosary (2001)

Events surrounding each mystery.

The Whole Picture (2005)

Verdun: Descent Into Hell (2008)

The tragedies and experiences of the French and German soldiers in one of the most gruesome confrontations of the First World War.

The Bermuda Triangle: Beneath the Waves (2004)

Scientists venture below the ocean floor to investigate the Bermuda Triangle.

The Mysterious Origins of Man (1996)

New evidence on prehistoric man suggests long-held scientific theories may be incorrect; host Charlton Heston.

The F...ing Fulfords (2005)

An aristocratic family struggles to maintain their standard of living.

The Wiggles: Racing to the Rainbow (2007)

The group performs songs for children.

World's Richest RV Parks (2003)

Extravagant RV parks include a five-star resort in California.

The Mystery of Chaco Canyon (2000)

Evidence suggests the Chacoan people used a complex solar and lunar cosmology in their architecture; narrated by Robert Redford.

War Stories Investigates: The Jihad (2006)

Experts discuss terrorism.

Mark Twain Stories (2003)

Stories from the American author Mark Twain.

The Fab 50 (2005)

The lives of celebrities.

A Child Is Born

Children tell the Christmas story in their own words. Music by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

War Surgeons (2003)

Experience on the battlefield leads to medical breakthroughs.

'Twas the Night Before Christmas (1974)

When Santa Claus removes the citizens of a small town from his delivery itinerary after an insulting letter in the newspaper, a clockmaker and his family endeavor to regain his favor.

The Wiggles: Yule Be Wiggling (2007)

The group performs holiday music.

A St. Thomas Christmas (2008)

Seven vocal and instrumental ensembles from the University of St. Thomas perform traditional and contemporary seasonal music.

(In)Visible Women

Women with AIDS.

The Fabulous Thunderbirds (2008)

The band brings its Texas blues-rock interpretations to fans around the world; host lead singer Kim Wilson.

Stealth and Beyond (2004)

The past, present and future of stealth weapons as well as interviews with the people who create and use them.

A State of Escape (2002)

Presidents,entertainers and everyday people have traveled to Wisconsin, achieving "escape" by many means, including fishing, golfing and biking.

World's Smallest Planes (2007)

Meet the designers, builders and pilots who dream of flying these unique toys.

Mark Zunino (2009)

Couture-inspired fashions.

White Horse Media (2006)

The Mystery of the Afghan Gold (2005)

Traveling deep into the mountains of Afghanistan in search of its 2,000-year-old Bactrian gold treasure.

Ultimate Animal Dads (2004)

Fathers in the animal world.

War and Peace (1997)

Historical novel by Leo Tolstoy.

All or Nothing (2002)

Director Mike Leigh and the cast talk about the making of his new film.

Vertical City (2007)

A high-rise hike around the world's most iconic skyscrapers and the stories of their construction.

The Faith Show (2003)

The Mystery of the Candy Heiress (2008)

Helen Voorhees Brach, widow of the candy company heir, vanishes in 1977, leaving a fortune.

Timewatch: D-Day: The True Story of Omaha (2008)

New research reveals that the battle at Omaha Beach was nearly a disaster.

The Best Football Funnies Ever (2008)

World's Tallest Bridge (2005)

The Millau Viaduct in France is the tallest vehicular bridge in the world.

A Stitch in Time

The rich history of quilting in West Virginia.

World's Tallest Man (2006)

Ukrainian Leonid Stadnyk is 8 feet 4 inches tall.

The William Seymour Story (2008)

The life of God's catalyst and servant, William Seymour.

The Mystery of the Rosary (2005)

How to pray and the importance of praying the Rosary.

A Christmas Bell (2006)

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra perform "Deck the Halls," "Sleigh Ride" and "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing"; guests soprano Rene Fleming and actress Claire Bloom.

The Mystery of the Sphinx (1993)

Evidence links the construction of the Great Sphinx of Giza to a lost civilization. Host Charlton Heston.

A Christmas Card From Branson

Performers celebrating are Boxcar Willie, John Davidson, Tony Orlando, Jim Stafford, Mickey Gilley.

Ultimate Bedrooms for Romance (2008)

Touring some of the world's most-romantic bedrooms.

World's Ugliest Dog Competition (2006)

Competition geared to crown the world's ugliest canine.

Steel by Design (2003)

A Christmas Carol

Animation, using art from Dickens' time, tells the story, with the voices of Alastair Sim, Michael Redgrave.

Steel by Design Jewelry (2002)

Stainless Steel jewelry.

World's Untold Stories (2007)

Stories about societies reveal various cultures' past, present and future.

White House Revealed (2009)

The workers who serve the President inside the White House.

A Christmas Carol

A production by San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater of Dickens' tale has William Paterson as miserly Scrooge and the rest of the company playing more than 70 roles.