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Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea

> Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea on BBC Two at 2008-06-01 19:10:00
The Lost Fleet: Series that reveals how the latest technology allows archaeologists and salvagers to uncover shipwrecks and solve some of history's greatest nautical mysteries.

> Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea on BBC Two at 2008-06-01 18:10:00
The Lost Fleet: Series that reveals how the latest technology allows archaeologists and salvagers to uncover shipwrecks and solve some of history's greatest nautical mysteries.

> Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea on BBC Two at 2007-02-13 23:20:00
The Lost Fleet: Series that reveals how the latest technology allows archaeologists and salvagers to uncover shipwrecks and solve some of history's greatest nautical mysteries.

> Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea on BBC Two at 2006-02-22 11:00:00
Priceless Cargo: Adventurer Steve Sargison is about to face the biggest challenge of his long career. Eighty metres below his boat in clear Philippine waters may lie a fortune in gold.

> Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea on BBC Two at 2006-02-17 11:00:00
The Lost Fleet: The discovery of an old map launches American wreck hunter, Barry Clifford, on an odyssey to try and find the remains of a lost French fleet.

> Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea on BBC Two at 2006-02-08 10:30:00
Pandora's Secrets: In 1791, HMS Pandora was sent to capture the mutineers from the Bounty. Having caught 14 of them, she was on her way home when disaster struck.

> Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea on BBC Two at 2006-02-01 10:30:00
Blackbeard's Revenge: Is Blackbeard the pirate a legend or did he really exist? A 300 year old wreck may provide hard evidence that Blackbeard did indeed terrorise the seas.

> Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea on BBC Two at 2006-01-25 10:30:00
The Mystery of the M1: In November 1925 Britain's most advanced Submarine sank without trace, taking 69 men to their deaths. The Admiralty claimed it was a collision, others weren't so sure.

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