Ice Age Survivors 2001

By the end of the Ice Age - only ten thousand years ago - many great mammals had died out. The woolly mammoth, the dire wolf, the saber-tooth cat and others disappeared as a result of severe climatic changes that engulfed the planet. And yet other animals persevered. Today, they go on in dwindling numbers as the last of the Ice Age survivors. Scientists are piecing together their past while others work to safeguard the future of these living relics. Despite climate changes over the past 15,000 years and human predation, their descendants persist in a few unspoiled regions of the globe.

Christophe Colomb 1916

Ambitious spanish-french co-production (costed one million pesetas in those years) based on the life of Christopher Columbus.

Navy SEALs: In Harm's Way 2006

This entry in Gordon Forbes's documentary series examines the complicated and ever-changing definition of war and national security from the perspective of the Navy SEALs whose operations include everything from narcotics trafficking to terrorists. Forbes's four-part documentary explores the ultra-secret world of the country's most elite maritime commando unit demonstrating exactly what it takes to be a Navy SEAL.

Steven Avery: Innocent or guilty? 2016

It's the case of the moment, a national obsession: When the documentary "Making A Murderer" premiered, outrage erupted over what's been called a miscarriage of justice. With strange, murky facts and the prior wrongful conviction of Steven Avery as a starting point, the series raises questions about the criminal justice process from investigation to conviction. So what really happened? The ID Front Page special hosted by Keith Morrison, Steven Avery: Innocent or guilty? will present the latest.