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I wouldn't try to win votes for this kind of prog as they don't tend to tell you anything, anyway. Cross-ref "Ant and Dec", they're presented by wooden people also e.g "Gadget show", "How do they do it", "Used car roadshow", "Click online". Mind you, if Trevor McDonald can get a knighthood, then Ant and Deck, Phillip Schofield amongst many will be packing the house of lords out in 5 or 10 years time................

"Big Bigger Biggest" made use of really sensible computer graphics, salient visual aids and we actually got to learn something. The terminal 5 thing was a bit of a sleeping tablet owing to the subject matter, but the skyscraper and suspension bridge episodes were gripping.

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Haven't seen this programme Pete, but will look out for it. :)

I have quite enjoyed the series "Megastructures", think it was on Channel 5, there was also another series on recently, it showed hidden structures, one programme was about a huge underground salt facility.
 

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Magastructures is a fave of mine too :)

as is "seconds from disaster" and "Mythbusters"
 
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