KLRU Q takes you on an adventure on Friday, Nov. 29th.
Birdmen: The Original Dream of Flight at 8 pm
Staring down a sheer precipice into a deep abyss with your head spinning, every fiber in your body tries to resist the edge. Meet the men and women who don’t. Overcoming their fears, they step off into thin air and fly like birds, hurtling at impossible speeds and gliding across beautiful, rolling landscapes. In the words of one base jumper: “It’s only when you leave the cliff – when you’re flying – that you really feel at home.” This program is a startling, adrenaline-filled insight into the revolutionary new sport that brings the dream of human flight alive.
Amazing Underground Secrets Natural Wonders at 8:55 pm
Much of the underground world is carved by nature; many of its greatest treasures are the result of elemental processes as old as the planet itself. We haven’t been slow to make use of these extraordinary and dramatic spaces – they provide us with a record of our earliest history, if we know where to look. But it’s a dangerous, often threatening realm, with its dark caverns, narrow environments and rushing water. Far from the light of day we join intrepid underground explorers as they push back the boundaries, make amazing discoveries and share sights of remarkable beauty.
Amazing Underground Secrets Secrets & Treasures at 9:55 pm
The underground world is one of secrets, ideal for hiding everything from misdeeds to the world’s greatest works of art. This program reveals some of the most exciting discoveries of buried treasure – then takes us to another kind of secret, the sort that governments like to hide, not just from their enemies, but from their own people. From ancient history right up to the present day, the underground world is the first choice for those seeking concealment.
Amazing Underground Secrets Mastering the Underground World at 10:55 pm
It’s a whole new world down there if we can conquer its challenges. Some of the greatest human minds have been engaged in making the underground safe and accessible. In this program we look at the most breathtaking feats of technology, past and present. From pick-axed tunnels to an excavated mountain, from Roman sewers to a vast 27km long particle accelerator – these are the ways we’ve harnessed the potential of this, the planet’s last frontier.