Episode guide

WW2 Air Crash Detectives

Series 1

WW2 Air Crash Detectives

  • Lost and Confused: Sharp Top Mountain B-25 Crash

    Garth Barnard investigates shocking WWII air accidents, starting with a tragic B-25 training crash in Virginia that killed five crew.

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  • Conspiracy or Confusion? The Duke of Kent

    Controversial royal Prince George perished in a plane crash in 1942: was pilot error or sabotage to blame? Garth Barnard uncovers the truth.

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  • Death on the Great Plains: Naper 28

    Garth Barnard fact-finds to determine the cause of a terrible accident in Nebraska in 1944, when a transport plane crashed during a violent storm.

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  • Sikorski's Last Flight

    Conspiracy theories abound about the death of Wladyslaw Sikorski, the Polish PM whose plane crashed soon after take off in 1943. We explore this complex case.

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  • Australia's Worst Air Crash: Baker's Creek

    Australia's worst aviation accident happened in 1943, when 40 crew died in a B-17 bomber crash. Hear why this awful incident was hushed up.

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  • Death in the Moonlight: Turweston Wellington Collision

    In 1944, two Wellington bombers collided in mid-air over Northants. Garth Barnard investigates why 13 young trainees perished.

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