Host Brendan Moar dives into the process of what it takes to bring down some of the biggest structures from around the world.
A bridge in Manchester gets demolished.
Explosive demolition of the O. K. Allen Bridge.
A council flat in Lewisham must come down quickly and without harming the local residents’ flats situated only metres away.
Two high-rises in Meaux have to be demolished without endangering the surrounding people and buildings.
In this episode a 170 meter tower is imploded! The structure is close to a public highway so there’s an extra element of concern for local safety.
Brendan Moar is here to uncover the people and machinery behind the worlds most dangerous and captivating demolitions.
In this episode an intensive operation takes place to bring down a beast of a building, Harworth Colliery.
In this episode an intensive operation takes place to bring down a huge and unusual structure.
The sheer size of these buildings automatically makes this a very difficult job but these towers are also surrounded by hundreds of homes.
Taking down eight giant towers will take expert precision, planning & explosives. It’s imperative none of them fall in the wrong direction or fire any debris.
An asbestos ridden 1960s building in the crowded City of London is to be demolished to make way for a new hotel.
Brendan Moar looks back at the most interesting and dramatic moments that he’s encountered as The Demolition Man.