In this program, delve into the terrifying world of structural engineering gone horribly wrong. Examine the chain of events that led to some of the world's worst structural disasters, including the collapse of a giant department store in South Korea; the collapse of the roof of terminal 2E at Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris; and the collapse of two overhead walkways onto a crowded hotel lobby in Kansas City in the U.S. Follow the clues that led forensic experts to the fatal flaws that killed hundreds in the blink of an eye, and look at some of the newest, most futuristic building concepts and ask if, by pushing the limits of new materials and revolutionary technologies, we are not courting future disasters? And we'll experience what it's like to be in a building at that terrible moment of collapse. CGI and reconstructions tell these dramatic stories. We also look to the future to see what other countries, such as a rapidly developing China, are doing to prevent these sorts of disasters occurring in the future.