Saturday

23 July

  • 06:00

    Nat Geo's Most Amazing Photos

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    Orphaned, Season 2 | Episode 4

    Nick Nichols has been photographing elephants for more than 20 years. Now, he faces his most emotional assignment yetphotographing orphaned elephants at the moment when they are most vulnerableimmediately after their parents have been killed by poachers. Nick works closely with the keepers at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, who have made caring for these orphaned elephants their lifes work.

    Go to show
  • 06:30

    Mystery Files

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    Billy The Kid, Season 1 | Episode 11

    Its the late 1870s. One of the most infamous outlaws of the American Wild West is Billy the Kid… a teenage killer who terrorizes New Mexico. His life of crime comes to an end when he is gunned down by his onetime friend and lawman Pat Garrett. This is the legend of The Kid. But closer analysis and new forensic evidence reveals his history is very different. So who is the real boy behind the legend?

    Go to show
  • 07:00

    Strippers: Cars For Cash

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    Small And Sporty, Season 1 | Episode 6

    Two teams compete to see who can make the most money by buying, breaking and selling parts from scrap cars. In this challenge the teams must break something small and sporty. George and Sheldon track down a MGB GT whilst Ben and Frankie pin their hopes on the seminal Mazda MX-5; but will either team be able to turn a big profit?

  • 08:00

    Wicked Tuna

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    Bite Fight, Season 3 | Episode 5

    It's the fifth week of the season and the entire fleet battle for the most successful fishing spots. The waters turn turbulent as the boats go head-to-head, trying to out-muscle and outsmart their opponent. When old and new rivals clash on the high seas, the pressure is on each captain to land a fish before their adversary.

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  • 08:50

    Eat: The Story of Food

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    Hooked On Seafood, Season 1 | Episode 3

    This is the uncensored story of food. Everything from cheetos to fois gras, science experiments to pop culture is fair game

    Go to show
  • 09:40

    The Story of God with Morgan Freeman

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    Who is God?, Season 1 | Episode 2

    In 'The Story of God', Morgan Freeman seeks to understand how faith has shaped our lives, no matter what our religion or belief.

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  • 10:35

    The Fearless Chef

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    Bolivia, Season 1 | Episode 1

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, travels to Bolivia and joins a potentially deadly harvest of one of the world's most controversial plants - the coca leaf, the principle ingredient in the manufacture of cocaine.

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  • 11:30

    The Fearless Chef

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    China, Season 1 | Episode 2

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, braves the sub-zero, wintry conditions of northeastern China in search of two national delicacies, both found deep beneath the ice - lotus root and giant carp.

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  • 12:30

    The Fearless Chef

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    Ethiopia, Season 1 | Episode 3

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, survives the Danakil Depression in Northern Ethiopia, one of the lowest, hottest and cruelest' places on earth with an average temperature of 50 degrees Celsius, to mine salt.

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  • 13:30

    The Fearless Chef

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    Nepal, Season 1 | Episode 4

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, journeys to the roof of the world, the Nepalese Himalayas, where he joins the Gurung honey hunters on a dangerous honey harvest, hanging precariously from rope ladders over sheer cliffs.

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  • 14:30

    The Fearless Chef

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    Bangladesh, Season 1 | Episode 5

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, travels the length of Bangladesh, one of the world's top fish producing nations, and discovers that the country's fishing industry is as diverse as it can be dangerous.

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  • 15:30

    The Fearless Chef

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    Mozambique, Season 1 | Episode 6

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, free-dives off the island of Vamizi, Mozambique, and pushes his body to the limit when he spear-fishes for dogtooth tuna in the shark infested waters of the St Lazarus Bank.

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  • 16:25

    The Fearless Chef

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    Peru, Season 1 | Episode 7

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, ventures into the isolated Amazonian jungle of Peru with the Huachipaeri and Matsiguenka tribes, where he samples termites, worms and a host of medicinal plants.

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  • 17:20

    The Fearless Chef

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    Mongolia, Season 1 | Episode 8

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, braves the frozen bleak wilderness of Western Mongolia when he joins the Kazakh eagle hunters on a quest for wild rabbit on horseback.

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  • 18:15

    The Fearless Chef

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    Sri Lanka, Season 1 | Episode 9

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, endures death-defying and claustrophobic conditions when he visits the coastal region of southwest Sri Lanka on the hunt for fresh tiger prawns and a naturally fermented palm wine.

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  • 19:10

    The Fearless Chef

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    Borneo, Season 1 | Episode 10

    Kiran Jethwa, The Fearless Chef, visits the legendary headhunters of Borneo, the Iban people, to face a grueling hunt through thick jungle in search of wild boar, edible frogs and palm hearts.

    Go to show
  • 20:05

    Eat: The Story of Food

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    Food Revolutionaries, Season 1 | Episode 4

    This is the uncensored story of food. Everything from cheetos to fois gras, science experiments to pop culture is fair game

    Go to show
  • 21:00

    The Story of God with Morgan Freeman

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    Creation, Season 1 | Episode 1

    In this episode of "The Story of God," Morgan Freeman traverses the globe to ask: Where did we come from, and what happened "in the beginning?" Humanity's first question remains one of its most intensely debated. For many believers, it is impossible to understand who and what we are without first understanding how we got here...and who (or what) is behind it. Were we created in the image of God, or are we the result of a 13.8 million year old singularity? Morgan meets with papal representatives at the Vatican and Islamic scholars in Cairo. He visits Hindu philosophers in India and archeologists digging up the ancient Mayan past in the rain forests of Central America.

    Go to show
  • 21:55

    Drugs Inc.

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    Rocky Mountain High, Season 4 | Episode 6

    Since the state of Colorado approved the recreational use of Marijuana in November 2012 thousands have scrambled to smoke it, grow it and sell it. But the legalization is taking a toll on the illegal drug market. Gang wars are heating up and the Mexican drug cartels are pushing harder drugs like black tar heroin. But for some small entrepreneurs on both sides, the change in the law offers a world of opportunities.

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  • 22:50

    Yukon Gold

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    Homecoming, Season 4 | Episode 1

    As the season gets underway, Bernie clashes with his most experienced crew, son Jarret. After months of lonely prep work, Chris reunites with his partner Nika and their three small children. Karl gets big gold right out of the gate. Big Al returns to the Yukon in a wheelchair, hoping to turn his life and his mine around.

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  • 23:45

    Outsiders: Living Off the Edge

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    Finders Keepers, Season 1 | Episode 2

    On the edge of the world, even the most solitary must rely on a few trusted allies to endure. For those who choose this life, a little help can go a long way. Living below the grid, Joe Ray ventures outside his caves only when survival dictates. Today, he's headed on a mission to locate an unusual currency he can use to barter for rifle ammunition. Beyond the grid, Bear Claw hunts to deliver the food he needs. It is bear season, and Bear Claw is permitted to take one bear. But he must catch his prey by the end of the week - and this deadline pushes him to seek out a helping hand. Stranded outside the grid in Lake Michigan, Dan Burton and his family have survived almost entirely with supplies found around Beaver Island. Today, he embarks on a salvage mission in search of useful materials…and finds 500 pounds of "useful" at the bottom of Lake Michigan. Hidden away in the far northwest corner of America, Doc and Jeanny Leverett built their home high above the grid, going more than two weeks at a time without touching the ground. But, today, to sustain life in the trees, Doc leaves their perch to barter for supplies.

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  • 00:40

    Drugs Inc.

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    Rocky Mountain High, Season 4 | Episode 6

    Since the state of Colorado approved the recreational use of Marijuana in November 2012 thousands have scrambled to smoke it, grow it and sell it. But the legalization is taking a toll on the illegal drug market. Gang wars are heating up and the Mexican drug cartels are pushing harder drugs like black tar heroin. But for some small entrepreneurs on both sides, the change in the law offers a world of opportunities.

    Go to show
  • 01:35

    Eat: The Story of Food

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    Food Revolutionaries, Season 1 | Episode 4

    This is the uncensored story of food. Everything from cheetos to fois gras, science experiments to pop culture is fair game

    Go to show
  • 02:30

    The Story of God with Morgan Freeman

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    Creation, Season 1 | Episode 1

    In this episode of "The Story of God," Morgan Freeman traverses the globe to ask: Where did we come from, and what happened "in the beginning?" Humanity's first question remains one of its most intensely debated. For many believers, it is impossible to understand who and what we are without first understanding how we got here...and who (or what) is behind it. Were we created in the image of God, or are we the result of a 13.8 million year old singularity? Morgan meets with papal representatives at the Vatican and Islamic scholars in Cairo. He visits Hindu philosophers in India and archeologists digging up the ancient Mayan past in the rain forests of Central America.

    Go to show
  • 03:30

    Mystery Files

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    Billy The Kid, Season 1 | Episode 11

    Its the late 1870s. One of the most infamous outlaws of the American Wild West is Billy the Kid… a teenage killer who terrorizes New Mexico. His life of crime comes to an end when he is gunned down by his onetime friend and lawman Pat Garrett. This is the legend of The Kid. But closer analysis and new forensic evidence reveals his history is very different. So who is the real boy behind the legend?

    Go to show
  • 04:00

    Street Genius

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    Blown Apart, Season 1 | Episode 11

    A brand-new pop-science/engineering 'game show' that challenges the global public to pick the right outcome of incredible experiments.

    Go to show
  • 04:30

    Money Meltdown

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    Silver Sword, Golden Pig, Season 1 | Episode 11

    Diego explores the martial arts world in search of weapons that might be made with precious metals. He hits a dead end with a master sensei, but the sensei refers him to a surly ancient weapons dealer. Rich knows that marine testing equipment was made with precious metals in order to withstand salt water corrosion. He visits a warehouse that turns out to be a treasure trove of old test equipment, but little worth buying is available for sale. And Dave travels 200 miles to visit a gold mine in search of crystalized gold, one of the rarest forms of gold on the planet. He strikes out in finding any gold in the mine, but when he coaxes some raw specimens from the mine owner, Dave is poised to uncover a type of gold that is often worth several times more than regular gold.

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  • 05:00

    Abandoned

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    Connecticut Ghost Town, Season 1 | Episode 9

    It's an extraordinary opportunity to explore not just an abandoned building, but an entire town. Johnsonville, CT was purchased by a millionaire who planned to turn the mill and the surrounding village into a tourist attraction, only to shut it down in 1994. Jay, Dan and Mark expect to find well-preserved properties, but shocked by excessive mold, mildew and disrepair at every turn. Jay fears this will be a run-of-the-mill trip, but he's thrilled when he finds a butchers block, a wrought iron fence, and a bell designed by the Meneely family, famous for casting Saint Anthony's Church Bell in Prague. After struggling to negotiate fair prices with the owner, Jay decides to make an unprecedented offer-to buy an entire schoolhouse.

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  • 05:30

    Nat Geo's Most Amazing Photos

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    Orphaned, Season 2 | Episode 4

    Nick Nichols has been photographing elephants for more than 20 years. Now, he faces his most emotional assignment yetphotographing orphaned elephants at the moment when they are most vulnerableimmediately after their parents have been killed by poachers. Nick works closely with the keepers at the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, who have made caring for these orphaned elephants their lifes work.

    Go to show

Sunday

24 July

  • 06:00

    Nat Geo's Most Amazing Photos

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    Ghosts of The Wild West, Season 2 | Episode 5

    More than 40 years ago, famed photographer Bill Allard fell in love with the American West. Now, on assignment for National Geographic magazine, he follows the path of the Hi-Line Railroad, which cuts across a thousand kilometers of northern Montana. He's there to track down the descendants of homesteaders who settled there a century ago to eke out a living despite the odds stacked against them. Along the way, we'll find out what connects Bill to this rugged landscape and why, at 73, he can't resist coming back again and again.

    Go to show
  • 06:30

    Mystery Files

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    Abraham Lincoln, Season 1 | Episode 12

    Abraham Lincoln. The man who rises from obscurity to become Americas 16th President and arguably its finest. But on April 15th 1865 he becomes the first US President to be assassinated, leading to the creation of a legend that obscures his true personality. Through in-depth historical, psychological and medical analysis, his character is laid bare, and the extraordinary impact of his early life as a rural farmer on his later actions as President, revealed.

    Go to show
  • 07:00

    Strippers: Cars For Cash

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    Weekend Warriors, Season 1 | Episode 7

    Two teams compete to see who can make the most money by buying, breaking and selling parts from scrap cars. When is a car not a car? When it is a way of life. This week our teams go in search of a vehicle synonymous with lifestyle and leisure. Campervans, Beach Buggies, VW Beetles and countless other cool and quirky cars are much loved - not just for the driving experience they offer, but also the way of life they represent. Our Strippers will be hoping that a legion of motoring fans will help them tap into a lucrative parts market.

  • 08:00

    Wicked Tuna

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    Mission: Fishin!, Season 3 | Episode 6

    As Gloucester's bluefin tuna fleet charges into the heart of the fishing season, it's a tight race for the coveted title of top-earning boat. The fleet has its sights set on one boat - The Hot Tuna. Captain TJ Ott and his crew have held onto the top spot on the leaderboard since week one - and everyone wants to dethrone them. Any one fish could be the ticket to push someone into the lead, but landing the next prize tuna is easier said than done.

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  • 08:50

    Deadly Journeys of The Apostles

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    Before the church, before the Gospels, there were the apostles. Experience the birth of Christianity through the eyes of the men who knew Jesus.

  • 09:40

    Hitler's Jurassic Monsters

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    Hitler's Jurassic Monsters, Season 0 | Episode 1

    This hard-hitting and in-depth film sets out to examine the medications Hitler was on, how often and how much he took, and to explore if drugs played a role in his behavior and actions

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  • 10:30

    Doomsday Preppers

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    The Fight Ahead, Season 3 | Episode 1

    We profile two unique individuals who fear the end of the world is fast approaching. First we meet Chad, a man who fears a nuclear strike from his own government. With his family in tow, Chad executes the biggest prep of his life - a 140' escape tunnel. Then we head to North Carolina where Mike Evock and his family are prepping for a devastating biological and chemical attack. Ex-special forces, Mike runs an ATV park, but out back, he has prepped it as the perfect bug-out spot. With an assault rifle fitted ATV, and a mobile chemical attack tent, Mike has a response time that most preppers would envy.

  • 11:30

    Doomsday Preppers

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    Take Our Country Back, Season 3 | Episode 2

    Deep in Oregon's back-country sits an 80 acre off-the-grid estate that prepper Curt and his family have designed as a fortress in the event of an economic collapse. Isolation is one of their greatest strengths but the protective measures are endless: a 3,000 square foot greenhouse, a lake with one million gallons of water, infrared cameras and high tech software system - not to mention the children are trained in marksmanship. Now, Curt is working on his next prep - turning a regular truck into a high-speed armored. But while the cameras are rolling, Mother Nature strikes and the entire property is under an immediate threat. In Alaska, Rodney is preparing for a cataclysmic earthquake and the towering tsunami that could follow. With military training, an extensive food supply and an extreme bugout vehicle named "War Machine", Rodney is confident he's on the right track to surviving Doomsday. He's even devised a unique underwater cache system to sustain his family in a resource-scarce community - but concerned the public will be unable to refill scuba tanks after a disaster, Rodney devises a tankless scuba system.

  • 12:30

    Doomsday Preppers

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    Total Destruction, Season 3 | Episode 3

    In the third episode of Season 3, we profile two unique individuals who fear the end of the world is fast approaching. In Smithville, Tennessee, Tracy Foutch is a father and business owner who fears that a devastating EF5 tornado will rip through his neighborhood. To protect his family, he plans to use his factory as a secret laboratory for his preps where he will create a bug out vehicle that runs off of destruction. In Florida, Dan Rojas is channeling the power of the sun to keep his family alive if devastating lightning storms rip through Tampa. To help recover after a storm that he believes will knock out the power grid, Dan is set to create his biggest prep yet. We join these two men as they take their ordinary lives into uncharted territory, into the world of Doomsday Preppers.

  • 13:30

    Doomsday Preppers

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    Survival Is An Ugly Beast, Season 3 | Episode 4

    Rob has most of his prepper boxes checked: enough food to feed his family for two years, self-made bullets, and a stockpile of weapons. But in order to protect his family from Doomsday marauders, he is devising the ultimate booby-trap system. With the help of a neighbor, Rob is securing his Texas property's perimeter with an elaborate system of alarms, traps and defense mechanisms. But when an unexpected tornado hits, Rob goes into instant prepper mode and booby-trap plans must be put on hold. In Tennessee, Greg is preparing for a national financial catastrophe and plans to spend most of Doomsday in an undisclosed location - an invisible tree house miles from city limits where he hopes to be safe from urban looters. If the build goes as planned, Greg and his family will have a tree house 12 feet into the forest canopy, with mirrored paneling so it reflects the surrounding trees, and a stockpile of food, water and ammo.

  • 14:30

    Doomsday Preppers

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    We Are The Marauders, Season 3 | Episode 5

    In the fifth episode of Season 3, we dive into the world of two individuals who fear the end of the world is fast approaching. In Tacoma, Washington, Tyler Smith is a father and prepper with a twist: hes prepping to take your things. To protect his clan, Tyler is arming himself with marauding gear to forcefully take what he and his group will need to survive. At the other end of the spectrum, we find Kevin Barber, a family man who went the other direction. He moved his family to Costa Rica as a peaceful getaway and is focused on building positive relationships with his neighbors. We follow Kevin in an effort to become truly self sufficient, a feat he hopes to achieve through his aquaponics system. We join these two men as they take their lives into uncharted territory, into the world of Doomsday Preppers.

  • 15:30

    Doomsday Preppers

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    Live Bees, Live Ammo, Season 3 | Episode 6

    In this episode, we explore the lives of two different families who fear the end of the world is fast approaching. In Dayton, Texas, John Tucker is preparing for category 5 hurricanes that will change the landscape forever. Around town he is known as the bee man but what people dont know is that John Tucker is planning to use his bees as the ultimate prep. Next, we go inside the lives of two brothers, Bret and Shane. The both live in Utah and do everything together. We follow these brothers as they built the ultimate sniper rifle on a property 5000 feet above sea level all in preparation for an upcoming economic collapse. We join these two families as they prepare for the end of the world, as we know it.

  • 16:25

    Doomsday Preppers

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    No One Will Ever Know, Season 3 | Episode 7

    We explore the lives of two different preppers who fear the end of the world as we know it is fast approaching. In Gun Barrel City, Texas, Kenny is preparing for a civil war. Kenny is building the ultimate fortified rooftop command center to defend his property against marauders. Next, we go inside lives of the Poole family as they build a customized bunker together in preparation for an EMP. We join these two preppers as they prepare for doomsday.

  • 17:20

    Doomsday Preppers

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    No Stranger To Strangers, Season 3 | Episode 8

    In this episode, we go inside the lives of two different families as they prepare for the end of the world. In rural Colorado we meet Dr. Dave and his wife Dee. They are prepping for an EMP caused by a solar flare, which they fear will lead to widespread illness and death due to the lack of medical care. In the hopes to save his family, Dave is building a mobile pharmacy so he can have a supply of traditional medicine. Next, we meet Richard Huggins in Fort Worth, Texas. He is preparing for Nuclear War by building and fortifying a pillbox with grenade launchers, a machine gun and claymore mines to keep his family safe. We join these two preppers as they as they prepare for Doomsday.

  • 18:15

    Doomsday Preppers

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    Nobody Will Be Ready, Season 3 | Episode 9

    In the ninth episode of Season 3, the preparation for an earthquake in the New Madrid seismic zone takes precedence when it comes to our two families. Both David Mays and David Nash prepare themselves and their families for a destined earthquake. David Mays is a pilot who relies on gadgets to protect his family from advancing destruction and also to provide assistance to neighbors in need. With his drones that he has rigged with cameras and defensive mechanisms, he plans to survey his surroundings on his way to his personal bug-out location. David Nash is a do-it-yourselfer who creates a geodesic dome that will house his family if a quake strikes. His preps include a water purification system, a homemade generator, and the reinforced earthquake shelter that also gathers water.

  • 19:10

    Doomsday Preppers

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    Americans Not Ameri-Can'ts, Season 3 | Episode 10

    In Georgia, firefighter Mark believes that the U.S. is under the threat of foreign occupation, specifically by Russia. He already has six months worth of food stored and is skilled at hunting and trapping. Now, hes working on building a modern Trojan horse in order to infiltrate a potential enemy base undetected. In Texas, Joe is preparing for a cyber-attack to take out the countrys telecommunications system. He is prepped with enough food to feed 24 people for two years, a stock of 1,500 gallons of water and a global communications system. His current projects include a post-apocalyptic schoolhouse to be used to educate children if the government collapses after disaster and "gyro-copter" in order to maintain aerial dominance.

  • 20:05

    Deadly Journeys of The Apostles

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    Follow the Apostles' journeys and retell the dramatic conflicts they faced as they left the holy land.

  • 21:00

    Explorer

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    Blood Antiquities, Season 2 | Episode 11

    Explorer takes viewers around the world on the hunt for blood antiquities. Otherwise known as conflict antiquities or loot, these items have been known to fund genocide, terrorism and organized crime. Looting is nothing new, from Egyptian tombs, to Angkor antiquities, to Mayan ruins, to WWII relics-looting is as old as art. Looters can be opportunistic civilians trying to make a buck or entire regimes funding war. Buyers are just as diverse: from wealthy art collectors to well-known auction houses and museums. Liberal laws have allowed antiquities to circulate the art world-with a don't ask, don't tell policy-keeping stolen artifacts under the radar. The anti-looting laws that do exist are not universal and are often not enforced. But ISIS has changed the game. The looting of Syrian antiquities may be one of their main sources of funding and a major platform for propaganda. Their looting of Syria is violently erasing our shared cultural heritage and more importantly, a horrifying realization has starting to penetrate the public consciousness: buyers in Europe and America are helping to finance the most macabre terrorist group of the century.

    Go to show
  • 21:55

    Drugs Inc.

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    Miami Vices, Season 4 | Episode 7

    Modern Miami is a city that was largely built on the cocaine industry. Over four decades, the city has played an integral role in trafficking drugs from Latin America into the United States -- which has left the city with an insatiable narcotics appetite. Well hear from the DEA, US Customs and Border Protection and the US Coastguard trying who are trying to stifle the flow of drugs in. And ride along with the Citys Police Departments who are clamping down on dope holes and street dealers. We delve into the new generation of drug kingpins who devising ingenious smuggling methods and talk to the crack dealers taking extra precautions by operating behind fences

    Go to show
  • 22:50

    Eat: The Story of Food

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    Food Revolutionaries, Season 1 | Episode 4

    This is the uncensored story of food. Everything from cheetos to fois gras, science experiments to pop culture is fair game

    Go to show
  • 23:45

    The Story of God with Morgan Freeman

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    Creation, Season 1 | Episode 1

    In this episode of "The Story of God," Morgan Freeman traverses the globe to ask: Where did we come from, and what happened "in the beginning?" Humanity's first question remains one of its most intensely debated. For many believers, it is impossible to understand who and what we are without first understanding how we got here...and who (or what) is behind it. Were we created in the image of God, or are we the result of a 13.8 million year old singularity? Morgan meets with papal representatives at the Vatican and Islamic scholars in Cairo. He visits Hindu philosophers in India and archeologists digging up the ancient Mayan past in the rain forests of Central America.

    Go to show
  • 00:40

    Drugs Inc.

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    Miami Vices, Season 4 | Episode 7

    Modern Miami is a city that was largely built on the cocaine industry. Over four decades, the city has played an integral role in trafficking drugs from Latin America into the United States -- which has left the city with an insatiable narcotics appetite. Well hear from the DEA, US Customs and Border Protection and the US Coastguard trying who are trying to stifle the flow of drugs in. And ride along with the Citys Police Departments who are clamping down on dope holes and street dealers. We delve into the new generation of drug kingpins who devising ingenious smuggling methods and talk to the crack dealers taking extra precautions by operating behind fences

    Go to show
  • 01:35

    Deadly Journeys of The Apostles

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    Follow the Apostles' journeys and retell the dramatic conflicts they faced as they left the holy land.

  • 02:30

    Explorer

    +

    Blood Antiquities, Season 2 | Episode 11

    Explorer takes viewers around the world on the hunt for blood antiquities. Otherwise known as conflict antiquities or loot, these items have been known to fund genocide, terrorism and organized crime. Looting is nothing new, from Egyptian tombs, to Angkor antiquities, to Mayan ruins, to WWII relics-looting is as old as art. Looters can be opportunistic civilians trying to make a buck or entire regimes funding war. Buyers are just as diverse: from wealthy art collectors to well-known auction houses and museums. Liberal laws have allowed antiquities to circulate the art world-with a don't ask, don't tell policy-keeping stolen artifacts under the radar. The anti-looting laws that do exist are not universal and are often not enforced. But ISIS has changed the game. The looting of Syrian antiquities may be one of their main sources of funding and a major platform for propaganda. Their looting of Syria is violently erasing our shared cultural heritage and more importantly, a horrifying realization has starting to penetrate the public consciousness: buyers in Europe and America are helping to finance the most macabre terrorist group of the century.

    Go to show
  • 03:30

    Mystery Files

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    Abraham Lincoln, Season 1 | Episode 12

    Abraham Lincoln. The man who rises from obscurity to become Americas 16th President and arguably its finest. But on April 15th 1865 he becomes the first US President to be assassinated, leading to the creation of a legend that obscures his true personality. Through in-depth historical, psychological and medical analysis, his character is laid bare, and the extraordinary impact of his early life as a rural farmer on his later actions as President, revealed.

    Go to show
  • 04:00

    Street Genius

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    Breaking Point, Season 1 | Episode 12

    A brand-new pop-science/engineering 'game show' that challenges the global public to pick the right outcome of incredible experiments.

    Go to show
  • 04:30

    Money Meltdown

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    No Country For Gold Men, Season 1 | Episode 12

    Dave finds a stamp mill, a device used to crush rocks into powder in order to get the gold out. Dave recruits his dad and buddies Jim and Dan to help him recover the gold powder from the ground. Diego goes to a race track because he thinks there might be old silver horseshoes, but when a trainer suggests he might find silver and platinum at the nearby horse hospital, he goes there instead. Rich heads out to a Wild West theme ranch used for movie shoots and theme weddings hoping to find precious metal antiques, but the owner wont let him search through the cowboy movie props.

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  • 05:00

    Abandoned

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    New York Masonic Lodge, Season 1 | Episode 10

    What started as a trek through the depths of a spooky Masonic retirement home transforms into a trip to hot rod heaven. After failing to find valuable goods at a Tappan, NY retirement home, the team explores two barns set for demolition in nearby Newtown, CT. Jay is blown away by the automotive relics stored in the barn, including a restored tractor, porcelain signage, and a Chrysler Saratoga. Now, Jay must convince the owners that he will successfully restore and resell the entire contents of both barns, but only if they can agree on a fair price.

    Go to show
  • 05:30

    Nat Geo's Most Amazing Photos

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    Ghosts of The Wild West, Season 2 | Episode 5

    More than 40 years ago, famed photographer Bill Allard fell in love with the American West. Now, on assignment for National Geographic magazine, he follows the path of the Hi-Line Railroad, which cuts across a thousand kilometers of northern Montana. He's there to track down the descendants of homesteaders who settled there a century ago to eke out a living despite the odds stacked against them. Along the way, we'll find out what connects Bill to this rugged landscape and why, at 73, he can't resist coming back again and again.

    Go to show

Monday

25 July

  • 06:00

    Nat Geo's Most Amazing Photos

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    Capturing Milan, Season 2 | Episode 9

    Milan is a city thats hard to love. And yet its home to some of the most prominent art, fashion and history in the world. Photographer David Yoder is on assignment for National Geographic Traveler magazine to reveal the hidden side of Milan -- one of surprising beauty and nuance that only a true Milanese would know and most visitors dont often see.

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  • 06:30

    Mystery Files

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    Lawrence of Arabia, Season 2 | Episode 3

    Lawrence of Arabia, immortalised in his own epic book "Seven Pillars of Wisdom," is seen by some as the great military mind of World War I in the Middle East; and by others as one of the greatest liars and charlatans of the 20th century. In this programme we chart the arguments for and against Lawrence being the key player in the Great Arab Revolt of 1916-18, the start of the battle over territory that has plagued the western world and Arab states ever since. The Great Arab Revolt Project (GARP) in Southern Jordan is an archaeological investigation of a battlefield on a dramatic scale. We reinvestigate evidence laid out in the Seven Pillars of Wisdom and analyse archaeologists' discoveries that are restoring Lawrence's place in history as both a military genius, and an honourable man.

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  • 07:00

    Goldfathers

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    Race For Gold, Season 1 | Episode 1

    ALASKA: the gold mining Mecca of North America. The season is short - only 100 days from the first thaw until the ground and rivers freeze up again. Determined men and women suffer through physical and emotional pain as they head out to remote locations to mine for gold. They will either strike it rich or go broke trying. Among those 'going for the gold' are: JOHN REEVES, one of the largest private landowners in the state. With gold prices soaring, John is taking a second look at the properties he owns. Helping him in hunt for treasure is an archive of old maps that will hopefully point him to where the gold is on his vast property. He brings in his city slicker kids to help him prospect and hopefully find the mother lode. Then there's DOUG BAKER. Part brilliant mining engineer/ part mad scientist, Doug leads his family mining operation, the down-and-dirty Mudminers. Doug is half a million dollars in the hole after a disastrous season last year. If this season isn't his best, it will be his last. Finally, we have CCR MINING, a company started by two young upstarts, CREIGHTON LAPP and CHUCK TILLIAN who are looking to join the big leagues. They have leased a mining claim that is supposedly "gold rich" from CLARK DURANT. CCR has high hopes for the season, but after a slow start and a series of miscommunications…

  • 08:00

    Wicked Tuna

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    Blue Grit, Season 3 | Episode 10

    Time is running out in the North Atlantic bluefin tuna season and, this week, every boat in the Gloucester fleet is facing a different challenge. Being a successful bluefin fisherman demands true grit, and, when times are tough, it becomes clear who is a contender and who's a pretender. Which captains have what it takes to succeed? And who will crumble under the pressure?

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  • 08:50

    Fish Tank Kings

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    Mat can't wait to meet one of his sports heroes -- Indy car legend Ryan Hunter-Reay. Meanwhile, at the Tennessee Aquarium, Francis meets a giant Pacific octopus suffering from harmful chemicals that have leeched into its water from a poorly-constructed rock feature. To save the octopus, Francis must turn to Jose to build all-new and 100%-safe aquarium rocks, all while avoiding the Tank Boss, Mat, who has demanded the warehouse work on his pet project... or else! It's a warehouse showdown as Mat's pet project takes center stage while Jose is racing to save an octopi's life. Can Jose avoid a single-minded Mat? Will Jose and Francis be able to stand each other long enough to get this job done? The life of an eight-legged friend depends on it.

  • 09:40

    Wicked Tuna

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    The Final Fishdown, Season 5 | Episode 15

    In the last week of the Atlantic bluefin tuna season the closest race in Wicked Tuna history is a tossup between four top contenders - Hot Tuna, Hard Merchandise, FV-Tuna.com and Wicked Pissah - and it will all come down to the final catch! With high-value bluefin paying off at up to $16,000, the leading captains are all one fish away from victory or defeat. And Pinwheel Captain Tyler McLaughlin is desperate for a big score to get him back in the game.

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  • 10:30

    Live Free Or Die

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    Do Or Die, Season 1 | Episode 4

    The changing seasons bring about new possibilities for the primitives as they continue to expand their horizons in the wild. The winter has finally lifted in Appalachia, but the rainy weather that marks the arrival of spring is proving a nuisance for Tony and Amelia. After repairing part of their water system damaged by a storm, they are delighted to find that most of their garden survived the unusually brutal winter. Thorn is taking advantage of the warmer weather by making an addition to his camp: a goat, which will provide him with protein from its milk. Further south in Georgia, Colbert tries to make up for the pelts he lost in the fire by setting new traps. Expecting to catch a beaver, he is surprised to find a turtle in his trap, but makes do. In California, Gabriels elder Tautaucho helps him hone his hunting technique. The lesson comes in handy one night when Gabe wakes up and shoots a raccoon out of a tree.

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  • 11:20

    WWII's Greatest Raids

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    Hitler's Last Bridge, Season 1 | Episode 3

    March 7th, 1945. The US 9th Armored Division launch a raid to capture the Ludendorff Bridge, the final gateway to the heart of the Third Reich.

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  • 12:10

    Street Genius

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    The Big Bangs, Season 1 | Episode 16

    A brand-new pop-science/engineering 'game show' that challenges the global public to pick the right outcome of incredible experiments.

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  • 12:40

    Ultimate Airport Dubai

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    Airport Emergency, Season 2 | Episode 6

    In this episode, an incoming aircraft with a hydraulics problem threatens to bring every flight to a halt; 40,000 thousand feet above a virtual Dubai, two trainee A380 pilots simulate an almost identical emergency; an inspection of the upgraded Southern runway delays the re-opening - bad news for the airport's billion dollar engineering programme and recording artist Cat Stevens is at risk of missing a crucial flight to New York to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, all because of a computer problem at the Departure Gate.

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  • 13:35

    Mad Scientists

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    Swamp Flyer, Season 1 | Episode 7

    John teams up with George Jacobs, a self-described "Swamp Critter" the locals call Gyro Jake. Together, they set out to turn one of Jake's gyroplanes into a gyroboat that can move through the water like a gyroplane. The weather turns against them, and so do the laws of hydrodynamics. But these two men don't quit, and they never stop teasing each other to the very funny end.

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  • 14:05

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Into The Death Zone, Season 6 | Episode 4

    Over two days in spring of 1996, 9 climbers died on the descent from Mount Everest. A fierce storm, hubris and ambition and a series of errors contributed to make this the deadliest day in the history of the mountain.

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  • 15:00

    What Would Happen If

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    In this week's episode we ask; Could your wallet save you from a 9mm bullet? Ballistics babe Dr.Nikki Woolmore finds out. Kitchen chemist Mike Bullivant plunders his pantry to see if it's possible to measure the speeding of light using some grated cheese and a microwave. And host Marty Jopson see if its possible to switch from right handed to left in a month? All this and more on What Would Happen If..?

  • 15:30

    Street Monkeys

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    A troop of Vervet monkeys find themselves marooned in a wealthy golfing estate in Durban South Africa. Although the Pani Troop seem to have landed in monkey heaven, life in paradise is not so easy as they learn to adapt and survive in this new and challenging environment. How we deal with our precocious primate cousins can tell us a lot about ourselves but the people that live on the Mount Edgecombe Estate are only half the problem - The Pani Troop must also to defend this prime piece of monkey real estate from their arch rivals The Sugar Cane Gang who are trying to move in on their turf and steal a piece of the action.

  • 16:25

    Engineering Connections

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    Bullet Train, Season 3 | Episode 6

    Richard Hammond reveals the surprising engineering connections between Japan's 'bullet train' - the world's first high speed railway - and ancient charioteers, a crowbar, a medieval clock, the electric telegraph, and a 19th century luxury racing car. Nearly 50 years old the bullet train is still pioneering new high-speed technology. Engineers re-invented the train wheel to allow the bullet train to run at close to 300 kilometres per hour, and devised an ingeniously levered pantograph - the connection between the train and the overhead power lines - to eliminate the danger of 10,000 C electrical arcs. Making the train light - so it can accelerate quickly - called for a solution first used in a Lohner Porsche, the world's first four wheel drive car. Every single carriage of the bullet train is driven - except for the first and last - the exact opposite of a conventional train. The bullet train has 112 wheel drive. Cornering at high speed called for the train to lean - something ancient charioteers practised to corner faster. The track is banked but the train itself leans as it corners. Running the bullet train across a country hit by about 900 earthquakes a year required the world's most sophisticated earthquake detection system that would stop trains automatically to avoid high speed derailment - a solution made possible by the electric telegraph.

  • 17:20

    Jurassic CSI

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    Armed with a high tech crime scene tool, paleontologist Phil Manning sets out on a journey that takes him to Spain, the Americas and China. His mission: to find out how dinosaurs may have walked... and maybe even how they ran.

  • 18:15

    Wicked Tuna

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    Blue Grit, Season 3 | Episode 10

    Time is running out in the North Atlantic bluefin tuna season and, this week, every boat in the Gloucester fleet is facing a different challenge. Being a successful bluefin fisherman demands true grit, and, when times are tough, it becomes clear who is a contender and who's a pretender. Which captains have what it takes to succeed? And who will crumble under the pressure?

    Go to show
  • 19:10

    Science of Stupid

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    Falling Through Ice Is Never Nice, Season 1 | Episode 4

    The Science of Stupid is the show that combines cold hard science with some of the craziest, most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded. In this episode Richard Hammond explores the many ways to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when walking on ice, riding in shopping trolleys or simply underestimating electrical currents.

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  • 19:35

    Brain Games

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    Imagination, Season 4 | Episode 12

    This is a show about your brain and its imagination. We often associate imagination with creativity and the arts, but we don't always think about how important it is to our daily lives. If you play along you'll see how you can use your imagination to solve daily problems, you'll learn how to tap into the imaginative process, and that, with a little help, you can keep the good ideas flowing. Get ready to unleash your imagination…on Brain Games.

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  • 20:05

    Fish Tank Kings

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    Mat is beside himself with excitement at the possibility of creating fish tanks for a one of a kind location - the home plate backstop of the brand new Miami Marlins baseball stadium! With the Marlins President, David Samson, breathing down their necks, the Living Color team comes up with a design that will hopefully function as a backstop as well as keep the fish from dying on the field in front of millions of Marlins fans across the country. Meanwhile, Jose can't get back on track with his already slammed production schedule and an overlooked design flaw in the Marlins reefs could botch the delivery date completely. Will the Living Color team be able to create tanks that will safely house the fish in the Marlin ballpark? What happens if first baseman, Gaby Sanchez, throws one of his famous 85 mph fastballs at the tank and it breaks, spilling fish onto the baseball field?

  • 21:00

    Wicked Tuna Reel Talk

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    Wicked Tuna: Reel Talk 2016, 1, Season 0 | Episode 1

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  • 21:55

    The Border

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    San Diego Front Line, Season 2 | Episode 1

    An undercover sting helps bring down an illegal human smuggling ring, as the US Customs officers continue to protect the US-Mexico border.

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  • 22:50

    Deadly Journeys of The Apostles

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    Follow the Apostles' journeys and retell the dramatic conflicts they faced as they left the holy land.

  • 23:45

    Explorer

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    Blood Antiquities, Season 2 | Episode 11

    Explorer takes viewers around the world on the hunt for blood antiquities. Otherwise known as conflict antiquities or loot, these items have been known to fund genocide, terrorism and organized crime. Looting is nothing new, from Egyptian tombs, to Angkor antiquities, to Mayan ruins, to WWII relics-looting is as old as art. Looters can be opportunistic civilians trying to make a buck or entire regimes funding war. Buyers are just as diverse: from wealthy art collectors to well-known auction houses and museums. Liberal laws have allowed antiquities to circulate the art world-with a don't ask, don't tell policy-keeping stolen artifacts under the radar. The anti-looting laws that do exist are not universal and are often not enforced. But ISIS has changed the game. The looting of Syrian antiquities may be one of their main sources of funding and a major platform for propaganda. Their looting of Syria is violently erasing our shared cultural heritage and more importantly, a horrifying realization has starting to penetrate the public consciousness: buyers in Europe and America are helping to finance the most macabre terrorist group of the century.

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  • 00:40

    The Border

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    San Diego Front Line, Season 2 | Episode 1

    An undercover sting helps bring down an illegal human smuggling ring, as the US Customs officers continue to protect the US-Mexico border.

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  • 01:35

    Fish Tank Kings

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    Mat is beside himself with excitement at the possibility of creating fish tanks for a one of a kind location - the home plate backstop of the brand new Miami Marlins baseball stadium! With the Marlins President, David Samson, breathing down their necks, the Living Color team comes up with a design that will hopefully function as a backstop as well as keep the fish from dying on the field in front of millions of Marlins fans across the country. Meanwhile, Jose can't get back on track with his already slammed production schedule and an overlooked design flaw in the Marlins reefs could botch the delivery date completely. Will the Living Color team be able to create tanks that will safely house the fish in the Marlin ballpark? What happens if first baseman, Gaby Sanchez, throws one of his famous 85 mph fastballs at the tank and it breaks, spilling fish onto the baseball field?

  • 02:30

    Wicked Tuna Reel Talk

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    Wicked Tuna: Reel Talk 2016, 1, Season 0 | Episode 1

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  • 03:30

    Mystery Files

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    Lawrence of Arabia, Season 2 | Episode 3

    Lawrence of Arabia, immortalised in his own epic book "Seven Pillars of Wisdom," is seen by some as the great military mind of World War I in the Middle East; and by others as one of the greatest liars and charlatans of the 20th century. In this programme we chart the arguments for and against Lawrence being the key player in the Great Arab Revolt of 1916-18, the start of the battle over territory that has plagued the western world and Arab states ever since. The Great Arab Revolt Project (GARP) in Southern Jordan is an archaeological investigation of a battlefield on a dramatic scale. We reinvestigate evidence laid out in the Seven Pillars of Wisdom and analyse archaeologists' discoveries that are restoring Lawrence's place in history as both a military genius, and an honourable man.

    Go to show
  • 04:00

    Street Genius

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    The Big Bangs, Season 1 | Episode 16

    A brand-new pop-science/engineering 'game show' that challenges the global public to pick the right outcome of incredible experiments.

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  • 04:30

    Danger Decoded

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    Discover what went wrong in a series of caught-on-camera disasters. After analysing visual clues, can you spot the deadly danger about to unfold?

  • 05:00

    Eat: The Story of Food

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    Carnivores, Season 1 | Episode 1

    This is the uncensored story of food. Everything from cheetos to fois gras, science experiments to pop culture is fair game

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  • 05:30

    Nat Geo's Most Amazing Photos

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    Capturing Milan, Season 2 | Episode 9

    Milan is a city thats hard to love. And yet its home to some of the most prominent art, fashion and history in the world. Photographer David Yoder is on assignment for National Geographic Traveler magazine to reveal the hidden side of Milan -- one of surprising beauty and nuance that only a true Milanese would know and most visitors dont often see.

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