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MOST VIEWED SHOWS

  • The Link show

    The Link

    Technology is all around us. From computers to cameras, cell phones to satellite navigation-our dependence on technology has...

  • Megacities Week show

    Megacities Week

    The key to a city's survival is its vital organs - power grids, transportation systems, water supplies, air traffic control...

  • Undercover USA show

    Undercover USA

    Two journalists are going undercover to investigate America’s synthetic drug craze. Can drug manufacturers be shut down? Or...

  • Man V. Monster show

    Man V. Monster

    Man may have conquered most of the planet, but there are still places where unknown creatures lurk. Join British adventurer...

  • World's Deadliest Animals Week show

    World's Deadliest Animals Week

    Survival of the fittest: it's a cold and intractable rule of nature. World’s deadliest week takes viewers on a fascinating and...

  • Wild show

    Wild

    It’s only natural for Nat Geo to thrill you with the greatest wildlife stories ever told. Stories of poetry in motion and...

  • Dino Death Match show

    Dino Death Match

    A fossil known as the ‘Duelling Dinosaurs’ depicts predator and prey as they died in combat. A dramatic fossil, but also...

  • Bite Me With Dr. Mike Leahy show

    Bite Me With Dr. Mike Leahy

    Mike Leahy used to be a motorcycle mechanic, but after 10 years of grease and gears he decided to go back to school. But not...

  • Built For The Kill show

    Built For The Kill

    From the jungle's big cats to the garden spider, these creatures have learnt to survive by outrunning or outwitting their prey...

  • Philly Undercover show

    Philly Undercover

    Philadelphia may be the city of brotherly love but, for some criminals, that sentiment doesn't extend to man's best friend.In...

  • Challenge the Desert show

    Challenge the Desert

    'Challenge the Desert' follows the story of one team, Team HRC[Honda] as they battle for victory in the notoriously dangerous...