Sunday

24 March

  • 06:00 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 4, 7, Season 4 | Episode 7

    The show that takes the most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded, and combines them with cold hard science is back for a fourth season. In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself while going down bumpy slides, horse riding and even twerking.

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  • 06:25 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 3, 33, Season 3 | Episode 33

    The show that combines cold hard science with some of the craziest, most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded is back for a third season. In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when climbing a fence, attempting a headstand on a motorbike or trying to backflip off a swing.

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  • 06:50 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 4, 3, Season 4 | Episode 3

    The show that takes the most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded, and combines them with cold hard science is back for a fourth season. In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself while doing flips off a tire, monster truck jumps or just riding a child's scooter.

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  • 07:15 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Flood At Stava Dam, Season 1 | Episode 10

    Stava dam consisted of two basins, one on top of the other. Due to poor design they could not cope with waste from a nearby mining operation and collapsed, causing sludge to flow down the valley to the village of Stava at 90kmph.

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  • 08:10 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Inferno At Guadalajara, Season 1 | Episode 11

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  • 09:05 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Collision On The Runway, Season 1 | Episode 12

    The world's worst aviation accident occured when two jumbo jets collided in fog on the runway at Tenerife. Both planes, fully loaded with fuel, burst into flames leaving 583 people dead.

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  • 09:55 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Pentagon 9-11, Season 1 | Episode 13

    Tuesday, September 11, 2001, a temperate and nearly cloudless morning over the eastern United States. Millions of men and women ready themselves for work. Among them is an air traffic controller in Boston, Mass. Based on sheer intuition, he will break all protocol this morning, alerting the Air Force that a potential disaster is unfolding on his radar screen. Air Force Colonel Bob Marr, commander NEADS (North East Air Defense Sector] will scramble all he has to try and avert a catastrophe - but it will consist of only two F-15's that begin "searching for a needle in a haystack". Meanwhile, a group of 19 young men armed with simple box cutters literally fly under the radar into the World Trade Center , The Pentagon, and a Pennsylvania field. From the viewpoint of these two key theaters of action, Air Traffic Control and the U.S. Air Force, "Seconds From Disaster: 9/11" deconstructs, second-by-second, the tragic events and security lapses that led to the worst attacks on American soil since Pearl Harbor. The episode contains chilling testimony from the Air Force Colonel Bob Marr , Air Traffic Controller Dave Bottiglia, Ben Sliney, the man who makes the call to ground all the planes in the air over the U.S. and John Farmer Senior Counsel for the Presidential Commission. The question has to be asked: even on the day, could 9/11 been stopped?

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  • 10:50 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Crash of The Concorde, Season 1 | Episode 1

    In July 2000, the world's first supersonic airliner crashed into the ground, killing all on board and putting an end to its 25-year reign as the high-speed symbol of luxury and human achievement.

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  • 11:45 CAT

    Into The Canyon

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    Into The Canyon, 1

    In 2016 filmmaker/photographer Pete McBride and writer Kevin Fedarko set out on a 750-mile journey on foot through the entire length of the Grand Canyon. From the outset, the challenge was far more than they bargained for. More people have stood on the moon than have completed a continuous through hike of the Canyon. McBride and Fedarko took a sectional approach, achieving a feat that many adventurers have taken decades to complete. Others have lost their lives trying. But their quest was more than just an endurance test - it was also a way to draw attention to the unprecedented threats facing one of our most revered landscapes. Throughout their passage, McBride and Fedarko encountered an astonishingly diverse and powerful landscape, rich in history, that is now facing perhaps the gravest crisis in the 100-year history of the Grand Canyon National Park. The threat is made stark when they encounter an organization of Navajo women fighting a billion dollar proposed tram project to be built on sacred ground. Directed by Pete McBride and produced by the award-winning team at Insignia Films, INTO THE CANYON is a story of extreme physical hardship that stretches the bonds of friendship and a meditation on the timeless beauty of this sacred place. It is an urgent warning about the environmental dangers that are placing one of America's greatest monuments in peril and a cautionary tale for our complex relationship with the natural world.

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  • 13:10 CAT

    Highway Thru Hell

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    Casualties of War, Season 4 | Episode 1

    When winter strikes its first blow, John -- Jamie's newest recruit -- has to save a snowplow stuck in the grip of an icy river. While Jamie pushes further into new territory, changes rock the company - forcing Colin to take on a new role. His first wreck of the season tests his skill on the rotator… plus his skills as a leader. And the entire community says farewell to a Heavy Rescue legend.

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  • 14:05 CAT

    Highway Thru Hell

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    Saved on Preachers Corner, Season 4 | Episode 2

    Jamie's new BC crew struggles with a badly mangled trailer on a dangerous blind corner. When Colin slips up on a big recovery in Alberta, Jamie's brother has to take over the job - even though he's a rookie on the rotator. Brandon steps up to a new role in Heavy Rescue.

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  • 14:55 CAT

    Highway Thru Hell

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    War Zone, Season 4 | Episode 3

    When a lumber truck and diesel tanker collide the flaming wreckage becomes the biggest recovery of Colin's career. As snowstorms pummel the Coquihalla, Al Quiring heads up the hill, ready for battle. In freezing rain, John faces off against a mangled tractor and becomes a mentor in the process.

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  • 15:40 CAT

    Highway Thru Hell

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    Holidays Thru Hell, Season 4 | Episode 4

    Two days before Christmas a semi plows off a bridge, leaving a trailer and three RVs dangling over a raging river. It's up to John, Jamie's new BC driver, to get holiday traffic moving and prove himself on a multi part recovery that's unlike anything they've faced in the past. Al Quiring and Gord Boyd battle through a stormy night to keep the Coquihalla Highway open for the holidays.

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  • 16:30 CAT

    Highway Thru Hell

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    Wreck Recover Repeat, Season 4 | Episode 5

    Al Quiring is in a high-pressure race to recover a split open trailer and open the TransCanada before the morning rush. Jamie Davis is running a race of his own when a semi carrying an important load of pharmaceuticals plunges down a bank. Jordie from Mission Towing faces a semi on the verge of splitting in half. And, in Alberta, the burdens of running the shop solo take a toll on Colin.

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  • 17:20 CAT

    Highway Thru Hell

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    Ice Storm, Season 4 | Episode 6

    A freak downpour of freezing rain covers Hope and the Coq in a thick layer of ice, cutting off communication and crippling Jamie's operations. Battling the conditions, Ken Monkhouse heads to a job up a remote, ice-covered hill… and re-lives the worst day of his life. A good friend of Jamie's is called into action when two semis collide head on - leaving wreckage scattered across the TransCanada Highway and a cross-country rail line.

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  • 18:10 CAT

    Egypt With The World's Greatest Explorer

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    No Man's Land, Season 1 | Episode 3

    After weeks of adventure Ran and Joe have finally reached the end of their journey, to the south is the border with Sudan. In this episode, Joe skirts the crocodile infested waters of Lake Nasser and tries his hand at sailing a traditional Egyptian Felucca. Finally, Ran and Joe say goodbye to this incredible country and its lifeblood, the River Nile, just as Ran did half a century before.

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  • 19:05 CAT

    The Valley: Hunting Egypt's Lost Treasures

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    Curse of The Afterlife, Season 1 | Episode 4

    Archaeologists find extraordinary new evidence about how the ancient Egyptians prepared for the afterlife. We investigate the most elaborate tomb in the valley of the kings, built for the great pharaoh Seti I, the tomb reveals the sacred text needed to secure life after death. A vast necropolis gives up its secrets as a team discovers a sealed tomb untouched for 4,000 years. Whilst analysis of a gruesome cache of mummified remains reveals the disturbing lengths grave robbers went to in search of treasures and gold.

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  • 20:00 CAT

    Cycling’s Greatest Fraud

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    Cycling’s Greatest Fraud, 1

    This Special will bring to life the saga of how the worlds greatest cyclist ran the most sophisticated and successful doping scheme in all of sports

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  • 20:55 CAT

    Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed

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    Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed, 1

    Stonehenge Decoded (2009) exposed the puzzle that is Stonehenge. There were many disputed theories about this giant stone circle: the Romans imagined a temple to the sun god Apollo. Medieval legend said it was the work of the wizard Merlin. Professor Mike Parker Pearson and his team unearthed evidence that reveals Stonehenge may not have stood in isolation but was part of one of the largest prehistoric religious complexes in the world. Within this complex they discovered remains of the largest prehistoric settlement in northern Europe. And at its center stood an extraordinary near replica of Stonehenge itself, built not in stone but wood. Professor Pearson believed at the time that Stonehenge was not a temple to the Sun or prehistoric Gods, but a great monument dedicated to the ancestors of these Stone Age people, built to house the spirits of the dead. And recent discoveries at Stonehenge and other Neolithic sites may have finally proved his theory. June 2018 - At the German Stonehenge-Pommelte site, archaeologist unearthed the dismembered remains of more than 20 men, women and children. This find suggests that this site was used for ritual sacrifices. The ritual use of this site and its dates connect it to Stonehenge and other Neolithic circles in Britain. In this UPDATE, we will use interviews, archive footage and original filming to reveal new discoveries and provide insight into these archaeological mysteries. Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed will transport us back 4,500 years to the world of Stonehenge and Pommelte and put the last 10 years of science and discovery into focus.

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  • 21:45 CAT

    Banged Up Abroad

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    Tokyo Takedown, Season 5 | Episode 4

    Jackie Nichols was living the dream, in love with her boyfriend until one day he suddenly died in a car accident. Trying to move on, she decided to go to Japan. She felt alone in Tokyo until she met Yoram, a charming drug mule, who invited her to smuggle hashish with him. She had fallen in love with traveling and needed money to pay for it, so she agreed. On the first trip, she swallowed hundreds of wrapped hashish pellets, but some residual hashish oil was released into her bloodstream. Feeling high while going through security, she very nearly got caught. But the money and the buzz she felt when she got away with it made her come back for more. Instead of swallowing the drugs, Jackie and Yoram decided to hide the hash in their clothes. From that moment on smuggling became a walk in the park and they did more trips together. But greed started to rule their friendship and they ended up falling out over money. Feeling alone, without her partner in crime, Jackie decided to go back home to the U.S., but smuggle one last time all on her own. That's when she got caught. When she got to the airport in Japan, she planned to just transfer to the U.S. but accidentally ended up in customs and her bag was searched. They found a chunk of hashish she had mistakenly left in the side pocket of her bag. She began years of imprisonment in Japan, a country known for having one of the world's strictest prison systems. While she was there she struggled to follow their incredibly severe rules and she nearly lost her mind. She felt they were trying to break her, and they did. She changed completely, became a model prisoner, and was released early for good behavior. She is now reunited with her family in the U.S. and happy to have moved on from her past mistakes.

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  • 22:40 CAT

    Inside North Korea: Then and Now with Lisa Ling

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    Inside North Korea Update, 1

    In 2006 NG correspondent Lisa Ling traveled to North Korea under the guise of a humanitarian program that performed eye surgeries. With unprecedented access she exposed us to this closed, authoritarian society. Since then the country has gone through many changes. The Dear Leader Kim Jong-il died and his son Kim Jong-un took power. They are now a nuclear power and are on the cusp of developing an ICBM capable of reaching America. President Obama told President-Elect Trump that North Korea will be his toughest task on the international stage. The new show will reprise Lisa's investigation and bring the original show up to date. We will also tell the story of Laura Ling, Lisa's sister, who was captured crossing the border while on assignment for Current TV. Former President Clinton negotiated her and her colleague's release.

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  • 23:35 CAT

    Megafactories

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    Rolls Royce, Season 1 | Episode 11

    Taking an average of 450 hours to build, with contributions from artisans, engineers and painters, find out how the Rolls-Royce Phantom is made.

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  • 00:25 CAT

    Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed

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    Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed, 1

    Stonehenge Decoded (2009) exposed the puzzle that is Stonehenge. There were many disputed theories about this giant stone circle: the Romans imagined a temple to the sun god Apollo. Medieval legend said it was the work of the wizard Merlin. Professor Mike Parker Pearson and his team unearthed evidence that reveals Stonehenge may not have stood in isolation but was part of one of the largest prehistoric religious complexes in the world. Within this complex they discovered remains of the largest prehistoric settlement in northern Europe. And at its center stood an extraordinary near replica of Stonehenge itself, built not in stone but wood. Professor Pearson believed at the time that Stonehenge was not a temple to the Sun or prehistoric Gods, but a great monument dedicated to the ancestors of these Stone Age people, built to house the spirits of the dead. And recent discoveries at Stonehenge and other Neolithic sites may have finally proved his theory. June 2018 - At the German Stonehenge-Pommelte site, archaeologist unearthed the dismembered remains of more than 20 men, women and children. This find suggests that this site was used for ritual sacrifices. The ritual use of this site and its dates connect it to Stonehenge and other Neolithic circles in Britain. In this UPDATE, we will use interviews, archive footage and original filming to reveal new discoveries and provide insight into these archaeological mysteries. Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed will transport us back 4,500 years to the world of Stonehenge and Pommelte and put the last 10 years of science and discovery into focus.

    Go to show
  • 01:10 CAT

    The Valley: Hunting Egypt's Lost Treasures

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    Curse of The Afterlife, Season 1 | Episode 4

    Archaeologists find extraordinary new evidence about how the ancient Egyptians prepared for the afterlife. We investigate the most elaborate tomb in the valley of the kings, built for the great pharaoh Seti I, the tomb reveals the sacred text needed to secure life after death. A vast necropolis gives up its secrets as a team discovers a sealed tomb untouched for 4,000 years. Whilst analysis of a gruesome cache of mummified remains reveals the disturbing lengths grave robbers went to in search of treasures and gold.

    Go to show
  • 02:00 CAT

    Cycling’s Greatest Fraud

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    Cycling’s Greatest Fraud, 1

    This Special will bring to life the saga of how the worlds greatest cyclist ran the most sophisticated and successful doping scheme in all of sports

    Go to show
  • 02:45 CAT

    Inside North Korea: Then and Now with Lisa Ling

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    Inside North Korea Update, 1

    In 2006 NG correspondent Lisa Ling traveled to North Korea under the guise of a humanitarian program that performed eye surgeries. With unprecedented access she exposed us to this closed, authoritarian society. Since then the country has gone through many changes. The Dear Leader Kim Jong-il died and his son Kim Jong-un took power. They are now a nuclear power and are on the cusp of developing an ICBM capable of reaching America. President Obama told President-Elect Trump that North Korea will be his toughest task on the international stage. The new show will reprise Lisa's investigation and bring the original show up to date. We will also tell the story of Laura Ling, Lisa's sister, who was captured crossing the border while on assignment for Current TV. Former President Clinton negotiated her and her colleague's release.

    Go to show
  • 03:35 CAT

    Egypt With The World's Greatest Explorer

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    No Man's Land, Season 1 | Episode 3

    After weeks of adventure Ran and Joe have finally reached the end of their journey, to the south is the border with Sudan. In this episode, Joe skirts the crocodile infested waters of Lake Nasser and tries his hand at sailing a traditional Egyptian Felucca. Finally, Ran and Joe say goodbye to this incredible country and its lifeblood, the River Nile, just as Ran did half a century before.

    Go to show
  • 04:20 CAT

    Megafactories

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    Rolls Royce, Season 1 | Episode 11

    Taking an average of 450 hours to build, with contributions from artisans, engineers and painters, find out how the Rolls-Royce Phantom is made.

    Go to show
  • 05:10 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 4, 7, Season 4 | Episode 7

    The show that takes the most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded, and combines them with cold hard science is back for a fourth season. In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself while going down bumpy slides, horse riding and even twerking.

    Go to show
  • 05:35 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 4, 3, Season 4 | Episode 3

    The show that takes the most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded, and combines them with cold hard science is back for a fourth season. In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself while doing flips off a tire, monster truck jumps or just riding a child's scooter.

    Go to show