Friday

14 June

  • 06:00 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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

    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 catching people, doing motorbike burnouts or simply standing on a skateboard.

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  • 06:25 CAT

    Big, Bigger, Biggest

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    Aircraft, Season 2 | Episode 7

    This film reveals the technological leaps forward that have enabled the world's biggest cargo aircraft - the Antonov 124 - to be developed. The Antonov stands as tall as a 7-story building, and has a wingspan so massive, you could park 8 double decker busses end to end on its wings with room to spare. Its cavernous cargo bay can hold 50 family-sized cars. The aircraft has carried everything from battle tanks to other aircraft to every corner of the world. This film follows the Antonov team transport a huge train from Germany to India and explores how the aircraft was made possible through a series of six historic engineering breakthroughs. The film explores six landmark aeroplanes. Each features a major technological innovation that allowed engineers to build bigger and bigger cargo planes. Using high-end computer generated imagery that makes up 50% of the film, this film reveals the incredible stories behind these machines and the inventions that have enabled them to grow in size. Six ingenious leaps forward that enabled cargo planes to evolve …from BIG to BIGGER into the World's BIGGEST."

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  • 07:15 CAT

    Drain The Oceans

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    Lost Worlds of The Mediterranean, Season 1 | Episode 4

    In ancient times, the Mediterranean was home to some of the greatest civilisations the world has ever seen. Scientific data, combined with computer graphics, can drain the sea to unlock mysteries about the rise and fall of the Minoans, the Greeks, the Carthaginians and the mighty Romans, while unveiling the powerful natural forces at work in this unique region.

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  • 08:05 CAT

    Live Free Or Die

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    Down The Rabbit Hole, Season 1 | Episode 9

    From a rabbit hutch to a new home, new projects abound in the wild. In the swamps of Georgia, Colbert is faced with a serious challenge: transporting the materials for his new home up the river. After constructing an elaborate pulley system, he is met by family members who have come to help him rebuild. Northward in North Carolina, Thorn decides to create a primitive water catchment system that he and his daughter, Briar, can use for daily chores. And nearby, Tony and Amelia barter with a friend for some new rabbits. And over in California, Gabriel continues his journey towards the ocean, managing to catch a pack rat on the way.

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  • 08:55 CAT

    Wicked Tuna

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    Two For The Money, Season 7 | Episode 6

    Following a week when several boats in the fleet partnered up to improve their odds, some of these alliances are still going strong while others are coming apart at the seams. Pinwheel and Fish Hawk continue a fruitful partnership that's keeping both boats at the top of the fleet. But things aren't as smooth for Hot Tuna and Wicked Pissah, as Bubba's tendency to "overshare" info with the rest of the fleet has Paul giving the Ott's the silent treatment. And while things are looking up for the Dot Com, engine troubles on the Hard Merchandise make them the weak link in a once-promising team-up.

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  • 09:50 CAT

    Yukon Gold

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    Know When To Fold 'em, Season 2 | Episode 9

    Klondike Gold Fever is a documentary series following a select group of remarkable family businesses in the Canadian north: Gold miners. These are not big drilling operations with corporate backing and a spot on the Toronto Stock Exchange. They are small, family-run placer mines that survive through grit, resourcefulness, hard won expertise and a deep knowledge and understanding of the land and its history. They have a few short months to earn their living for the entire year and are up against soaring operational costs, unreliable machinery, and Mother Nature. We'll follow these hard-working mining families from the first thaw in the spring, through months of long days and hard, dirty work, to the final freeze up in the fall. In the high stakes game of mining the search for gold is always a gamble and we'll watch as every one of these mining families plays its best hand.

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  • 10:35 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Vanishing Act, Season 13 | Episode 3

    Varig Flight 254 Boeing 737-200 series September 3rd, 1989 Investigators face a baffling mystery when Varig Flight 254 crash lands in a remote jungle nearly 700 miles off course. At first, investigators suspect the plane's navigation instruments may have malfunctioned. But they soon discover the crash may be the result of a shocking mistake.

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  • 11:25 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 5, 16, Season 5 | Episode 16

    In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself getting out of vehicles, clearing snow off roofs or stalling a skateboard.

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  • 11:50 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 5, 6, Season 5 | Episode 6

    In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself on barefoot water, carrying trays, or jumping a river.

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  • 12:15 CAT

    Big, Bigger, Biggest

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    Tower, Season 3 | Episode 5

    Rising 610 metres tall, the Canton Tower is the tallest television tower in the world. It's required great leaps in technology to be built. In this film we explore the key historic towers that made these engineering breakthroughs. Using stunning CGI animation, we reveal the incredible stories behind the Washington Monument, the Eiffel Tower, Canada's CN Tower and the record-breaking Canton Tower, and the innovations that have enabled towers to grow in size. Four ingenious leaps forward that enabled towers to evolve …from BIG to BIGGER into the world's BIGGEST."

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  • 13:05 CAT

    Airport Security: Madrid

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    Sneaky Seniors, Season 4 | Episode 6

    National Police at Madrid's Adolfo Suarez Airport, Spain's largest, work 24-7 to stop illegal activity. The main threat: cocaine smuggling. Police track down a missing passenger - he may be smuggling. An Italian man claims his girlfriend tricked him into taking cocaine-laced bags. An elderly man from Colombia says he's in Spain for surgery. But police find packages of cocaine in his underpants. And that may not be the only place he's carrying.

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  • 13:55 CAT

    Wicked Tuna

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    The Fleet Strikes Back, Season 7 | Episode 7

    After an unusually slow start to the season, defending champion Captain Dave Carraro and his vessel, the FV-Tuna.Com, are back on top. But for many in the fleet, especially Captain TJ Ott of the Hot Tuna, FV- Tuna.Com's dominance is an unwelcomed sight-and the fleet will do everything in its power to cool Dot Com's hot streak.

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  • 14:45 CAT

    Live Free Or Die

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    Forever Wild, Season 1 | Episode 10

    Homecomings and new beginnings cause the primitives to reflect on how their lives have changed and whats still to come. In North Carolina, Tony and Amelia celebrate an anniversary while admiring the bounty of their garden and the hard work it represents. But they soon get a visit from Thorn, who leaves Briar with them while he goes off to find medicine for his daughters illness. In Georgia, Colberts family is in the swamp helping him start the foundation of his new cabin. They spend quality time together, picking up woodsmanship tips from the endlessly knowledgeable Colbert. And in California, Gabe finally makes his way home to his fiancée Luna, bringing a fresh catch for both to enjoy.

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  • 15:35 CAT

    Yukon Gold

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    Know When To Run, Season 2 | Episode 10

    Klondike Gold Fever is a documentary series following a select group of remarkable family businesses in the Canadian north: Gold miners. These are not big drilling operations with corporate backing and a spot on the Toronto Stock Exchange. They are small, family-run placer mines that survive through grit, resourcefulness, hard won expertise and a deep knowledge and understanding of the land and its history. They have a few short months to earn their living for the entire year and are up against soaring operational costs, unreliable machinery, and Mother Nature. We'll follow these hard-working mining families from the first thaw in the spring, through months of long days and hard, dirty work, to the final freeze up in the fall. In the high stakes game of mining the search for gold is always a gamble and we'll watch as every one of these mining families plays its best hand

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  • 16:20 CAT

    Big, Bigger, Biggest

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    Telescope, Season 2 | Episode 6

    This film reveals the technological leaps forward that have enabled the world's largest telescope - the Large Binocular Telescope - to be built. The telescope sits on a mountain in Arizona, over 3,000 metres above sea level. Like a giant pair of eyes, it stares up into the night sky. Equipped with two giant mirrors, it allows astronomers to see further into space than ever before. Capable of producing images of heavenly bodies with startling clarity, the LBT focuses its two giant mirrors on stars tens of millions of light years away from Earth. The film explores how this magnificent instrument was made possible through a series of six engineering breakthroughs. This film explores how six landmark telescopes contributed innovations towards its development, allowing astronomers to see ever deeper into space. Using high-end computer generated imagery that makes up 50% of the film, this film reveals the incredible stories behind these structures and the inventions that have allowed them to discover more about our universe. Six ingenious leaps forward that enabled telescopes to evolve …from BIG to BIGGER into the World's BIGGEST."

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  • 17:10 CAT

    Situation Critical

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    Miracle At Quecreek, Season 1 | Episode 10

    On 24 July 2002, eighteen miners descend into the Black Wolf mine in Quecreek, Pennsylvania. A few hours later, their lives are plunged into peril when one of the miners accidentally breaks through into a long abandoned mine - unleashing 60 million gallons of stagnant groundwater.

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  • 18:05 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Sideswiped, Season 13 | Episode 4

    Copa Airlines Flight 201 Boeing 737-200 June 6th, 1992 Copa Airlines Flight 201 takes off from Panama City for the one-hour flight to Cali, Colombia. But with a major storm on the horizon, the pilots revise their flight path to avoid the heavy weather. After 12 minutes in the air, the captain radios controllers to tell them they've reached their cruising altitude of 25,000 feet. But moments later, the plane disappears from radar over one of the remotest jungles on earth.

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  • 19:00 CAT

    Apollo 8: The Mission That Changed The World

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    Apollo 8: The Mission That Changed The World, 1

    At 6:31am, on Saturday 21 December 1968, the world held its breath as NASA launched the first-ever manned mission to the moon. As astronauts William Anders, Frank Borman and Jim Lovell blasted into space, our own planet was in chaos. Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy had been assassinated, the Vietnam War had worsened dramatically, civil and student conflict was spreading throughout America and Soviet tanks had crushed the Prague Spring. What's more, NASA, fearful of losing the space race to the Russians, were risking everything on Apollo 8 - a suddent and controversial mission to the Moon. For the first time ever, humands journeyed to another world, but amazingly what they actually discovered was the Earth. The mission captured the first-ever colour photograph of our planet form space to reshape how we viewed ourselves and unite manking like never before. Featuring a new and exclusive interview with Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders, who took the historic Earthrise photograph, this stunning, archive-driven documentary tells the incredible story of Apollo 8 and the environmental campaign that followed.

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  • 19:50 CAT

    Drain The Oceans

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    Lost Worlds of The Mediterranean, Season 1 | Episode 4

    In ancient times, the Mediterranean was home to some of the greatest civilisations the world has ever seen. Scientific data, combined with computer graphics, can drain the sea to unlock mysteries about the rise and fall of the Minoans, the Greeks, the Carthaginians and the mighty Romans, while unveiling the powerful natural forces at work in this unique region.

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  • 20:50 CAT

    JFK: The Final Hours

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    JFK: The Final Hours (1x60), 1

    Few events have been more scrutinized than the minutes and hours following the fatal bullets fired by Lee Harvey Oswald on Nov. 22, 1963. The assassination of President John F. Kennedy has been analyzed from every angle and every perspective, but this leaves us with no real insight into his humanity. JFK: The Final Hours, narrated by Bill Paxton, takes both in-depth and birds-eye views of the final day of Kennedy's life through first-hand accounts from people among the last to interact with him, oblivious at the time to their truly remarkable brush with history.

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  • 21:40 CAT

    Drugs Inc.

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    Hollywood High, Season 3 | Episode 5

    In Los Angeles, California the pressures of the fame game turn many to heroin, cocaine and prescription pills. This film meets the dealers, the starlets abusing drugs to cope with pressures in Tinseltown, the crooked doctors supplying Adderall, a pharmaceutical amphetamine thats become the latest must have diet pill, and the wannabes who gave up everything to pursue their entertainment dreams and end up addicted and living homeless in the hills beneath the shadows of the famous Hollywood sign.

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  • 22:35 CAT

    Banged Up Abroad

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    Double Crossed In The Desert, Season 11 | Episode 4

    Journalist Phil Cox returns to Sudan to investigate allegations of illegally deployed chemical weapons; but when he learns that there's a 'kill or capture' bounty on his head his plan starts to unravel. Ambushed by government backed militias, Phil knows it's only a matter of time before he's tortured and possibly killed. With all his communication devices destroyed he must get word to his producer and wife back home, but will she be able to save him?

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  • 23:25 CAT

    Taboo

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    Bizarre Burials, Season 9 | Episode 13

    Death comes inevitably to us all. How societies celebrate their loved ones passing varies dramatically from place to place. In Gurgaon, India a 82-year-old nun voluntarily fasts to the death in a religious ritual, attended by her children; a Taiwanese man honors his dead father with exotic dancers gyrating at the graveside; an octogenarian in San Francisco lives with death every day amongst his vast collections of skeletal remains; and in Stockton, Alabama, a widow remembers her husband with a patriotic gun salute using bullets loaded with his ashes.

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  • 00:15 CAT

    Apollo 8: The Mission That Changed The World

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    Apollo 8: The Mission That Changed The World, 1

    At 6:31am, on Saturday 21 December 1968, the world held its breath as NASA launched the first-ever manned mission to the moon. As astronauts William Anders, Frank Borman and Jim Lovell blasted into space, our own planet was in chaos. Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy had been assassinated, the Vietnam War had worsened dramatically, civil and student conflict was spreading throughout America and Soviet tanks had crushed the Prague Spring. What's more, NASA, fearful of losing the space race to the Russians, were risking everything on Apollo 8 - a suddent and controversial mission to the Moon. For the first time ever, humands journeyed to another world, but amazingly what they actually discovered was the Earth. The mission captured the first-ever colour photograph of our planet form space to reshape how we viewed ourselves and unite manking like never before. Featuring a new and exclusive interview with Apollo 8 astronaut Bill Anders, who took the historic Earthrise photograph, this stunning, archive-driven documentary tells the incredible story of Apollo 8 and the environmental campaign that followed.

    Go to show
  • 01:00 CAT

    Drain The Oceans

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    Lost Worlds of The Mediterranean, Season 1 | Episode 4

    In ancient times, the Mediterranean was home to some of the greatest civilisations the world has ever seen. Scientific data, combined with computer graphics, can drain the sea to unlock mysteries about the rise and fall of the Minoans, the Greeks, the Carthaginians and the mighty Romans, while unveiling the powerful natural forces at work in this unique region.

    Go to show
  • 01:50 CAT

    JFK: The Final Hours

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    JFK: The Final Hours (1x60), 1

    Few events have been more scrutinized than the minutes and hours following the fatal bullets fired by Lee Harvey Oswald on Nov. 22, 1963. The assassination of President John F. Kennedy has been analyzed from every angle and every perspective, but this leaves us with no real insight into his humanity. JFK: The Final Hours, narrated by Bill Paxton, takes both in-depth and birds-eye views of the final day of Kennedy's life through first-hand accounts from people among the last to interact with him, oblivious at the time to their truly remarkable brush with history.

    Go to show
  • 02:40 CAT

    Drugs Inc.

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    Hollywood High, Season 3 | Episode 5

    In Los Angeles, California the pressures of the fame game turn many to heroin, cocaine and prescription pills. This film meets the dealers, the starlets abusing drugs to cope with pressures in Tinseltown, the crooked doctors supplying Adderall, a pharmaceutical amphetamine thats become the latest must have diet pill, and the wannabes who gave up everything to pursue their entertainment dreams and end up addicted and living homeless in the hills beneath the shadows of the famous Hollywood sign.

    Go to show
  • 03:30 CAT

    Yukon Gold

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    Know When To Run, Season 2 | Episode 10

    Klondike Gold Fever is a documentary series following a select group of remarkable family businesses in the Canadian north: Gold miners. These are not big drilling operations with corporate backing and a spot on the Toronto Stock Exchange. They are small, family-run placer mines that survive through grit, resourcefulness, hard won expertise and a deep knowledge and understanding of the land and its history. They have a few short months to earn their living for the entire year and are up against soaring operational costs, unreliable machinery, and Mother Nature. We'll follow these hard-working mining families from the first thaw in the spring, through months of long days and hard, dirty work, to the final freeze up in the fall. In the high stakes game of mining the search for gold is always a gamble and we'll watch as every one of these mining families plays its best hand

    Go to show
  • 04:15 CAT

    Situation Critical

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    Miracle At Quecreek, Season 1 | Episode 10

    On 24 July 2002, eighteen miners descend into the Black Wolf mine in Quecreek, Pennsylvania. A few hours later, their lives are plunged into peril when one of the miners accidentally breaks through into a long abandoned mine - unleashing 60 million gallons of stagnant groundwater.

    Go to show
  • 05:05 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 5, 19, Season 5 | Episode 19

    In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself doing backflips into pools, using tandem bikes or attempting burpees

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  • 05:30 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 5, 13, Season 5 | Episode 13

    In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself jumping a park bench, tandem pole dancing or surfing.

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