Sunday

14 July

  • 06:00 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 5, 10, Season 5 | Episode 10

    In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself with blindfolds, punchbags or riding an inflatable down a waterslide.

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  • 06:25 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 5, 3, Season 5 | Episode 3

    In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself whilst heading a ball, bungee jumping or playing tetherball.

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  • 06:50 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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  • 07:15 CAT

    Big, Bigger, Biggest

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    Oil Rig, Season 2 | Episode 8

    This film reveals the technological leaps forward that have allowed the world's largest Oil Platform - the Perdido Spar in the Gulf of Mexico - to be built. The Perdido Spar sits in deeper water than any other oil platform, in an ocean over 2 kilometres deep. This floating factory is capable of drilling in any direction, and in depths of up to 3 kilometres below the sea floor. At maximum production it can generate enough oil daily to fill 132,000 cars with petrol. This film explores how this groundbreaking structure was made possible through a series of six engineering breakthroughs. The film explores how six landmark oil platforms - including the Beryl Alpha platform - each feature a major technological innovation that allowed oil platforms to be built and survive in ever deeper waters. 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 driven them deeper. Six ingenious leaps forward that enabled oil platforms to evolve …from BIG to BIGGER into the World's BIGGEST.

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  • 08:05 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Derailment At Eschede, Season 1 | Episode 5

    Behind every disaster lies a catalogue of events, a series of trigger points that combine to create a catastrophe. "Seconds From Disaster" examines those pivotal moments, some of which changed the course of history itself.

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  • 08:55 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Cable Car Collision, Season 4 | Episode 3

    In February 1998 a US Marine Corps prowler jet took off for a routine training mission through the Italian Alps. On the final leg of its flight the aircraft's right wing sliced through the supporting cable of a ski gondola filled with tourists. The gondola plummeted over 100m to the valley floor and all 20 passengers perished. The prowler jet was severely damaged but the pilot made it back the 90kilometres to their base. Seconds from Disaster investigates the causes and repercussions of the crash and speaks exclusively with a member of the aircrew who, alongside the investigators and victims' families, are all still haunted by this tragedy.

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  • 09:50 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Zeebrugge Ferry Disaster, Season 2 | Episode 5

    This episode profiles the worst peacetime maritime accident since the Titanic in 1912. At 6 p.m. on March 6, 1987, passenger ferry, 'The Herald of Free Enterprise', with approximately 459 passengers on board, sets sail from Zeebrugge in Belgium across the English Channel to the port town of Dover, Britain. It was an extremely cold yet calm night on the seas and apart from running five minutes late, everything appeared normal. But less than thirty minutes after leaving the port, The Herald jolts and tilts to portside. At first it is just thought to be rough seas, but moments later a more extreme jolt causes her to capsize. Within 90 seconds, the Herald turns on her port side and is resting on a sandbank, leaving hundreds of crew and passengers to battle their way out. 193 people lost their lives that night. What caused The Herald of Free Enterprise to capsize? Was it the crew's fault or design defect?

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  • 10:40 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Pearl Harbor, Season 4 | Episode 2

    On a quiet Sunday morning in 1941 the pride of the US Navy rode calmly at anchor in the island paradise of Hawaii, far away from the war raging in Europe. That calm was abruptly shattered by the arrival of Imperial Japan's carrier taskforce that, in an unprecedented surprise attack, killed thousands and destroyed the American battleships that stood between Japan and its desire for a Pacific empire. This "day of infamy" seemed to be the most successful pre-emptive strike in history and a disaster for the United States. But was it? Seconds from Disaster takes a fresh look at one of history's greatest events and investigates whether the attack was in fact a fatal blow to Japan's quest for victory.

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  • 11:30 CAT

    Seconds from Disaster

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    Norway Massacre, Season 6 | Episode 8

    On July 22, 2011, lone gunman Anders Behring Breivik emerges from a western Norwegian suburb to commit one of the worst terrorist atrocities in Europe since World War II. The massacre starts with an explosion in Oslo and finishes with the slaughter of dozens of teenagers at a youth camp on the isolated island of Utoya.

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  • 12:20 CAT

    To Catch A Smuggler: JFK Airport

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    Coke In The Coat, Season 1 | Episode 2

    Flights from all around the world arrive at JFK International Airport every year, transporting about forty six million passengers a year. U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers and Homeland Security Investigations special agents are on high alert teaming up to stop it. Whether its intercepting a family with heroin in their luggage or determining whats setting off radiation alarms, these officers are ready for the challenge.

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  • 13:10 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Terror In San Francisco, Season 14 | Episode 2

    When Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crashes at San Francisco Airport, investigators discover an issue that could be putting passengers at risk.

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  • 14:00 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Slammed To The Ground, Season 5 | Episode 1

    By the time the crew of Delta Airlines Flight 191 reached the threshold of Dallas Fort Worth Airport, they'd already diverted around 2 separate storms. They see rain and lightning up ahead, but fly on. Inside the storm, their plane is hit by powerful winds that slam the plane to the ground. 136 people die. The crash helps scientists overcome a notorious danger to airplanes, the microburst.

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  • 14:55 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Football Tragedy, Season 18 | Episode 9

    With Brazil's Chapecoense soccer team on board, LaMia Flight 2933 is on its final approach to Medellin, Columbia when the crew suddenly declares a fuel emergency. Before air traffic control even has time to clear a path, the plane crashes on the crest of a mountain, killing nearly everyone on board. With the soccer world in mourning, investigators face incredible pressure to figure out what happened. And as they pore over the evidence, they uncover a disturbing tale of greed and a deadly gamble.

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  • 15:45 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Fatal Delivery, Season 14 | Episode 4

    Shortly after taking off, a fire breaks out on UPS Flight 6. As smoke fills the cockpit, getting the plane safely back is a race against time.

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  • 16:30 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Killer in the Cockpit?, Season 1 | Episode 6

    Compared to the number of suicides in the general population, suicidal pilots are almost statistically non-existent. But when they do emerge from obscurity to unleash their horrific plans on innocent passengers, the destruction they inflict is epic. A 737 cruising above an Indonesian jungle suddenly plummets from the sky. An Airbus A-320 crashes into the French Alps. And, Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 vanishes over the South China Sea, and remains one of the greatest aviation mysteries of all time.

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  • 17:20 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Deadly Distractions, Season 1 | Episode 9

    In 1981, the Federal Aviation Administration established the sterile cockpit rule requiring pilots to refrain from non-essential activities during critical phases of flight. When this rule is broken, the resulting distraction can be deadly. Passengers fight for their lives inside a burning plane at Dallas Fort Worth Airport. A brand new L-1011 crashes in a remote swamp in the Florida Everglades. And, during a demonstration flight, a brand new Russian Superjet slams into a mountain south of Jakarta.

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  • 18:15 CAT

    The Border

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    River Standoff, Season 5 | Episode 13

    A search team races to rescue a mother and her son, abandoned by smugglers in the brush. Down by the river, agents investigate a family after a van full of marijuana is discovered outside their home.

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  • 19:05 CAT

    Alexander The Great: His Lost Tomb Revealed

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    The Lost Tomb of Alexander The Great, 1

    Archaeologist Pepi Papakosta is on a mission to find Alexander the Great's lost tomb. Excavating in a public garden in the center of the city he founded 2300 years ago, Alexandria, Egypt, she has discovered a rare, marble statue of Alexander, Greek treasures, and secret tunnels. But Pepi's biggest find is an extraordinary discovery even she was not expecting.

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  • 20:00 CAT

    The Armstrong Tapes

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    The Armstrong Tapes, 1

    ARMSTRONG is a one-hour documentary film that provides a personal and in-depth look at the first man to set foot on the moon: Neil Armstrong. Although his iconic words are known throughout the world, the man behind them has long remained a mystery. ARMSTRONG uses interviews with his only authorized biographer, friends, and family members, as well as archival audio tapes of interviews conducted with Armstrong himself, to craft an intimate look at one of the world's greatest and least-understood heroes.

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  • 20:50 CAT

    Expedition Mars: Spirit And Opportunity

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    Expedition Mars: Spirit And Opportunity, 1

    NASA lost contact with Spirit in 2011. Now, Opportunity, has been out of touch with Earth since June of 2018. NASA says good bye to the 2 intrepid explorers of the Red Planet.

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  • 22:30 CAT

    Pope Vs Hitler

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    Pope Vs Hitler

    The Vatican's silence in the face of Nazi atrocities remains one of the great controversies of our time. History has accused wartime pontiff, Pope Pius XII, of complicity in the Holocaust and dubbed him "Hitler's Pope."But a key part of the story remained untold…the Vatican's covert effort to assassinate the Fuehrer.

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  • 00:05 CAT

    Taboo

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    Make Me Beautiful, Season 7 | Episode 6

    Many women feel enormous pressure to change the way they look. For most, this involves cosmetics and beauty treatments. But for some, it goes further, driving them to extreme measures that can be excruciating, unhealthy, and even fatal. When women begin mutilating and disfiguring their bodies, they break taboos and make us question what it means to be beautiful.

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  • 00:55 CAT

    The Border

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    River Standoff, Season 5 | Episode 13

    A search team races to rescue a mother and her son, abandoned by smugglers in the brush. Down by the river, agents investigate a family after a van full of marijuana is discovered outside their home.

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  • 01:40 CAT

    Alexander The Great: His Lost Tomb Revealed

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    The Lost Tomb of Alexander The Great, 1

    Archaeologist Pepi Papakosta is on a mission to find Alexander the Great's lost tomb. Excavating in a public garden in the center of the city he founded 2300 years ago, Alexandria, Egypt, she has discovered a rare, marble statue of Alexander, Greek treasures, and secret tunnels. But Pepi's biggest find is an extraordinary discovery even she was not expecting.

    Go to show
  • 02:30 CAT

    The Armstrong Tapes

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    The Armstrong Tapes, 1

    ARMSTRONG is a one-hour documentary film that provides a personal and in-depth look at the first man to set foot on the moon: Neil Armstrong. Although his iconic words are known throughout the world, the man behind them has long remained a mystery. ARMSTRONG uses interviews with his only authorized biographer, friends, and family members, as well as archival audio tapes of interviews conducted with Armstrong himself, to craft an intimate look at one of the world's greatest and least-understood heroes.

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  • 03:15 CAT

    Expedition Mars: Spirit And Opportunity

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    Expedition Mars: Spirit And Opportunity, 1

    NASA lost contact with Spirit in 2011. Now, Opportunity, has been out of touch with Earth since June of 2018. NASA says good bye to the 2 intrepid explorers of the Red Planet.

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  • 04:45 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Terror In San Francisco, Season 14 | Episode 2

    When Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crashes at San Francisco Airport, investigators discover an issue that could be putting passengers at risk.

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  • 05:35 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 5, 18, Season 5 | Episode 18

    In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself with moped wheelies, splashless dives or using kettlebells.

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