Sunday

25 August

  • 06:00 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 4, 12, Season 4 | Episode 12

    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 jumping into a snowdrift, drumming or simply landing your pogo stick.

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  • 06:25 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 4, 13, Season 4 | Episode 13

    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 steering a boat, roller skating or attempting to clear a dirt jump on your bike.

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  • 06:50 CAT

    Into The Okavango

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    Into The Okavango, 1

    From National Geographic Documentary Films, Into the Okavango chronicles a team of modern-day explorers on their first epic four-month, 1,500-mile expedition across three countries to save the river system that feeds the Okavango Delta, one of our planet's last wetland wildernesses.

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  • 08:35 CAT

    Hostile Planet

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    Mountains, Season 1 | Episode 6

    The highest mountains on Earth are home to snow leopards, golden eagles, mountain goats, barnacle goslings and gelada monkeys. But only the toughest can endure the extreme weather, scarce food supplies and limited oxygen on these peaks. Showcasing never-before-filmed animal behaviour using new technology to capture fresh angles and scales, Hostile Planet provides unique access to one of the most extreme environments on the planet.

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  • 09:30 CAT

    Hostile Planet

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    Oceans, Season 1 | Episode 5

    Delve beneath the surface of the largest habitat on Earth - our oceans - to uncover a world of extraordinary extremes from crushing depths to stormy coasts and vast blue deserts to crowded reefs. Oceans are dynamic environments where animals must adapt to life of constant change. Discover how seals fend off sharks; how turtles risk their lives to create their next generation; and how ingenious orca fight to survive in the face of ever-increasing competition.

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  • 10:25 CAT

    Wild South Africa

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    Killers of The Kalahari, Season 1 | Episode 3

    From the savanna to the desert, the heart of South Africa is home to the most successful hunters, extremely odd animals, and the setting for one of the most colorful natural spectacles on the planet! Far from the cape and coasts, and beyond the Drakensberg Mountains, lie vast semideserts and dry savannas - a world apart, fit for clever survivalists only!

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  • 11:15 CAT

    Wild South Africa

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    Land of The Giants, Season 1 | Episode 2

    Sunshine, sandy beaches and palm trees - not only does the Caribbean boast them, so too does South Africa's East Coast. Here you are no longer privy to the rocky coastline of the Cape of Good Hope! It is hot and sticky all year round - the mangroves and the bayous in the east of the country present ideal conditions for strange frogs, mudskippers and enormous Nile crocodiles - still, occasionally it's also too hot to handle, even for them!

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  • 12:05 CAT

    Wild South Africa

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    Clash of Currents, Season 1 | Episode 1

    Nowhere else on earth do Africa and Antarctica so impressively come together as at South Africa's Cape! It's a place where cold-loving penguins live alongside desert-dwelling ostriches, and which is similarly home to surfing sea snails and live-bearing chameleons.

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  • 12:55 CAT

    Explorer: Journey To Europa

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    Explorer: Journey To Europa, 1

    Europa - an icy moon of Jupiter 485 million miles away from Earth - may be our best hope for finding alien life in our solar system. Today, an innovative class of explorers and scientists are planning a trip to Europa to answer the question - could there be life?

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  • 13:45 CAT

    Known Universe

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    Is Anyone Out There?, Season 2 | Episode 1

    Are we alone in the vast expanse of the universe? It's a question people have been asking for thousands of years and we're closer than ever to finding the answers. In this episode of Known Universe we're on the hunt for life in the cosmos. We'll take a look at the incredible discoveries and technological advances scientists are utilizing that may force us to re-evaluate our very beliefs about where life might exist both on - and off - our home planet.

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  • 14:40 CAT

    Saturn Inside The Rings

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    Mission Saturn

    This September, the first mission to put a spacecraft in Saturn’s orbit to explore and reveal the most iconic planet in our solar system will come to an historic end. In a final display of precision piloting, Cassini will make dangerous dives between Saturn and the inner edge of its rings, dipping into its hazy, often violent atmosphere for the first time to learn even more about a planet it has marveled at for two decades. In a one-hour special event, we will reveal the secrets that Cassini has learned about Saturn, its rings and moons, exposing a planet as it has never been seen.

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  • 15:35 CAT

    Mission To The Sun

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    Mission To The Sun, 1

    IN JULY 2018 NASA WILL LAUNCH THE FIRST EVER MISSION TO A STAR. A historic quest to explore the last great frontier of our solar system - the sun. This will be the fastest man made object ever created. A spacecraft that will travel 450,000 miles per hour. It's ground breaking mission, to fly into the 'atmosphere' of our star and revolutionize our understanding of it. This documentary will celebrate this world changing event. Exploring the amazing science of our sun and going behind the scenes of the NASA mission to reach it. Timed to coincide with the arrival of the probe into the sun's atmosphere (Nov 2018) and the huge media spike this will create, this documentary will celebrate a key moment in human history, humanities first attempt to touch the Sun.

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  • 16:25 CAT

    Apollo: Missions To The Moon

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    Apollo: Missions To The Moon, 1

    Newly transferred film and never before heard audio recount the key moments of NASA's Apollo space program and America's goal to land on the Moon before 1970. The missions are experienced not from modern day retrospective, but through TV coverage, radio broadcasts, home movies, NASA film, and never before heard Mission Control audio. Primary source media offers a raw and genuine look at how the Apollo missions were presented to the public.

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  • 18:10 CAT

    The Border

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    Teenage Drug Mules, Season 6 | Episode 6

    A customs officer watching a live feed from a surveillance camera alerts border patrol agents as a known fence coyote tries to lead people over the fence in downtown Nogales.

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  • 19:05 CAT

    Darwin's Lost Voyage

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    Darwin's Lost Voyage, 1

    Along the wild edges of the Earth, against a stunning backdrop of aerial, underwater, and wildlife photography, evo-devo guru Armand Leroi leads us on an unforgettable journey retracing the adventure-and uncovering the evidence-that inspired Darwin's revolutionary work, On The Origin of Species. It's the story we haven't heard. Though he circled the world on the "Beagle" for five years, Darwin spent only five weeks on the famed Galápagos. He had no epiphany there-no Newton's apple falling from the tree. So what was it? What "certain facts" from the voyage led this young Creationist to propose a theory so radical it remains controversial (though widely proven) 150 years later?

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  • 20:00 CAT

    Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted

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    The Mountains of Morocco, Season 1 | Episode 2

    Deep in Morocco's Middle Atlas Mountains, Gordon Ramsay embarks on an epic adventure to understand ancient Berber cuisine.

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  • 20:55 CAT

    In Their Own Words

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    Deepwater Horizon In Their Own Words, Season 1 | Episode 3

    In Their Own Words: Deepwater Horizon presents the harrowing story of how a crew of oil rig workers escaped a massive oil rig fire in the Gulf of Mexico. This program combines never-before-broadcast recordings with rare archival footage, photos and interpretive re-enactments to tell the story of how a sudden explosion left 126 men and women racing to survive.

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  • 21:45 CAT

    WWII: Secrets From Space

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    Pearl Harbor, Season 1 | Episode 3

    The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor changed the world. Now new technology is revealing hidden traces of that attack, on the land and underwater.

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  • 22:40 CAT

    Banged Up Abroad

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    Chilean Prison Break, Season 8 | Episode 5

    Californian Tom Hanway takes the hippie trail to South America where cocaine is cheap and available. He plans to take 500 hits of LSD with him and trade it for a kilo of coke which hell bring back to the States. But while doing the deal in Chile, Tom is caught and sentenced to five years and a day in prison. Tom decides that the only way he will survive is to escape with the help of a fellow prisoner, Chosco. But once they make it out of the jail Tom and Chosco are fugitives and are forced to flee the country on foota fatal journey through the desert which leaves Tom alone and on the run with the police drawing ever closer.

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  • 23:30 CAT

    Taboo

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    Extreme Fighting, Season 8 | Episode 5

    Humans have an inherit urge to fight. In some cultures, the boundaries of what is considered acceptable violence are extremely different. In Bolivia, Jose and his family kill a goat, then scatter its blood to the Gods. These Quechua Indians believe blood spilled violently on the ground will fertilize the earth and ensure a good harvest. In Florida, Jill participates in cage fighting, a sport that is illegal for women and men in six states in the U.S. When in the cage, the fighting crosses all boundaries-it's raw and visceral. In Nigeria, Shagon Shano participates in in a traditional fight known as Dambe. Boxers can strike anywhere on the body, with the fist or the feet. The goal is to deliver a single decisive blow to cause the opponent's hand or knee to touch the ground.

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  • 00:20 CAT

    The Border

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    Teenage Drug Mules, Season 6 | Episode 6

    A customs officer watching a live feed from a surveillance camera alerts border patrol agents as a known fence coyote tries to lead people over the fence in downtown Nogales.

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  • 01:05 CAT

    Darwin's Lost Voyage

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    Darwin's Lost Voyage, 1

    Along the wild edges of the Earth, against a stunning backdrop of aerial, underwater, and wildlife photography, evo-devo guru Armand Leroi leads us on an unforgettable journey retracing the adventure-and uncovering the evidence-that inspired Darwin's revolutionary work, On The Origin of Species. It's the story we haven't heard. Though he circled the world on the "Beagle" for five years, Darwin spent only five weeks on the famed Galápagos. He had no epiphany there-no Newton's apple falling from the tree. So what was it? What "certain facts" from the voyage led this young Creationist to propose a theory so radical it remains controversial (though widely proven) 150 years later?

    Go to show
  • 02:00 CAT

    Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted

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    The Mountains of Morocco, Season 1 | Episode 2

    Deep in Morocco's Middle Atlas Mountains, Gordon Ramsay embarks on an epic adventure to understand ancient Berber cuisine.

    Go to show
  • 02:50 CAT

    In Their Own Words

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    Deepwater Horizon In Their Own Words, Season 1 | Episode 3

    In Their Own Words: Deepwater Horizon presents the harrowing story of how a crew of oil rig workers escaped a massive oil rig fire in the Gulf of Mexico. This program combines never-before-broadcast recordings with rare archival footage, photos and interpretive re-enactments to tell the story of how a sudden explosion left 126 men and women racing to survive.

    Go to show
  • 03:35 CAT

    Explorer: Journey To Europa

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    Explorer: Journey To Europa, 1

    Europa - an icy moon of Jupiter 485 million miles away from Earth - may be our best hope for finding alien life in our solar system. Today, an innovative class of explorers and scientists are planning a trip to Europa to answer the question - could there be life?

    Go to show
  • 04:20 CAT

    Known Universe

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    Is Anyone Out There?, Season 2 | Episode 1

    Are we alone in the vast expanse of the universe? It's a question people have been asking for thousands of years and we're closer than ever to finding the answers. In this episode of Known Universe we're on the hunt for life in the cosmos. We'll take a look at the incredible discoveries and technological advances scientists are utilizing that may force us to re-evaluate our very beliefs about where life might exist both on - and off - our home planet.

    Go to show
  • 05:10 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 4, 1, Season 4 | Episode 1

    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 pogo backflips, Ski Cliff drop-ins or just reverse parking.

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  • 05:35 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 5, 7, Season 5 | Episode 7

    In this episode we learn how many ways there are to injure and humiliate yourself dipping your dance partner, jumping in the snow and bottle flipping.

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