Friday

4 October

  • 06:00 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Fireworks for Dummies, Season 1 | Episode 3

    The Science of Stupid is the show that combines cold hard science with some of the craziest, most spectacular and painful user generated clips ever recorded. In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when pole dancing, playing on a pogo stick and cutting down a tree.

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  • 06:25 CAT

    Survive The Tribe

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    Blood Warriors, Season 1 | Episode 4

    Deep in Kenya live the Samburucolourful, strong and brave people who have survived in the bush despite the constant threat of drought and dangerous wildlife. Hazen Audel travels to the deepest part of Samburu territory to learn the skills needed to survive in this unforgiving landscape. Both cows blood and milk are mainstays of the Samburu diet, making their cattle critical to their survival. To gain acceptance into the tribe, Hazen must learn how to keep their precious livestock alive. Battling relentless thirst and exhaustion, Hazen must prove himself by digging wells, trekking miles for new pastures, and protecting these precious animals.

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  • 07:15 CAT

    Car S.O.S.

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    Mini Cooper, Season 4 | Episode 9

    Tim and Fuzz head to the South coast and Eastbourne on a quest to secretly restore a 1962 Mini Cooper S. This particular model is the property of farmer Keith who has raced and rallied cars for most of his life, until he was struck down with serious heart problems. Although his racing days are now over Keith can't let go of his beloved Mini Cooper, even though it's rotting away in a shed. Once the boys steal the car away and get it back to the workshop they soon discover this is no ordinary car, but in fact has a full racing engine, albeit catastrophically seized. The decision to not just restore Keith's car but transform it into a Monte Carlo winning replica is controversial. Will Keith approve when his car is eventually unveiled?

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  • 08:05 CAT

    Engineering Connections

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    Wembley Stadium, Season 2 | Episode 4

    Richard Hammond stands atop on the Wembley roof, in front of its record breaking arch to discover the Engineering Connections behind the new high tech home of English football. Richard reveals how the architects and engineers, under pressure to maintain Wembley's iconic status as a world class sporting and music venue, drew inspiration from a rock climbing knot, the first glider to carry a man, a high powered medieval crossbow, stealth aircraft technology and Archimedes' buoyancy theory that surfaced over two thousand years ago.

  • 08:55 CAT

    Wicked Tuna

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    One For The Money, Season 8 | Episode 9

    The competition has been fierce all season, and with so many fish being caught, the quota will soon change from three bluefin a day to only one. The clock is ticking, and the pressure to catch pushes captains and crew to their breaking point. For some boats, this is their last chance to get ahead, but for others, it could mean the end of the line.

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  • 09:45 CAT

    Live Free Or Die

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    Out For Blood, Season 2 | Episode 5

    Colbert tries to escape the plague of mosquitos while Thorn stalks an elusive turkey. Tony and Amelia try to stop their chickens from destroying the garden and Tobias races to find food before the sun sets.

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  • 10:35 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Steep Impact, Season 14 | Episode 9

    Flight: Atlantic Southeast Airlines Flight 2311; Embraer EMB-120; April 5th, 1991. When the crash of a commuter plane in Georgia kills a NASA astronaut, a former U.S. senator, and 21 others, the disaster makes headlines around the world. Investigators soon come up with a theory to explain the crash.

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  • 11:25 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 3, 13, Season 3 | Episode 13

    In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when attempting a flip off a springboard, bouncing in a low rider or running through mud.

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  • 11:50 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 3, 6, Season 3 | Episode 6

    In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when flying drones, motorbiking over sand dunes or attempting to ski down metal rails.

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  • 12:10 CAT

    Car S.O.S.

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    Mini Cooper, Season 4 | Episode 9

    Tim and Fuzz head to the South coast and Eastbourne on a quest to secretly restore a 1962 Mini Cooper S. This particular model is the property of farmer Keith who has raced and rallied cars for most of his life, until he was struck down with serious heart problems. Although his racing days are now over Keith can't let go of his beloved Mini Cooper, even though it's rotting away in a shed. Once the boys steal the car away and get it back to the workshop they soon discover this is no ordinary car, but in fact has a full racing engine, albeit catastrophically seized. The decision to not just restore Keith's car but transform it into a Monte Carlo winning replica is controversial. Will Keith approve when his car is eventually unveiled?

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  • 13:00 CAT

    Airport Security: Brazil

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    Cocaine Blame, Season 5 | Episode 1

    Federal Police at Sao Paolo International Airport work 24-7 to stop illegal activity. Their main threat: cocaine smuggling. Police arrest a woman carrying a load of small purses packed cocaine, but she claims she's innocent. When the agents bring in her boyfriend, she erupts in anger. Agents uncover 3 kilos of cocaine disguised as bleaching powder. A woman hides cocaine in her undergarments, but she may be carrying more elsewhere.

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  • 13:50 CAT

    Wicked Tuna

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    Blood In The Water, Season 8 | Episode 10

    Its a game changer going into week ten of the bluefin season when the quota drops from three fish to one fish per day. As the pressure mounts to catch, FV-Tuna.com and Wicked Pissah stick with their long-range strategies to fish inshore while Fish Hawk and Hot Tuna roll the dice and continue to fish offshore. Pinwheel completely changes strategy and chooses to fish closer to home while Falcon bets it all to go a great distance for one fish.

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  • 14:40 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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  • 15:30 CAT

    Megafactories

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    BMW, Season 1 | Episode 33

    Take a behind-the-scenes tour and gain insight into BMW's high-tech and innovative manufacturing plants as they create the sleek and stylish Z4 Roadster.

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  • 16:25 CAT

    Car S.O.S.

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    Datsun 240z, Season 4 | Episode 2

    Today Tim and Fuzz are off to West Sussex to rescue an iconic 1970s motor - the first truly successful Japanese car export - the mighty Datsun 240z. Retired GP Paul has owned and loved his car since it was virtually new however when the car started needing too much work it ended up in Paul's garage rotting away while he put his work in the community first . Paul's family wrote in to Car SOS in the hope Tim and Fuzz would be able to repay their Dad for the years of help he has brought to others by fully restoring his beloved car. However what at first looks like a bit of a breeze for the boys turns into a right old rust storm. Will they get the car back to Paul in time ?

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  • 17:15 CAT

    Engineering Connections

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    Millau Sky Bridge, Season 2 | Episode 3

    Richard Hammond reveals the engineering inspirations behind the tallest road bridge in the world - the Millau Viaduct, in France. He fires three quarters of a million volts from his finger tips to see how the power of lightning cut the steel structure quickly and accurately. The huge piers - 340 metres high, and which would look down on the Eiffel Tower - were positioned to millimetre accuracy with the system that located lost nuclear submarines. The longest road-deck in the world was launched along the top of the piers - and required the slipperiest substance known to man - Teflon; not even a gecko can stick to it. Steel cables hold the bridge in shape - born of a series of mining accidents. And to allow the bridge to expand a metre and a half in the summer sun the engineers turned to an ancient Celtic boat-building technique which can make concrete as bendy as wood.

  • 18:05 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Carnage In Sao Paulo, Season 14 | Episode 10

    Flight: TAM Airlines Flight 402; Fokker 100; October 31st, 1996. Just seconds after lifting off from Congonhas airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil, TAM Airlines flight 402 slams into a residential neighborhood and bursts into flames killing all 95 people on board. Investigators from the Brazilian Air Force join forces with the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board to uncover a series of events that led to a failure so rare, it seemed impossible.

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  • 19:00 CAT

    Activate: The Global Citizen Movement

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    Education Cannot Wait, Season 1 | Episode 3

    Emmy Award-winning actor Rachel Brosnahan teams up with Global Citizen and travels to the border of Peru to see what happens to children's education during conflicts and natural disasters. After an emotional experience with displaced families, Rachel and Global Citizen return to the U.S. where they urge Ireland, the UK, and the US to pledge millions to Education Cannot Wait, a global fund for education during crises.

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  • 19:50 CAT

    Drain the Great Lakes

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    Drain the Great Lakes, 1

    North America's Great Lakes are the largest system of free fresh water on earth, wielding huge influence on the continent. Over 34 million people live by their shores in some of greatest cities in the world. This groundbreaking television program pulls a virtual plug on the huge lakes, using computer-generated imagery to reveal hidden secrets of their human history and changing geological past.

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  • 20:45 CAT

    Billy The Kid: New Evidence

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    Billy The Kid: New Evidence 1, 1

    A newly discovered photograph of the infamous outlay Billy The Kid is discovered in California in 2014. What makes this picture even more amazing is that two of The Kid's best friends and fellow Regulators are also captured in the shot, Tom O'Folliard and Charlie Bowdre. But finding the photo is just the beginning of the story. Getting the historic photograph authenticated turns out to be a battle all its own.

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  • 21:40 CAT

    Drugs Inc.

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    Super Meth, Season 6 | Episode 6

    America is in the grip of a crystal meth epidemic. There are more than 1.2 million meth users and every year Americans spend 5 billion dollars on the drug. 80% of the meth sold in the United States is now made by drug cartels in Mexico. Nicknamed 'Mexican Super Meth', it's nearly 95% pure, offering users a more intense and long lasting high. This film follows the crystal meth trafficking routes from Mexico and into the United States. The journey begins in the lawless mountains that surround Culiacan, where Mexican Super Meth is produced in superlabs on an industrial scale. The cartel then use American citizens to traffic crystal meth shipments hidden in vehicles from Mexico into California. Mexican drug cartels are flooding the U.S. with the cheap super strength meth and are getting more Americans hooked on one of the most addictive drugs known to man. With unprecedented access to hitmen, meth cooks, traffickers, dealers, users and law enforcement, this disturbing film shines a light on the murky and violent world of the Mexican drug cartels.

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  • 22:30 CAT

    Banged Up Abroad

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    Captive In Colombia, Season 3 | Episode 2

    A U.S. Navy sailor takes a gamble on cocaine smuggling to get out of debt, but his choices catch up with him when he is caught in Colombia. A student searching for his South American roots hikes from Panama to Colombia through dense jungle. After being taken hostage by guerrilla soldiers, his life is on the line.

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  • 23:20 CAT

    Taboo

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    Living With The Dead, Season 8 | Episode 8

    In the west, we're no longer accustomed to handling, or even seeing, dead bodies. As a result, we view it as taboo, feeling disgust and fear around the dead, insisting on rituals like burials and cremations which allow us to keep a safe distance. Yet, around the world, there are people who deal with death as a matter of course and even gain satisfaction from it: meet a family of skull cleaners from Oklahoma city, a couple of body-collecting contractors from Maryland, a Florida man who trades in serial killer souvenirs, and Madagascans who regularly lug the remains of their dead relatives from their tombs.

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  • 00:10 CAT

    Activate: The Global Citizen Movement

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    Education Cannot Wait, Season 1 | Episode 3

    Emmy Award-winning actor Rachel Brosnahan teams up with Global Citizen and travels to the border of Peru to see what happens to children's education during conflicts and natural disasters. After an emotional experience with displaced families, Rachel and Global Citizen return to the U.S. where they urge Ireland, the UK, and the US to pledge millions to Education Cannot Wait, a global fund for education during crises.

    Go to show
  • 01:00 CAT

    Drain the Great Lakes

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    Drain the Great Lakes, 1

    North America's Great Lakes are the largest system of free fresh water on earth, wielding huge influence on the continent. Over 34 million people live by their shores in some of greatest cities in the world. This groundbreaking television program pulls a virtual plug on the huge lakes, using computer-generated imagery to reveal hidden secrets of their human history and changing geological past.

    Go to show
  • 01:50 CAT

    Billy The Kid: New Evidence

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    Billy The Kid: New Evidence 1, 1

    A newly discovered photograph of the infamous outlay Billy The Kid is discovered in California in 2014. What makes this picture even more amazing is that two of The Kid's best friends and fellow Regulators are also captured in the shot, Tom O'Folliard and Charlie Bowdre. But finding the photo is just the beginning of the story. Getting the historic photograph authenticated turns out to be a battle all its own.

    Go to show
  • 02:40 CAT

    Drugs Inc.

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    Super Meth, Season 6 | Episode 6

    America is in the grip of a crystal meth epidemic. There are more than 1.2 million meth users and every year Americans spend 5 billion dollars on the drug. 80% of the meth sold in the United States is now made by drug cartels in Mexico. Nicknamed 'Mexican Super Meth', it's nearly 95% pure, offering users a more intense and long lasting high. This film follows the crystal meth trafficking routes from Mexico and into the United States. The journey begins in the lawless mountains that surround Culiacan, where Mexican Super Meth is produced in superlabs on an industrial scale. The cartel then use American citizens to traffic crystal meth shipments hidden in vehicles from Mexico into California. Mexican drug cartels are flooding the U.S. with the cheap super strength meth and are getting more Americans hooked on one of the most addictive drugs known to man. With unprecedented access to hitmen, meth cooks, traffickers, dealers, users and law enforcement, this disturbing film shines a light on the murky and violent world of the Mexican drug cartels.

    Go to show
  • 03:25 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.

    Go to show
  • 04:15 CAT

    Megafactories

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    BMW, Season 1 | Episode 33

    Take a behind-the-scenes tour and gain insight into BMW's high-tech and innovative manufacturing plants as they create the sleek and stylish Z4 Roadster.

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  • 05:05 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 6, 7, Season 6 | Episode 7

    In this episode we discover the secrets to landing a plane, the best way to catch a fish and the hidden hazards of chair handstands.

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  • 05:30 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 6, 8, Season 6 | Episode 8

    In this episode we find out the best way to drive a jetski over land, the worst way to ride a bicycle and the dangers of slack lining.

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