Friday

1 November

  • 06:00 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 6, 1, Season 6 | Episode 1

    In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to humiliate yourself while doing yoga on a paddleboard, injure yourself playing with bo staffs, or do both with aerial silks.

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  • 06:20 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 6, 13, Season 6 | Episode 13

    In this episode we learn all about icebergs, the many ways to hurt yourself jumping off a pier, and what to watch out for the next time you are biking over a teeter totter.

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  • 06:45 CAT

    Megafactories

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    Dodge Challenger, Season 1 | Episode 18

    The Dodge Challenger; an All-American legend reborn. Loud, curvy and packed with power, the modern version of the 70s classic stays true to its roots, and adds technology and 21st century engineering into the mix. The Challenger comes to life at two factories. A vast, highly-automated production line in Canada, transforms sheet metal into speed machine in 20 hours or less. And a state-of-the-art plant in Mexico, which crafts the iconic Hemi engines that power most Challengers. Two Ultimate Factories that pack just as many thrills as the car they create.

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  • 07:35 CAT

    Car S.O.S.

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    Tim And Fuzz's Greatest Hits, Season 4 | Episode 10

    In this special episode the boys jump into Tim's very own 1965 Mustang fastback for a road trip around Britain revisiting a few of their favourite cars from across the last four series and finding out how life has changed for their lucky owners. On route they stop off at some top petrolhead pitstops, and we get to see unseen footage and outtakes from across the series , including a full length chat with Sir Roger Moore.

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  • 08:25 CAT

    World's Toughest Fixes

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    Texas High Tower, Season 2 | Episode 15

    Hang on tight and whatever you do… don't look down! An old TV antenna that's been part of the San Antonio skyline for nearly sixty years is past its use-by date… and it has to come down before it falls down. Question is: how do you drop something that's heavy and unwieldy over 500 feet to the ground… smack bang in the middle of a city? Riley teams up with a bunch of high-altitude riggers to get a bird's eye view of one of the most dangerous fixes he's ever been on. And he's taking you with him. Anyone scared of heights better watch from the safety of the couch at home.

  • 09:15 CAT

    Wicked Tuna: North Vs South

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    Redemption, Season 5 | Episode 6

    Northern and Southern boats battle for the top-earning title, and a good price on a big fish is all that stands between them. As the seasons quota dwindles and sustainability limits are stricter- bluefin fisherman are feeling the pressure to get paid. One local boat has yet to even catch their first fish, and theres no paycheck without a bluefin on deck.

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  • 10:10 CAT

    Live Free Or Die

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    The Tipping Point, Season 2 | Episode 8

    Colbert's 20-year-old canoe has sprung its final leak and Thorn must tackle his leaking roof. Tony and Amelia have their hearts set on a truck - but sticking to their recycle philosophy, not just any old truck will do.

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  • 10:55 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Deadly Discussions, Season 16 | Episode 9

    Just as LAPA Flight 3142 lifts off from a single runway airport in Buenos Aires, the 737 starts shaking violently, and moments later it crashes back to the ground. Hurtling forward at 160 knots, the plane careens past the airport perimeter, crosses a busy highway, and bursts into flames. The disaster leaves an entire nation stunned, but nothing prepares Argentinians for the staggering blunder that caused it.

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  • 11:45 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 6, 13, Season 6 | Episode 13

    In this episode we learn all about icebergs, the many ways to hurt yourself jumping off a pier, and what to watch out for the next time you are biking over a teeter totter.

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  • 12:10 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 6, 14, Season 6 | Episode 14

    In this engineering special we discover the secrets behind explosive demolitions, exactly how dams work, and what you need to look out for when operating a ladder.

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  • 12:35 CAT

    Primal Survivor Compilation

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    Extreme Deserts, Season 1 | Episode 5

    Hazen Audel takes on extreme survival challenges in some of the world's most inhospitable deserts in the world-where food and water are near impossible to find and the blazing hot sun can burn your skin in a matter of minutes. Hazen will come face to face with dangerous desert giants, battle against deadly quicksand and rely on an unusual drink to stay hydrated-cow's blood.

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  • 13:25 CAT

    Airport Security Compilations

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    Big Busts, Season 1 | Episode 1

    The biggest cocaine busts from Airport Security Colombia and Peru. A man traveling to the DR, hides cocaine in children's organizers. A stepmom and daughter conceal bricks of cocaine inside jackets. A mother with a child carries cocaine in food packages and kid's clothes. The Anti-narcotics police find cocaine in a shipment of fresh herbs. A man going to Mexico with cocaine bricks in his carry-on. A man with liquid cocaine in beverage bottles.

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  • 14:10 CAT

    Wicked Tuna: North Vs South

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    No Pain, No Gain, Season 5 | Episode 7

    The Outer Banks bluefin season is led by an unexpected Northern captain, but when the Southern fleet steps up their game even more surprises are on the horizon. Are the local fleets efforts enough to change the competition? With the quota dwindling, fishing twenty-four seven is the only option and none of the boats are backing down as the North Carolina Bluefin season heats up.

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  • 15:00 CAT

    Car S.O.S.

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    BMW 2002 Turbo, Season 4 | Episode 7

    In the late 1960s BMW were looking to break into the US market and the sports saloon they created to make the right waves was the 2002, a 2 litre, 100bhp tourer, it instantly became a successful race car with Hans Stuck winning the Nurburgring 24-hour race in 1970. As a result the 2002 arrived in the states in 1967 to instant success and rapid and highly profitable sales. BMW didn't rest on its laurels, in 1973 they started producing a fuel injected turbo version of the 2002 : the tii. Launched at the 1973 Frankfurt Motor Show it was BMW's, and Europe's, first turbocharged production car, it produced 170 bhp and had a top speed of 115mph and where its predecessor had been a success on the track the tii continued on the World rally Circuit where it went on to win many rallies and hill climbs. In actuality only 1,672 Turbos were ever built, but they achieved BMWs aim of making them a World renowned brand name in a few short years and salvaging the tatters or the BMW distribution network in the US. With its striking 'shark nose' front end the 2002 set the style that BMWs were to follow to this day. Very few 2002tiis now exist making them not just a fun car to drive but also a sure fire commodity on the classics market.

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  • 15:50 CAT

    World's Toughest Fixes

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    Airline ER, Season 1 | Episode 2

    When one of Boeing's 767 jetliners needs repairing, a team of specialists, including Sean Riley, are sent to fix it. Can he iron out the dents?

  • 16:45 CAT

    Mine Kings

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    Explosives And Emeralds, Season 1 | Episode 6

    On the fringes of Zambia's industrial 'Copperbelt' is a vein of some of the richest emeralds in the world. But the area is notoriously filled with illegal mining and smuggling. To protect this rich gem fields the whole area is secured by armed guards within a cordoned off military zone. Sentries with AK47's control checkpoints and hold a curfew - not letting anyone in or out after six in the evening. The Mine Kings venture into these African bad-lands to find a small scale mine that could produce the clearest and purest of emeralds, known as 'Hamish' - a local name meaning as clear as water. But there's a reason emeralds are so expensive. The best ones are rare and hard to mine. Many have tried and failed. To find Zambia's Hamish emeralds the Mine Kings must dig deeper and remove more earth than they have ever done before. To do that ex-army mechanic Zak must get a community excavator that has been out of action and neglected for years up and running. Something his skillset is more than capable of. Once the digger is in action it tests Jimmy's excavator skills to the limit and a wall collapse almost crashes the excavator and Jimmy along with it, into the mine. Digging deeper and removing much more mud than they ever could by hand, they get closer and closer to the emerald layer. Fred is convinced the signs are good. They are on track. And when the bucket of the digger stops scooping mud and suddenly hits hard rock they think they are almost there. But the rock cannot be penetrated by the digger. Now it is up to John and Fred to use explosives to break through the rock. Guy Clutterbuck's team has less than a week to help make this small scale emerald mine productive - but can they do it? It's an immense challenge that risks life and limb and a physical endurance test that pushes the team to their limits as they hunt for Zambia's Hamish emeralds.

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  • 17:35 CAT

    Yukon Gold

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    Homecoming, Season 4 | Episode 1

    As the season gets underway, Bernie clashes with his most experienced crew, son Jarret. After months of lonely prep work, Chris reunites with his partner Nika and their three small children. Karl gets big gold right out of the gate. Big Al returns to the Yukon in a wheelchair, hoping to turn his life and his mine around.

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  • 18:25 CAT

    Air Crash Investigation

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    Lethal Turn, Season 16 | Episode 5

    Amid thick smoke from a forest fire, Garuda Indonesia Flight 152 approaches the Medan airport on the island of Sumatra. But just minutes from the runway-and fatally off course-the Airbus A-300 crashes in the jungle. Claiming the lives of all 234 people on board, it's the country's worst-ever aviation disaster. And investigators are baffled when they realize the plane was flying away from the airport when it crashed.

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  • 19:15 CAT

    Beyond Magic With DMC

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    Walking Through Walls, Season 1 | Episode 3

    DMC explores the world of illusion where perspective and perception converge to fool the brain into perceiving an alternative reality - what the eye perceives the brain believes. Taking inspiration from one of magics classical modern masters, DMCs journey builds to a recreation of one of the most famous , illusions of all time undertaken with his very own, unique and baffling twist.

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  • 20:05 CAT

    Quest For King Solomon's Treasure

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    Quest For King Solomon's Treasure, 1

    Countless treasure-seekers have set off in search of King Solomon's mines a quest inspired by the Bible's account of spectacular temples adorned in glittering gold and copper. To date, any evidence that supports Solomons existence is regarded as highly controversial. Expeditions in 2010 revealed groundbreaking new clues buried in the Jordanian desert for centuries.

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  • 21:00 CAT

    Lost Cities With Albert Lin

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    El Dorado City of Gold, Season 1 | Episode 2

    National Geographic explorer and scientist Albert Lin travels to Colombia, South America, to find out the truth behind the legends of El Dorado.

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  • 21:50 CAT

    Drugs Inc.

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    Pill Nation, Season 2 | Episode 8

    It is known as Hillbilly Heroin, but prescription opiate pain pills are now in every town and city across the United States. From the poorest trailer home to the most expensive mansion, pain killers are tearing apart the very fabric of American society. More people are addicted to these pills than cocaine, heroin and crystal meth combined and they're second only to road traffic accidents as the leading cause of accidental death. From the rolling hills of Ohio to the mean streets of Tijuana, opiate pain pills are now the drug of choice for the 21st century.

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  • 22:45 CAT

    Banged Up Abroad

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    Smuggler Makeover, Season 5 | Episode 3

    Michael Morey was a music-loving hippie who fell in love with a woman he met in Trinidad. But when he learned he and his girlfriend were expecting a baby, Michael agreed to smuggle cocaine from Ecuador to Europe. When he got to Quito, he was told he'd need to cut his dreadlocks. For Michael, cutting his dreads was like selling his soul, but he didn't think there was another choice. On the day of his departure, he was duct taped with almost 4 kilos of cocaine. In the airport, Michael was almost caught twice: once by a chewing gum wrapper setting off a metal detector, and later by a guard with a German Shepherd. After arriving in Madrid, he nearly made it through customs, but at the last moment was stopped, searched and arrested. While in prison, Michael's girlfriend broke up with him. He eventually married another woman and after his release in 2007, Michael and his wife moved to Florida.

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  • 23:35 CAT

    Taboo

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    Prison Love, Season 7 | Episode 5

    When people are imprisoned they lose their freedom and their rights. But human beings are persistent creatures, and love - and sex - can penetrate the thickest of prison walls. Should convicted felons be allowed the pleasures of life that have been denied to their victims?

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  • 00:25 CAT

    Beyond Magic With DMC

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    Walking Through Walls, Season 1 | Episode 3

    DMC explores the world of illusion where perspective and perception converge to fool the brain into perceiving an alternative reality - what the eye perceives the brain believes. Taking inspiration from one of magics classical modern masters, DMCs journey builds to a recreation of one of the most famous , illusions of all time undertaken with his very own, unique and baffling twist.

    Go to show
  • 01:10 CAT

    Quest For King Solomon's Treasure

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    Quest For King Solomon's Treasure, 1

    Countless treasure-seekers have set off in search of King Solomon's mines a quest inspired by the Bible's account of spectacular temples adorned in glittering gold and copper. To date, any evidence that supports Solomons existence is regarded as highly controversial. Expeditions in 2010 revealed groundbreaking new clues buried in the Jordanian desert for centuries.

    Go to show
  • 02:00 CAT

    Lost Cities With Albert Lin

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    El Dorado City of Gold, Season 1 | Episode 2

    National Geographic explorer and scientist Albert Lin travels to Colombia, South America, to find out the truth behind the legends of El Dorado.

    Go to show
  • 02:45 CAT

    Mine Kings

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    Explosives And Emeralds, Season 1 | Episode 6

    On the fringes of Zambia's industrial 'Copperbelt' is a vein of some of the richest emeralds in the world. But the area is notoriously filled with illegal mining and smuggling. To protect this rich gem fields the whole area is secured by armed guards within a cordoned off military zone. Sentries with AK47's control checkpoints and hold a curfew - not letting anyone in or out after six in the evening. The Mine Kings venture into these African bad-lands to find a small scale mine that could produce the clearest and purest of emeralds, known as 'Hamish' - a local name meaning as clear as water. But there's a reason emeralds are so expensive. The best ones are rare and hard to mine. Many have tried and failed. To find Zambia's Hamish emeralds the Mine Kings must dig deeper and remove more earth than they have ever done before. To do that ex-army mechanic Zak must get a community excavator that has been out of action and neglected for years up and running. Something his skillset is more than capable of. Once the digger is in action it tests Jimmy's excavator skills to the limit and a wall collapse almost crashes the excavator and Jimmy along with it, into the mine. Digging deeper and removing much more mud than they ever could by hand, they get closer and closer to the emerald layer. Fred is convinced the signs are good. They are on track. And when the bucket of the digger stops scooping mud and suddenly hits hard rock they think they are almost there. But the rock cannot be penetrated by the digger. Now it is up to John and Fred to use explosives to break through the rock. Guy Clutterbuck's team has less than a week to help make this small scale emerald mine productive - but can they do it? It's an immense challenge that risks life and limb and a physical endurance test that pushes the team to their limits as they hunt for Zambia's Hamish emeralds.

    Go to show
  • 03:35 CAT

    Yukon Gold

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    Homecoming, Season 4 | Episode 1

    As the season gets underway, Bernie clashes with his most experienced crew, son Jarret. After months of lonely prep work, Chris reunites with his partner Nika and their three small children. Karl gets big gold right out of the gate. Big Al returns to the Yukon in a wheelchair, hoping to turn his life and his mine around.

    Go to show
  • 04:20 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Science of Stupid 3, 1, Season 3 | Episode 1

    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. Richard Hammond introduces a host of new mishaps featuring brave, if misguided individuals from around the world and then explains the science behind their failure and humiliation with the use of bespoke animations and super slo-mo cinematography. In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when paragliding, riding dirt-bikes and being subjected to a wedgie.

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  • 04:45 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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

    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. Richard Hammond introduces a host of new mishaps featuring brave, if misguided individuals from around the world and then explains the science behind their failure and humiliation with the use of bespoke animations and super slo-mo cinematography. In this episode we learn just how many ways there are to embarrass, injure and humiliate yourself when cliff diving, swinging a sledgehammer and riding a motorised scooter.

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  • 05:10 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Frisbees and Hovercrafts, Season 2 | Episode 3

    Prepare yourself as amateurs attempt billiard trick shots and try to show off their Frisbee talents.

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  • 05:30 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Hurdles and Head Spins, Season 2 | Episode 4

    What goes up, must come down! Kite surfers launch into the air, hurdlers miss their mark and break dancers lose their balance.

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