Sunday

3 November

  • 06:00 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    Segways and Water Skis, Season 2 | Episode 1

    What do Segways, water balloons and yo-yos have in common? They all pack a pretty powerful punch!

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  • 06:25 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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    High Jumps and Shallow Water, Season 2 | Episode 2

    Some people can dive into the sea from giant cliffs and emerge unscathed, while others end up bloody after diving from the bank of a river.

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  • 06:50 CAT

    Science of Stupid

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

    In this episode we discover the secrets to wake surfing, the hidden dangers with water slides and the hidden hazards to watch out for when practicing your sparring kicks.

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  • 07:15 CAT

    World's Toughest Fixes

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    Rocket Launch, Season 2 | Episode 2

    Strap yourself in for this one, because this is definitely out of this world. For this fix, we're going satellite launching. Delivering this piece of high-tech equipment into space will take a rocket the size of a twelve-story building and an enormous amount of firepower… and it's a job that'll be done from one of the most remote places on the planet: French Guiana. This South American department of France is just a short distance from the equator, but it's a long way from the modern world. As the clock winds down to zero, Riley is positioned for a bird's eye view of what's definitely one of the most spectacular sights on earth - a rocket roaring into space.

  • 08:05 CAT

    World's Toughest Fixes

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    Moving The Monster Barge, Season 1 | Episode 10

    Sean Riley works with some of the world's top engineers and mechanics to show how seemingly impossible fixes are accomplished.

  • 09:00 CAT

    World's Toughest Fixes

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    Sky High, Season 2 | Episode 8

    World's Toughest Fixes is going to new heights … tackling fixes that can't be reached by ladder, lift or crane. From the top of the Hoover Dam … to the cliffs near Niagara Falls … Riley's going to join the workers who take on the ultimate death-defying jobs. He'll help replace an old shock absorber way out over the edge of Las Vegas's tallest building … patch a turbine blade hundreds of feet above the ground … and clear away rocks on a cliff face that overlooks the one of the world's most famous falls. One thing's for sure - working at such extreme heights will give Riley a new appreciation for standing on solid ground.

  • 09:55 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.

  • 10:45 CAT

    Maritime Silk Road Reborn

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    Spice Trail, Season 1 | Episode 2

    Historian Sam Willis travels in the wake of one of history's greatest fleets-the giant treasure ships of imperial China-to India and Arabia, to explore the rich history of exchange along the old shipping routes of the maritime Silk Road, and its unprecedented revival in the world today.

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  • 11:35 CAT

    Apollo: Back To The Moon

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    Impossible Challenge, Season 1 | Episode 1

    For the first time, a documentary brings together fictionalized scenes, realistic 3D, and digitized archives in ultra-HD to retrace the whole Apollo space program. This episode, against the backdrop of the Cold War, follows the first part of the program, from the disaster of Apollo 1 to the triumph of the Apollo 8 mission.

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  • 12:20 CAT

    Apollo: Back To The Moon

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    Ultimate Mission, Season 1 | Episode 2

    For the first time, a documentary brings together fictionalized scenes, realistic 3D, and digitized archives in ultra-HD to retrace the whole Apollo space program. This episode reveals the final secrets of Apollo 11, bringing to life the last stages of a program that embraced tragic setbacks and historic success.

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  • 13:10 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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  • 14:00 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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  • 14:55 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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  • 15:50 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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  • 16:35 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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  • 18:25 CAT

    The Border

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    War Games, Season 7 | Episode 4

    Every day, U.S. law enforcement uses clever tactics against the smuggling operations that transport illegal goods over the border into the United States… and the smugglers fight back with their own tricks. Agents, scouts, surveillance, decoys and espionage make up this epic never-ending chess match with human lives and millions of dollars on the line with every move.

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  • 19:15 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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  • 20:05 CAT

    Women of Impact: Changing The World

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    Women of Impact: Changing The World, 1

    It all starts with one question: How will you make the world a better place? From household names to rising stars, meet the women who are changing our world. They live among primates in the jungle...dive the oceans for clues to the health of our planet? discover our human origins in African caves? and test new technologies in outer space. They break glass ceilings in newsrooms, boardrooms, courtrooms and classrooms. Women are reshaping our world? and how we see it?and here are their stories!

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  • 21:00 CAT

    Expedition Amelia

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    Expedition Amelia, 1

    National Geographic's Bob Ballard discovered the Titanic. Now he's setting off for a remote Pacific island to solve another enduring mystery-the disappearance of Amelia Earhart. The pioneering aviatrix shattered records in the air and broke barriers for women on the ground, becoming one of the most famous women in history. Then in 1937 she vanished. Can Ballard find her plane?

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  • 22:45 CAT

    Inside North Korea's Dynasty

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    The Son of God, Season 1 | Episode 2

    Unpacking the unique Kim father-son relationship further, "The Son of God" tracks the decline of Kim Il Sung and the rise of his son, Kim Jong Il. Jong is an unlikely successor to his father. He is not a military man - he is obsessed with cinema, particularly James Bond films. "The Son of God" tells the story of how he uses filmmaking and propaganda to win his father's approval - and power. Not only did Jong love James Bond films, but the films influenced his behaviour in trying to immitate a real-life Bond villain. Beginning in the 1970s, this film explores Jong's rise to power as the heir apparent of North Korea, delving into such pivotal incidents as the kidnapping of filmmakers Choi Eun Hee and Shin Sang Ok; the attempted assassination of the president of South Korea; and the terror campaign waged by North Korea, such as the Korean Airline bombing by Kim Hyon Hui, in the buildup to the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

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  • 23:40 CAT

    Taboo

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    Odd Couples, Season 8 | Episode 1

    For most, the ideal spouse tends to be similar in age, social status, and physical appearance. But some marriages stray so far from this ideal, they might be considered …odd. Taboo examines some of these unconventional relationships. We'll meet a woman who's in love with a man nearly three times her height. We'll find out why a man hides his homosexuality, promising to love and obey his wife. And we'll delve inside the inner workings of a marriage made up of three partners.

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  • 00:30 CAT

    The Border

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    War Games, Season 7 | Episode 4

    Every day, U.S. law enforcement uses clever tactics against the smuggling operations that transport illegal goods over the border into the United States… and the smugglers fight back with their own tricks. Agents, scouts, surveillance, decoys and espionage make up this epic never-ending chess match with human lives and millions of dollars on the line with every move.

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  • 01:20 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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  • 02:05 CAT

    Expedition Amelia

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    Expedition Amelia, 1

    National Geographic's Bob Ballard discovered the Titanic. Now he's setting off for a remote Pacific island to solve another enduring mystery-the disappearance of Amelia Earhart. The pioneering aviatrix shattered records in the air and broke barriers for women on the ground, becoming one of the most famous women in history. Then in 1937 she vanished. Can Ballard find her plane?

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  • 03:45 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
  • 04:35 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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  • 05:25 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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