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  • 01:00

    Past Hunters (Past Hunters)

    Past Hunters (Past Hunters)

    Past Hunters

    The former home of Queen Victoria is now home to many spirits who have been seen by guests and staff. Witness the first ever formal documentation of the paranormal activities in the Bulkeley Hotel.

  • 02:00

    Travel Thru History (Travel Thru History)

    Travel Thru History (Travel Thru History)

    Travel Thru History

    We set sail to the land of the Norseman in Oslo, Norway. We'll climb the fort walls at Akershus Fortress and discover the North and South Poles at the Fram Museum. Then, we'll unearth ancient viking ship treasures at the Viking Ship Museum, and we'll brave the open waters of the Pacific with Thor Heyerdahl at the Kon-tiki museum.

  • 02:30

    Travel Thru History (Travel Thru History)

    Travel Thru History (Travel Thru History)

    Travel Thru History

    Get your kicks on Route 66 in Flagstaff, AZ. Duck and cover! We're headed to the famous Barringer meteor crater outside of town. Then we scan the stars for heavenly bodies at Lowell Observatory. We'll learn the history of the region at the Northern Arizona History Museum, and finally swing from their many ponderosa pines at Flagstaff Extreme adventure park.

  • 03:00

    The Last Camel Caravans Of the Sahara (The Last Camel Caravans Of the Sahara)

    The Last Camel Caravans Of the Sahara (The Last Camel Caravans Of the Sahara)

    The Last Camel Caravans Of the Sahara

    360° GEO - Report takes part in an exhausting journey exhausting journey through desert heat and drought. In the times of the pharaohs, people trekked through the desert between what is today Sudan and Egypt. They travelled in camel-caravans, loaded with ivory, salt, ostrich feathers and other precious cargoes. Even today, the Bedouin tribes follow these ancient trade routes, but today, it is the camels themselves that are sold to Egypt. Approximately 3 million camels exist in Sudan alone and about 200,000 animals per year are sold to Egypt. One of the most important yet dangerous paths leads from Kordufan via Darfur to South Egypt. It is called the Darb al- Arba'in - " 40-Day road". Only experienced caravan leaders dare to undertake the laborious journey.

  • 04:00

    Taipan, the Most Dangerous Snake In the World (Taipan, the Most Dangerous Snake In the World)

    Taipan, the Most Dangerous Snake In the World (Taipan, the Most Dangerous Snake In the World)

    Taipan, the Most Dangerous Snake In the World

    360 - GEO Report joins Professor Brian Grieg Fry as he carries out his thrilling job : catching the most dangerous snake in the world for his research. About 7 of the world's 10 most venomous snakes live in Australia: one of them is the taipan, said to be the most venomous in the world. Its venom can kill a horse in just seven seconds. Yet if someone actually dares to catch this extremely dangerous animal, its venom can be used as a medicine and can save lives. Professor Brian Grieg Fry is one of the very few, who takes up this life-threatening challenge. For the sake of his research institute, he travels regularly through the country catching taipans, as well as brown snakes, sea snakes and skinks.

  • 05:00

    The Mystery Of Dark Matter (The Mystery Of Dark Matter)

    The Mystery Of Dark Matter (The Mystery Of Dark Matter)

    Dark matter, which is unknown and undetectable in our physical models, would appear to populate the cosmos on a massive scale. For the first time, a film portrays the wild scientific quest that dark matter gives rise to. A real thriller. In our physical models, the weight of all observable matter (stars, galaxies, etc.) accounts for just 4% of the universe, whereas an invisible, unknown matter that no tool has ever been able to detect appears to populate the universe on a massive scale. Today, astrophysicists and cosmologists - researchers in the fields of the infinitely large and the infinitely small - are joining forces to solve a major mystery: what is this famous "dark matter" made up of? A breath-taking thriller that leads us to the dawn of a scientific and metaphysical revolution, akin to Copernic's or Galileo's. It could totally change the way we perceive our world. 2013 : Best film Award at the International Science Film Festival (Athens, Greece).

  • 06:00

    Grosslockner King Of the High Alps (Grosslockner King Of the High Alps)

    Grosslockner King Of the High Alps (Grosslockner King Of the High Alps)

    Grosslockner King Of the High Alps

    The report accompanies Austrian farmers in the highest mountain of the country - the Glossglockner - from July until Christmas, throughout the changing seasons. It is mid-June and summer is finding its way into the valleys of East Tyrol, even though the Hohe Tauern Mountains are still covered with snow. In the distance, the Grossglockner gleams bright white above the Tyrol mountain village of Kals. This summer, mountain climbers from all over the world will scale the Grossglockner. Toni Riepler, a mountain guide from Kals and his wife Gitti have a lot of work to do. They run the "Glorerhütte", one of the oldest mountain huts in the area. For 3 months, from mid-June to mid-September, the family lives high up in the Alps. In the winter, they stay down in the valley.

  • 07:00

    Show Me Where You Live (Show Me Where You Live)

    Show Me Where You Live (Show Me Where You Live)

    Show Me Where You Live

    Show me where you live is a documentary series that aims to answer the following question: How can human beings claim ownership to a space so that they can live safely within it, function as a society, and above all be in harmony with the environment around them? As we discover cultures and emblematic populations, we follow Philippe Simay who is at the heart of Inhabiting the World and represents its identity and originality. Philippe takes us on an epic adventure around the Human Habitat and sets the tone for the journey. As a humanist and philosopher, Philippe is a tireless surveyor of the city, and an explorer of living spaces. Determined to travel around the world, Philippe unveils how the populations that he encounters claim the space they occupy, shapes it and adjust to it. In this series of 20 films, of 26 minutes each, the habitat will be a major showcase revealing our capacity to adapt ourselves at a time where we need to find solutions in order to address immense changes.

  • 07:30

    Show Me Where You Live (Show Me Where You Live)

    Show Me Where You Live (Show Me Where You Live)

    Show Me Where You Live

    Show me where you live is a documentary series that aims to answer the following question: How can human beings claim ownership to a space so that they can live safely within it, function as a society, and above all be in harmony with the environment around them? As we discover cultures and emblematic populations, we follow Philippe Simay who is at the heart of Inhabiting the World and represents its identity and originality. Philippe takes us on an epic adventure around the Human Habitat and sets the tone for the journey. As a humanist and philosopher, Philippe is a tireless surveyor of the city, and an explorer of living spaces. Determined to travel around the world, Philippe unveils how the populations that he encounters claim the space they occupy, shapes it and adjust to it. In this series of 20 films, of 26 minutes each, the habitat will be a major showcase revealing our capacity to adapt ourselves at a time where we need to find solutions in order to address immense changes.

  • 08:00

    Africa's Deadliest (Africa's Deadliest)

    Africa's Deadliest (Africa's Deadliest)

    Africa's Deadliest

    A look at how animals from dolphins and sharks to dogs and buffalo collaborate to take down prey.

  • 09:00

    Saint Pierre And Miquelon - Archipelago In Isolation (Saint Pierre And Miquelon - Archipelago In Isolation)

    Saint Pierre And Miquelon - Archipelago In Isolation (Saint Pierre And Miquelon - Archipelago In Isolation)

    360° GEO - Report shows the people from St. Pierre and Miquelon, a French overseas collectivity, in their struggle between self-preservation and responsibility against nature.Saint Pierre and Miquelon - directly in front of Newfoundland's coast lays a French archipelago forgotten from the far motherland. For centuries, the codfish brought prosperity to the group of islands, until a French-Canadian agreement prohibited catching it due to overfishing.Today, even the rough beauty of the island nature is threatened - because environmentalists are powerless against the frustration and indifference of the island's inhabitants. The environmental activist and passionate naturalist Roger Etcheberry lives on St. Pierre and Miquelon since childhood.Together with a Parisian botanist he explores the few pristine places on the archipelago and fights for their conservation.

  • 10:00

    Big Coast (Big Coast)

    Big Coast (Big Coast)

    Big Coast

    Big Coast Sportfishing is Vancouver Island and British Columbia's West Coast gift to the angling world. Wide open adventure on the wild Pacific shot in stunning large format high definition.

  • 10:30

    Big Coast (Big Coast)

    Big Coast (Big Coast)

    Big Coast

    Fishing Prince Rupert, Ha-Nee-Nah Lodge on Dundas Island and Hecate Strait for Chinook Salmon and Pacific Halibut!

  • 11:00

    Creative Killers (Creative Killers)

    Creative Killers (Creative Killers)

    Creative Killers

    The Mara and Grumeti rivers transform into yearly battle grounds as more than a million wildebeest attempt a treacherous crossing and hungry Nile crocodiles wait to feast on this annual bounty.

  • 12:00

    Zenith - Advances In Space Exploration (Zenith - Advances In Space Exploration)

    Zenith - Advances In Space Exploration (Zenith - Advances In Space Exploration)

    Zenith - Advances In Space Exploration

    Zenith – Advances in Space Exploration reveals these latest developments and the implications they hold for all of us.

  • 12:30

    Under the Lights: Pele (Under the Lights: Pele)

    Under the Lights: Pele (Under the Lights: Pele)

    Under the Lights: Pele

    Pelé was a prodigy that played with "ginga". As a child he played insistently in the favelas as of Sao Paolo, he developed perfect balance, unique vision, and an unimaginable control of the ball that left everyone breathless. The King Pelé, as he was referred to by all Brazilians after winning the country's first World Cup in 1958, is the OLDEST LIVING LEGEND in all of sports. He is a global icon, and idol to so many, not only for the exceptional athlete was but for the human being he is. A true role model for so many around the world. Sabbatical's latest production is highlighted by remastered in game footage of Pelé's most legendary goals for Brazil throughout his indelible career.

  • 13:00

    Looking for Sultan (Looking for Sultan)

    Looking for Sultan (Looking for Sultan)

    Looking for Sultan

    Sultan, the up-and-coming dominant tiger of a large reserve in India, vanishes suddenly; father and son filmmakers Mike and Gautam try to put the pieces together to solve this mystery.

  • 14:00

    Infestation (Infestation)

    Infestation (Infestation)

    Infestation

    What if the planet became plagued by catastrophic outbreaks of insect and animal infestations? This series helps predict the alarming effects of such outbreaks on humanity and the rest of the world.

  • 15:00

    Nature's Force (Nature's Force)

    Nature's Force (Nature's Force)

    Nature's Force

    A snapshot of Seasons, how they work together and keep the globe in balance. Droughts are explored in terms of how we can predict them, proof our lives from them and collect data because of them. Hurricanes are explained, their power revealed and the measures that are used to help us survive their impact. Thunderstorms have a few stages of development that roll out in a particular order.

  • 15:30

    Nature's Force (Nature's Force)

    Nature's Force (Nature's Force)

    Nature's Force

    How are Rainbows formed and what's their science? We look at the largest Hail ever recorded and explain why it comes in so many shapes and sizes. Global Warming is a big issue and topic, and we give a nutshell insight to its meaning and impact on many levels. Forecasting is key and crucial to living with nature and its weather, as it involves precision technologies and expertise. Typhoon Halyan is an example of one of the most devastating storms in recent history and its story illustrates the power and destruction that Typhoons can cause.

  • 16:00

    Berber, A Quest For Water (Berber, A Quest For Water)

    Berber, A Quest For Water (Berber, A Quest For Water)

    Berber, A Quest For Water

    In the remote valleys of the Atlas range in Morocco, lies a village Tizi Anoucheg, where water is a rare resource. Berbers are the only people to be found in this harsh environment. They convert the red and dried valleys into a lush green using ancestral irrigation methods. With climate change threatening their very existence one man rises to the occasion & tries to solve the severe water problem.

  • 17:00

    Mindworks (Mindworks)

    Mindworks (Mindworks)

    Mindworks

    Take a look at some images that will stay in your mind even after you turn away.

  • 17:25

    Mindworks (Mindworks)

    Mindworks (Mindworks)

    Mindworks

    You've probably played hide and seek. It's difficult to hide while in plain view. All it may take are a few tricks to alter our perception!

  • 18:00

    Wonder (Wonder)

    Wonder (Wonder)

    Wonder

    Seg 1 Carrion flowers. Carrion flowers are the unorthodox perception of flowers for they are rare, big, and very unpleasant. Other terms are stink flowers and corpse flowers. The biggest flower in the world, rafflesia arnoldii, is a carrion flower. These flowers are difficult to find and reproduce and could breed through cross-pollination by attracting flies and dung beetles. Seg 2 Aposematism. Aposematism is a form of signalling that enables protection for both preys and predators by giving signs of poison and danger through showing off the bright colors and patterns on their epidermal layers that become associated with inedibility. Some species have developed mimicry based on aposematism in order to avail the protection aposematic colors give. Seg 3 Cuckoo Misdirection. Cuckoo misdirection demonstrates the mimicking abilities of a female cuckoo in order to find host nests to hatch her eggs. The female mimics a cry of a predator bird in order to frighten the hosts, leaving them vulnerable, thus the cuckoo can seize the chance to drop her egg on a host nest. Seg 4 Pheromones. Animal pheromones are the chemicals secreted and released by different species to communicate with other organisms. There are various types serving different purposes, ranging from reproduction, to trailing, to alarms. Some pheromones are also specific to one species of animals. Seg 5 Deimatic Behavior. Deimatic behavior is another type of defensive behavior in animals that also involves mimicry. It's the opposite of aposematism because while aposematism works by blatantly showing or signalling its danger or unpalatability, deimatic behavior relies on the element of surprise to startle predators in order for species to flee to safety.

  • 18:30

    Wonder (Wonder)

    Wonder (Wonder)

    Wonder

    Seg 1 Saccadic Eye Masking. Saccadic eye movements are characterized as the fast movement of eyes when perceiving motion. These are so fast that they are blurred. To compensate for the blurriness, our brains mask these blurred visions to help us see a completed albeit masked version of sight. Seg 2 Plant Movement. While plants do not exhibit movement for locomotion or moving from place to place, they still exhibit movement in response to different stimuli. These movements are plant adaptations for food production, plant reproduction and survival. Seg 3 The Language of Color. Language plays a major role in how people from different parts of the world perceive color. The fact that some languages completely lack terms for some colors that other languages have come to know offers insight on how much influence it has on the way people see colors. Seg 4 Color Blindness. Color blindness is the condition that makes people not able to properly see and perceive colors. Color blindness is the result of damaged or underdeveloped rods and cones. these are the light sensitive cells that can be found in the part of our eyes known as the retina which are responsible for seeing colors. Color blindness can either be genetic or caused by sustained damage to the retina over time. Seg 5 Perspective Illusion. This is a technique used in illustrations to render scenes and objects in 3 dimensions with depth and foreshortening. The technique was pioneered by Italian painters during the renaissance period. It involves drawing objects with reference to points measured from a constant line of sight.

  • 19:00

    Out Of Town Adventures (Out Of Town Adventures)

    Out Of Town Adventures (Out Of Town Adventures)

    Out Of Town Adventures

    Outta Town Adventures travels both near and far to discover the best advenures the destinations have to offer. This TV series is dedicated to presenting history, culture and geography in a fun and pisitive way. It encourages people to explore this beautiful world - something that starts with simply getting out of town!

  • 19:30

    Out Of Town Adventures (Out Of Town Adventures)

    Out Of Town Adventures (Out Of Town Adventures)

    Out Of Town Adventures

    Outta Town Adventures travels both near and far to discover the best advenures the destinations have to offer. This TV series is dedicated to presenting history, culture and geography in a fun and pisitive way. It encourages people to explore this beautiful world - something that starts with simply getting out of town!

  • 20:00

    Journeys in Africa (Journeys in Africa)

    Journeys in Africa (Journeys in Africa)

    Journeys in Africa

    All the essentials for going on, and having a successful safari are covered before our host gets a very special challenge—to find at least half of the "Big Twelve" on one safari drive. Four hours and six (6) very special animals—can he do it using his own rules for a successful safari?

  • 20:30

    Journeys in Africa (Journeys in Africa)

    Journeys in Africa (Journeys in Africa)

    Journeys in Africa

    Nicknamed the Garden of Eden, this volcanic caldera is home to over 25,000 big game animals. Here survival isn't just a game—it's a matter of life and death. You'll witness one of the great acts of nature—buffalo, lion and hyena in a face-to-face struggle for dominance. Life in the crater can take surprising twists.

  • 21:00

    Herding Sheep In Iceland (Herding Sheep In Iceland)

    Herding Sheep In Iceland (Herding Sheep In Iceland)

    Herding Sheep In Iceland

    Starting at the beginning of September, the Northern Lights unveil their magical patterns on Iceland's starry skies. At the same time, Icelanders celebrate the "Retir": sheep and horses are herded to the lowlands. 4,500 sheep and 800 horses spend 3 to 4 months in the untamed highlands. Now, they are rounded up. No single farmer can herd so many animals to the lowlands. The entire community helps.

  • 22:00

    Hidden Traces (Hidden Traces)

    Hidden Traces (Hidden Traces)

    Hidden Traces

    A century since the guns fell silent, archaeological findings shed new light on World War I. Expert accounts and 3D reconstruction help piece the sombre picture together.

  • 23:00

    The Tech Effect (The Tech Effect)

    The Tech Effect (The Tech Effect)

    The Tech Effect

    In this episode we examine advances in aviation that include flying cars being developed by Slovakian and Japanese companies. Ride share companies are also considering aerial options, with Uber among those working on autonomous urban aircraft that will fly over congested roads to landing points in the centre of cities. As the skies of the future will be teeming with flying vehicles, suitable air traffic management is essential. We look at new systems to connect autonomous aircraft with each other and an overarching traffic control. Finally, we explore a concept airliner of the future. Sustainable and flexible, it incorporates holograms and neural networks to provide a more engaging and relaxing flight.

  • 23:30

    The Tech Effect (The Tech Effect)

    The Tech Effect (The Tech Effect)

    The Tech Effect

    In this episode we travel on a space tourist test flight that flies high above the Earth. It's just one of the options available for wealthy thrill-seekers looking to defy gravity on a trip above our atmosphere. We also look at the latest spacesuits designed by NASA for extra-vehicular activity, or floating in space. Finally, we get an update on the Artemis project, the plan to send men and women to the moon this decade. Artemis requires cooperation between all the major space agencies to build a huge new space station called Gateway, that will also be the launch pad for a crewed mission to Mars this century.

  • 00:00

    Gannets - The Wrong Side of the Run (Gannets - The Wrong Side of the Run)

    Gannets - The Wrong Side of the Run (Gannets - The Wrong Side of the Run)

    Gannets - The Wrong Side of the Run

    At the tip of Africa two oceans collide, creating one of the most productive eco-systems on the planet. Here, one of the largest shoals of fish known to man form the basis of two food chains that split and extend for 100's of miles. After the sardines part at Cape Agulhas, each shoal passes it's own critical point. On the west coast of Africa, this is Malgas Island, a traditionally energetic hub of life dominated by the presence of the supreme sardine hunter, the Cape gannet. On the opposing coast, the shoals pass Bird Island, the eastern equivalent of Malgas. Circumstances on the two bird colonies are very different; on the west we see dwindling numbers of sardine, whilst on the east, Bird Island is the inverse. While the Malgas Gannets battle to raise chicks amid skirmishes by Kelp gulls and hungry seals, the Bird island gannets move to intercept huge volumes of sardines. What transpires is one of the greatest marine feeding events on the planet, and in these two parallel scenarios, we see how one environment is mutating under pressure, while the other experiences a bumper season. Will the gannets of Malgas island adapt to their changing world? Can the disappearing sardine stock survive, and in turn support the wide array of marine predators that rely heavily on it. The breath-taking landscape, action and predation sequences are strengthened by solid natural history behaviour with an environmental comment.

  • 01:00

    Past Hunters (Past Hunters)

    Past Hunters (Past Hunters)

    Past Hunters

    The county of Flintshire in Wales is said to be a land filled with ghosts and haunts. Plas Teg is said to be one of the "most haunted" houses in the area. With over 400 years of history, this place is sure to be the home of many an entity.

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Herding Sheep In Iceland(Herding Sheep In Iceland)
21:00 - 22:00

Starting at the beginning of September, the Northern Lights unveil their magical patterns on Iceland's starry skies. At the same time, Icelanders celebrate the "Retir": sheep and horses are herded to the lowlands. 4,500 sheep and 800 horses spend 3 to 4 months in the untamed highlands. Now, they are rounded up. No single farmer can herd so many animals to the lowlands. The entire community helps.