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  • 00:45

    Lost Treasures of Egypt (Lost Treasures of Egypt)

    Lost Treasures of Egypt (Lost Treasures of Egypt)

    Lost Treasures of Egypt

    Archaeologists investigate Egypt's most powerful king, Ramses the Great. In front of the world's oldest pyramid at Saqqara they unearth a labyrinth of tombs and treasures belonging to one of Ramses Generals. In a necropolis where Ramses Nobles are buried they enter a new tomb. And they investigate his most impressive temples to find out how Ramses became the most celebrated pharaoh of all time.

  • 01:30

    Lost Treasures of Egypt (Lost Treasures of Egypt)

    Lost Treasures of Egypt (Lost Treasures of Egypt)

    Lost Treasures of Egypt

    Archaeologists investigate the mystery of Tutankhamun's small and poorly decorated tomb. Tutankhamun's reign was shaped by the life of his father, a pharaoh who led the greatest revolution in Egyptian religious history. Was this revolution, and the political intrigue that followed, the cause of Tutankhamun's banishment to a tomb unfit for a Pharaoh?

  • 02:15

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation

    In California's Mojave Desert, Virgin Galactic test pilots are at the controls of a revolutionary aircraft designed for sub-orbital flight.

  • 03:00

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation

    Approaching Taipei in an intensifying electrical storm, China Airlines Flight 676 stalls, falls out of the sky, and pancakes on a busy roadway. Claiming the lives of all 196 people on board and six residents on the ground, it's the worst aviation disaster in the country's history. And it all boils down to 11 baffling seconds when neither pilot took control of the plane.

  • 03:45

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation

    Converging on a spectacular Alaskan waterfall, two float planes carrying tourists collide. One breaks apart on impact, and the other hits the water largely intact. The surviving pilot testifies the collision happened without warning. But while the wreckage quickly tells investigators how the planes made contact, they must turn to 3D technology to figure out why.

  • 04:30

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation

    A Pakistani airliner crashes in the Himalayas. And when their most vital piece of evidence fails to deliver, investigators scramble to find answers.

  • 05:15

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation

    After a routine landing, a Taiwanese commuter plane is rocked by a massive explosion. The resulting inferno destroys the fuselage. A team of international investigators finds no evidence of a bomb on board. But as they dig through the scorched wreckage, they ultimately uncover the powerful ingredients for catastrophe in the overhead bins.

  • 06:00

    Science of Stupid (Science of Stupid)

    Science of Stupid (Science of Stupid)

    Science of Stupid

    Science of Stupid, Series 7. Dallas Campbell hosts the show that combines serious science with some of the craziest, most spectacular user generated clips ever recorded. In this episode we learn the science behind the fails, when launching off snow ramps on inflatable tubes and driving through water on ATVs, and when animals tackle staircases.

  • 06:25

    Megacities (Megacities)

    Megacities (Megacities)

    Megacities

    When you think of gambling, you think Vegas…a manmade oasis in the middle of the desert. However, the secret behind Las Vegas is not the gambling…it's not connections…it's not even sex. This MegaCity's power is electricity…and without it, Vegas would shrivel and die. This is the Vegas no one sees. Power lines are its arteries. Electricity is its blood. We peel back the city's skin, expose its most vital organs, and go deeper than anyone's ever gone…into the MegaCity's beating heart. In a city built on risk, power is the window to the soul. Because keeping this MegaCity humming ... is the biggest gamble of all.

  • 07:10

    Megacities (Megacities)

    Megacities (Megacities)

    Megacities

    It's the second largest city on earth - and the most important city in Brazil. More than 10 million people live in Sao Paulo. But fitting people isn't a problem. The challenge is the city's trash. Every day, Sao Paulo generates 14,000 tons of garbage -- the weight of the leaning Tower of Pisa. Sao Paulo has embarked on a green revolution by harnessing hectares of trash to produce energy. Aluminum cans are the most recycled object on earth, and Brazil leads the way when it comes not only to recycling them, but the speed at which it's done. This episode follows one aluminum can from the time it is picked by one of the catadores - the trash-pickers of São Paulo who make their living from collecting recyclables - through pressing, melting, and re-melting, to the moment it is ready to become a new can. State of the art technology combined with typical Brazilian ingenuity contributes not only to a clean environment, but to help poor citizens earn their living.

  • 08:05

    Access 360° World Heritage (Access 360° World Heritage)

    Access 360° World Heritage (Access 360° World Heritage)

    Access 360° World Heritage

    Could the Taj Mahal be in imminent danger? It is one of the grandest works of architecture on the planet. But these days, it has plenty of critics. They insist that this monument to undying love is at risk of collapsing into the river that runs beside it. But the conservators who guard it dispute the claims. We follow the controversy as two groups examine the Taj's stability. The over 360-year-old monument is under serious pressure from the effects of climate change, pollution and mass tourism. After the Mumbai attacks, security is also a serious concern. But could the Taj collapse?

  • 08:25

    Access 360° World Heritage (Access 360° World Heritage)

    Access 360° World Heritage (Access 360° World Heritage)

    Access 360° World Heritage

    Recently added to the world heritage list as a cultural asset, the iconic Mt. Fuji is a well-known symbol of Japan. Every year the volcano's scenic beauty draws more and more visitors from around the world. Dedicated mountain rangers, scientists, and eco-volunteers are working hard to preserve and protect the mountain from mankind while also protecting mankind from the mountain.

  • 08:50

    Drain the Oceans (Drain the Oceans)

    Drain the Oceans (Drain the Oceans)

    Drain the Oceans

    Drain the Oceans unlocks the secrets of how the Roman Empire controlled the seas of the Ancient world and how it harnessed the power of volcanoes to defy nature itself. It reveals the extraordinary secrets of one of the oldest shipwrecks in the world, and unearths a port lost for centuries under Italian soil.

  • 09:40

    Drain the Oceans (Drain the Oceans)

    Drain the Oceans (Drain the Oceans)

    Drain the Oceans

    There may be as many as one hundred thousand vessels lying on the floor of the Baltic sea, but perhaps the most spectacular of those is the battleship the Mars, which vanished over 450 years ago on just the second day of her career at sea. Shrouded in legend, this ship has recently been discovered off the coast of Sweden and is proving that she more than lives up to the many myths that surround her.

  • 10:30

    Expedition Everest (Expedition Everest)

    Expedition Everest (Expedition Everest)

    In a groundbreaking research expedition, scientists and Sherpas team up on Mount Everest to install the highest weather station in the world.

  • 11:15

    Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold (Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold)

    Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold (Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold)

    World-class rock climber Alex Honnold launches a first-ever Greenlandic expedition to climb a 4,000-foot sea cliff. First his team must cross a massive glacier and collect precious scientific data from this remote part of the world. Enroute to the upper reaches of the glacier, the team begins a 1,500-foot ascent of a never-before climbed rock wall.

  • 12:00

    Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold (Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold)

    Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold (Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold)

    Alex and the team are hit by deadly ice fall as they make a first ascent of an unnamed 1,500-foot rock wall. They then set out on the first-ever crossing of the Renland Ice Cap where they face snowstorms and deep, deadly crevasses. After surviving a whiteout, they battle to get off the ice and get their first glimpse of the 4000-foot sea cliff Ingmikortilaq, their final climbing objective.

  • 12:45

    Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold (Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold)

    Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold (Arctic Ascent with Alex Honnold)

    The final stage of the epic Greenland expedition gets underway. Alex and the other professional climbers begin their ascent of one of the biggest unclimbed walls on the planet, and discover that it could be the most dangerous climb they've ever attempted. Meanwhile the science team get some unexpected results about one of the most important glaciers in Greenland.

  • 13:35

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation

    En route from Singapore to Perth, Qantas Airways Flight 72 takes a sudden nosedive over the Indian Ocean. Sudden G-forces are so violent passengers are lifted out of their seats. A series of over-speed and stall warnings flood the cockpit display, and it's clear something is terribly wrong. An experienced fighter pilot, the captain manages to safely land the plane. It's up to Australian investigators to uncover the mysterious and potentially deadly malfunction that's putting one of the world's most popular planes at risk.

  • 14:20

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation

    When basketball legend Kobe Bryant is killed in a helicopter crash in Los Angeles, investigators look for clues amid a global outpouring of grief.

  • 15:05

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation (Air Crash Investigation)

    Air Crash Investigation

    Only minutes after takeoff, a fire breaks out on Saudia Flight 163. The crew manages to turn the L-1011 around and land in Riyadh, but then the fire quickly engulfs the plane, killing all 301 people board. It's one of the deadliest aviation disasters of all time, and it's up to investigators to determine both the cause of the fire—and why it spread so quickly once the plane was on the ground.

  • 15:50

    Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin (Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin (Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin

    Explorer Albert Lin tackles the deserts and mountains of Oman, searching for the legendary lost land of Magan, a forgotten Arabian civilization, whose precious exports supercharged the most powerful empires, of the Bronze Age. Albert abseils into vast desert chasms, discovers remote clifftop tombs, and uses cutting-edge technology to unravel the mystery of this extraordinary lost world.

  • 16:30

    Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin (Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin (Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin

    In the remote deserts of Sudan Albert Lin goes in search of the lost capital city of the Kingdom of Kush, whose rulers once conquered and ruled the ancient Egyptian Empire. Armed with scanning technology never used for archaeology in Sudan before Albert's expedition takes him to a flooded tomb beneath a 2500 year old pyramid and a sacred mountain believed to be the birthplace of the gods.

  • 17:15

    Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin (Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin (Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities Revealed with Albert Lin

    Explorer Albert Lin searches Israel for the lost city of the Canaanites, a mysterious civilisation who survived a biblical era, climate apocalypse. The expedition takes him scuba diving for 4000-year-old shipwreck treasure and through a terrifying incident on a crumbling cliff face. Using extraordinary tech, Albert reveals a spectacular maritime world, built by these ancient climate survivors.

  • 18:00

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin

    For thousands of years before Stonehenge was built, the same area was inhabited by a mysterious, ancient people. Albert Lin goes on an epic adventure across England and Scandinavia to discover their secrets while a team of archaeologists uncover a unique stone structure that just might have been the reason Stonehenge was built.

  • 18:45

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin

    National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin travels to the mountains of Peru to discover the origins of its most famous site, Machu Picchu. Using LiDAR technology Albert finds proof of the people who came before the Inca, and treks high into the mountains to find their homes and ceremonial sites. Gathering the evidence, Albert reveals that the Inca city may have been inspired by another, even older civilisation.

  • 19:30

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin

    National Geographic explorer and scientist Albert Lin travels to Acre, Israel, in search of the lost fortunes of the mysterious Knights Templar.

  • 20:15

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin

    National Geographic Explorer Albert Lin travels to Petra, Jordan, to discover the origins of the famous city. He finds out that it was built by the Nabataeans, a mysterious civilisation who learnt how to survive in the desert. He tracks down evidence of their cities and temples, and reveals that the ancient city of Petra was part of a much bigger network than he ever imagined.

  • 21:00

    Buried Secrets of the Bible with Albert Lin (Buried Secrets of the Bible with Albert Lin)

    Buried Secrets of the Bible with Albert Lin (Buried Secrets of the Bible with Albert Lin)

    Buried Secrets of the Bible with Albert Lin

    Could real events lie behind the parting of the Red Sea and the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah? To solve these mysteries, high-tech explorer Albert Lin will use satellites, drones, and space age technology to look beneath the earths surface and reveal secrets that have been buried for thousands of years. He will visit the sites of ancient cataclysms and reveal the long lost cities that lie at the heart of some of the Bibles most iconic epics.

  • 21:45

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin

    National Geographic explorer and scientist Albert Lin travels to Micronesia, in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, to uncover the ancient island city of Nan Madol. Exploring the tombs, temples and ritual sites, all built upon man-made islands now shrouded by centuries of jungle growth, Albert discovers not just a city, but an entire ocean continent spanning thousands of miles.

  • 22:30

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin (Lost Cities with Albert Lin)

    Lost Cities with Albert Lin

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

  • 23:15

    Underworld, Inc. (Underworld, Inc.)

    Underworld, Inc. (Underworld, Inc.)

    Underworld, Inc.

    For migrants crossing illegally from Mexico to the United States, surviving in the desert alone can be a brutal experience. But add to that threats from people traffickers, many of whom are affiliated with cartels, and immigrants can face extortion, miserable conditions at "stash houses" and sometimes even being forced into prostitution. Once in the traffickers clutches, migrants become a sort of human cargo, treated as nothing but business assets to the ruthless organized criminals holding them hostage. This story is told from the inside, in the words of the migrants and from the mouths of the people smuggling foot soldiers.

  • 00:00

    Underworld, Inc. (Underworld, Inc.)

    Underworld, Inc. (Underworld, Inc.)

    Underworld, Inc.

    The global black market kidney trade is thriving. Legal supply can't meet the demand. This has created a shady underworld of mercenary brokers, middlemen and corrupt doctors. For big money, they exploit vulnerable donors and desperate recipients alike.

  • 00:45

    Drain the Oceans (Drain the Oceans)

    Drain the Oceans (Drain the Oceans)

    Drain the Oceans

    Drain the Oceans unlocks the secrets of how the Roman Empire controlled the seas of the Ancient world and how it harnessed the power of volcanoes to defy nature itself. It reveals the extraordinary secrets of one of the oldest shipwrecks in the world, and unearths a port lost for centuries under Italian soil.