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06:00
Wayne puts his 1939 Ford Standard Woody Wagon up for auction; will a canoe and fishing poles add to the value of the vehicle or will it sink like the competition?
06:20
Wayne is hired by two car collectors to sell four muscle cars at auction in Kissimmee. Will they go for big money, or get lost in a crowd of 2000 lots?
06:45
Wayne's selling two muscle cars at the Mecum Auction in Kissimmee. Whilst he's there he can't resist bidding for two vintage Jeeps and a Chevy pickup.
07:05
Wayne has a trinity of classic Italian sports cars to auction in Florida, including a 1971 Ferrari Daytona Spyder. Will he make the 1.5 to 2-million-dollar valuation?
07:30
Wayne is auctioning off a 1949 Mercury Woodie Wagon and a rare 1961 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 for a client. Will he be successful at the sale?
07:50
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of the clock, calendar, and calculator.
08:15
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of banks, money, and the stock market.
08:35
Fast-paced and engaging series that explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, arts and ideas.
09:00
Today's fast-paced and engaging origins are on things shaped by consumer behaviour through the ages - hotels, restaurants and department stores.
09:20
Today's incredible origin stories involve neurology, cardiology and oncology - three branches of medicine that increase the quantity and quality of life.
09:45
Danny heads to India to see one of the country's most ambitious undertakings ever, the $2billion expansion of Mumbai Airport.
10:30
Danny heads to Turkey, where, amid the country's most challenging terrain, one of the tallest and strongest dams ever made is being constructed.
11:15
Danny Forster explores the remarkable $12billion project to transform Las Vegas into a thriving modern metropolis, moving away from its current image as a holiday destination.
12:00
The amazing new Dallas Cowboys football stadium will be the largest in the US, holding 100,000 fans in its gigantic 73-acre structure. Danny Forster examines its construction.
12:45
Danny takes a look at the construction of the extraordinary LPD17, a giant vessel designed to transport everything from helicopters to hovercrafts.
13:30
Anthony Bourdain travels to Namibia, where only 10% of the land is arable enough to be farmed. He develops an admiration for the people who live in such a harsh environment.
14:15
In July 2006, Anthony Bourdain and his crew went to Beirut to film 'No Reservations', but became trapped in the conflict that sprung up. This is the story of what they experienced.
15:00
On a visit to Voodoo Doughnuts in Portland, Tony tucks into the bacon and maple variety, before travelling to the coffee-obsessed city of Seattle.
15:45
Tony experiences Russian culture and hospitality at an outdoor flea market. Later, he revels in the grandeur of Red Square and dines at the home of famed painter, Victor Smirnoff.
16:30
Tony meets the Derby Dolls, an all-girl league of roller skaters, before dining at Philippe's restaurant - home of the French dip. Later, he samples the delights of Thai Town.
17:15
Whether it's religious fire-and-brimstone, Armageddon, or visitors from outer space, the US has no shortage of people coming together to get swept up in the fervour.
18:00
At the height of the Cold War, the USA searches for a way to create a generation of 'supersoldiers' who use telepathy to win battles.
18:45
From the ashes of the Confederacy rises a rebel outlaw determined to get rich... and get even. Jesse James is seen by many as a modern-day Robin Hood.
19:30
On a blood-stained frontier where corruption is king, an unlikely hero becomes a crusader for justice... and revenge.
20:15
When one of the frontier's bravest men discovers the limits of the law in Tombstone, he exacts his own brand of justice on the cowboys who shot his brothers.
21:00
Acclaimed director Werner Herzog journeys to frozen Antarctica where one thousand people live in close quarters, risking their lives and sanity in search of cutting-edge science.
22:30
Real heroes are often unsung. From the very first Medal of Honor to an Academy Award, four stories highlight those Americans throughout history who defined the idea of a hero.
23:15
At the Japanese residence in Lima, 72 hostages are taken by Marxist rebels. After 129 days, security forces storm the building.
00:00
Recreating the events that led up to the royal massacre in Nepal when Crown Prince Dipendra gunned down nine members of his own family before killing himself.
00:45
Examining the final moments of the space shuttle Columbia, 'Zero Hour' looks at the events that led to one of the worst disasters in the history of space travel.
01:30
Examining the 1994 hijack of an Air France jet, 'Zero Hour' counts down the final moments of the stand-off as French commandos storm the plane to rescue the 170 hostages on board.
02:15
Anthony Bourdain travels to Namibia, where only 10% of the land is arable enough to be farmed. He develops an admiration for the people who live in such a harsh environment.
03:00
In July 2006, Anthony Bourdain and his crew went to Beirut to film 'No Reservations', but became trapped in the conflict that sprung up. This is the story of what they experienced.
03:45
On a visit to Voodoo Doughnuts in Portland, Tony tucks into the bacon and maple variety, before travelling to the coffee-obsessed city of Seattle.
04:30
Tony experiences Russian culture and hospitality at an outdoor flea market. Later, he revels in the grandeur of Red Square and dines at the home of famed painter, Victor Smirnoff.
05:15
Tony meets the Derby Dolls, an all-girl league of roller skaters, before dining at Philippe's restaurant - home of the French dip. Later, he samples the delights of Thai Town.
06:00
Anthony Bourdain is in Ireland to dispel the myth that the country has terrible food. During his quest, Anthony comes across a shellfish dinner, blood pudding and lots of Guinness.
06:45
Brice sets the team a strict time limit as they make their first ascent to camp. Meanwhile, Betsy has one last climb to prove herself or face not taking part in the challenge.
07:30
Danny Forster travels to New York to investigate the most important public works project in the city's history, the $15billion expansion of the subway system.
08:15
Did aliens help build the Pyramids? Or does the ancient astronauts idea go back to Swiss author Erich von Daniken, whose books challenge religion and science?
09:00
Today's incredible origin stories involve neurology, cardiology and oncology - three branches of medicine that increase the quantity and quality of life.
09:20
Wayne is auctioning off a 1949 Mercury Woodie Wagon and a rare 1961 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 for a client. Will he be successful at the sale?
09:45
Anthony Bourdain heads to Ghana to visit open-air markets, sample locally brewed palm wine and help the local fishermen with their catch.
10:30
The team braves the brutal weather on a climb to the second camp and it's decision time for Brice as he decides who won't be taking part in the ascent.
11:15
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, go behind the scenes at London's impressive Olympic Aquatic Stadium.
12:00
Discover which of America's founding fathers used sex as an instrument of diplomacy and which one secretly scoffed at the divinity of Jesus.
12:45
On route to Naval Station, Norfolk in Virginia - the largest naval base on Earth - HMS Ark Royal needs to refuel, so calls in the help of a naval tanker almost as big as she is.
13:30
Today's incredible origin stories involve neurology, cardiology and oncology - three branches of medicine that increase the quantity and quality of life.
13:50
Wayne is auctioning off a 1949 Mercury Woodie Wagon and a rare 1961 Austin-Healey 3000 Mk I BN7 for a client. Will he be successful at the sale?
14:15
Anthony Bourdain travels to Namibia, where only 10% of the land is arable enough to be farmed. He develops an admiration for the people who live in such a harsh environment.
15:00
Now fully acclimatised, the team leaves base camp and heads for the summit. Despite their proximity to the peak, David and Phurba still have a long way to go to reach their goals.
15:45
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, explore the construction of Serbia's longest bridge.
16:30
Whether it's religious fire-and-brimstone, Armageddon, or visitors from outer space, the US has no shortage of people coming together to get swept up in the fervour.
17:15
HMS Ark Royal has been at sea for four weeks. The crew has some downtime in the Florida sunshine, but for some, shore leave is cancelled as they prepare for a royal visitor.
18:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring radio and television broadcasting, billboards and advertising.
18:20
When the magnetos in Wayne's Bentley break, he knows the only person for the job is mechanic Laurence Anderson. Laurence insists he visits his shop in California.
18:45
Anthony Bourdain loves the hustle and bustle of New York but fears that it's becoming a tourist attraction. With Andrew Zimmern, he rediscovers the magic of this concrete jungle.
19:30
Matt, Danny and Blake embark on a 75 mile journey through Idaho's pristine wilderness. But will they make it through the snowy mountains and powerful rapids?
20:15
The incredible Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong, suspended over a busy waterway, will be more than a kilometre long - a new record for cable-stayed span.
21:00
The series that brings the audience secrets from the cockpit that show how the war on aircraft accidents is being waged.
21:45
When the most famous man in the West outlives his legend, he becomes the target of gunslingers eager to gain fame by shooting him dead.
22:30
Captain Kyd leads the flagship of the Royal Navy, the Ark Royal, on her final voyage as she is stripped of munitions and docks in Portsmouth for the last time.
23:15
Auto-pilot is designed to protect planes from human error, but faults have killed hundreds - could it fail again? Contains reconstructions of accidents.
00:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring radio and television broadcasting, billboards and advertising.
00:20
When the magnetos in Wayne's Bentley break, he knows the only person for the job is mechanic Laurence Anderson. Laurence insists he visits his shop in California.
00:45
Anthony Bourdain loves the hustle and bustle of New York but fears that it's becoming a tourist attraction. With Andrew Zimmern, he rediscovers the magic of this concrete jungle.
01:30
Matt, Danny and Blake embark on a 75 mile journey through Idaho's pristine wilderness. But will they make it through the snowy mountains and powerful rapids?
02:15
The incredible Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong, suspended over a busy waterway, will be more than a kilometre long - a new record for cable-stayed span.
03:00
The series that brings the audience secrets from the cockpit that show how the war on aircraft accidents is being waged.
03:45
When the most famous man in the West outlives his legend, he becomes the target of gunslingers eager to gain fame by shooting him dead.
04:30
Captain Kyd leads the flagship of the Royal Navy, the Ark Royal, on her final voyage as she is stripped of munitions and docks in Portsmouth for the last time.
05:15
Matt, Danny and Blake embark on a 75 mile journey through Idaho's pristine wilderness. But will they make it through the snowy mountains and powerful rapids?
06:00
Anthony Bourdain heads to Ghana to visit open-air markets, sample locally brewed palm wine and help the local fishermen with their catch.
06:45
The team braves the brutal weather on a climb to the second camp and it's decision time for Brice as he decides who won't be taking part in the ascent.
07:30
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, go behind the scenes at London's impressive Olympic Aquatic Stadium.
08:15
Discover which of America's founding fathers used sex as an instrument of diplomacy and which one secretly scoffed at the divinity of Jesus.
09:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring radio and television broadcasting, billboards and advertising.
09:20
When the magnetos in Wayne's Bentley break, he knows the only person for the job is mechanic Laurence Anderson. Laurence insists he visits his shop in California.
09:45
Anthony Bourdain travels to Namibia, where only 10% of the land is arable enough to be farmed. He develops an admiration for the people who live in such a harsh environment.
10:30
Now fully acclimatised, the team leaves base camp and heads for the summit. Despite their proximity to the peak, David and Phurba still have a long way to go to reach their goals.
11:15
Series that explores the world's largest construction projects. In this captivating special, explore the construction of Serbia's longest bridge.
12:00
Whether it's religious fire-and-brimstone, Armageddon, or visitors from outer space, the US has no shortage of people coming together to get swept up in the fervour.
12:45
HMS Ark Royal has been at sea for four weeks. The crew has some downtime in the Florida sunshine, but for some, shore leave is cancelled as they prepare for a royal visitor.
13:30
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring radio and television broadcasting, billboards and advertising.
13:50
When the magnetos in Wayne's Bentley break, he knows the only person for the job is mechanic Laurence Anderson. Laurence insists he visits his shop in California.
14:15
In July 2006, Anthony Bourdain and his crew went to Beirut to film 'No Reservations', but became trapped in the conflict that sprung up. This is the story of what they experienced.
15:00
The climbers continue their gruelling climb of Everest, but Tim is falling behind and Russell threatens to kick him off the team. Meanwhile, David finishes his first traverse.
15:45
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
16:30
At the height of the Cold War, the USA searches for a way to create a generation of 'supersoldiers' who use telepathy to win battles.
17:15
HMS Ark Royal is bound for Nova Scotia with a busy schedule, including a visit from PM David Cameron. But when the ship hits dense fog, the crew must assist an emergency first.
18:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Which breakthrough innovations will be showcased today?
18:20
The 1967 Ferrari GTB four cam goes under the hammer - but will they achieve the price they are looking for? Plus, Wayne is delighted with his new 1958 Porsche Speedster GS/GT.
18:45
In Shanghai, Tony searches for the perfect dumpling and samples the delights of the local street food. Later, he travels to Yangcheng Lake where he discovers Shanghai hairy crab.
19:30
The Odyssey vessel faces a legal battle after they find a wreck containing 17 tons of silver and gold coins. Spain claims the loot came from a Spanish frigate blown up in 1804.
20:15
Danny Forster takes a look at the staggering $5.25 billion project to expand the Panama Canal and restore it to its former glory.
21:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the illuminating history of lighthouses.
21:20
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of fashion, design and architecture.
21:45
As the Wild West becomes settled, hitman Tom Horn kills for men who want to preserve the old order where violence rules all.
22:30
Mike travels to India to see the ancient Chakram, which was used by warriors on horseback. This device is a throwing weapon shaped like a ring with razor-sharp edges.
23:15
Fatigue has left pilots drunk with exhaustion, with fatal results for hundreds - so why is the industry ignoring the issue? Contains reconstructions of accidents.
00:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Which breakthrough innovations will be showcased today?
00:20
The 1967 Ferrari GTB four cam goes under the hammer - but will they achieve the price they are looking for? Plus, Wayne is delighted with his new 1958 Porsche Speedster GS/GT.
00:45
In Shanghai, Tony searches for the perfect dumpling and samples the delights of the local street food. Later, he travels to Yangcheng Lake where he discovers Shanghai hairy crab.
01:30
The Odyssey vessel faces a legal battle after they find a wreck containing 17 tons of silver and gold coins. Spain claims the loot came from a Spanish frigate blown up in 1804.
02:15
Danny Forster takes a look at the staggering $5.25 billion project to expand the Panama Canal and restore it to its former glory.
03:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the illuminating history of lighthouses.
03:20
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Featuring the history of fashion, design and architecture.
03:45
As the Wild West becomes settled, hitman Tom Horn kills for men who want to preserve the old order where violence rules all.
04:30
Engineer Chad Houseknecht and weapons historian Mike Loades create a Roman Scorpion, a giant freestanding crossbow that terrorised the ancient battlefield with its flaming arrows.
05:15
The Odyssey vessel faces a legal battle after they find a wreck containing 17 tons of silver and gold coins. Spain claims the loot came from a Spanish frigate blown up in 1804.