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06:00
When trainee agent Derrick Schlitter responds to an emergency call in north Philadelphia, he ends up seeking justice for a puppy left dead in a backyard. [9-A]
06:45
Mikey is back from rehab and ready to make amends. Meanwhile, OCC are building a Black Widow Bike for pool champion Jeanette Lee. [AL-T]
07:30
Danny Forster is in Kuwait where the world's tallest twisting structure, the Al Hamra tower, is build. Clad in limestone, it is capped by a 17-story open restaurant. [AL]
08:10
Buddy celebrates Joe's firefighter promotion by making a fire truck and burning building cake. Later, the team makes a Bocce themed cake for a charity tournament. [AL]
08:35
Buddy makes a Cinco De Mayo cake for a local mariachi band's fiesta and a local salon requests a spa inspired cake. But will the results wow the crowd? [AL]
08:55
South Carolina waitress and mum Joyce focuses all of her energy on couponing. In Michigan, Aprille bribes her co-workers with snacks from her stockpile. [AL]
09:20
Louisiana couponer Lisa hopes to spend $15 for a month's worth of family groceries. April plans to feed 300 guests at her daughter's quinceanera for under $100. [AL]
09:40
Dan reminds Kat that he's taking time off from the shop to record some songs with his band. Meanwhile, Paulie's frustration with not getting any work builds to a head. [AL]
10:25
Mikey is back from rehab and ready to make amends. Meanwhile, OCC are building a Black Widow Bike for pool champion Jeanette Lee. [AL-T]
11:05
When trainee agent Derrick Schlitter responds to an emergency call in north Philadelphia, he ends up seeking justice for a puppy left dead in a backyard. [9-A]
11:50
Danny Forster is in Kuwait where the world's tallest twisting structure, the Al Hamra tower, is build. Clad in limestone, it is capped by a 17-story open restaurant. [AL]
12:35
Buddy celebrates Joe's firefighter promotion by making a fire truck and burning building cake. Later, the team makes a Bocce themed cake for a charity tournament. [AL]
13:00
Buddy makes a Cinco De Mayo cake for a local mariachi band's fiesta and a local salon requests a spa inspired cake. But will the results wow the crowd? [AL]
13:20
South Carolina waitress and mum Joyce focuses all of her energy on couponing. In Michigan, Aprille bribes her co-workers with snacks from her stockpile. [AL]
13:45
Louisiana couponer Lisa hopes to spend $15 for a month's worth of family groceries. April plans to feed 300 guests at her daughter's quinceanera for under $100. [AL]
14:05
Dan reminds Kat that he's taking time off from the shop to record some songs with his band. Meanwhile, Paulie's frustration with not getting any work builds to a head. [AL]
14:50
Danny Forster is in Kuwait where the world's tallest twisting structure, the Al Hamra tower, is build. Clad in limestone, it is capped by a 17-story open restaurant. [AL]
15:35
Mikey is back from rehab and ready to make amends. Meanwhile, OCC are building a Black Widow Bike for pool champion Jeanette Lee. [AL-T]
16:20
Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA respond to a call concerning abandoned animals. But nothing can prepare them for what they discover inside a kitchen fridge. [9-A]
17:05
The Friendly Bake Shop in Frankfort, New York, is a family legacy at risk of closing its doors. It's up to Cake Boss Buddy Valastro to give the bakery a much-needed makeover. [AL]
17:50
South Carolina waitress and mum Joyce focuses all of her energy on couponing. In Michigan, Aprille bribes her co-workers with snacks from her stockpile. [AL]
18:15
Louisiana couponer Lisa hopes to spend $15 for a month's worth of family groceries. April plans to feed 300 guests at her daughter's quinceanera for under $100. [AL]
18:35
Kat is celebrating a new positive outlook by going blonde and getting a tattoo of musical idol Johnette Napolitano. Aubry doesn't show up for work, leaving LA Ink short-staffed. [AL]
19:20
Danny Forster explores the ambitious $500 billion US dollar Al Raha Beach development in Abu Dhabi. How are engineers building on land reclaimed from the sea? [AL]
20:05
The team attempt to make a bike for Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox baseball team while Paul Jr works hard to get his new company off the ground. [AL-T]
20:50
Todd has to rebuild his turbo trammel, whilst Indian River faces a shutdown, and the Dakota boys investigate whether the Glory Hole is truly an ancient waterfall. [AL-T]
21:35
When trainee agent Derrick Schlitter responds to an emergency call in north Philadelphia, he ends up seeking justice for a puppy left dead in a backyard. [9-A]
22:20
The Friendly Bake Shop in Frankfort, New York, is a family legacy at risk of closing its doors. It's up to Cake Boss Buddy Valastro to give the bakery a much-needed makeover. [AL]
23:05
John Noble looks at Phillip Zimbardo's notorious 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment. Plus, why did a doctor inject himself with a lethal dose of cocaine? [9-A]
23:50
Danny Forster explores the ambitious $500 billion US dollar Al Raha Beach development in Abu Dhabi. How are engineers building on land reclaimed from the sea? [AL]
00:35
Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA respond to a call concerning abandoned animals. But nothing can prepare them for what they discover inside a kitchen fridge. [9-A]
01:15
The team attempt to make a bike for Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox baseball team while Paul Jr works hard to get his new company off the ground. [AL-T]
02:00
John Noble looks at Phillip Zimbardo's notorious 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment. Plus, why did a doctor inject himself with a lethal dose of cocaine? [9-A]
02:45
Todd has to rebuild his turbo trammel, whilst Indian River faces a shutdown, and the Dakota boys investigate whether the Glory Hole is truly an ancient waterfall. [AL-T]
03:30
Kat is celebrating a new positive outlook by going blonde and getting a tattoo of musical idol Johnette Napolitano. Aubry doesn't show up for work, leaving LA Ink short-staffed. [AL]
04:10
Danny Forster explores the ambitious $500 billion US dollar Al Raha Beach development in Abu Dhabi. How are engineers building on land reclaimed from the sea? [AL]
04:55
The Friendly Bake Shop in Frankfort, New York, is a family legacy at risk of closing its doors. It's up to Cake Boss Buddy Valastro to give the bakery a much-needed makeover. [AL]
05:40
It's all about Buddy's favourite herbs when he serves a brunch that includes an Italian take on French toast, basil infused omelettes and roast rosemary potatoes. [AL]
06:00
The team attempt to make a bike for Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox baseball team while Paul Jr works hard to get his new company off the ground. [AL-T]
06:45
The team build a bike for the Iraq Star Foundation. Kristy Swanson, Gary Sinise, Jon Voight and other Hollywood stars turn out to support the cause. [AL-T]
07:30
OCC are building a trike for a client. Plus, Paul Sr learns that Mikey is in rehab and wonders if there is any hope of salvaging their strained relationship. [AL-T]
08:10
Mikey is back from rehab and ready to make amends. Meanwhile, OCC are building a Black Widow Bike for pool champion Jeanette Lee. [AL-T]
08:55
Paul Jr drops by to check out the wheelchair chopper being built for the Reeve Foundation. But it's clear the family rift still stings. [AL-T]
09:40
A cake for a family of professional arm wrestlers gives Buddy a chance to flex his baking muscles and Mauro enlists his kids' help to plan a birthday surprise. [AL]
10:05
Next Great Baker Ashley is getting married, and Buddy agrees to make the wedding and groom's cake. Will Buddy be able to deliver the cake of her dreams? [AL]
10:25
Buddy's making one of his weirdest cakes ever for a man who is like a human garbage disposal when it comes to eating and a couple wants a tow truck wedding cake. [AL]
10:45
Buddy gets an order for a Low Rider car cake that really bounces and a promoter wants a Coliseum cake. Later, Buddy and the team take a yoga class, Hoboken-style. [AL]
11:05
Buddy creates a Samurai cake for the 50th anniversary of a New York martial arts school. Also, Buddy makes a patriotic cake for the Mayor of Jersey City. [AL]
11:30
Buddy is making a goalie cake for the NHL Draft, to be delivered on live television. A wedding cake is made for a couple celebrating 50 years of marriage. [AL]
11:50
Buddy celebrates Joe's firefighter promotion by making a fire truck and burning building cake. Later, the team makes a Bocce themed cake for a charity tournament. [AL]
12:15
Buddy makes a Cinco De Mayo cake for a local mariachi band's fiesta and a local salon requests a spa inspired cake. But will the results wow the crowd? [AL]
12:35
The Friendly Bake Shop in Frankfort, New York, is a family legacy at risk of closing its doors. It's up to Cake Boss Buddy Valastro to give the bakery a much-needed makeover. [AL]
13:20
Danny is in Olmos, Peru, to see how one of the deepest tunnels ever attempted will deliver water to drought-ridden farmers; but can this ambitious project succeed? [AL]
14:05
Danny Forster explores the ambitious $500 billion US dollar Al Raha Beach development in Abu Dhabi. How are engineers building on land reclaimed from the sea? [AL]
14:50
Danny Forster visits NASA to find out about the ambitious new Constellation Program. Plus, how will the Ares rocket change the future of American space exploration? [AL]
15:35
Danny is in Singapore, where the world's first Skypark is being built on top of three skyscrapers. Watch as he helps with some of the heaviest lifts ever tried. [AL]
16:20
Danny Forster is in Kuwait where the world's tallest twisting structure, the Al Hamra tower, is build. Clad in limestone, it is capped by a 17-story open restaurant. [AL]
17:05
This special episode of Animal Cops Philadelphia exposes America's puppy mills: large scale commercial breeding kennels where standards are poor. [9-A]
17:50
A dog is brought in with its hair so matted it can hardly see, and a man is suspected of violence towards three cats. [9-A]
18:35
Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA are horrified to discover a dead horse and thirteen others living in deplorable conditions at a farm in North Pennsylvania. [9-A]
19:20
Officers for the Pennsylvania SPCA mount a sting on a man suspected of breeding puppies in a basement in the centre of Philadelphia. [9-A]
20:05
Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA respond to a call concerning abandoned animals. But nothing can prepare them for what they discover inside a kitchen fridge. [9-A]
20:50
Ben Hanlin helps Wayne Houchin to emulate the great magician Harry Houdini in a dangerous underwater escape. But will they pull off their audacious attempt? [AL]
21:15
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
21:35
A look at how the amazing, and massive, decorations on Mardi Gras carnival floats are created, how rock candy is twisted together, and a look at how dentures are made. [AL]
22:00
More everyday items go under the microscope with a look at how objects such as lace and unicycle wheel hubs are made. [AL]
22:20
In Alaska, The Dakota Boys continue their hunt for millions in gold at the bottom of the glory hole. Meanwhile, in the Klondike Parker has shut down his operation. [AL-T]
23:05
Detective Lesia Moore finds a man shot dead in a parking lot. There are no suspects and the only lead is a gold car that may hold the key to the detective's case. [12-AT]
23:50
Detective Beavers works on the murder of a jewellery store owner. Beavers must enlist the help of the victim's family and friends to lead him to the killer. [12-AT]
00:35
Detective Breedlove investigates the murder of a man who is found wrapped in a carpet. Witnesses help Breedlove identify a suspect - who vanishes into thin air. [12-AT]
01:15
John Noble explores why scientists wanted the dead body of Alexis St Martin whilst he was still alive. Plus, he looks at a song linked to suicide. [9-A]
02:00
John Noble investigates the scientist, Egas Moniz, who invented the highly controversial lobotomy procedure and was then shot six times by a patient. [9-A]
02:45
The team attempt to make a bike for Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox baseball team while Paul Jr works hard to get his new company off the ground. [AL-T]
03:30
The team build a bike for the Iraq Star Foundation. Kristy Swanson, Gary Sinise, Jon Voight and other Hollywood stars turn out to support the cause. [AL-T]
04:10
OCC are building a trike for a client. Plus, Paul Sr learns that Mikey is in rehab and wonders if there is any hope of salvaging their strained relationship. [AL-T]
04:55
Mikey is back from rehab and ready to make amends. Meanwhile, OCC are building a Black Widow Bike for pool champion Jeanette Lee. [AL-T]
05:40
Buddy cooks some classics, like bolognese, spaghetti carbonara and orzo salad. But when Mama and Sergio stop by to help out, will too many cooks spoil the broth? [AL]
06:00
This special episode of Animal Cops Philadelphia exposes America's puppy mills: large scale commercial breeding kennels where standards are poor. [9-A]
06:45
A dog is brought in with its hair so matted it can hardly see, and a man is suspected of violence towards three cats. [9-A]
07:30
Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA are horrified to discover a dead horse and thirteen others living in deplorable conditions at a farm in North Pennsylvania. [9-A]
08:10
Officers for the Pennsylvania SPCA mount a sting on a man suspected of breeding puppies in a basement in the centre of Philadelphia. [9-A]
08:55
Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA respond to a call concerning abandoned animals. But nothing can prepare them for what they discover inside a kitchen fridge. [9-A]
09:40
Danny is in Olmos, Peru, to see how one of the deepest tunnels ever attempted will deliver water to drought-ridden farmers; but can this ambitious project succeed? [AL]
10:25
Danny Forster explores the ambitious $500 billion US dollar Al Raha Beach development in Abu Dhabi. How are engineers building on land reclaimed from the sea? [AL]
11:05
Danny Forster visits NASA to find out about the ambitious new Constellation Program. Plus, how will the Ares rocket change the future of American space exploration? [AL]
11:50
Danny is in Singapore, where the world's first Skypark is being built on top of three skyscrapers. Watch as he helps with some of the heaviest lifts ever tried. [AL]
12:35
Danny Forster is in Kuwait where the world's tallest twisting structure, the Al Hamra tower, is build. Clad in limestone, it is capped by a 17-story open restaurant. [AL]
13:20
A cake for a family of professional arm wrestlers gives Buddy a chance to flex his baking muscles and Mauro enlists his kids' help to plan a birthday surprise. [AL]
13:45
Next Great Baker Ashley is getting married, and Buddy agrees to make the wedding and groom's cake. Will Buddy be able to deliver the cake of her dreams? [AL]
14:05
Buddy's making one of his weirdest cakes ever for a man who is like a human garbage disposal when it comes to eating and a couple wants a tow truck wedding cake. [AL]
14:30
Buddy gets an order for a Low Rider car cake that really bounces and a promoter wants a Coliseum cake. Later, Buddy and the team take a yoga class, Hoboken-style. [AL]
14:50
Buddy creates a Samurai cake for the 50th anniversary of a New York martial arts school. Also, Buddy makes a patriotic cake for the Mayor of Jersey City. [AL]
15:15
Buddy is making a goalie cake for the NHL Draft, to be delivered on live television. A wedding cake is made for a couple celebrating 50 years of marriage. [AL]
15:35
Buddy celebrates Joe's firefighter promotion by making a fire truck and burning building cake. Later, the team makes a Bocce themed cake for a charity tournament. [AL]
16:00
Buddy makes a Cinco De Mayo cake for a local mariachi band's fiesta and a local salon requests a spa inspired cake. But will the results wow the crowd? [AL]
16:20
The Friendly Bake Shop in Frankfort, New York, is a family legacy at risk of closing its doors. It's up to Cake Boss Buddy Valastro to give the bakery a much-needed makeover. [AL]
17:05
The team attempt to make a bike for Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox baseball team while Paul Jr works hard to get his new company off the ground. [AL-T]
17:50
The team build a bike for the Iraq Star Foundation. Kristy Swanson, Gary Sinise, Jon Voight and other Hollywood stars turn out to support the cause. [AL-T]
18:35
OCC are building a trike for a client. Plus, Paul Sr learns that Mikey is in rehab and wonders if there is any hope of salvaging their strained relationship. [AL-T]
19:20
Mikey is back from rehab and ready to make amends. Meanwhile, OCC are building a Black Widow Bike for pool champion Jeanette Lee. [AL-T]
20:05
Paul Jr drops by to check out the wheelchair chopper being built for the Reeve Foundation. But it's clear the family rift still stings. [AL-T]
20:50
South Carolina waitress and mum Joyce focuses all of her energy on couponing. In Michigan, Aprille bribes her co-workers with snacks from her stockpile. [AL]
21:10
Louisiana couponer Lisa hopes to spend $15 for a month's worth of family groceries. April plans to feed 300 guests at her daughter's quinceanera for under $100. [AL]
21:35
Todd has to rebuild his turbo trammel, whilst Indian River faces a shutdown, and the Dakota boys investigate whether the Glory Hole is truly an ancient waterfall. [AL-T]
22:20
Ben Hanlin helps Wayne Houchin to emulate the great magician Harry Houdini in a dangerous underwater escape. But will they pull off their audacious attempt? [AL]
22:45
How do they make pewter flasks, potato salad and hydrogen fuel cells? Find out as more everyday items are put under the microscope. [AL]
23:05
John Noble investigates the scientist, Egas Moniz, who invented the highly controversial lobotomy procedure and was then shot six times by a patient. [9-A]
23:50
Louis Pasteur believed he found a rabies vaccine, but to prove it he had to lie and risk the life of a child - John Noble recounts this moment in medical history. [9-A]
00:35
When surgeon William Scoville attempted a radical new procedure to cure Henry Molaison of his epilepsy, it worked. But it came with a terrible price. [9-A]
01:15
Host John Noble looks at the story of an actress, Hedy Lamarr, who invented a secure way to radio-control torpedoes in WWII. This led to Wi-Fi technology. [9-A]
02:00
John Noble looks at Phillip Zimbardo's notorious 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment. Plus, why did a doctor inject himself with a lethal dose of cocaine? [9-A]
02:45
This special episode of Animal Cops Philadelphia exposes America's puppy mills: large scale commercial breeding kennels where standards are poor. [9-A]
03:30
A dog is brought in with its hair so matted it can hardly see, and a man is suspected of violence towards three cats. [9-A]
04:10
Officers from the Pennsylvania SPCA are horrified to discover a dead horse and thirteen others living in deplorable conditions at a farm in North Pennsylvania. [9-A]
04:55
Officers for the Pennsylvania SPCA mount a sting on a man suspected of breeding puppies in a basement in the centre of Philadelphia. [9-A]
05:40
Buddy serves his favourite spicy foods including pepper steak Valastro, seafood fra diavolo and spicy sautéed peppers. But can his guests handle the heat? [AL]