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06:00
While they may seem cute and cuddly, penguins create a lot of very smelly waste which Mike discovers when he heads to Audubon Zoo in New Orleans to work as a keeper for the day. [AL]
06:45
Mike heads to McShane's bell making factory to see how horse manure is used in the production process. He also helps out the US Army as they rid a sea barrier of built up sediment. [AL]
07:30
Mike is in New Orleans helping fight the mosquito infestation which has hit the city. With the aid of an army of tiny fish, Mike is at the front line in the war against the pests. [AL]
08:15
For his latest dirty vocation, Mike tries his hand at breeding rare and exotic insects. Also, Mike is in Tennessee helping revive some of the state's famous fainting goats. [AL]
09:00
Join the intrepid Mike Rowe as he heads to a farm specialising in making garden pots from cow manure. He also visits California to check out the state's salmon population. [AL]
09:45
Buddy is teaching the basics like Spaghetti Marinara, a simple Green Salad and Perfect Italian Chicken Cutlet. And Grace stops by to learn how to make a Zabaglione. [AL]
10:10
Buddy cooks a traditional Sunday meal of grissini breadsticks with prosciutto and blue cheese, and a classic meat and tomato sauce dish called Sunday Gravy. [AL]
10:30
Buddy hopes to woo Lisa on Valentine's Day with king crab legs and garlic butter, roasted prime rib, and sweet vanilla cupcakes. Will she be seduced? [AL]
10:55
Buddy cooks some simple 'go to' dishes ideal for last minute guests, like his famous caponata dip and ricotta ravioli. But how do you roast a chicken in a hurry? [AL]
11:15
Today Buddy is cooking Danny's favourite dishes - and he has several - including shrimp linguini, oven roasted tomatoes, pizza bread, and baked sausages. [AL]
11:40
Buddy is cooking broccoli and cream with crispy halibut fingers for the kids. But they seem more interested in their chocolate chip ice cream sandwich dessert. [AL]
12:00
Buddy checks out the farmers market to find the freshest vegetables for his squash casserole and classic Swiss chard. Will Grandma's aubergine also be a hit? [AL]
12:25
Buddy reveals the recipes for some simple family favourites including chicken piccata, sautéed mushrooms, roast potatoes and a sweet cocoa-hazelnut creme. Tuck in. [AL]
12:45
Buddy cooks bacon pancakes, frittata, and waffles in this breakfast special. Plus, what have Buddy's kids taught him about homemade chocolate milk? [AL]
13:10
How can you cook well for a big family on a limited budget? Find out as Buddy prepares affordable meals like Mama's chicken, pasta fagiole and fried zucchini. [AL]
13:30
Many rules are broken when buying clothes and getting tattoos. Kate and Rebecca decide to take up modelling careers, and Abe and Rebecca's families show up in NY to take them home. [AL-T]
14:15
Rebecca comes face to face with her past, while Sabrina struggles to connect with her ethnic roots. Plus, romance blossoms between two cast-mates. [AL-T]
15:00
Jeremiah takes issue with Abe when he refuses to hang out in a strip club with him, and Sabrina is thrilled to meet a gay man. Plus, the girls get waxed. [AL-T]
15:45
Abe proposes to Rebecca and then finds out that she was once married to another man; is it the end of their relationship? Plus, Sabrina finally meets her dad. [AL-T]
16:30
Everyone makes an emotional return to their families and communities, but will they be embraced or shunned, and how will this affect their decisions about the future? [AL-T]
17:15
Pete builds an adventure-themed treehouse for a family of explorers in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. This two-storey masterpiece is packed with novelties. [AL]
18:00
With some extra special holiday help, Pete and his crew build a magical Alpine-style treehouse perfect for Santa and Mrs Claus. Will the eccentric family like it? [AL]
18:45
Two sisters ask Pete to build a bear observation treehouse on their 1000-acre property. Pete creates his first ever mid-century decagon house with glass walls. [AL]
19:30
Pete builds a butterfly-themed treehouse in a cluster of 6 trees, featuring a climbing net and loft. Will the residents of the therapeutic centre like it? [AL]
20:15
An arborist pushes the team's skills to the limit, requesting a tri-level residence a dizzying 60-feet up in three giant redwood trees. Will they deliver? [AL]
21:00
Stan gets a surprise visit from an old friend and the reunion sparks opportunity for a risky mining operation. Charlie tests his son Bob's recovery with an epic hunt. [AL-T]
21:45
Brook and Brian help Marc vet four new products, including a shirt that changes colours as muscles heat up and a non-glue that dries at your command. [6-G]
22:30
At an Oklahoma wind farm, Mike finds that being green is dirtier work than he had imagined. Then, in Kentucky, he cleans out a sinkhole which has been moonlighting as a rubbish dump. [AL]
23:15
When a young man is executed in Indianapolis, conflicting witness statements cloud the investigation. Can detectives unravel the truth and catch a killer? [12-GA]
00:00
A missing man's abandoned truck is recovered. Indianapolis homicide detectives suspect foul play, but without a body, can they prove that he was murdered? [12-GA]
00:45
A man is found dead in his home, lying in a pool of blood. The victim was a faith-based counsellor who helped homeless people. Was the murderer someone he knew? [12-GA]
01:30
When a couple are executed in their home, detectives quickly identify suspects from phone records, but they all give contradictory statements. Who pulled the trigger? [12-GA]
02:15
Sergeant Jeff Breedlove investigates the gruesome murder of a retired factory worker. With no witnesses at the scene, he turns to the family for answers. [12-AT]
03:00
While they may seem cute and cuddly, penguins create a lot of very smelly waste which Mike discovers when he heads to Audubon Zoo in New Orleans to work as a keeper for the day. [AL]
03:45
Mike heads to McShane's bell making factory to see how horse manure is used in the production process. He also helps out the US Army as they rid a sea barrier of built up sediment. [AL]
04:30
Mike is in New Orleans helping fight the mosquito infestation which has hit the city. With the aid of an army of tiny fish, Mike is at the front line in the war against the pests. [AL]
05:15
For his latest dirty vocation, Mike tries his hand at breeding rare and exotic insects. Also, Mike is in Tennessee helping revive some of the state's famous fainting goats. [AL]
06:00
Pete builds an adventure-themed treehouse for a family of explorers in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. This two-storey masterpiece is packed with novelties. [AL]
06:45
With some extra special holiday help, Pete and his crew build a magical Alpine-style treehouse perfect for Santa and Mrs Claus. Will the eccentric family like it? [AL]
07:30
Two sisters ask Pete to build a bear observation treehouse on their 1000-acre property. Pete creates his first ever mid-century decagon house with glass walls. [AL]
08:15
Pete builds a butterfly-themed treehouse in a cluster of 6 trees, featuring a climbing net and loft. Will the residents of the therapeutic centre like it? [AL]
09:00
An arborist pushes the team's skills to the limit, requesting a tri-level residence a dizzying 60-feet up in three giant redwood trees. Will they deliver? [AL]
09:45
The team travels to Nepal in search of the infamous Yeti. They visit monasteries to examine relics and travel into the dense forests of the Himalayas.
10:30
The $12 billion CityCenter is an extraordinary urban resort. Join host Danny Forster as he explores how this development aspires to change the city. [AL]
11:15
Join host Danny Forster as he explores the largest football stadium ever constructed in America, with room for 100,000 fans. [AL]
12:00
Danny Forster explores the LPD17, a new assault ship for the US Navy that can launch over 700 Marines and equipment on helicopters and hovercrafts. [AL]
12:45
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it. [AL]
13:30
Buddy takes the bakery gang fishing to get inspiration for a lean mean shark cake. Plus, Buddy has a birthday surprise for Mauro and Madeline. [AL]
13:55
Buddy is asked to bake a cake that looks like a loo and flushes too. He takes on the job but is it going to stink out his kitchen? [AL]
14:15
Buddy and four aspiring little bakers bake a Make-A-Wish cake. Buddy also plans to wow with a special hot air balloon cake. [AL]
14:40
Buddy is planning a giant cake for the New York City's annual Columbus Day parade. The cake ends up so big that it needs a forklift to lift it. [AL]
15:00
Buddy and his team are challenged to bake two cakes. One is for a surprise marriage proposal and one is a special story book cake inspired by his daughter. [AL]
15:25
Buddy takes on a new baking challenge. He gets a request from two hockey-loving boys who want a full size arcade-style hockey table cake with moving figures. [AL]
15:45
The crew make a massive cake in celebration of Groundhog Day for Staten Island Chuck. They also receive an unusual request for a girl's birthday party. [AL]
16:10
The bakery gets a surprise visit from wrestler Santino Morella as he shows off some trademark moves and orders a massive Road to Wrestlemania cake. [AL]
16:30
A fashion designer commissions Buddy to make seven fashion-inspired cakes that models will carry down the runway. But will Buddy be on style? [AL]
16:55
With an operation imminent, can Buddy bake a spectacular 8-tier cake for a Flower Show and a yummy life-size accountant cake for the tax season celebrations? [AL]
17:15
Many rules are broken when buying clothes and getting tattoos. Kate and Rebecca decide to take up modelling careers, and Abe and Rebecca's families show up in NY to take them home. [AL-T]
18:00
Rebecca comes face to face with her past, while Sabrina struggles to connect with her ethnic roots. Plus, romance blossoms between two cast-mates. [AL-T]
18:45
Jeremiah takes issue with Abe when he refuses to hang out in a strip club with him, and Sabrina is thrilled to meet a gay man. Plus, the girls get waxed. [AL-T]
19:30
Abe proposes to Rebecca and then finds out that she was once married to another man; is it the end of their relationship? Plus, Sabrina finally meets her dad. [AL-T]
20:15
Everyone makes an emotional return to their families and communities, but will they be embraced or shunned, and how will this affect their decisions about the future? [AL-T]
21:00
The competitors pair up to create a huge theme cake, but when Buddy presents the immunity challenge, will it be every baker for themselves? [AL]
22:05
A client orders a giant flip flop cake and the team happily obliges. Later a school asks Buddy to bake a scrummy kid-friendly cake for their students. [AL]
22:30
Stan gets a surprise visit from an old friend and the reunion sparks opportunity for a risky mining operation. Charlie tests his son Bob's recovery with an epic hunt. [AL-T]
23:15
When a man is killed in Indianapolis, Detective Beavers suspects the crime is drug related. But conflicting testimonies complicate efforts to find the killer. [12-AT]
00:00
Jeremy Swift is shot during a robbery and Detective Moore has to find out who is guilty. Swift's friend survives but is he giving police the full story? [12-AT]
00:45
A body is found burnt beyond recognition. Detective Mannina gets a positive ID but the victim's criminal background throws up countless suspects. Can she find the killer? [12-AT]
01:30
Detectives Moore and Lappin investigate a student's murder. They play one suspect off another to elicit a confession, but a prison phone call changes everything. [12-AT]
02:15
A man is shot on Indy's east side. Since the girlfriend was an eyewitness, Detective Tom Tudor hopes she's able to provide useful information. [12-AT]
03:00
Nick heads to a group of desert islands in Panama where strange things have been happening. He meets the pygmy sloth and discovers a frog with an identity crisis. [AL]
03:45
Chief investigator Charles Jantzen rescues 37 dogs from a house fire. Later, rescue technician Roman Leal crawls down a drain to save five stranded puppies. [9-A]
04:30
It's a busy day for investigator Trischa Price as she seizes three starving horses, before saving some trapped kittens and helping three abandoned puppies. [9-A]
05:15
Kristie Franks has a difficult job trying to herd up 20 cats in the overrun house of a hoarder, while Debbie Michielson rescues a horse with an injury to its leg. [9-A]
06:00
An arborist pushes the team's skills to the limit, requesting a tri-level residence a dizzying 60-feet up in three giant redwood trees. Will they deliver? [AL]
06:45
Join the intrepid Mike Rowe as he heads to a farm specialising in making garden pots from cow manure. He also visits California to check out the state's salmon population. [AL]
07:30
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it. [AL]
08:15
Today Buddy is cooking Danny's favourite dishes - and he has several - including shrimp linguini, oven roasted tomatoes, pizza bread, and baked sausages. [AL]
08:40
Buddy is cooking broccoli and cream with crispy halibut fingers for the kids. But they seem more interested in their chocolate chip ice cream sandwich dessert. [AL]
09:00
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]
09:45
Everyone makes an emotional return to their families and communities, but will they be embraced or shunned, and how will this affect their decisions about the future? [AL-T]
10:30
Join the intrepid Mike Rowe as he heads to a farm specialising in making garden pots from cow manure. He also visits California to check out the state's salmon population. [AL]
11:15
An arborist pushes the team's skills to the limit, requesting a tri-level residence a dizzying 60-feet up in three giant redwood trees. Will they deliver? [AL]
12:00
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it. [AL]
12:45
Today Buddy is cooking Danny's favourite dishes - and he has several - including shrimp linguini, oven roasted tomatoes, pizza bread, and baked sausages. [AL]
13:10
Buddy is cooking broccoli and cream with crispy halibut fingers for the kids. But they seem more interested in their chocolate chip ice cream sandwich dessert. [AL]
13:30
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]
14:15
Everyone makes an emotional return to their families and communities, but will they be embraced or shunned, and how will this affect their decisions about the future? [AL-T]
15:00
Stonecutters Bridge has a 1018m span and is an engineering marvel. Host Danny Forster travels to China's south coast to climb it. [AL]
15:45
Join the intrepid Mike Rowe as he heads to a farm specialising in making garden pots from cow manure. He also visits California to check out the state's salmon population. [AL]
16:30
A couple dreams of a lighthouse treehouse atop a seawall along the coast of Washington. But the team are faced with a logistical nightmare due to its location. [AL]
17:15
Buddy checks out the farmers market to find the freshest vegetables for his squash casserole and classic Swiss chard. Will Grandma's aubergine also be a hit? [AL]
17:40
Buddy reveals the recipes for some simple family favourites including chicken piccata, sautéed mushrooms, roast potatoes and a sweet cocoa-hazelnut creme. Tuck in. [AL]
18:00
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]
18:45
Everyone makes an emotional return to their families and communities, but will they be embraced or shunned, and how will this affect their decisions about the future? [AL-T]
19:30
In danger of becoming obsolete, the Panama Canal is benefitting from a $5.25 billion expansion project. Host Danny Forster explores. [AL]
20:15
Mike gets his hands dirty digging tunnels that are used as underground wine caverns. He also meets some loggers who use mules to drag their felled trees away. [AL]
21:00
Villagers unite when bears descend on Tanana. Courtney risks her life to protect her family while Joey and others protect the town from a group of bears. [AL-T]
21:45
The cast members return home to their communities to decide if they will stay Anabaptist or leave their old lives behind and do things on their own terms. [AL-T]
22:30
Buddy checks out the farmers market to find the freshest vegetables for his squash casserole and classic Swiss chard. Will Grandma's aubergine also be a hit? [AL]
22:55
Buddy reveals the recipes for some simple family favourites including chicken piccata, sautéed mushrooms, roast potatoes and a sweet cocoa-hazelnut creme. Tuck in. [AL]
23:15
Two women are shot in a car. Police learn that the 911 caller may have been dating one of the victims. Was he trying to cover himself by reporting the crime? [12-AT]
00:00
In danger of becoming obsolete, the Panama Canal is benefitting from a $5.25 billion expansion project. Host Danny Forster explores. [AL]
00:45
A couple dreams of a lighthouse treehouse atop a seawall along the coast of Washington. But the team are faced with a logistical nightmare due to its location. [AL]
01:30
Mike gets his hands dirty digging tunnels that are used as underground wine caverns. He also meets some loggers who use mules to drag their felled trees away. [AL]
02:15
Two women are shot in a car. Police learn that the 911 caller may have been dating one of the victims. Was he trying to cover himself by reporting the crime? [12-AT]
03:00
Villagers unite when bears descend on Tanana. Courtney risks her life to protect her family while Joey and others protect the town from a group of bears. [AL-T]
03:45
The cast members return home to their communities to decide if they will stay Anabaptist or leave their old lives behind and do things on their own terms. [AL-T]
04:30
In danger of becoming obsolete, the Panama Canal is benefitting from a $5.25 billion expansion project. Host Danny Forster explores. [AL]
05:15
Buddy checks out the farmers market to find the freshest vegetables for his squash casserole and classic Swiss chard. Will Grandma's aubergine also be a hit? [AL]
05:40
Buddy reveals the recipes for some simple family favourites including chicken piccata, sautéed mushrooms, roast potatoes and a sweet cocoa-hazelnut creme. Tuck in. [AL]