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06:00
Outlaw bikers are often secretive organisations. But are they international crime syndicates, or social clubs for outcasts and nonconformists? Discover the truth.
06:45
Why was Las Vegas a Nazi target for wartime sabotage, a test ground for Atomic Bombs, and a meeting place for 9/11's terrorists? Explore its secrets.
07:30
From the rallies held at Madison Square Garden to the plots to steal the secrets to the nation's weapons of war, the American Nazis terrorised the USA in the 1930s.
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
Discover which of America's founding fathers used sex as an instrument of diplomacy and which one secretly scoffed at the divinity of Jesus.
09:45
The trio head to Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chile, a place referred to as the edge of the world for a gruelling 70-mile trip.
10:30
The guys venture into Costa Rica for an arduous, 4-day, 70-mile jungle adventure, consisting of rappelling down waterfalls and battling whitewater rapids.
11:15
Experience one of the most dangerous expeditions on Earth as we chronicle the journey of a group of everyday people and their attempt to conquer the world's highest mountain.
12:00
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.
12:45
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.
13:30
Danny Forster explores amazing feats of engineering designed by some of the most audacious and innovative manufacturers in the industry.
14:15
Danny heads to India to see one of the country's most ambitious undertakings ever, the $2billion expansion of Mumbai Airport.
15:00
Danny heads to Turkey, where, amid the country's most challenging terrain, one of the tallest and strongest dams ever made is being constructed.
15:45
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.
16:30
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.
17:15
Foodie Anthony Bourdain seeks the world's authentic flavours. What's Bombay like? Enchanting and delicious. With so much great food, it's no wonder he's fallen in love with India.
18:00
Nari, an employee at Anthony's office, persuades him to visit her native country. Anthony gives into pressure; the next thing you know they're in Seoul and the adventure begins.
18:45
In Indonesia, Anthony samples the exquisite cuisine and the beautiful culture, and wonders: what is it about this stunning place that makes foreigners want to 'go bamboo'?
19:30
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.
20:15
Anthony Bourdain heads to Ghana to visit open-air markets, sample locally brewed palm wine and help the local fishermen with their catch.
21:00
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Featuring radio and television broadcasting, billboards and advertising.
21:20
Explore the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects and ideas. Which breakthrough innovations will be showcased today?
21:45
Through detailed examination of the evidence, existing photographs and interviews from eyewitnesses, find out what really happened in the Korean airline disaster.
22:30
Rich and the crew recreate an 1866 Winchester Yellow Boy for a cowboy client. Plus, Renee and Paige bring out an arsenal to host a special shooting event for local firefighters.
23:15
Outlaw bikers are often secretive organisations. But are they international crime syndicates, or social clubs for outcasts and nonconformists? Discover the truth.
00:00
Why was Las Vegas a Nazi target for wartime sabotage, a test ground for Atomic Bombs, and a meeting place for 9/11's terrorists? Explore its secrets.
00:45
From the rallies held at Madison Square Garden to the plots to steal the secrets to the nation's weapons of war, the American Nazis terrorised the USA in the 1930s.
01:30
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?
02:15
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
03:00
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
03:45
HMS Ark Royal embarks on a five-month mission to lead an international task force across the Atlantic in the largest peacetime naval deployment for a decade.
04:30
Days into her international deployment, the Prime Minister orders HMS Ark Royal to rescue stranded British passengers caught in the chaos caused by the Icelandic volcanic eruption.
05:15
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.
06:00
A client asks Wayne to sell a Boyd collection of cars in Idaho. Will he make the late presenter of American Hot Rod proud?
06:20
Wayne has a 1931 Cadillac, and he plans to take it to the RM Auction in Pennsylvania, whilst a recreation of a 1937 Bugatti Atlantique has some braking issues.
06:45
Wayne takes his newly restored 1964 Ferrari Lusso and 1957 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing to auction at Scottsdale; but will these prize cars achieve the prices he is looking for?
07:05
Wayne visits Lee Roy Hartung's amassed assortment of motoring and vintage collectibles includes cars, motorcycles, license plates, and everything in between.
07:30
The late Lee Roy Hartung's legendary collection includes the first Hertz rental car and a 1950 Edwards roadster. Will Wayne win the 1950 Veritas he has set his heart on?
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 theatre, circus, and the cinema.
08:15
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of the seatbelt, helmet, and sunscreen.
08:35
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of the skateboard, mountain bike, and the snowboard.
09:00
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of indoor plumbing, heating, and electricity.
09:20
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of the oven, refrigerator, and the washing machine.
09:45
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
10:30
Danny Forster heads to Melbourne, where after 13 years of extreme droughts, it looks to secure its future with a $3.5 billion desalination plant turning saltwater into freshwater.
11:15
Danny Forster explores amazing feats of engineering designed by some of the most audacious and innovative manufacturers in the industry.
12:00
Danny heads to India to see one of the country's most ambitious undertakings ever, the $2billion expansion of Mumbai Airport.
12:45
Danny heads to Turkey, where, amid the country's most challenging terrain, one of the tallest and strongest dams ever made is being constructed.
13:30
Foodie Anthony Bourdain seeks the world's authentic flavours. What's Bombay like? Enchanting and delicious. With so much great food, it's no wonder he's fallen in love with India.
14:15
Nari, an employee at Anthony's office, persuades him to visit her native country. Anthony gives into pressure; the next thing you know they're in Seoul and the adventure begins.
15:00
In Indonesia, Anthony samples the exquisite cuisine and the beautiful culture, and wonders: what is it about this stunning place that makes foreigners want to 'go bamboo'?
15:45
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.
16:30
Anthony Bourdain heads to Ghana to visit open-air markets, sample locally brewed palm wine and help the local fishermen with their catch.
17:15
Outlaw bikers are often secretive organisations. But are they international crime syndicates, or social clubs for outcasts and nonconformists? Discover the truth.
18:00
Why was Las Vegas a Nazi target for wartime sabotage, a test ground for Atomic Bombs, and a meeting place for 9/11's terrorists? Explore its secrets.
18:45
From the rallies held at Madison Square Garden to the plots to steal the secrets to the nation's weapons of war, the American Nazis terrorised the USA in the 1930s.
19:30
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?
20:15
Discover which of America's founding fathers used sex as an instrument of diplomacy and which one secretly scoffed at the divinity of Jesus.
21:00
Forty years after 'Watergate' entered the American lexicon, award-winning actor Robert Redford returns to the scandal that brought down a president and forever changed a country.
22:30
From worn battle flags to gold engraved pistols, four stories highlight the heroism of individuals throughout history and those who prevailed against all odds.
23:15
Discover how microscopic maintenance problems can mean the difference between life and death for the people on board. Contains reconstructions of accidents.
00:00
Take off is the most dangerous moment of any flight, as proven by the Yak-42 Russian jet crash tragedy in 2011. Investigators analyse the causes.
00:50
The crash of Delta Flight 191 provided new insights into aviation safety. See how evidence from the crash has been used to save lives and make aeroplanes safer for the future.
01:40
The crash of Avianca Flight 52 provided new insights on aviation safety. See how evidence from the crash has been used to save lives and to make aeroplanes safer for the future.
02:25
Foodie Anthony Bourdain seeks the world's authentic flavours. What's Bombay like? Enchanting and delicious. With so much great food, it's no wonder he's fallen in love with India.
03:10
Nari, an employee at Anthony's office, persuades him to visit her native country. Anthony gives into pressure; the next thing you know they're in Seoul and the adventure begins.
04:00
In Indonesia, Anthony samples the exquisite cuisine and the beautiful culture, and wonders: what is it about this stunning place that makes foreigners want to 'go bamboo'?
04:45
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.
05:35
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of the theatre, circus, and the cinema.
06:00
In 'Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations', his journey takes him to people and places far beyond the realm of food, from Iceland to New Zealand and Paris to New Jersey.
06:45
Matt, Danny and Blake rappel into a 500-foot sinkhole to venture into the beautiful and mysterious Mexican territory known as Canón Rio La Venta.
07:30
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
08:15
We'll explore a conspiracy that helped three inmates escape the dungeon of Alcatraz, and discover the remnants of a mysterious military outpost linked to Abraham Lincoln.
09:00
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of the oven, refrigerator, and the washing machine.
09:20
The late Lee Roy Hartung's legendary collection includes the first Hertz rental car and a 1950 Edwards roadster. Will Wayne win the 1950 Veritas he has set his heart on?
09:45
Foodie Anthony Bourdain travels the world seeking authentic flavours. In desolate Rajasthan, he joins a birthday party to experience the local culture - and cuisine, of course.
10:30
The guys head to Belize for a four-day trek through the jungle. Their 75 mile adventure has them facing brutal terrain, heat and humidity, plus wildlife.
11:15
Danny Forster heads to Melbourne, where after 13 years of extreme droughts, it looks to secure its future with a $3.5 billion desalination plant turning saltwater into freshwater.
12:00
Discover the truth behind the UFO cover-up. Did a Nazi flying saucer crash in New Mexico? Are aliens living at Area 51? Or are these rumours to hide the real story?
12:45
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
13:30
Explores the origin of hundreds of the world's most influential inventions, objects, and ideas. Today, we look at the origin of the oven, refrigerator, and the washing machine.
13:50
The late Lee Roy Hartung's legendary collection includes the first Hertz rental car and a 1950 Edwards roadster. Will Wayne win the 1950 Veritas he has set his heart on?
14:15
Foodie Anthony Bourdain seeks the world's authentic flavours. What's Bombay like? Enchanting and delicious. With so much great food, it's no wonder he's fallen in love with India.
15:00
The trio head to Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia, Chile, a place referred to as the edge of the world for a gruelling 70-mile trip.
15:45
Danny Forster explores amazing feats of engineering designed by some of the most audacious and innovative manufacturers in the industry.
16:30
Outlaw bikers are often secretive organisations. But are they international crime syndicates, or social clubs for outcasts and nonconformists? Discover the truth.
17:15
Look at the advanced training techniques that transform ordinary men into smart, inventive soldiers; and delve into what it takes to become a top sniper in the Armed Forces.
18:00
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.
18:20
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?
18:45
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.
19:30
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.
20:15
Danny heads to India to see one of the country's most ambitious undertakings ever, the $2billion expansion of Mumbai Airport.
21:00
From tumbling cranes and exploding pipes in midtown Manhattan to collapsing bridges in Minneapolis; are urban areas overburdening our infrastructure and causing it to crumble?
21:45
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.
22:30
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.
23:15
Azerbaijan is reinventing itself after decades as part of the Soviet Union. Danny Forster goes behind the scenes of Baku's construction projects.
00:00
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.
00:20
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?
00:45
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.
01:30
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.
02:15
Danny heads to India to see one of the country's most ambitious undertakings ever, the $2billion expansion of Mumbai Airport.
03:00
From tumbling cranes and exploding pipes in midtown Manhattan to collapsing bridges in Minneapolis; are urban areas overburdening our infrastructure and causing it to crumble?
03:45
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.
04:30
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.
05:15
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.