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06:00
Pete is whipping up a stainless steel kitchen in the trees for a family of candy makers. This sweet treehouse has barrel ceilings and a loft bedroom.
06:45
Two new skippers join the veteran fleet - but when they invade the Wizard's crab grounds, a bigger battle is on. Who will be victorious?
07:30
Space seems like it goes on forever - but does it? New evidence suggests the universe is finite, so what could lie beyond this cosmic border?
08:15
Mozzarella is a staple in Italian food, and Buddy's father-in-law makes it from scratch. Today, we are learning to make it for some of Buddy's favourite dishes.
08:37
Join Buddy and the guys as they chow down on a hearty meal of grilled bacon-wrapped scallops, south Jersey pulled pork, and country-style pork with white beans.
09:00
Unseasonably warm weather sees Jim head up to Brooks Range to look for potential landing strips, and Ferno and Ariel prepare an Eskimo feast for pilot John's return.
09:45
In Bethel, construction crews race to finish Era's newest hangar before the winter snow arrives. But when Jim flies in to inspect the progress, he is far from happy.
10:30
Two new skippers join the veteran fleet - but when they invade the Wizard's crab grounds, a bigger battle is on. Who will be victorious?
11:15
Pete is whipping up a stainless steel kitchen in the trees for a family of candy makers. This sweet treehouse has barrel ceilings and a loft bedroom.
12:00
Space seems like it goes on forever - but does it? New evidence suggests the universe is finite, so what could lie beyond this cosmic border?
12:45
Mozzarella is a staple in Italian food, and Buddy's father-in-law makes it from scratch. Today, we are learning to make it for some of Buddy's favourite dishes.
13:07
Join Buddy and the guys as they chow down on a hearty meal of grilled bacon-wrapped scallops, south Jersey pulled pork, and country-style pork with white beans.
13:30
Unseasonably warm weather sees Jim head up to Brooks Range to look for potential landing strips, and Ferno and Ariel prepare an Eskimo feast for pilot John's return.
14:15
In Bethel, construction crews race to finish Era's newest hangar before the winter snow arrives. But when Jim flies in to inspect the progress, he is far from happy.
15:00
Pete creates a treehouse for two tastemakers. Featuring a wall of windows and a rooftop crow's nest, this could be the coolest treehouse ever built.
15:45
Two new skippers join the veteran fleet - but when they invade the Wizard's crab grounds, a bigger battle is on. Who will be victorious?
16:30
Space seems like it goes on forever - but does it? New evidence suggests the universe is finite, so what could lie beyond this cosmic border?
17:15
Buddy shows how to bring the steakhouse home, making an iceberg wedge with gorgonzola, a rib-eye steak and sauce with creamed spinach and buttermilk onion rings.
17:37
Buddy is cooking poultry. Nothing gets his mouth watering like his tamari and garlic chicken with coconut rice, sausage-stuffed turkey rollatini and chicken francaise.
18:00
Yuri wants to fly a 208 Caravan and is training in Bethel in hope of promotion when heavy ice forms on the wings. Meanwhile, Jim welcomes a greenhorn to the team.
18:45
Doug is sent on a risky mission to deliver volatile explosives to the island of St Lawrence, while in Unk, Ben has a shock when he crashes into a large bird mid-flight.
19:30
Time is a defining feature of the known universe - but does it even exist? Some of the world's top physicists challenge a fundamental understanding of reality.
20:15
New skippers Scott Campbell Jr, who helms the Seabrooke, and Elliot Neese, on the Ramblin' Rose, continue to challenge the veteran captains.
21:00
Yuri wants to fly a 208 Caravan and is training in Bethel in hope of promotion when heavy ice forms on the wings. Meanwhile, Jim welcomes a greenhorn to the team.
21:45
Doug is sent on a risky mission to deliver volatile explosives to the island of St Lawrence, while in Unk, Ben has a shock when he crashes into a large bird mid-flight.
22:30
A man is found dead from poisoning and his wife and stepdaughter are suspected of murder. The investigation takes an unexpected twist when one suspect attempts to kill the other.
23:15
Buddy shows how to bring the steakhouse home, making an iceberg wedge with gorgonzola, a rib-eye steak and sauce with creamed spinach and buttermilk onion rings.
23:37
Buddy is cooking poultry. Nothing gets his mouth watering like his tamari and garlic chicken with coconut rice, sausage-stuffed turkey rollatini and chicken francaise.
00:00
Time is a defining feature of the known universe - but does it even exist? Some of the world's top physicists challenge a fundamental understanding of reality.
00:45
Pete creates a treehouse for two tastemakers. Featuring a wall of windows and a rooftop crow's nest, this could be the coolest treehouse ever built.
01:30
New skippers Scott Campbell Jr, who helms the Seabrooke, and Elliot Neese, on the Ramblin' Rose, continue to challenge the veteran captains.
02:15
A man is found dead from poisoning and his wife and stepdaughter are suspected of murder. The investigation takes an unexpected twist when one suspect attempts to kill the other.
03:00
Yuri wants to fly a 208 Caravan and is training in Bethel in hope of promotion when heavy ice forms on the wings. Meanwhile, Jim welcomes a greenhorn to the team.
03:45
Doug is sent on a risky mission to deliver volatile explosives to the island of St Lawrence, while in Unk, Ben has a shock when he crashes into a large bird mid-flight.
04:30
Time is a defining feature of the known universe - but does it even exist? Some of the world's top physicists challenge a fundamental understanding of reality.
05:15
Buddy shows how to bring the steakhouse home, making an iceberg wedge with gorgonzola, a rib-eye steak and sauce with creamed spinach and buttermilk onion rings.
05:37
Buddy is cooking poultry. Nothing gets his mouth watering like his tamari and garlic chicken with coconut rice, sausage-stuffed turkey rollatini and chicken francaise.
06:00
Pete creates a treehouse for two tastemakers. Featuring a wall of windows and a rooftop crow's nest, this could be the coolest treehouse ever built.
06:45
New skippers Scott Campbell Jr, who helms the Seabrooke, and Elliot Neese, on the Ramblin' Rose, continue to challenge the veteran captains.
07:30
Time is a defining feature of the known universe - but does it even exist? Some of the world's top physicists challenge a fundamental understanding of reality.
08:15
Buddy shows how to bring the steakhouse home, making an iceberg wedge with gorgonzola, a rib-eye steak and sauce with creamed spinach and buttermilk onion rings.
08:37
Buddy is cooking poultry. Nothing gets his mouth watering like his tamari and garlic chicken with coconut rice, sausage-stuffed turkey rollatini and chicken francaise.
09:00
The stories of pioneering aviators are often not the truth but flights of fancy. But what is the truth about the Wright brothers' invention of the airplane?
09:23
The truth about America's greatest generals is obscured by myth. But where did George Patton's nickname Blood and Guts really come from?
09:45
Can shooting two guns simultaneously ever be accurate? Do silver bullets really fire straight and true? Kari, Grant & Tori test eight cinematic firearm fables.
10:30
New skippers Scott Campbell Jr, who helms the Seabrooke, and Elliot Neese, on the Ramblin' Rose, continue to challenge the veteran captains.
11:15
Pete creates a treehouse for two tastemakers. Featuring a wall of windows and a rooftop crow's nest, this could be the coolest treehouse ever built.
12:00
Time is a defining feature of the known universe - but does it even exist? Some of the world's top physicists challenge a fundamental understanding of reality.
12:45
Buddy shows how to bring the steakhouse home, making an iceberg wedge with gorgonzola, a rib-eye steak and sauce with creamed spinach and buttermilk onion rings.
13:07
Buddy is cooking poultry. Nothing gets his mouth watering like his tamari and garlic chicken with coconut rice, sausage-stuffed turkey rollatini and chicken francaise.
13:30
The stories of pioneering aviators are often not the truth but flights of fancy. But what is the truth about the Wright brothers' invention of the airplane?
13:53
The truth about America's greatest generals is obscured by myth. But where did George Patton's nickname Blood and Guts really come from?
14:15
Can shooting two guns simultaneously ever be accurate? Do silver bullets really fire straight and true? Kari, Grant & Tori test eight cinematic firearm fables.
15:00
Tree whisperer Pete Nelson designs private escapes up in the treetops for those with a passion to reconnect with nature and awaken their inner child.
15:45
New skippers Scott Campbell Jr, who helms the Seabrooke, and Elliot Neese, on the Ramblin' Rose, continue to challenge the veteran captains.
16:30
Time is a defining feature of the known universe - but does it even exist? Some of the world's top physicists challenge a fundamental understanding of reality.
17:15
Buddy's nostalgic for Rome, so he's making Roman-inspired dishes. His stracciatelli soup, pizza bianca and shrimp Catalan will bring a Roman dining experience to anyone's home.
17:37
Buddy displays the versatility of rich, protein-filled beans with White Bean Bruschetta, Pasta and Ceci Bean Soup, and Pasta with Cannellini Beans and Sausage.
18:00
Era Alaska have a special canine delivery for four-time Iditarod champion Lance Mackey. Plus, how will Jim and Ferno cope on the airline's busiest day of the year?
18:45
There is trouble when a violent snowstorm hits, shutting down western Alaska and leaving Era pilots circling. Ariel's flying lesson ends in disaster.
19:30
Armed with the most ambitious scientific machinery in human history, can physicists discover the secrets hidden within higher dimensions?
20:15
Across the Bering Sea unrewarding crab fishing amongst the fleet causes high tensions and low morale, as empty pots whittle away profits and nerves among the men.
21:00
Era Alaska have a special canine delivery for four-time Iditarod champion Lance Mackey. Plus, how will Jim and Ferno cope on the airline's busiest day of the year?
21:45
There is trouble when a violent snowstorm hits, shutting down western Alaska and leaving Era pilots circling. Ariel's flying lesson ends in disaster.
22:30
In 1980, a woman is found strangled, and the case becomes a 26-year 'who done it?'. DNA taken from three suspects is compared to DNA from the victim and the results are startling.
23:15
Buddy's nostalgic for Rome, so he's making Roman-inspired dishes. His stracciatelli soup, pizza bianca and shrimp Catalan will bring a Roman dining experience to anyone's home.
23:37
Buddy displays the versatility of rich, protein-filled beans with White Bean Bruschetta, Pasta and Ceci Bean Soup, and Pasta with Cannellini Beans and Sausage.
00:00
Armed with the most ambitious scientific machinery in human history, can physicists discover the secrets hidden within higher dimensions?
00:45
Tree whisperer Pete Nelson designs private escapes up in the treetops for those with a passion to reconnect with nature and awaken their inner child.
01:30
Across the Bering Sea unrewarding crab fishing amongst the fleet causes high tensions and low morale, as empty pots whittle away profits and nerves among the men.
02:15
In 1980, a woman is found strangled, and the case becomes a 26-year 'who done it?'. DNA taken from three suspects is compared to DNA from the victim and the results are startling.
03:00
Era Alaska have a special canine delivery for four-time Iditarod champion Lance Mackey. Plus, how will Jim and Ferno cope on the airline's busiest day of the year?
03:45
There is trouble when a violent snowstorm hits, shutting down western Alaska and leaving Era pilots circling. Ariel's flying lesson ends in disaster.
04:30
Armed with the most ambitious scientific machinery in human history, can physicists discover the secrets hidden within higher dimensions?
05:15
Buddy's nostalgic for Rome, so he's making Roman-inspired dishes. His stracciatelli soup, pizza bianca and shrimp Catalan will bring a Roman dining experience to anyone's home.
05:37
Buddy displays the versatility of rich, protein-filled beans with White Bean Bruschetta, Pasta and Ceci Bean Soup, and Pasta with Cannellini Beans and Sausage.
06:00
Captain Phil sadly loses his battle for life while the fleet are out battling a massive storm. But once they find out, they celebrate his life - crabber style!
06:45
Tension runs high on the Northwestern. Edgar Hansen is frustrated and confronts brother Sig. Josh Harris returns to the Cornelia Marie and the crabbing season ends with a mayday.
07:30
Two new skippers join the veteran fleet - but when they invade the Wizard's crab grounds, a bigger battle is on. Who will be victorious?
08:15
New skippers Scott Campbell Jr, who helms the Seabrooke, and Elliot Neese, on the Ramblin' Rose, continue to challenge the veteran captains.
09:00
Across the Bering Sea unrewarding crab fishing amongst the fleet causes high tensions and low morale, as empty pots whittle away profits and nerves among the men.
09:45
Buddy is sharing his favourites, including a light pasta with chickpeas followed by some hearty stuffed pork chops. Then Lisa stops by to make her delicious pudding pie.
10:07
Buddy treats the women in his life to a special meal of their favourites - breaded rack of lamb, minted peas with prosciutto, cappellini with crab sauce, and tiramisu.
10:30
Lidia Bastianich joins Buddy in the kitchen and shares her flounder rollatini with zucchini and anchovies, Italian-American shrimp, and delicious chocolate bread parfait.
10:52
Buddy is cooking Mediterranean fare: roasted branzino with a salt crust, followed by paella. Then, a friend comes over to give Buddy the recipe for his green bean salad.
11:15
Mozzarella is a staple in Italian food, and Buddy's father-in-law makes it from scratch. Today, we are learning to make it for some of Buddy's favourite dishes.
11:37
Join Buddy and the guys as they chow down on a hearty meal of grilled bacon-wrapped scallops, south Jersey pulled pork, and country-style pork with white beans.
12:00
Buddy shows how to bring the steakhouse home, making an iceberg wedge with gorgonzola, a rib-eye steak and sauce with creamed spinach and buttermilk onion rings.
12:22
Buddy is cooking poultry. Nothing gets his mouth watering like his tamari and garlic chicken with coconut rice, sausage-stuffed turkey rollatini and chicken francaise.
12:45
Buddy's nostalgic for Rome, so he's making Roman-inspired dishes. His stracciatelli soup, pizza bianca and shrimp Catalan will bring a Roman dining experience to anyone's home.
13:07
Buddy displays the versatility of rich, protein-filled beans with White Bean Bruschetta, Pasta and Ceci Bean Soup, and Pasta with Cannellini Beans and Sausage.
13:30
In Alaska the Twetos' family-run airline battles the Arctic elements to transport supplies and people to some of the world's most inaccessible areas.
14:15
Luke flies dangerous chemicals to a remote village. And when winter claims its first casualty in Unalakleet, Jim makes arrangements to transport the casket.
15:00
Unseasonably warm weather sees Jim head up to Brooks Range to look for potential landing strips, and Ferno and Ariel prepare an Eskimo feast for pilot John's return.
15:45
In Bethel, construction crews race to finish Era's newest hangar before the winter snow arrives. But when Jim flies in to inspect the progress, he is far from happy.
16:30
Was the universe created by chance or by a god? The latest science shows that the four forces governing our universe are finely tuned, and many think something calibrated them.
17:15
What happens when we die? Do we cease to exist or do we survive in some form? Now, scientists are closer than ever to finding the answer.
18:00
Space seems like it goes on forever - but does it? New evidence suggests the universe is finite, so what could lie beyond this cosmic border?
18:45
Time is a defining feature of the known universe - but does it even exist? Some of the world's top physicists challenge a fundamental understanding of reality.
19:30
Armed with the most ambitious scientific machinery in human history, can physicists discover the secrets hidden within higher dimensions?
20:15
Can shooting two guns simultaneously ever be accurate? Do silver bullets really fire straight and true? Kari, Grant & Tori test eight cinematic firearm fables.
21:00
Buddy is sharing his favourites, including a light pasta with chickpeas followed by some hearty stuffed pork chops. Then Lisa stops by to make her delicious pudding pie.
21:22
Buddy treats the women in his life to a special meal of their favourites - breaded rack of lamb, minted peas with prosciutto, cappellini with crab sauce, and tiramisu.
21:45
Lidia Bastianich joins Buddy in the kitchen and shares her flounder rollatini with zucchini and anchovies, Italian-American shrimp, and delicious chocolate bread parfait.
22:07
Buddy is cooking Mediterranean fare: roasted branzino with a salt crust, followed by paella. Then, a friend comes over to give Buddy the recipe for his green bean salad.
22:30
The stories of pioneering aviators are often not the truth but flights of fancy. But what is the truth about the Wright brothers' invention of the airplane?
22:53
The truth about America's greatest generals is obscured by myth. But where did George Patton's nickname Blood and Guts really come from?
23:15
Caught on surveillance video, a woman is forced into her car and driven away. Detectives have little evidence until her car is found engulfed in flames a week later.
00:00
A woman is found tied to a bed with slashes across her body and next to her on the floor is a man with gunshot wounds. It takes detectives years to unravel this bizarre mystery.
00:45
A pregnant woman is found strangled in her home. Shockingly, her unborn baby has been taken. Can investigators find the child - and the killers?
01:30
A man is found dead from poisoning and his wife and stepdaughter are suspected of murder. The investigation takes an unexpected twist when one suspect attempts to kill the other.
02:15
In 1980, a woman is found strangled, and the case becomes a 26-year 'who done it?'. DNA taken from three suspects is compared to DNA from the victim and the results are startling.
03:00
Pete and Daryl join forces with an inventive treehouse designer to create a 30-sided, sky-high geometric globe for an adventurous family in Seattle.
03:45
Pete finds the perfect treehouse spot for a couple seeking a meditation space. Plus, 20 feet up in a twisting pair of maples, the team creates an energy-infused retreat.
04:30
Pete is whipping up a stainless steel kitchen in the trees for a family of candy makers. This sweet treehouse has barrel ceilings and a loft bedroom.
05:15
Pete creates a treehouse for two tastemakers. Featuring a wall of windows and a rooftop crow's nest, this could be the coolest treehouse ever built.