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06:00
When it becomes apparent that a group of cats are in peril, the investigators from the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals swoop into action. [9-A]
06:45
Mike Rowe travels to California to join the coast guard as they clean dirty buoys in San Francisco Bay. He then makes his way to Oregon to make cedar shakes and shingles. [AL]
07:30
Meeting the kings of construction behind the most exciting construction projects, this episode features the world's longest suspension bridge. [AL]
08:15
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. [AL]
08:40
Pizza night is getting an upgrade. Buddy's cousins, Mark and Vinny, come by and lend a hand to make some tasty and unique pizza recipes that are sure to be a hit. [AL]
09:00
Four eccentric but passionate sasquatch enthusiasts embark on one single-minded mission: to find the elusive creature known as Bigfoot.
09:45
The Hoffmans are on the gold. Desperate to hit gold, Parker bulldozes a dangerous road up the side of a mountain and Fred returns to Porcupine Creek. [AL-T]
10:30
Mike Rowe travels to California to join the coast guard as they clean dirty buoys in San Francisco Bay. He then makes his way to Oregon to make cedar shakes and shingles. [AL]
11:15
When it becomes apparent that a group of cats are in peril, the investigators from the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals swoop into action. [9-A]
12:00
Meeting the kings of construction behind the most exciting construction projects, this episode features the world's longest suspension bridge. [AL]
12:45
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. [AL]
13:10
Pizza night is getting an upgrade. Buddy's cousins, Mark and Vinny, come by and lend a hand to make some tasty and unique pizza recipes that are sure to be a hit. [AL]
13:30
Four eccentric but passionate sasquatch enthusiasts embark on one single-minded mission: to find the elusive creature known as Bigfoot.
14:15
The Hoffmans are on the gold. Desperate to hit gold, Parker bulldozes a dangerous road up the side of a mountain and Fred returns to Porcupine Creek. [AL-T]
15:00
Meeting the kings of construction behind the most exciting construction projects, this episode features the world's longest suspension bridge. [AL]
15:45
Mike Rowe travels to California to join the coast guard as they clean dirty buoys in San Francisco Bay. He then makes his way to Oregon to make cedar shakes and shingles. [AL]
16:30
Follow the work of the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals as they tackle cases of cruelty and neglect, and promote animal welfare. [9-A]
17:15
Who says eating light has to be boring? Buddy and his cousin are making some dishes that will be a hit with the weight-conscience. And you won't want to miss dessert. [AL]
17:40
Buddy prepares tasty chocolate recipes, including the mouth-watering black forest roulade and chocolate creme brulée. Plus, Mauro and Joey make chocolate profiteroles. [AL]
18:00
Four eccentric but passionate sasquatch enthusiasts embark on one single-minded mission: to find the elusive creature known as Bigfoot.
18:45
The Hoffmans are on the gold. Desperate to hit gold, Parker bulldozes a dangerous road up the side of a mountain and Fred returns to Porcupine Creek. [AL-T]
19:30
Meet the kings behind the construction of the California Academy of Sciences. Much of the technology being used is untried and untested. [AL]
20:15
Join host Mike Rowe as he gets down and dirty making handmade bricks in South Carolina. Later, Mike masters the art of cranberry farming in Oregon. [AL]
21:00
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]
21:45
The Hoffmans realise they are losing gold from the end of their sluices so they have to rebuild. At Smith Creek, Parker turns lumberjack to get to his gold. [AL-T]
22:30
Who says eating light has to be boring? Buddy and his cousin are making some dishes that will be a hit with the weight-conscience. And you won't want to miss dessert. [AL]
22:55
Buddy prepares tasty chocolate recipes, including the mouth-watering black forest roulade and chocolate creme brulée. Plus, Mauro and Joey make chocolate profiteroles. [AL]
23:15
Marshall committed his first contract killing at age 19. After years of planning he escaped prison and used his skills as a hardened drug runner to remain a free man.
00:00
Meet the kings behind the construction of the California Academy of Sciences. Much of the technology being used is untried and untested. [AL]
00:45
Follow the work of the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals as they tackle cases of cruelty and neglect, and promote animal welfare. [9-A]
01:30
Join host Mike Rowe as he gets down and dirty making handmade bricks in South Carolina. Later, Mike masters the art of cranberry farming in Oregon. [AL]
02:15
Marshall committed his first contract killing at age 19. After years of planning he escaped prison and used his skills as a hardened drug runner to remain a free man.
03:00
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]
03:45
The Hoffmans realise they are losing gold from the end of their sluices so they have to rebuild. At Smith Creek, Parker turns lumberjack to get to his gold. [AL-T]
04:30
Meet the kings behind the construction of the California Academy of Sciences. Much of the technology being used is untried and untested. [AL]
05:15
Who says eating light has to be boring? Buddy and his cousin are making some dishes that will be a hit with the weight-conscience. And you won't want to miss dessert. [AL]
05:40
Buddy prepares tasty chocolate recipes, including the mouth-watering black forest roulade and chocolate creme brulée. Plus, Mauro and Joey make chocolate profiteroles. [AL]
06:00
Follow the work of the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals as they tackle cases of cruelty and neglect, and promote animal welfare. [9-A]
06:45
Join host Mike Rowe as he gets down and dirty making handmade bricks in South Carolina. Later, Mike masters the art of cranberry farming in Oregon. [AL]
07:30
Meet the kings behind the construction of the California Academy of Sciences. Much of the technology being used is untried and untested. [AL]
08:15
Who says eating light has to be boring? Buddy and his cousin are making some dishes that will be a hit with the weight-conscience. And you won't want to miss dessert. [AL]
08:40
Buddy prepares tasty chocolate recipes, including the mouth-watering black forest roulade and chocolate creme brulée. Plus, Mauro and Joey make chocolate profiteroles. [AL]
09:00
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]
09:45
The Hoffmans realise they are losing gold from the end of their sluices so they have to rebuild. At Smith Creek, Parker turns lumberjack to get to his gold. [AL-T]
10:30
Join host Mike Rowe as he gets down and dirty making handmade bricks in South Carolina. Later, Mike masters the art of cranberry farming in Oregon. [AL]
11:15
Follow the work of the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals as they tackle cases of cruelty and neglect, and promote animal welfare. [9-A]
12:00
Meet the kings behind the construction of the California Academy of Sciences. Much of the technology being used is untried and untested. [AL]
12:45
Who says eating light has to be boring? Buddy and his cousin are making some dishes that will be a hit with the weight-conscience. And you won't want to miss dessert. [AL]
13:10
Buddy prepares tasty chocolate recipes, including the mouth-watering black forest roulade and chocolate creme brulée. Plus, Mauro and Joey make chocolate profiteroles. [AL]
13:30
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]
14:15
The Hoffmans realise they are losing gold from the end of their sluices so they have to rebuild. At Smith Creek, Parker turns lumberjack to get to his gold. [AL-T]
15:00
Meet the kings behind the construction of the California Academy of Sciences. Much of the technology being used is untried and untested. [AL]
15:45
Join host Mike Rowe as he gets down and dirty making handmade bricks in South Carolina. Later, Mike masters the art of cranberry farming in Oregon. [AL]
16:30
Animal cruelty investigators join forces with Texas police officers in an attempt to smash one of the biggest dog fighting rings in US history. [9-A]
17:15
Buddy and Mauro make a feast for Lisa and Madeline. On the menu: steak au poivre, frisee salad with pancetta and poached egg, a potato gratin and eclairs. [AL]
17:40
The best way to entertain is making sure there's time to talk to guests. Buddy demonstrates simple recipes to avoid any worries about being stuck in the kitchen. [AL]
18:00
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]
18:45
The Hoffmans realise they are losing gold from the end of their sluices so they have to rebuild. At Smith Creek, Parker turns lumberjack to get to his gold. [AL-T]
19:30
Construction on the Hallandsas tunnel in Sweden was begun in 1992, but due to engineering disasters the deadline has been moved to 2015. Will it ever be finished? [AL]
20:15
In California's Death Valley, Mike gets his hands dirty preparing for a gem and mineral show. Later, he helps save injured birds from a nearby salt lake. [AL]
21:00
Four Amish and one Mennonite leave the only home they've ever known to find out whether there is 'more to life'. How will they deal with the outside world? [AL]
21:45
With the wash plant ready, the Hoffman crew has their first clean-out of the season. Pressure mounts at Big Nugget when John decides to shut the wash plant down. [AL-T]
22:30
Buddy and Mauro make a feast for Lisa and Madeline. On the menu: steak au poivre, frisee salad with pancetta and poached egg, a potato gratin and eclairs. [AL]
22:55
The best way to entertain is making sure there's time to talk to guests. Buddy demonstrates simple recipes to avoid any worries about being stuck in the kitchen. [AL]
23:15
After a row Michael shoots his wife. With his mother's help he flees to Mexico, remarries under a false name, and has a child. Will he get away with murder? [9-A]
00:00
Construction on the Hallandsas tunnel in Sweden was begun in 1992, but due to engineering disasters the deadline has been moved to 2015. Will it ever be finished? [AL]
00:45
Animal cruelty investigators join forces with Texas police officers in an attempt to smash one of the biggest dog fighting rings in US history. [9-A]
01:30
In California's Death Valley, Mike gets his hands dirty preparing for a gem and mineral show. Later, he helps save injured birds from a nearby salt lake. [AL]
02:15
After a row Michael shoots his wife. With his mother's help he flees to Mexico, remarries under a false name, and has a child. Will he get away with murder? [9-A]
03:00
Four Amish and one Mennonite leave the only home they've ever known to find out whether there is 'more to life'. How will they deal with the outside world? [AL]
03:45
With the wash plant ready, the Hoffman crew has their first clean-out of the season. Pressure mounts at Big Nugget when John decides to shut the wash plant down. [AL-T]
04:30
Construction on the Hallandsas tunnel in Sweden was begun in 1992, but due to engineering disasters the deadline has been moved to 2015. Will it ever be finished? [AL]
05:15
Buddy and Mauro make a feast for Lisa and Madeline. On the menu: steak au poivre, frisee salad with pancetta and poached egg, a potato gratin and eclairs. [AL]
05:40
The best way to entertain is making sure there's time to talk to guests. Buddy demonstrates simple recipes to avoid any worries about being stuck in the kitchen. [AL]
06:00
Animal cruelty investigators join forces with Texas police officers in an attempt to smash one of the biggest dog fighting rings in US history. [9-A]
06:45
In California's Death Valley, Mike gets his hands dirty preparing for a gem and mineral show. Later, he helps save injured birds from a nearby salt lake. [AL]
07:30
Construction on the Hallandsas tunnel in Sweden was begun in 1992, but due to engineering disasters the deadline has been moved to 2015. Will it ever be finished? [AL]
08:15
Buddy and Mauro make a feast for Lisa and Madeline. On the menu: steak au poivre, frisee salad with pancetta and poached egg, a potato gratin and eclairs. [AL]
08:40
The best way to entertain is making sure there's time to talk to guests. Buddy demonstrates simple recipes to avoid any worries about being stuck in the kitchen. [AL]
09:00
Four Amish and one Mennonite leave the only home they've ever known to find out whether there is 'more to life'. How will they deal with the outside world? [AL]
09:45
With the wash plant ready, the Hoffman crew has their first clean-out of the season. Pressure mounts at Big Nugget when John decides to shut the wash plant down. [AL-T]
10:30
In California's Death Valley, Mike gets his hands dirty preparing for a gem and mineral show. Later, he helps save injured birds from a nearby salt lake. [AL]
11:15
Animal cruelty investigators join forces with Texas police officers in an attempt to smash one of the biggest dog fighting rings in US history. [9-A]
12:00
Construction on the Hallandsas tunnel in Sweden was begun in 1992, but due to engineering disasters the deadline has been moved to 2015. Will it ever be finished? [AL]
12:45
Buddy and Mauro make a feast for Lisa and Madeline. On the menu: steak au poivre, frisee salad with pancetta and poached egg, a potato gratin and eclairs. [AL]
13:10
The best way to entertain is making sure there's time to talk to guests. Buddy demonstrates simple recipes to avoid any worries about being stuck in the kitchen. [AL]
13:30
Four Amish and one Mennonite leave the only home they've ever known to find out whether there is 'more to life'. How will they deal with the outside world? [AL]
14:15
With the wash plant ready, the Hoffman crew has their first clean-out of the season. Pressure mounts at Big Nugget when John decides to shut the wash plant down. [AL-T]
15:00
Construction on the Hallandsas tunnel in Sweden was begun in 1992, but due to engineering disasters the deadline has been moved to 2015. Will it ever be finished? [AL]
15:45
In California's Death Valley, Mike gets his hands dirty preparing for a gem and mineral show. Later, he helps save injured birds from a nearby salt lake. [AL]
16:30
When investigators from the Houston SPCA respond to a call at a livery stable they find themselves in a life or death battle to save a severely neglected horse. [9-A]
17:15
Viewers from across America sent their recipes to Buddy and he's making his favourites, including stuffed hot peppers and Nana's shortbread. [AL]
17:40
Buddy's preparing Father P's favourite foods today. He is making Seared Scallops in Lemon Butter, Stuffed Leg of Lamb, and Polenta with Portabella Mushrooms. [AL]
18:00
Four Amish and one Mennonite leave the only home they've ever known to find out whether there is 'more to life'. How will they deal with the outside world? [AL]
18:45
With the wash plant ready, the Hoffman crew has their first clean-out of the season. Pressure mounts at Big Nugget when John decides to shut the wash plant down. [AL-T]
19:30
Examining some the Earth's most devastating floods, from the storm surge of hurricane Katrina to the misery caused by the Boscastle flood in Cornwall. [AL]
20:15
Join Mike Rowe as he takes on some of the dirtiest jobs in New York City. First he scales a skyscraper to build a water tower on the roof before trying his hand at lift repair. [AL]
21:00
The crew nearby come to blows on the Northwestern, and a deckhand on the Wizard falls asleep at the wheel sending the boat hurtling toward nearby vessels. [AL-T]
21:45
Jack Hoffman's excavator gets stranded and requires emergency surgery. And the crew fine-tunes their wash plant which doubles their efficiency at finding gold. [AL-T]
22:30
Viewers from across America sent their recipes to Buddy and he's making his favourites, including stuffed hot peppers and Nana's shortbread. [AL]
22:55
Buddy's preparing Father P's favourite foods today. He is making Seared Scallops in Lemon Butter, Stuffed Leg of Lamb, and Polenta with Portabella Mushrooms. [AL]
23:15
Scott hires a man to kill a friend's wife, but the hit fails and four others are murdered. He flees but can't adjust to life without his wife. [9-A]
00:00
Examining some the Earth's most devastating floods, from the storm surge of hurricane Katrina to the misery caused by the Boscastle flood in Cornwall. [AL]
00:45
When investigators from the Houston SPCA respond to a call at a livery stable they find themselves in a life or death battle to save a severely neglected horse. [9-A]
01:30
Join Mike Rowe as he takes on some of the dirtiest jobs in New York City. First he scales a skyscraper to build a water tower on the roof before trying his hand at lift repair. [AL]
02:15
Scott hires a man to kill a friend's wife, but the hit fails and four others are murdered. He flees but can't adjust to life without his wife. [9-A]
03:00
The crew nearby come to blows on the Northwestern, and a deckhand on the Wizard falls asleep at the wheel sending the boat hurtling toward nearby vessels. [AL-T]
03:45
Jack Hoffman's excavator gets stranded and requires emergency surgery. And the crew fine-tunes their wash plant which doubles their efficiency at finding gold. [AL-T]
04:30
Examining some the Earth's most devastating floods, from the storm surge of hurricane Katrina to the misery caused by the Boscastle flood in Cornwall. [AL]
05:15
Viewers from across America sent their recipes to Buddy and he's making his favourites, including stuffed hot peppers and Nana's shortbread. [AL]
05:40
Buddy's preparing Father P's favourite foods today. He is making Seared Scallops in Lemon Butter, Stuffed Leg of Lamb, and Polenta with Portabella Mushrooms. [AL]