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Construction Zone

06:00
Experience the mighty mega shredder. The world's largest recycling machine takes the floor space of an entire factory. It will reduce the equivalent of 450 cars an hour to an unrecognisable pulp. And that's just one part of the 9 million tonnes of scrap metal spit from the jaws of the world's biggest metal shredder every year. Hauling away the fragments of what were once refrigerators and other household goods demands the services of a gargantuan gantry crane. In only 72 hours that crane will fill a 30,000 tonne cargo ship that in turn will lug the precious scraps onto the world metal recycling market.
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Science of Stupid Compilations

06:20
Science of Stupid, Series 7. Dallas Campbell hosts the show that combines serious science with some of the craziest, most spectacular user generated clips ever recorded. In this episode we learn the science behind the fails, when driving on black ice, using food blenders and attempting to bounce off giant inflatables.
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Superstructures: Engineering Marvels

06:40
The engineering behind the Singapore National Stadium, the stadium that holds the record for the largest free-spanning dome in the world, is revealed.
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Car SOS

07:25
Tim and Fuzz have picked up a 1999 Subaru Impreza, a Japanese boy racer car that won titles on the rally tracks and the hearts of many adoring fans. Its two litre, boxer engine set it apart from its rivals. The car's owner Matt has loved Imprezas since he was a boy and bought his dream car 10 years ago as a restoration project but since developing a degenerative back condition which makes physical work almost impossible , his restoration ground to a halt. With Matt in constant pain and forced to give up his job as a carpenter his prized Subaru was put into a garage where it has sat, untouched, for the last few years. Now, Matt's family have contacted Car SOS asking for help in getting the Impreza on the road again.
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Ice Road Rescue

08:10
In Hardanger, two smuglers have driven into a snowbank in the mountains, but it's hard for towing veteran Bjørn Lægreid to believe what's inside the vehicle. At the same time a Türkish driver is stuck in Odda for weeks on end, with summer tires and no driver's license. Tow truck boss Thord Paulsen tries to help with new tires, but there's problems with the payment. In Finnsnes, Northern Norway, Frank Sebulonsen and his apprentice go out to rescue a truck blocking the road, but as he pulls the wires around a tree, they put their lives at risk as things don't go as planned.
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Primal Survivor

08:55
Hazen Audel embarks on a challenging solo sea-faring mission, based on a traditional single-handed ocean voyage to remote fishing grounds undertaken by Bajau sea nomads.
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Wicked Tuna: North vs. South

09:40
A new bluefin season in the Outer Banks finds Northern boats plagued with a new wicked tough Southern fleet in competition for the championship title.
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Car SOS

10:30
Mick, who is suffering from osteoporosis, has a much loved Jaguar E-type in his garage. He is too ill to be able to finish the restoration of his car.
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Wicked Tuna

11:15
Its week two of the bluefin tuna fishing season and the sibling crew on the Pinwheel continue to fish in honor of their fallen mate. Helping them with a morale boost is returning boat Fish Hawk who has a new mate ready for the competition.
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Wicked Tuna

12:05
When a familiar face returns to Gloucester to compete for the title of top bluefin fisherman, the fleet isn't very welcoming. And for one fisherman, the ocean just isn't big enough for the both of them.
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Cold Water Gold

12:50
Richards profitable capelin seining season is finally here, but finding these elusive fish is easier said than done. Immense concentration is essential if Richard is to hit the jackpot. But with Richards 12-year-old son on board and struggling with severe seasickness, concentrating is no simple task. Turbot season has arrived for Conway, and for the first time ever, he will skipper the bruised and battered Sea Doo while his father is out with a back injury.
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Primal Survivor

13:35
Hazen Audel embarks on a challenging solo sea-faring mission, based on a traditional single-handed ocean voyage to remote fishing grounds undertaken by Bajau sea nomads.
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Ice Road Rescue

14:25
In Hardanger, two smuglers have driven into a snowbank in the mountains, but it's hard for towing veteran Bjørn Lægreid to believe what's inside the vehicle. At the same time a Türkish driver is stuck in Odda for weeks on end, with summer tires and no driver's license. Tow truck boss Thord Paulsen tries to help with new tires, but there's problems with the payment. In Finnsnes, Northern Norway, Frank Sebulonsen and his apprentice go out to rescue a truck blocking the road, but as he pulls the wires around a tree, they put their lives at risk as things don't go as planned.
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Air Crash Investigation: Special Report

15:10
Korean Air Cargo Flight #8509 Boeing 747-Freighter Scheduled to return to Seoul via Milan, Italy, Korean Air Cargo Flight #8509 idles on the tarmac at England's Stansted Airport. With a new crew on board and nearly an hour behind schedule, the aircraft finally takes off and climbs to 2,500 feet. But just a few seconds later, the plane banks sharply to the left and slams into a field northeast of London. All four crewmembers die instantly in the huge explosion and a massive crater 30 feet deep marks the point of impact. It is Korean Airlines' fifth major accident in two-and-a-half years and as investigators unravel the case, their search for answers leads them to back Korea.
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Air Crash Investigation

15:55
Just as LAPA Flight 3142 lifts off from a single runway airport in Buenos Aires, the 737 starts shaking violently, and moments later it crashes back to the ground. Hurtling forward at 160 knots, the plane careens past the airport perimeter, crosses a busy highway, and bursts into flames. The disaster leaves an entire nation stunned, but nothing prepares Argentinians for the staggering blunder that caused it.
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Airport Security Colombia

16:40
Officers from Colombian customs, immigration, and law enforcement agencies at El Dorado International Airport make sure national security is the top priority by cracking down on criminals attempting to smuggle illegal goods out of the country while also helping passengers in trouble. In this episode, a man is arrested after security agents find five kilograms of cocaine hidden in his suitcase. Astonished by the discovery, the passenger claims to be innocent and accuses his son in law of having tricked him. Two individuals posing as a couple of young tourists, turn out to be complete strangers carrying cocaine capsules inside their bodies. And then, officers unveil one of the boldest drugs smuggling attempt: a woman holding a cocaine "package" in her genital area. Meanwhile, immigration officers must prevent three passengers from flying to Sweden with forged passports, while trying to figure out their true identity and nationality. Later, drama and tension unfold as they carry an operation involving a charter flight with over 60 Colombians deported from the United States for different crimes.
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Nazi Megastructures

17:25
In June 1940, the Nazis set foot on British soil. The Channel Islands, a British territory since the eleventh century is now under German occupation. Hitler becomes obsessed with keeping control of this small corner of Britain and orders the construction of some of the most fortified structures in the Third Reich.
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Superstructures: Engineering Marvels

18:15
The engineering behind the Singapore National Stadium, the stadium that holds the record for the largest free-spanning dome in the world, is revealed.
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Superstructures: Engineering Marvels

19:00
Germany's Wolfsburg car factory is the largest in the world. This episode uncovers the engineering and production innovations hidden inside it.
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Car SOS

19:45
Tim and Fuzz have picked up a 1999 Subaru Impreza, a Japanese boy racer car that won titles on the rally tracks and the hearts of many adoring fans. Its two litre, boxer engine set it apart from its rivals. The car's owner Matt has loved Imprezas since he was a boy and bought his dream car 10 years ago as a restoration project but since developing a degenerative back condition which makes physical work almost impossible , his restoration ground to a halt. With Matt in constant pain and forced to give up his job as a carpenter his prized Subaru was put into a garage where it has sat, untouched, for the last few years. Now, Matt's family have contacted Car SOS asking for help in getting the Impreza on the road again.
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UFO Europe: Untold Stories

20:30
On 28th January 1994, pilot Jean-Charles Duboc, his co-pilot and an air steward flying an Air France flight from Nice to London see a huge brown object hovering above the outskirts of Paris. Unidentified objects are witnessed flying over the quiet provincial town of Evora, Portugal in 1959. The headmaster of a school grabs a telescope and sees something that seems to "undulate" like a "jellyfish". Danish files reveal two very similar UFO encounters that occur in Denmark some 25 years apart. In both cases a lone driver experiences electrical problems with their car before the engine cuts out and an intense bright light appears above them.
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Seconds from Disaster

21:15
December 3rd 1984. Evening descends on Bhopal, a bustling Indian city of nearly 1 million people, many, factory workers living in the slums surrounding the city. As they cook, eat and prepare for bed, few have any inkling that, in a few terrifying hours, more than 3,000 of them will choke to death in clouds of toxic gas. "MIC" used at the plant to create the pesticide 'Sevin', is one of the most toxic substances known to man. It causes severe damage to the human respiratory system resulting in suffocation by drowning. After years of investigation and analysis; industry experts, workers and survivors testify as to what happened that night in December as Seconds From Disaster uncovers the astonishing chain of events that led to one of the biggest man-made disasters of all time.
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Superstructures: Engineering Marvels

22:05
Germany's Wolfsburg car factory is the largest in the world. This episode uncovers the engineering and production innovations hidden inside it.
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The Border

22:50
Border Patrol agents enlist the help of the A-Star surveillance helicopter to track a suspected smuggling ring, in a high-speed vehicle chase.
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Banged Up Abroad

23:35
When hot-shot street racer Rick learns that his girlfriend is pregnant, he worries that he doesnt earn enough money to support a family. When his friend Jimmy offers him the chance to earn some cash stealing radios from cars, Rick is nervous but tempted. He goes along with Jimmy, as a lookout but soon he is breaking into cars himself. Fuelled by the thrill of easy money he steals again and again, moving his crime spree online. But when one of his victims threatens to kill him unless he returns the money, Rick is desperate. He resorts to organized car theft but is betrayed by his friend and ends up being busted.
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In Their Own Words

00:25
In Their Own Words: Narcos presents the inside-story of how DEA agents and the Colombian National Police brought down the most vicious drug cartel in the world. This program combines never-before-broadcast recordings with rare archival footage, photos and interpretive re-enactments to tell the story of how Pablo Escobar's massive billion-dollar drug empire was taken out.
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Superstructures: Engineering Marvels

01:05
Germany's Wolfsburg car factory is the largest in the world. This episode uncovers the engineering and production innovations hidden inside it.
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Car SOS

01:55
Tim and Fuzz are in south Hampshire to steal away a Golf that's distinctly below par. A 1982 Mk1 GTI that belongs to trainee building surveyor James.
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Car SOS

02:40
A high-end car has sat rotting away for over thirty years. The rebuild culminates in a race against the clock to get the car back to its owner.
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Superstructures: Engineering Marvels

03:25
Germany's Wolfsburg car factory is the largest in the world. This episode uncovers the engineering and production innovations hidden inside it.
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Air Crash Investigation

04:10
Just as LAPA Flight 3142 lifts off from a single runway airport in Buenos Aires, the 737 starts shaking violently, and moments later it crashes back to the ground. Hurtling forward at 160 knots, the plane careens past the airport perimeter, crosses a busy highway, and bursts into flames. The disaster leaves an entire nation stunned, but nothing prepares Argentinians for the staggering blunder that caused it.
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How To Win At Everything

04:55
In this episode we learn how to make a karate fruit salad, perform a splash free dive, make the perfect paper plane, build a cell phone movie projector and improve our memories.
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Science of Stupid Compilations

05:15
Science of Stupid, Series 7. Dallas Campbell hosts the show that combines serious science with some of the craziest, most spectacular user generated clips ever recorded. In this episode we learn the science behind the fails, when bouldering on rock faces, doing flips on wakeboards or diving into foam pits.
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Science of Stupid Compilations

05:35
Science of Stupid, Series 7. Dallas Campbell hosts the show that combines serious science with some of the craziest, most spectacular user generated clips ever recorded. In this episode we learn the science behind the fails, when bouldering on rock faces, doing flips on wakeboards or diving into foam pits.
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