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Cold Water Gold

06:30
An idealistic day of fishing takes a devastating turn for Richard when his tow skiff suddenly capsizes and becomes fully submerged under the boat. As the crew scrambles to recover the boat, they quickly realize a rare 10-thousand dollar piece of sonar equipment is busted, and they cant fish without it. But Richards ultimate test comes when the buyer for his beloved herring backs out. Conway hits bottom literally. Broke and desperate, the urgency to bank a huge haul of capelin forces him into troubled waters. The net they rely on to catch the fish becomes entangled on the ocean floor. Conway must pull himself together to patch up the net and the dwindling crew morale. After a week of shooting his gill nets blindly far out at sea, Paul has nothing to show for it. The turbot are nowhere to be found, and he has to compete with whales for the few that hes able to net. Heading home with nothing to show for it is not an option. But when a sudden storm surrounds them in the middle of the vast ocean, the entire crew is put to the ultimate test.
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Cold Water Gold

07:15
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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Supercar Megabuild

08:00
In this episode, Shane Lynch and Dan Barruffo are given one of their greatest engineering challenges yet. They need to convert a luxury Bentley GT into a Max-Max style, go anywhere off-roader! If they succeed, it'll be the transformation of a life time! If they don't, it'll be them that end up on the scrap heap!
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Ice Road Rescue

08:45
After expanding his territory, rescue-boss Thord meets new challenges he hasn't encountered before. Up in the North Ole Henrik and Roger has to rescue a post-delivery truck, that's tumble over down a ditch. A big rescue to get the mail delivery back on track.
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Ice Road Rescue

09:30
In the south of Norway, a 40-ton snow plough has crashed through a safety barrier and rolled 20 meters down a bank onto a frozen lake. It's the biggest rescue boss Thord and his men tackle this season. After twelve hours working in the heavy snow, they finally manage to get the plough back on the road.
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Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

10:15
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson pilots The Ship of the Imagination as the iconic science series returns for a 21st-century audience.
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Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

11:00
Neil deGrasse Tyson explores the transformation of life through natural and artificial selection, with a look at the evolution of the human eye.
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Dead End Express

11:50
In Hells Canyon, Brice Barnes negotiates the Snake River to reach Temperance Creek ranch, where his tenant Shelly has spotted a cougar on the prowl.
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Dead End Express

12:35
Jeff and Paul Hemann must race to deliver medicine to elderly off-gridders so they can meet an incoming train, but alpha dog refuses to cooperate.
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Ultimate Airport Dubai

13:20
A new plane park has been created to house a fleet of Boeing 777s during the airport's 80 day, billion dollar runway upgrade project, but there is a massive slope to get in and out of it. Pushback Operator Mark Dearden's skills are put to the test as he finds out if he can tow a 300 ton plane down the entry slope without careering out of control. Customs Officers find five huge packages hidden in the bottom of a passenger's luggage. If the powder inside tests positive for heroin, it'll be the biggest drugs haul at the airport in 10 years. And Line Maintenance Engineer Andy Tetley is called onto a plane with a defunct air conditioning system and a temperature of over 110 degrees. He has only a few hours to find out what is wrong and cool it down before it's due to take off.
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Drain the Oceans: Deep Dive

14:05
Under the seas lives a lost graveyard of sunken war ships. Countless vessels from WWI and WWII pepper the seafloor. Among those, some of the most powerful weapons ever built. But with the evidence lost deep beneath the waves, these stories remain cloaked in mystery. Who won the battle of Jutland? And how did a scuttling in Scapa Flow lead to Nazi Germanys advancement in wartime submarines? Scientific data combines with computer graphic will help investigate the lost wrecks of WWI and WWII.
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Drain the Oceans: Deep Dive

14:50
Extreme weather patterns have threatened ships and mariners for centuries. The perfect storm?. towering walls of water, powerful winds and churning seas can overwhelm any ship. What brought down the largest haul of Spanish treasure off the coast of Florida? And what's the truth behind the strange disappearance of the mightiest invasion force of ancient times? Drain the Oceans reveals the secrets of Stormy Seas.
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Megabridges

15:35
Travel from Denmark and Sweden on the world's longest bridge of its kind, the Oresund, which radically changes the map of Scandinavia. Follow the progress of the project, focusing on the challenges that the designers, engineers, and construction teams face. The solutions they employ in tackling three very separate projects, the centerpiece of which is this massive Bridge, challenge traditional building techniques. Find out what extreme equipment, massive supplies, and innovative designs it takes to create this unique ten-mile link.
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Building the Channel Tunnel

16:25
The Channel Tunnel linking Britain with France is one of the seven wonders of the modern world but what did it take to build the longest undersea tunnel ever constructed? We hear from the men and women, who built this engineering marvel. Massive tunnel boring machines gnawed their way through rock and chalk, digging not one tunnel but three; two rail tunnels and a service tunnel. This was a project that would be privately financed; not a penny of public money would be spent on the tunnel. Business would have to put up all the money and take all the risks. This was also a project that was blighted by flood, fire, tragic loss of life and financial bust ups. Today, it stands as an engineering triumph and a testament to what can be achieved when two nations, Britain and France put aside their historic differences and work together.
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Europe from Above

17:10
A spectacular aerial journey across Italy reveals dredging boats in Venice, the ladder top fishermen of Sicily and a winter school for supercars.
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Nazi Megastructures: Battle Ready

17:55
1942, Japan has captured oil rich Burma to secure its growing empire's future. But with its navy decimated at the Battle of Midway it needs a new supply route. The result is a 258 mile railway cut through the toughest terrain known to man. All built using the blood and guts of 200,000 Allied POWs and local laborers. Half of them will die on the tracks or in the terrible camps nearby.
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Viking Warrior Women

18:45
It has always been thought that all Viking warriors were men, but new discoveries are challenging everything we thought we knew. Scientist and National Geographic Explorer Ella Al-Shamahi takes on a quest, using cutting edge science and technology to reveal evidence that elite Viking Warrior Women lived and fought more than a thousand years ago.
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Petra: Secrets of the Ancient Builders

19:30
In the heart of the Jordanian desert, the ancient city of Petra is full of mysteries. How was this architectural prowess achieved more than 2,000 years ago?
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Riddle of the Stone Age Giants

20:15
The discovery of Gobekli Tepe 20 years ago changed our understanding of the history of humankind. Now, newly-discovered skull carvings reveal even more about how and why civilized societies developed.
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Nazi Megastructures

21:00
1942, Japan has captured oil rich Burma to secure its growing empire's future. But with its navy decimated at the Battle of Midway it needs a new supply route. The result is a 258 mile railway cut through the toughest terrain known to man. All built using the blood and guts of 200,000 Allied POWs and local laborers. Half of them will die on the tracks or in the terrible camps nearby.
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Viking Warrior Women

21:45
It has always been thought that all Viking warriors were men, but new discoveries are challenging everything we thought we knew. Scientist and National Geographic Explorer Ella Al-Shamahi takes on a quest, using cutting edge science and technology to reveal evidence that elite Viking Warrior Women lived and fought more than a thousand years ago.
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Save the Titanic: Treasures from the Deep

22:35
Since National Geographic Explorer-at-Large Dr. Robert Ballard discovered the wreck of the RMS Titanic in 1985, the ship of dreams has trailed a wake of speculation and intrigue. Now, shes the object of an international tug-of-war over the fate of a huge collection of artifacts the belongings of passengers lost with the ship. The future of Titanic herself and the treasure trove of artifacts still untouched inside her hull are now uncertain too.
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Ultimate Airport Dubai

23:20
Dubai International, one of the fastest growing airports in the world, is working close to capacity. Delivering ambitious expansion plans while keeping it on track leads to testing times for the staff. Supervisor Mahmoud Alam has a challenge trying to help a Canadian couple bumped off a flight to their dream holiday; David Robson must greet some temperamental VIP passengers; Dispatcher Nizel has a problem when a brand new 389 million dollar A380 goes missing; and time is running out to finish the first phase of the brand new 3.2 billion dollar concourse in just 18 days.
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Ultimate Airport Dubai

00:05
Dubai Airport is nearing full stretch and passenger numbers are growing, so its opening a $3.2 billion dollar extension to Terminal 3 with 20 new departure gates, but not all of it is ready to launch. In Terminal 3, Passenger Operations is coping with a large group of stranded travelers. The Network Control Centre is trying to keep the Emirates fleet on schedule; and a missing passenger and his bags put their curfew-critical flight to Sydney Australia in jeopardy.
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Ultimate Airport Dubai

00:55
Dubai International is the global commuter's crossroads. Though the airport and airlines try to prepare for every eventuality, more than one million passengers every week inevitably bring regular and unusual challenges. Throw in the uncontrollable – fog, faulty alarms in the brand new concourse, no show passengers – and it's business as usual for staff who have to think on their feet, fast, to keep the airport running on time, and on track.
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Air Crash Investigation

01:40
Following a fatal crash in treacherous conditions at Taipei's Chiang Kai-shek airport, investigators make a shocking discovery on the runway.
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Air Crash Investigation

02:30
Following a fatal crash 35,000 feet above the jungles of Indonesia, investigators make a disturbing discovery.
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World's Toughest Fixes

03:20
Host Sean Riley toils alongside some of the world's top engineers and mechanics to show how impossible fixes are accomplished against all odds.
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Bid & Destroy

04:10
Brian and Lee submit to a blind bid on a 1920s farmhouse-turned-administration building on the UNH campus. To preserve his long-standing relationship with the University and his reputation for making them fair offers, Lee's bid is $2,000 below cost. Two thousand dollars in the hole is not an ideal way to start a job, so Brian and Eric know that they need to scour the building for hidden treasures in order to end up in the black.
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Brain Games

04:35
What makes you angry? Is it that woman texting in traffic? What about that kid who screwed up your coffee order? Or perhaps it's that email from your boss? Whether it's full blown road rage or just the constant frustration at life's little inconveniences, we all feel a little bit of anger every day. But what if getting angry in the first place had less to do with what's going outside, and more to do with what's going on inside your brain? In this episode we'll explore why your brain gets angry and what you can do about it. Through a series of games and experiments, we'll prove to you that anger isn't always a bad thing, and how having a short fuse might not be all bad. And you'll learn how to deal better with other people's anger, and your own. It's time to get all fired up – on Brain Games!
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Bid & Destroy

05:00
Lee and Brian are back at UNH with a sealed bid for the demolition of a 2-story on-campus police station. Lee's bid, at $6,000, is at cost. Danley wins the project, but there's no promise of salvage. The building appears to be sealed up tightly, so Lee and Brian are optimistic of what might be inside, such as items confiscated and things forgotten. Eric and Brian must push themselves and race against the clock for a favorable profit and outcome, all the while trying to avoid swarms upon swarms of bees!
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Brain Games

05:20
This is a show about your brain and how easily you follow the leader. Everyone likes to think they're unique, but like it or not, much of your behavior is influenced by you copying other people. We're going to mess with your mind as we put you through a series of games and experiments designed to show you why a yawn is so contagious, how imitation leads to flattery, and how to discover whether your brain is a born leader – or a born follower. Get ready to follow the leader on Brain Games.
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America's National Parks

05:40
Out of the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean rises the Olympic peninsula. Its rugged coastline, rain-drenched forests, and high summits are teaming with wildlife. The Olympic peninsula one of most diverse National Parks in North America.
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