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S255E01 Human Family Tree: Branching Out 06/02/2017 Using data from the Genographic Project to examine the migration of man across the planet.
S255E02 This Britain: Heritage of the Sea 00/00/0000
S255E03 The Haunted West 12/04/1973
S255E04 The Superliners: Twilight of an Era 00/00/0000
S255E05 America's Wild States: Wild Hawaii: Secrets of the Deep 00/00/0000
S255E06 America's Wild States: Wild Florida: Gator Country 00/00/0000
S255E07 America's Wild States: Wild Florida: Croc Coast 00/00/0000
S255E08 UFO UK New Evidence 04/04/2017 The revelations of the Ministry of Defence's UFO files, including the `Welsh Roswell', an alleged alien craft crash from which the authorities supposedly removed extraterrestrial bodies. Other documents include a letter claiming that Churchill ordered a cover-up of a wartime clash between a UFO and an RAF bomber, and the story of a 1964 Blue Streak missile test film believed to show an unidentified spaceman
S255E09 Hell on Earth: The Fall of Syria and the Rise of ISIS 11/06/2017 A look at the current state of Syria amidst war and chaos in 2017, featuring stories of survival and observations by political experts from around the world. This episode is rated TV-MA for some disturbing violent images.
S255E10 From the Ashes 25/06/2017 From the Ashes captures Americans in communities across the country as they wrestle with the legacy of the coal industry and what its future should be under the Trump Administration. From Appalachia to the West's Powder River Basin, the film goes beyond the rhetoric of the "war on coal" to present compelling and often heartbreaking stories about what's at stake for our economy, health, and climate. The film invites audiences to learn more about an industry on the edge and what it means for their lives.
S255E11 Earth Live 09/07/2017 Jane Lynch and Phil Keoghan take viewers on a journey around the world, focusing on some of the most spectacular wildlife.
S255E12 Inside the Body of Henry VIII 16/06/2016 The team of experts that looked at the historic symptoms of the Tudor king are: historian, Lucy Worsley, Henry historian, Robert Hutchinson and medical doctor, Dr. Catherine Hood.
S255E13 Prison Nation 00/00/0000
S255E14 The World's Deadliest Gangs 00/00/0000 Investigative immersion into some of the most vicious gangs in the world.
S255E15 Heroin Explosion 00/00/0000 The rise of heroin use and overdoses has been skyrocketing in the past years and the cause is because of two things: rampant addiction due to overly prescribed opioids and cheaper heroin.
S255E16 LA 92 00/00/0000 Twenty-five years after the verdict in the Rodney King trial sparked several days of protests, violence and looting in Los Angeles, LA 92 immerses viewers in that tumultuous period through stunning and rarely seen archival footage. Produced by two-time Oscar winner Simon Chinn and Emmy winner Jonathan Chinn and directed by Oscar winners Dan Lindsay and TJ Martin, the film looks at the events of 1992 from a multitude of vantage points, bringing a fresh perspective to a pivotal moment that reverberates to this day.
S255E17 America's Great War: 1917-1918 00/00/0000 As much as the American participation in World War II has been clearly noted, the presence of the American soldiers - nicknamed the 'Sammies' (sent by Uncle Sam) - on French soil during the Great War is virtually unknown. And yet, 2 million Sammies arrived in France between 1917 and 1918 to fight alongside French and English troops. They have been stuck in the trenches, buried in a rain of shells, exhausted by the noise and tormented by hunger. 53,000 perished, 234,000 were injured and 4,500 went missing. Without the participation of these men, the conflict could have ended entirely differently. Indeed, they proved to be the undisputed artisans of Allied victory and hoisted their country to the rank of world's leading military and economic power. Through unreleased archives and contemporary footage shot in the archeological digs of World War I's battlefields, this film tells the heroic and tragic tale of the American soldiers in this terrible conflict. Still today, many clues, objects and graves are randomly uncovered during the course of archeological projects carried out around the front lines and in the battlefields. They provide an emotional account of this violent tale and of the emergence of a nation.
S255E18 Inside North Korea: Then and Now 01/10/2017 Lisa Ling goes undercover in North Korea for a rare glimpse of the secretive country, and reports on dictator Kim Jong-un creating international crises.
S255E19 Drain Alcatraz 00/00/0000 Draining the waters around Alcatraz reveals the infamous prison’s deepest secrets.
S255E20 Drain the Ocean: Deep Sea Mysteries 00/00/0000 Imagine if we could empty the ocean, letting water drain away to reveal a hidden world! Now, we can… drain the oceans.
S255E21 Mission Saturn 15/09/2017 NASA's biggest spacecraft plunges into Saturn in the final act of a 20-year mission showcasing the planet like never before.
S255E22 Hubble's Amazing Journey 11/12/2016 One of the most impressive and technologically advanced devices ever made, the Hubble Space Telescope has viewed objects never-before seen.
S255E23 9/11 Rescue Cops 06/09/2014 The extraordinary untold story of the heroism and sacrifice of the NYPD’s elite rescue squad - the Emergency Service Unit - on 9/11. New York City’s Emergency Service Unit (ESU) is a unique institution in law enforcement; not only is it the busiest Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team in America, the ESU is also one of the top urban rescue units in the world. Indeed it is often said when New Yorkers are in trouble they call the NYPD, and when the NYPD is in trouble they call the ESU. The vital role played by the ESU on 9/11 has long been overlooked, but now for the first time - using previously unseen archive material and moving first-hand testimony – we tell the truly inspirational story of the 9/11 rescue cops.
S255E24 Drain the Ocean: WWII 16/09/2016 World War II left the greatest-ever number of ships and submarines hidden beneath the waves. Now, as the oceans drain, each vessel reveals its secrets through new data-based 3D reconstructions. From the Arizona in Pearl Harbor's shallows, whose destruction brought America into the war, to Nazi supership, the Bismarck, and its mysterious end three miles down; from the flaming merchant ships secretly torpedoed by U-boats off tourist beaches of the USA, to the covert inventions of the Allies' costly D-Day beachhead, and lastly to the troopship Leopoldville sunk with the needless deaths of 400 soldiers hushed up - Drain exposes the truth.
S255E25 Dinosaurs Decoded 09/07/2015 National Geographic reviews Jack Horner's research into juvenile dinosaurs. His evidence suggests that juvenile dinosaurs looked sufficiently different from adults that they have sometimes been mistaken for a separate species. The program examines specific changes that occurred as dinosaurs aged and speculates on why the changes were necessary.
S255E26 Mission Pluto 12/07/2015 Nine years in space. A four billion mile journey. Travelling at 35,000 miles per hour. One historic mission. Back in 2006 the New Horizons space probe was launched from Cape Canaveral on a journey bound for the edge of our solar system with the goal of capturing the first clear images and data ever recorded of Pluto. New Horizons is headed where no spacecraft has ever gone before: the last great, uncharted realm of our solar system called The Third Zone. There it will intercept the last unexplored world, the ninth planet, Pluto. It has just 86 seconds to complete its mission but assuming it is successful then this will genuinely be history in the making. No-one yet knows what Pluto really looks like, but one thing is certain: it looks set to revolutionise planetary science forever, because it could answer some of the biggest questions about how our solar system evolved and, ultimately, how the earth was formed. All being well New Horizons will fly by Pluto on July 14. It anticipation of that event National Geographic Channel broadcasts an hour-long special revealing the extraordinary story behind a landmark mission.
S255E27 Nazi Scrapbooks From Hell 13/07/2015 The death camp at Auschwitz was considered ground zero for the killings during the Holocaust, a place where thousands were starved and 1.1 million died, but there are only a small number of known photos from this infamous place before its liberation in 1945 - until now. The photos in this album are far from the gruesome iconic images of living skeletons or ash-choked ovens. These rare images show life from the other side of the wire, where the banality of evil is depicted by cocktail parties, sing-a-longs and food contests attended by the perpetrators. Another album showcases the victims as they arrive at Auschwitz. These albums are nothing short of scrapbooks from hell
S255E28 ORBIS: Hospital in the Sky 21/08/2015 Set against the beauty and harshness of the Peruvian landscape, this 48 minute documentary film starring Cindy Crawford, traces the emotional journey made by a few visually impaired young patients seeking treatment. Their destination is the Flying Eye Hospital, a DC-10 aircraft converted into a mobile training hospital operated by U.S. based charity, Orbis International. Since 1982, the charity has worked towards the prevention and treatment of avoidable blindness in the developing world. Orbis volunteers work alongside local staff attempting their best to save sight and transfer knowledge amid the chaos and emotion of screening, surgery and recovery. It’s an unforgettable story highlighting the untold success when technology and good intentions meet people in need.
S255E29 Birthplace of the Giants 00/00/0000 Two Australian marine biologists are on an epic scientific expedition in Western Australia’s stunning Kimberley region to capture the birth of a Humpback Whale calf on camera for the very first time.
S255E30 YouTube Revolution 30/08/2015 As YouTube turns ten, we chart the history of the last decade through the lens of the world's most famous video sharing site. This is the inside story on the biggest and most influential viral videos in history, and the platform's meteoric rise from start-up to major corporate player. It's the human story of those who created it, the stars it gave birth to, and the countries whose fates it changed. On April 23, 2005 the first YouTube video, "Meet Me at the Zoo," featuring co-founder Jawed Karim, was uploaded. Ten Years later, the video sharing platform has harnessed a power that has changed the world -transforming pop culture, rewriting the rules of politics, overthrowing governments, redefining the nature of news, and exposing us all to tweaking, planking, Psy, Beiber, and the car in the shark outfit on the robo-vac. This is the story of how all that happened in a single decade.
S255E31 The 2000's Greatest Tragedies 00/00/0000 '2000s Greatest Tragedies' shines a light on the decade which brought us destruction on an unimaginable scale. From the manmade assault on the Twin Towers that ushered in a decade of global terrorism to the devastating Tsunami, a natural disaster that wreaked havoc and destruction across South East Asia to the death of Michael Jackson re-confirming the world's appetite for celebrity culture, this seemingly never ending series of shocking disasters on a monumental scale would reverberate around the world. As the World Wide Web put news and information firmly in the hands of the people, it was a decade when news moved fast and thanks to social media, earth shattering events would unfold in real time.
S255E32 Giant Sea Serpent: Meet The Myth 15/09/2015 Its extraordinary dimensions, as long as 15 metres, and shape in the form of a silver ribbon, inspired the myth of the sea serpent. For the past two years, scientific buoys, immersed at a depth of two thousand metres in the Mediterranean have attracted countless species of pelagic fish; among them, the Giant Oarfish drifting vertically, alone or by pairs. With the help of the world expert in Giant Oarfish and logistic collaboration of enthusiasts, a scientific expedition reveals the biology of this enigmatic ambassador of the abyss. Entirely shot in HD, the film raises the veil on its paradoxical habits: why do all the adults self-mutilate and rid themselves of two-thirds of their bodies without being affected? How do they meet in the immensity of the ocean? Why does this fish not have any known predators?
S255E33 Ghosts of the Black Sea 00/00/0000 In the depths of the Black Sea lies a landscape of eternal darkness. With no light and no oxygen in the sea's anoxic layer, no life can survive, except perhaps the ghosts of ancient mariners whose ships foundered thousands of years ago. Because the environment cannot support the organisms that typically feast on organic materials, such as wood and flesh, there is an extraordinary opportunity for preservation, including shipwrecks and the cargos they carried. In the year 2000, on his third trip to the Black Sea, explorer Dr. Robert Ballard discovered a miraculously well-preserved Byzantine shipwreck, but his team could only take pictures. Now, Ballard returns with archaeologist Dr. Bridget Buxton and Dr. Sergiy Voronov of the Ukrainian Department of Underwater Heritage, and uses state-of-the-art technology and a revolutionary $1.5 million robot known as "Hercules" to excavate two shipwrecks for the first time ever, including one of the most pristine ancient vessels ever found. In 2006, Ballard and the team returned to survey the area for more shipwrecks, and last year began excavations on Sinop D, and Chersonesos A, a 10th-century shipwreck found off southern Crimea at a depth of 135 meters. At Chersonesos A, the team excavated the ship's cargo of nearly 200 jars commonly found at Byzantine sites on the shores of the Black Sea, including Chersonesos. The bright orange color of the nearly 1,000-year-old jars was completely preserved, to the team's amazement. From there, the team sailed to the deeper site, Sinop D, which was the focus of the 2007 survey. The team hoped to answer questions about the ship's construction, its cargo, and how the anoxic conditions had affected its preservation. Ballard and his team have only two weeks, so they must work in perfect precision on their hunt for the Ghost Ships of the Black Sea. Ballard calls this site "the greatest museum on Earth," but his team of marine archaeologists has only begun to
S255E34 Dawn of Humanity 23/09/2015 NOVA and National Geographic present exclusive access to a unique discovery of ancient remains. Located in an almost inaccessible chamber deep in a South African cave, the site required recruiting a special team of experts slender enough to wriggle down a vertical, pitch-dark, seven-inch-wide passage. Most fossil discoveries of human relatives consist of just a handful of bones. But down in this hidden chamber, the team uncovered an unprecedented trove—so far, over 1,500 bones—with the potential to rewrite the story of our origins. They may help fill in a crucial gap in the fossil record and tell us how Homo, the first member of the human family, emerged from ape-like ancestors like the famous Lucy. But how did hundreds of bones end up in the remote chamber? The experts are considering every mind-boggling possibility. Join NOVA on the treacherous descent into this cave of spectacular and enigmatic finds, and discover their startling implications for the saga of what made us human.
S255E35 Objective Baku 09/05/2015 The story of the Second World War as it was experienced by the inhabitants of Baku, the capital city of Azerbaijan, then a Soviet satellite country.
S255E36 Explorer: Legend of the Monkey God 04/10/2015 For 20 years, Steve Elkins has been exploring Mosquitia, the largest untouched rainforest in Central America. Ever since Columbus landed here, legends swirled of a white city buried inland in the jungle.
S255E37 Ultimate Mars Challenge 10/05/2015 This past August, a NASA rover named Curiosity touched down inside Mars’ Gale crater, carrying 10 new instruments to advance the quest for signs that Mars might once have been suitable for life. With inside access to the massive team of scientists and engineers responsible for Curiosity’s on-the-ground experiments, NOVA was there for the exhilarating moments after the rover’s landing—and for the spectacular discoveries to come. As NOVA reveals the dynamic new picture of Mars that these explorers are painting, we will consider the deep questions raised by 40 years of roving Mars: How do we define life? How does life begin, and what does it need to survive? Are we alone in the universe?
S255E38 Science Of Saints 09/04/2015 For the first time in history, the Catholic Church allows scientists to openly test the veracity of the remains of reported saints.
S255E39 Russia's Mystery Files 19/07/2015 he old Soviet Union was a sinister world, a land of secrets, rumours and uncertainty. After the fall of the Iron Curtain numerous unexplained case files have emerged from deep inside the former Soviet Union archives. These files tell of bizarre phenomenon, monstrous creatures and sinister occurrences. Russia’s Mystery Files investigates these rumours – from mountain wild-men to terrifying zombie dogs to a profoundly mysterious incident on the Mountain of the Dead.
S255E40 Light The Ocean 21/07/2015 The dark waters of the ocean turn bright and crystal clear as cameras reveal spectacular underwater landscapes, hidden structures and marine life around New Zealand and across the globe.
S255E41 Mystery Caves Of Guangxi 22/07/2015 Why is a small region of China home to an extraordinary number of giant holes containing vast, little explored subterranean forests? One professor is on a dangerous mission to find out.
S255E42 Area 51 The CIA's Secret Files 01/12/2014 "Area 51: X Files" utilizza documenti declassificati della CIA per presentare un documentario autorevole e attendibile. Tralasciando speculazioni e leggende metropolitane, il programma si concentra su quanto accade realmente nell'area test conosciuta nell'immaginario collettivo come Area 51. Questa è la vera storia di Groom Lake, il sito segreto dove i progetti Oxcart, Grudge, Sign, U-2, A-12, SR71, HAVE BLUE, F117 Nightawk e Raptor F22 hanno preso vita. Il luogo dove è nata e si è sviluppata la supremazia aerea statunitense dalla guerra fredda ai giorni nostri. Un racconto avvincente fatto raccogliendo le testimonianze di chi era impiegato in prima persona.
S255E43 The Quest for the Holy Foreskin 12/03/2015 For centuries, the relic of the Holy Foreskin was considered by believers to be the only piece of Jesus’ flesh to remain on earth after he ascended to heaven, and thus was among the most sacred relics in Christendom. Then, on New Year’s Day 1983, in a tiny village in the Italian countryside, Father Don Dario announced to his expectant flock that their beloved relic had been stolen. New York Times writer David Farley goes on a quest to unravel the story of this mysterious crime.
S255E44 Omens of the Apocalypse 13/03/2015 The mystery of why dead birds fell from Arkansas skies on last year may now be solved. Much of the film was shot in Beebe, Arkansas where the birds dropped from the sky on New Year’s Eve. The episode will also discuss the many fish found dead in Arkansas waters. The “wide-ranging story begins with an investigation of the blackbirds death and ends by assessing how the human mind is inspired, or derailed, by seeming patterns or coincidences in nature,” according to the National Geographic website.
S255E45 Hitler the Junkie 15/12/2014 This hard-hitting and in-depth special examines the medications Hitler was taking, how much he took and how often, and whether drugs played a role in his behavior and actions.
S255E46 Hitler's Suicide Ship 26/07/2011 After battling in late 1939 with British cruisers off the coast of Uruguay, Hitler’s prized “pocket battleship” and high-tech wonder, the Admiral Graf Spee was blown up by its own captain, Hans Langsdorff. Denounced by the Nazi regime, Langsdorff commits suicide shortly thereafter. National Geographic Channel reconstructs the first naval battle of World War II and retraces the events that led to the Graf Spee’s ultimate destruction. AKA: Hitler's Lost Battleship(UK)
S255E47 Brain Surgery Live 25/10/2015 A neurosurgery team at UH Case Medical Center in Cleveland performs an operation that has helped many Parkinson’s disease patients get significant relief from their debilitating symptoms—tremors, rigidity, stiffness, slowed movements and difficulty walking—and also enabled them to reduce their amount of medication.
S255E48 Mankind from Space 15/11/2015 Mankind from Space is an epic journey of discovery. Using mind-boggling data and CGI, it traces humankind’s story from hunter-gatherer to dominant global species. Seen from the global perspective of space, this special shows the breathtaking extent of our influence, revealing how we’ve transformed our planet and produced an interconnected world of extraordinary complexity.
S255E49 The Quest For Gold 21/12/2014 Gold is the oldest precious metal known to man and has long been the ultimate symbol of immortality and power. Throughout history, gold's scarcity and value has driven men to journey to unknown reaches, wage wars, conquer kingdoms and sacrifice all in the quest to find and possess it. National Geographic explores how man's endless search for gold across time and cultures ultimately shaped our civilization.
S255E50 How Nero Saved Rome 00/00/0000 Nero is accused of having "fiddled while Rome burned" and remembered for executing his mother and burning Christians alive. History has sided against him on all counts, but could there be another side to ancient Rome's notorious emperor? July 19th, 64 AD. Rome is on the brink of disaster. Fire rages through the heart of the empire. Blame will eventually fall on the Emperor, Nero. For 2,000 years he has been accused of fiddling while Rome burned. But, in the fire's wake, it's actually Nero who puts the city back on its feet. In the process he will revolutionize western architecture and forever change the face Rome. Produced by Altair4 Multimedia for National Geographic Channel
S255E51 China's Grand Canal: A Photographer's Journey 29/10/2015 Our host, photographer Jeff Hutchens travels the length of the Canal from Beijing to see the historical waterway, to Jiangsu province to see it at work. Along the way, he’ll take up the challenges and customs of living on the canal. Hell train in the same arts and culture born from Canal travelers, and unlock the secret ingredients in dishes that sprung up in the birthplace of the Grand Canal.
S255E52 Surrender: The Nazis' Last Stand 09/11/2015 From the D-Day Landings in Normandy to Nazi Germany's surrender, take a look back at the final year of World War Two, the most deadly of all time.
S255E53 Hitler's Final Days 00/00/0000 Remastered and recolored archival footage of the 11 moths between the invasion of france on D-Day, June 6, 1944, and the May 1945 surrender of Germany documnets the horror of the War's final months and revels unknown chapters of World War II.
S255E54 How to Win at Everything 1 00/00/0000
S255E55 Hidden Horrors of the Moon Landings 05/11/2007 What if the Apollo 11 astronauts had been unable to leave the moon as planned? What stroke of luck allowed the safe return of Apollo 13? NGC reveals the make-or-break moments you didn't see.. In July 1969, 600 million people around the world watched Neil Armstrong become the first human being to set foot on another planet. Apollo 11's mission and the five moon landings that followed were the most costly and dangerous single expeditions ever undertaken by any government at any time in history. For those who volunteered for the job, the risk of death was many times greater than a tour of duty in Vietnam. In all, 24 men ventured a quarter-million miles from home, relying on just a single engine. These are the untold stories of Apollo: the rarely remembered breakthroughs, harrowing escapes and heartbreaking disasters. Neil Armstrong also carried a small National Geographic flag when he became the first person ever to step onto the surface of the moon.
S255E56 Nazi Temple of Doom 01/05/2014 What links Adolf Hitler, Heindrich Himmler and a priceless Celtic cauldron recently discovered at the bottom of a lake in Bavaria? In this film an investigation uncovers allegations of mafia involvement, an international fraud trial where millions of dollars are at stake and a forensic discovery that stuns the archaeological world and steers the mystery towards Himmler’s SS shrine at Wewelsburg and Hitler’s obsessive quest for the Holy Grail. This seemingly priceless and beautiful object has brought death and disaster to everyone who has attempted to own it but who did make it and why?
S255E57 Reverse Exploration 22/11/2015 Palobi and Mudeya come from a tribe of Papua New Guinea. One is War Chief, funny and curious; the other is the Peace Chief, wise and observant. Invited by their friend photographer Marc Dozier, they launch on an expedition in the heart of a very strange civilization: France. From the depths of the Parisian metro to the snow-covered peaks of the Alps, these travelers from the other side of the world are confronted with a completely new reality: power, work, women, gastronomy, the French are obviously completely nuts! Fascinated by their new discoveries, the two Papuans are relentless: they want to explore everything, taste everything, and try everything - an absurd and wonderful marathon to discover France.
S255E58 Dark Side of Crocs 28/11/2015 This is the story of two of the most dangerous creatures in the world, hippos and crocodiles, living uneasily together in an African river. Crocs have a remarkably ancient lineage. And some truly impressive distant cousins: the dinosaurs. It is believed that they have two hundred million years of evolution behind them. In most of that time, they have barely changed. This is the story of two of the Nile crocodiles, the most impressive creatures in the world, living together in an African river.
S255E59 Devil's Bible 01/09/2008 At 165 pounds, and allegedly made from the skins of 160 donkeys, the Codex Gigas is the world's largest and most mysterious medieval manuscript. Filled with satanic images and demonic spells, according to legend, the cursed text sprang from a doomed monk's pact with the Devil. Now, Nat Geo follows a team of scientists as they embark on an unprecedented quest to unravel the secrets behind the book's darkened pages. Using ultra-violet fluorescence imaging, handwriting analysis and a re-creation of the text, forensic document experts attempt to uncover the cryptic truth behind this ancient Devil's Bible. The Devil’s Bible is so huge that it requires at least two people to carry it. Once considered the eighth wonder of the world, the Codex Gigas stretches three feet long and weighs a hundred and sixty-five pounds. It is the only book that places the Old and New Testaments alongside violent, holy incantations. The Codex Gigas contains one full page – right opposite the devil portrait – of a towering Heavenly City. Although no people can be seen in the Heavenly City, it is a symbol of hope and salvation, a contrast to the portrait of the devil on the opposing page. The Codex Gigas includes mystical medical formulas for anything from treating ailments such as fevers and epilepsy to resolving practical problems such as finding a thief. The book's transfer to Prague in 2008 took a year of planning. It was insured for $15.1 million during the transfer. The Devil’s Bible has 600 pages, which is 310 parchment leaves, all made from donkey skins.
S255E60 Inside LEGO 20/12/2015 On "Inside Lego," LEGO's Vice President of Design, Matthew James Ashton, opens the doors of LEGO HQ and reveals how the company finds the next generation of LEGO Set Designers.
S255E61 Wonderfully Weird: Bizarre Beauties 00/00/0000 Wonderfully Weird Showcasing some of the most captivating scenes of crazy animal behaviours in a selection of informative and entertaining shows? If looks can be deceiving then these wonderfully weird critters give deception a whole new meaning. From a mouse that howls like a wolf to a see-through frog or an alien-looking shrimp, these bizarre beauties show us just how wonderful weird can be. Bizarre Beauties A look at some of nature's most oddly beautiful creatures, including colourful mantis shrimp, transparent frogs and mice that howl at the moon .
S255E62 Wonderfully Weird: Weird but True 00/00/0000 Wonderfully Weird Showcasing some of the most captivating scenes of crazy animal behaviours in a selection of informative and entertaining shows? If looks can be deceiving then these wonderfully weird critters give deception a whole new meaning. From a mouse that howls like a wolf to a see-through frog or an alien-looking shrimp, these bizarre beauties show us just how wonderful weird can be. Weird but True An insight into the lives of nature's strangest creatures, including a lizard that can shoot blood from its eyes, and centipedes that glow in the dark
S255E63 Surrender: The Fall of Nazi Germany 06/11/2015
S255E64 Get Lost in Korea 00/00/0000 Get Lost in Korea is a National Geographic Channel TV show staring Greg Goodman: Travel Photographer and storyteller. It's also the world’s first reality TV show starring a travel blogger. This single-episode show chronicles his journey as he explores, photographs and blogs about the hidden side of South Korea. You can expect a mix of humour, adventure, tradition and stunning imagery; as he team up with Jesse Day: a Canadian entertainer who lives in Seoul and raps in Korean. Highlights include catching and eating a live octopus, attending an exorcism and a day learning meditative martial arts from monks.
S255E65 Surviving Wild America 30/07/2014 Australian adventurers Cas & Jonesy battle alligators, deadly snakes, fatigue and each other in search of a lost trail through Georgia's infamous Okefenokee Swamp. The fearless world-record-setting duo have conquered the South Pole and crossed the treacherous Tasman Sea in a kayak but tackling the Okefenokee brings new and unfamiliar challenges. Hostile spirits - the ghosts of long-dead Native Americans - are said by the locals to roam dark corners of the wetlands and Cas and Jonesy must go.
S255E66 Great Fire of London: The Untold Story 19/12/2011 You all know the story about the Great Fire of London. That the fire was started by accident in a bakery on Pudding Lane, and the inferno rapidly engulfed the City of London in September 1666, burnt for four days, destroying everything in its path. But how many of you are aware that at the time many Londoners believed that the fire was started deliberately? And as suspicions grew, London lynch mobs attacked immigrant groups, prompted by a widely-held belief that it was an act of arson committed by a foreign power?
S255E67 Hitler's Hidden City 06/10/2014
S255E68 My Gorilla Family 00/00/0000 They're one of our closest relatives but, without the work of scientists like Angelique Todd, we would know very little about Western Lowland Gorillas such a Makumba, a majestic silverback. Angelique's persistence has been worth it and has seen her earn Makumba's trust, allowing her to get close to this 200kg great ape, his harem of three females and his eight offspring. But there could be trouble brewing for these mighty primates - at the age of 32, mighty Makumba is growing old. Can this weary warrior see off challengers to his reign, and keep the rivalries within his harem in check?
S255E69 The Search For China's Blue Hole 00/00/0000 A group of underwater cave enthusiasts and mountaineering organizations explore the Leye pre-history Karst in the Guangxi Zhang Autonomous Region.
S255E70 Wild Horses of the Marshes 00/00/0000 Wild Horses Of The Marshes In the gorgeous natural reserve of the Camargue in France, a jewel of nature among the wildest in Europe, wild horses roam freely. Here, between two tributaries of the Rhone that run down to flow in the Mediterranean, follow the lives of these majestic creatures through the seasons.
S255E71 Lost Tomb of Genghis Khan 00/00/0000 His action-packed life may have blazed a searing trail of death and destruction through history but, in death, Genghis Khan is proving to be a puzzlingly elusive figure. In the Lost Tomb Of Genghis Khan saddle up with a team of experts as they unearth Mongolia's best-kept secret and the only remaining tie to its spiritual and political forefather. With no burial site ever uncovered, the 800-year-old mystery of the marauding Mongolian's final resting place has baffled archaeologists for centuries. Led by self-confessed Genghis-obsessive Albert Yu-Min Lin, the explorers hope that untested technologies and a sophisticated network of civilian scientists will give them the edge on previous missions. But as they approach what they believe could be the legendary Burkhan Khaldun - a sacred mountain often linked to the long-dead ruler - gold-grabbing gravediggers and freakish weather systems all stand in their way. The final pieces of this ancient mystery have never seemed closer, but will they stay out of reach forever?
S255E72 Viking Apocalypse 00/00/0000 When a mass of skeletons are found in a shallow grave, cutting-edge forensics and ancient texts tell a story of greed, betrayal and retribution.
S255E73 UFO UK: New Evidence 00/00/0000 Are aliens really out there? You've heard tales of little green men from other planets, but these are normally consigned to urban legends and sci-fi fables. However, a dossier of files released by the Ministry of Defence last year proves just how seriously some of these close encounters are taken by the government.
S255E74 Finding the Next Earth 00/00/0000 It took humans thousands of years to explore our own planet and centuries to comprehend our neighboring planets, but nowadays new worlds are being discovered every week. To date, astronomers have identified more than 370 “exoplanets,” worlds orbiting stars other than the sun.
S255E75 Hitler's Secret Weapon 00/00/0000 As the Second World War began to draw to a close, the scientists and designers of Hitler's Germany were employed in a frantic race to create new ideas that would turn the tide of the conflict. They developed some of the most sophisticated and advanced weaponry of the age - the so-called Wunderwaffen or Wonder Weapons. From missiles and enormous tanks, to the biggest gun ever built and the prototype of a plane capable of launching a suicide bombing raid on the skyscrapers of New York. Hitler's Secret Weapon shows how they helped the technology of war advance generations in little more than a decade. Using archive footage, reconstructions and interviews with experts, this fascinating show explores some of the many plans for outlandish and fantastic designs the Nazis hoped would win the war. Could these weapons really have helped Hitler to triumph?
S255E76 Australia's Greatest Flood 00/00/0000
S255E77 Hunting Hitler's Henchmen 02/10/2011 Their bravery has inspired countless films but, until now, the real story of some of Britain’s greatest war heroes has remained in the shadows. Hunting Hitler’s Henchmen is a film about some of Britain’s bravest military. With ex-special forces soldiers as guides, venture beyond the movies to meet the snatch squads: commandos sent behind enemy lines to take out Hitler’s most-feared generals. They slipped into Nazi-led Libya to kill the infamous Desert Fox, General Erwin Rommel, and succeeded in snatching General Heinrich Kreipe from under the noses of 15,000 soldiers. Risking their lives to disrupt the Nazi war machine, these are the heroes who inspired Hollywood: incredible men sent to eliminate Hitler’s top brass.
S255E78 Moors Murderer: Right To Die? 00/00/0000 Ian Brady's crimes are some of the worst Britain has ever seen. Along with his lover Myra Hindley, Brady murdered five Manchester children. Four decades later, the sadistic killer is on hunger strike and wants to die himself. Bringing together a team of psychologists, and featuring interviews with police officers who took part in the original investigation, this drama-documentary looks again at Brady's life, investigates his shocking crimes and asks whether this unrepentant killer should be allowed to starve himself to death. Can people in a civilised society let a man guilty of repulsive crimes decide when he wants to die?
S255E79 Shackleton's Whisky 03/11/2011 Ernest Shackleton is one of the iconic figures of the 'Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration'. His expeditions and personality have left an indelible mark on the icy plains of Antarctica and in our conscience. Recently archaeologists unearthed an unusual legacy - his secret stash of whisky! His booze was found under the hut he built over 100 years ago, during his greatest expedition, Nimrod. Shackleton's Whisky is the story of the discovery, analysis and replication of Shackleton's precious liquor and his forgotten expedition, Nimrod.
S255E80 Brick by Brick: The Making of the Iron Curtain 14/11/2011 Berlin, 1961: suddenly there is the Iron Curtain, and the wall separates friends, families and loved ones of each other. The Berlin Wall, this terrible "wonder of the world", was 28 years standing. Fifty years later, this documentary reveals astonishing details and disturbing stories about the 43.1 km long structure.
S255E81 Deepest Dive: The Story of Trieste 00/00/0000 50 years ago, two men attempted to reach the deepest part of the ocean, 35,000 feet down in the South Pacific. This is the tale of the Trieste vessel and their feat that has never been equalled.
S255E82 Journey To Europa 15/04/2011 Are we alone in the universe? Mars still dominates our quest to find extra-terrestrial life, but could the barren, icy or fiery worlds beyond harbour life?
S00E01 Kangaroo Comeback 00/00/0000 National Geographic’s Kangaroo Comeback follows a red kangaroo mother and her joey and traces the family tree of these extraordinary animals, showing the special relationship the mother's pouch affords the pair.
S00E02 The Noble Horse 00/00/0000 Discover the power and mystery of one of nature's most magnificent creatures.
S00E03 Giant Pandas: The Last Refuge 00/00/0000 Deep in the nearly impenetrable forests of the Qin Ling mountains in eastern China, live some of the last remaining giant pandas on Earth. Few westerners have ever observed these irresistible mammals in their natural habitat, closed to foreigners since 1949, and filming there was an almost insurmountable challenge. Giant Pandas: The Last Refuge takes viewers on a fascinating journey into the incredible world of these endangered creatures to witness.
S00E04 Adventures In Time: The National Geographic Millennium Special 22/12/1999
S00E05 Beyond 2000: The New Explorers 00/00/0000 Some may assume that the world has been adequately explored, but this beautiful video from National Geographic comes as a bold announcement that some fantastic exploring has yet to be done. The new generation of explorers featured in this video, which includes Dr. Robert Ballard, celebrated finder of the Titanic; deep-sea researcher Sylvia Earle; noted Egyptian archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass; and some younger mountaineers, mappers, and dinosaur hunters, embody the bold spirit that National Geographic has always championed. Ballard's dive to the bottom of the Mediterranean is awe inspiring and a trip into a Tibetan jungle, in search of a mythical waterfall that turns out to be entirely real, is so realistically photographed that viewers will be shifting nervously in their seats as they peak over the edge of cliffs and into the rushing waters of the Tsangpo Gorge. A star of the new generation of mountaineers, Heidi Howkins, who set out to conquer the world's tallest peaks, Everest and K2, in one year, speaks eloquently about what makes an explorer, and her insights about seeking challenges both physical and mental resonate deeply. This video is a treat to watch, but the spectacular camera work aside, it is a thoughtful look at human nature and the compulsion some have to go beyond the edge of the map
S00E06 Antarctic Wildlife Adventure 00/00/0000 n this 60-minute documentary, National Geographic accompanies a family of naturalists on a quiet journey through islands around the northern tip of Antarctica. The family members, seasoned Antarctic explorers, study bustling penguin colonies to gauge the general environmental health of the peninsula. Interestingly, the film reveals that scientists are the primary threat to Antarctica's ecology--in some areas, rusting shipwrecks and abandoned oil drums from scientific expeditions litter the landscape. Unlike most National Geographic features, this film favors character studies over geology--we learn quite a bit about the family's three sons, but little about the formation of the "last continent." The camera work is somewhat uninspired (perhaps due to the restrictions of filming from the boat), but there are some excellent close-ups of humpback whales surfacing around the small vessel. Penguin lovers will also enjoy the ample footage of their favorite amiable black-and-white birds.
S00E07 African Wildlife 00/00/0000 Witness the realities of birth, death and survival in this vivid encounter with the animal world. AFRICAN WILDLIFE was filmed in Namibia's Etosha National Park over the course of two years, capturing extraordinary close-ups of animal behavior: a wildebeest giving birth, a zebra mother successfully defending her foal from the swift attack of a cheetah, and a young springbuck alerting his herd to the presence of a predator with stiff-legged leaps.
S00E08 The Rhino War 00/00/0000 Since the 1970s, poachers have slaughtered 95 percent of Africa's black rhino population. Demand for valuable rhino horn in the Far East, where it reaches prices of up to $7,000 per pound, perpetuates the killing of these magnificent creatures. In North Yemen, a rhino-handled dagger is the ultimate status symbol, and a fine antique specimen sells for as much as $15,000. In Africa, the war to save the rhino is heading toward a bitter climax. Zimbabwe rangers realize they can only stem the tide of this crisis unless the network of corrupt dealers and middlemen in the illegal wildlife trade is broken. Until then, the desperate battle to save one of the world's oldest surviving land mammals from extinction continues.
S00E09 White Wolf 00/00/0000 In the harsh northern reaches of Canada's Ellesmere Island, elusive arctic wolves share their secrets with two patient observers. Shielded by their remote location and inhospitable climate, these wild animals have not yet learned to fear humans. This is the most intimate film about wolf behavior ever made.
S00E10 Cameramen Who Dared 00/00/0000 Documentary featuring current and archive footage of documentary filmmakers and camera operators who risk their lives in order to capture vivid images of deadly animals, combat, and natural dangers and disasters.
S00E11 King Cobra 00/00/0000 This serpent will hold you spellbound! Tread softly into the jungle realm of a legendary monarch—the King Cobra. Swift, strong, and surprisingly deadly, it delivers enough venom in one bite to kill a hundred people, yet it solely preys on other snakes. Its intriguing life has been a mystery... until now. Through rare and extraordinary footage, National Geographic filmmakers let you follow the King Cobra on its journey through the rainforests of India seeking food and a mate. You'll watch transfixed as rival males perform a ritualized dance for domain...and a mother shields her nest from predators and a raging monsoon. Come discover one of nature's most fascinating creatures as you enter the world of the snake!
S00E12 Savage Garden 00/00/0000 Comedian Leslie Nielsen narrates a truly unique introduction to the world of insects in National Geographic's The Savage Garden. Using state-of-the art cinematography, National Geographic filmmakers capture dramatic confrontational scenes amidst the deceiving tranquility of an average flower, herb, and vegetable garden. See colonies of insects battle for control. The survival war features daddy longlegs, fire ants, bees, bats, and a praying mantis. The Savage Garden is a funny and entertaining natural history study.
S00E13 Wild Passions 00/00/0000 Wild passions captures some of the most remarkable natural history sequences ever recorded and goes behind-the-scenes with filmmakers and cinematographers to hear the stories of what it takes to become a voyeur in the natural world. We follow filmmakers Carol and Richard Foster in the caves of Belize as they try to capture images of bats, Tom Mangelsen in the frozen tundra of Churchill, Manitoba wrapping up his ten-year shoot on his polar bear film, and Anton van Munster through the wilds of the Serengeti.
S00E14 Treasures of the Deep 00/00/0000 Join Dr. Robert Ballard, discoverer of the Titanic, on an expedition in the Mediterranean where he uncovers eight ancient roman wrecks beneath the sea, and thousands of artifacts spanning more than 2,000 years of human history.
S00E15 Heroes of the High Frontier 00/00/0000 Rainforest: Heroes of the High Frontier looks at the brief history of rainforest research. Through some inventive camerawork, the directors follow enthusiastic researchers to the tops of rainforest trees (known as the rainforest canopy), where more than half of the earth's species reside. Lighthearted music and the exuberant energy of the researchers give this video a playful tone. The researchers, however, do not fail to mention the importance of rainforest conservation as the main component in the continuation of their important research.
S00E16 Inside the White House 00/00/0000 Instead of standing in line with hundreds of tourists, wouldn't it be nice to get an inside look at the White House? What do the private living areas of the first family look like? What sort of food is served at a state dinner? National Geographic Video: Inside the White House takes the viewer on a special behind-the-scenes visit as National Geographic films what the public is generally not allowed to see. The staff prepares for the dinner with a buzz of furious activity, directed by the chief usher. Brass and silver are polished and readied, butlers make sure nothing is amiss and the pastry chef sets to work on breathtaking desserts
S00E17 Avalanche: The White Death 00/00/0000 Traverse the globe's snowy peaks and hear firsthand from experts, climbers, and skiers all about understanding and surviving the lethal phenomenon of the avalanche, also known as the "white death."
S00E18 Danger: Quicksand 00/00/0000 Explore an often inescapable nightmare of nature that's much more common than most of us realize. Witness actual footage and re-creations of successful and tragically failed rescues. Learn life-saving survival tips when you are knee-deep and sinking fast.
S00E19 Nature's Fury 00/00/0000 For thousands of years, people have struggled to survive the devastating power of savage natural calamities. Now, witness spectacular scenes of cataclysmic destruction—and inspiring human courage—captured by the acclaimed filmmakers of National Geographic. See the city-shattering power of earthquakes in urban epicenters from San Francisco to Tokyo. Experience the moving human side of the story, from tales of heroism and tragedy to the dedicated scientists racing to understand and, ultimately, better predict the deadly forces of Natures Fury!
S00E20 Spitting Mad: Wild Camel of the Andes 00/00/0000 A look at the dangerous existence of the Andean guanaco as it eludes predators and competes with its rivals for scarce food.
S00E21 Don't Say Goodbye 00/00/0000 America's most-threatened creatures are captured in this poignant and unforgettable portrait of animals losing their struggles with man. Join photographers Susan Middleton and David Liitschwager on their quest from the California Sierra to the deep South, and from the woods of North Carolina to the Pacific's shores. Along the way they encounter red wolves, bald eagle chicks, golden trout, and a camera-shy wild ferret. Don't Say Goodbye! captures the beauty of these creatures, as well as the plea to keep their homes and lives.
S00E22 Foxes of the Kalahari 00/00/0000 Africa's Kalahari Desert is one of the harshest places in the world. When the desert dries out after the rainy season some hungry animals remain but it's a lean time between rains and everyone is on the look out for food. The bat-eared fox must outsmart hungry jackals, cheetahs, and lions for its next meal.
S00E23 Sea Monsters: Search for the Giant Squid 25/02/1998 The giant squid (genus Architeuthis) seems like a creature from mythology--the world's largest invertebrate (up to 60 feet long), the largest eyes in the animal kingdom, a highly developed brain, a voracious predator. In works of fiction, they are a ferocious enemy of man. But the giant squid is real. Yet all we know about them comes from carcasses washed up on shore or caught in fishermen's nets; Architeuthis has never been seen alive. This documentary looks at the scientific efforts to find a live specimen in nature, focusing on Dr. Clyde Roper's project to attach a "Crittercam" camera to a sperm whale (which feeds on giant squid) in hopes that the whale will lead us to the elusive deep-sea giant squid.
S00E24 Untold Stories of World War II 00/00/0000 This historic documentary reveals the one-time classified secrets of the Axis and Allied powers that eventually changed the outcome of the war, some for the better, others for the worse. From National Geographic and Warner Home Video, this educational film gives insight into the soldiers, sailors, and aviators who made the supreme sacrifice for a greater good. Highlights include a gripping tale of three Norwegian "special force" resistance fighters who went on a search-and-destroy mission. Additionally, there is a haunting look into the Japanese "kamikaze" pilots' psyche as they became airborne torpedoes trying desperately to sink the Pacific fleet.
S00E25 Beyond the Summit 13/12/2000 In 1953, the first brave group of visionaries stood on the highest point on earth — the summit of Mt. Everest. Since that time hundreds of expeditions have attempted, successfully and unsuccessfuly, to conquer the daunting mountain peak. Forty-seven years, hundreds of discarded oxygen bottles and tons of debris later, the highest camp of Everest is known as the world's highest trash dump. In May 2000, a group of environmentalists executed a full-scale cleanup of this extraordinary natural wonder. Narrated by Sharon Stone and stunningly photographed by high altitude cinematographer Jeff Rhoads (National Geographic's A Footprint on Everest), Beyond the Summit: The Everest Environmental Expedition documents their arduous endeavor.
S00E26 Ancient Graves: Voices of the Dead 00/00/0000 Ancient human grave sites speak volumes to those who listen. These haunting human "time capsules" have been uncovered all over the world. Some even reach a certain level of fame: The Ampato maiden sacrificed on an Andes peak. The Alpine Ice Man, the oldest frozen mummy ever found. England's 9,000-year-old Cheddar Man. Others' stories are known only to the ages, like a cache of elaborately adorned 7,000-year-old mummies unearthed in Chile, and the thousands of Egyptian mummies actually burned as train fuel in the 19th century. Modern science now allows us to explore these human treasures without destroying them, and connects us all to the secrets of the ancient dead.

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