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  • Flying Wild Alaska
    Flying Wild ...
    Flying Wild Alaska (2011)
    For the small, isolated communities of Northern Alaska, the only way in (and the only way out) is by bush plane. Here, the Tweto family - husband and wife Jim and Ferno and their daughters Ariel and Ayla - provide the only lifeline to America's last frontier via their regional airline, Era Alaska. For season 3 of "FLYING WILD ALASKA", which begins Friday, June 8 at 10PM ET/PT, the Twetos and Era Alaska's skilled pilots operate in the worst weather Alaska has seen in decades.

  • South Pacific
    South Pacifi...
    South Pacific (2009)
    One Ocean. 20,000 Islands. A Quarter of The World's Water.The extraordinary wildlife, culture and history of this immense, fascinating ocean and its myriad islands are revealed in stunning detail in this acclaimed BBC series.With its coral reefs, turquoise lagoons and dramatic oceanic atolls, the South Pacific is the archetypal paradise. But from the shores of Hawaii to Easter Island and a thousand tiny remote islands, this ocean holds some of the most bizarre and intriguing surprises on Earth…The incredible photography and discoveries of this series capture the amazing natural sights of the region: from erupting undersea volcanoes to jewelled tropical reefs and from tiger sharks catching albatross chicks to giant crabs opening coconuts. It reveals how the islands' isolation has helped evolve flesh-eating caterpillars, vampire bugs with antifreeze in their veins, a strange nocturnal parrot with a mating call like a bull frog and the fascinating monkey-tailed skink.South Pacific also tells of the people whose ancestors journeyed thousands of miles to the islands. Some acquired new survival techniques such as the palolo worm-harvesting Samoans or the Solomon islanders who fish with spider webs and kites, while others developed bizarre rituals such as the Pentecost land divers who leap from 25-metre wooden scaffolds.With incredible natural spectacles, dramatic footage and fascinating stories, South Pacific will change the way you view this ocean forever.

  • The Story of Science Power Proof and Passion
    The Story of...
    The Story of Science Power Proof and Passion (2010)
    Michael Mosley takes an informative and ambitious journey exploring how the evolution of scientific understanding is intimately interwoven with society's historical path.

  • 24CH
    24CH
    24CH (2013)
    In Canada, the world of professional hockey is a source of fascination and admiration. Who are these heroes acclaimed by enthralled crowds capable of exploits that will be talked about for years? What is really happening on the ice during games? What is being said? What does it mean to be a professional athlete on a daily basis? Who are these players? How do the bosses manage it all? And what does the general manager and his men discuss before and aftergames?

  • Unwrapped 2.0
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    Unwrapped 2.0 (2015)
    Unwrapped 2.0 is a fun and fascinating look at the amazing processes, great stories and interesting people behind the creation of America's favorite snacks. Hosted by Alfonso Ribeiro, Unwrapped 2.0 features everything from classic childhood treats to the latest candy crazes. Whether you like your snacks sweet or savory, crispy or gooey, Unwrapped 2.0 offers behind-the-scenes access to get you a front row seat to see them made.

  • Who Do You Think You Are?
    Who Do You T...
    Who Do You Think You Are? (2004)
    Series in which celebrities trace their ancestry, discovering secrets and surprises from their past.

  • The Moaning of Life
    The Moaning ...
    The Moaning of Life (2013)
    As if being sent around the world three times already by Ricky Gervais in An Idiot Abroad wasn't enough, everyone's favourite 'round-headed buffoon' is set to do it all again, but this time on his own journey of self-discovery.Karl Pilkington has turned 40, hes now officially 'middle-aged' and he's ready to re-assess his life and look at things a little differently (about time, right?).In The Moaning of Life, the now very well travelled Karl experiences how other cultures face up to some of life's biggest issues, while at the same time planning for his own future."I've been on the planet for 40 years now, and I'm still none the wiser as to what it's all about really", Karl said. "I've never worried about life's big questions. People at my age sit about pondering about 'why are we here?' The only time I ever asked meself that is when Suzanne booked us a surprise holiday to Lanzarote".

  • Grand Designs: House of the Year
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    Grand Designs: House of the Year (2015)
    Every year the Royal Institute of British Architects looks for the best new home in Britain, and this time Grand Designs is along for the ride.

  • Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets
    Stolen Voice...
    Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets (2011)
    "Stolen Voices, Buried Secrets" is a true crime show where the murder is told in first person by the victim. The victim is all knowing but never reveals the killer. Instead, viewers must piece together the who-dunnit based on clues from investigators and family/friends.

  • Apocalypse: World War One
    Apocalypse: ...
    Apocalypse: World War One (2014)
    In the trenches, In the heads of Soldier, Governors and through the lives of Civilians behind the line, discover one of the most devastating conflicts of humanity.

  • Continent 7: Antarctica
    Continent 7:...
    Continent 7: Antarctica (2016)
    Continent 7: Antarctica is a unprecedented new documentary series, a team of scientists and survival experts face the harshest conditions on Earth in order to conduct the cutting-edge research that just might save our planet.

  • Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath
    Leah Remini:...
    Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (2016)
    Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath will follow the former Scientology member as she speaks with others who've left the controversial church. A release from the network said it will dive deep into stories of "abuse, heartbreak and harassment" experienced by those who have left the church. "This series is about sharing the truth about Scientology," said Remini. "Truth born out of very personal experiences. Truth that is shocking, things I did not expect to find when I embarked on the journey of making these shows. For too long, this multibillion-dollar organization bullied victims and journalists to prevent the truth being told. It is my hope that we shed light on information that makes the world aware of what is really going on and encourages others to speak up so the abuses can be ended forever. I hope that people who have left now feel they have a safe place to go. I hope others who have also experienced abuses will come forward and help us to do something about it.""Even though I had been a member of the church for a long time, I was stunned by some of the things I learned," added Remini. "There is a lot more to this story than anyone knows. And this series is breaking ground in bringing that information to light."

  • True Life
    True Life
    True Life (1998)
    Since its first episode in 1998, True Life has provided a window into the struggles, hopes, and dreams of young people. Narrated solely by its characters, each episode documents the unusual--and often remarkable--circumstances of real individuals, whether it's about soldiers returning from Iraq, deaf teenagers, or people living with autism. We've given all of them--and hundreds of others--the opportunity to tell their own stories directly to their peers in this powerful, Emmy award winning series that uniquely reflects the experiences and cultures of this generation.

  • The Sky at Night
    The Sky at N...
    The Sky at Night (1957)
    Our team of astronomers tell us what's on view in the night sky. From comets to quasars, there is always something fascinating to discuss in the Universe.

  • Cutting Edge
    Cutting Edge
    Cutting Edge (1990)
    Cutting Edge, Channel 4's flagship documentary series, offers distinctive, compelling films that offer a snapshot of modern life.

  • Canada's Worst Driver
    Canada's Wor...
    Canada's Worst Driver (2005)
    Canada's Worst Driver is a Canadian television series on Discovery Channel, based on Britain's Worst Driver, and is part of the Worst Driver television franchise. It and sister series Canada's Worst Handyman are the two highest-rated programs on Discovery Channel. The series is produced by Proper Television, whose president, Guy O'Sullivan, was the director for the original Britain's Worst Driver series; as such, Canada's Worst Driver is considered to be the production company's flagship show.Unlike other Worst series around the world, the Canadian version emphasizes the learning process of the contestants and the science of driving, and as such is often more serious than the other Worst shows around the world, which are mainly played for laughs. It is the longest running of any Worst series to date.The series is also aired dubbed in French in Canada, as the Les zéros de conduite on Canal D.

  • Planet Earth II
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    Planet Earth II (2016)
    David Attenborough presents a documentary series exploring how animals meet the challenges of surviving in the most iconic habitats on earth.

  • Our Big Blue Backyard
    Our Big Blue...
    Our Big Blue Backyard (2014)
    Our Big Blue Backyard travels from Northland to Stewart Island, exploring six very special marine environments and features the colourful and varied inhabitants as they interact in their unique locations. From the giant to the tiny and the acrobatic to the rock scrapers, the range and behaviours of these species in such close proximity is fascinating. There is plenty of action in these aquatic communities as the lives of these close neighbours weave together to reveal entertaining animal dramas. It's predator versus prey as surfing orcas travel the golden harbours of Northland; quality time with the big old snapper and crayfish of Goat Island; drama in the egg nurseries of the stunning Poor Knights Islands; a day out with the athletic Dusky Dolphins of Kaikoura; a fur-seal summer off New Zealand's wild west coast and great white shark versus little blue penguins in the southern oasis of Stewart Island

  • Our World
    Our World
    Our World (2007)
    Current affairs documentary reporting on issues around the world.

  • Hacking the Planet
    Hacking the ...
    Hacking the Planet (2013)
    "Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it," according to a popular saying often attributed to Mark Twain. That may have been true but not so much now, because there are people trying to do something about the weather. This docuseries, hosted by former science writer John Rennie, looks at the work of scientists trying to develop ways to prevent, weaken or redirect dangerous weather and geological phenomena, like tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Each episode follows Rennie as he conducts a series of experiments to figure out how, potentially, to manipulate the Earth -- and whether it would help or harm mankind or the planet. Assisting Rennie are science blogger Cara Santa Maria and science comedian Brian Malow -- yes, he's a science comedian -- who talk the host through the plausibility of each scenario.

  • A Chefs Life
    A Chefs Life
    A Chefs Life (2013)
    A Chef's Life is a Peabody and Emmy award-winning docu-series that plunges audiences into the kitchen of a high-end restaurant located in the low country of eastern North Carolina. It follows the trials and travails of Chef Vivian Howard and her husband, Ben Knight, and their farm-to-table restaurant, Chef & the Farmer, exploring both traditional and modern applications of quintessential Southern ingredients. Vivian's skill in the kitchen is an equal match for the charismatic personality, radiating behind her crystal grey eyes. Much more dynamic than a typical cooking show, A Chef's Life is a character-driven documentary and cooking series that premiered nationally on PBS stations in September 2013.

  • Monsters Inside Me
    Monsters Ins...
    Monsters Inside Me (2009)
    These days, we're faced with the atrocious fear of viruses like Ebola because we've seen it cross our borders. But there's more than Ebola out there. When Monsters Inside Me returns, prepare to be shocked, disgusted and afraid... very, very afraid. An organism could be inside you, feeding on you or infecting you at this very moment! A parasitic, bacterial, viral or fungal attack is like a tumultuous roller coaster within the body that can take terrifying - sometimes deadly - twists and turns. Monsters Inside Me host/biologist Dan Riskin provides scientific perspective throughout this 10-part series that vividly recounts the stories of people tormented by sinister creatures that have invaded their bodies.

  • Cry Wolfe
    Cry Wolfe
    Cry Wolfe (2014)
    Inspired by true accounts from his actual case files, each half-hour episode features Private Investigator Brian Wolfe and his investigative assistant, Janine McCarthy, as they expose cheating spouses, dishonest employees, con artists, and scammers to deliver answers to their clients.

  • This is Life with Lisa Ling
    This is Life...
    This is Life with Lisa Ling (2014)
    In This is Life with Lisa Ling award-winning journalist and author Lisa Ling reports on unconventional lifestyles in the U.S. The former co-host of "The View'' introduces viewers to subcultures and communities that are extraordinary and sometimes dangerous, and her interpersonal skills prompt interviewees to discuss matters they don't share with close friends or even family. "I have always believed that the more we know about each other, the more evolved we become,'' Ling says about the intent of the hourlong documentaries.

  • Storyville
    Storyville
    Storyville (2007)
    Series showcasing the best of international documentary filmmakers works.