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Big Fish Texas
Nat Geo,

2016

| Reality

Lurking in the murky depths of the world's great waterways are bizarre giants - specimens of such enormous proportions and odd appearance they boggle the mind. Remarkable freshwater fish that can reach astonishing lengths of 3.5 metres, weigh a scale-busting 200 kilograms and carry heavy suits of scaly armour. Some breathe air and are even rumoured to prey on people! Other aquatic giants have survived since the dinosaurs but now are dwindling in numbers and face an all-too-real threat of extinction.


Inside The American Mob

Take a look at the little-known but pivotal escapades, capers and cadavers thatrntruly compose the history of the mob in America.


Time Scanners

The show unlocks the secrets of the world's most iconic engineering feats using cutting-edge, 3D laser scanning technology. A team of scientists and historians led by Steve Burrows (engineer for the Beijing Bird's Nest Olympic Stadium), uses the extraordinary scans to create 3D digital models of the Roman Coliseum, the Egyptian Pyramids, the Incas' Machu Picchu, St Paul's in London, Petra and Jerusalem with pin-point accuracy. With this unique tool and insider access, the team can analyse how good the ancient engineers were, make brand new discoveries, and come up with ground breaking new theories about these awe-inspiring places and the people who built them.


I Am Rebel
Nat Geo,

2016

| Reality

New York's first crime scene photographer chronicles Prohibition-era gang warfare, prompting police to change tactics to end the public violence.


Wild Justice

Outmanned and outgunned, they patrol hundreds of miles of land, coastline, rivers and streams throughout the state of California. These are the California Game Wardens, and they're on duty around the clock to ensure Wild Justice is brought to California residents and its animal inhabitants.


Survive the Tribe

A documentary starring Hazen Audel who lives among the the world's fiercest and most isolated tribes. He will explore how some of these tribes survive some of the most hostile places on Earth.


Naked Science

National Geographic Channel's Naked Science looks at things that effect the planet and answers intriguing science questions.


Breakout

This high octane series tells the dramatic stories of some of the most ingenious jailbreaks in recent history, and the detective work that led to the successful recapture of escapees. Each breakout is told from the perspectives of the criminals and the teams who hunt them down.


Dian Fossey: Secrets in the Mist

Dian Fossey was a pioneer, a renowned primatologist who dedicated her life to the study of gorillas and their protection. She became an international icon, but in Rwanda she was waging a war. This fight ultimately cost Fossey her life, and her brutal murder in 1985 remains unsolved to this day. This stunning three-part documentary series features rare and previously unseen archival footage of Fossey in her daily habituations as she studies gorillas up-close, and includes in-depth interviews with some of her closest colleagues and friends including her research assistant, who was accused of her murder, Wayne McGuire and friend Sir David Attenborough.


Hard Time

Ever wonder what life is like inside a maximum security prison? In this National Geographic series, producers lived within the prison walls, capturing the day to day life of inmates and correctional officers. See how the incarceration system works in America in this behind the scenes look at a slice of prison life.


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