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Jurassic CSI

Dinosaur detective Dr. Phil Manning looks at beliefs and creates new questions about dinosaurs.


Let It Ride

Zach Ness builds one-of-a-kind dream machines. The grandson of custom motorcycle legend Arlen Ness, he was born into chopper royalty and now carries the torch of the family empire.


Meltdown

Across America a new breed of urban treasure hunter is making his mark. These profiteers search for precious metals in unlikely places hoping to turn junk into gold. Today the struggling economy has turned the melting of precious metals into a billion dollar industry.


Alaska Pickers

Consider it "American Pickers", with an emphasis on Alaska. Turney, his girlfriend, Becky Green, and their three children scour the state looking for pieces of Alaska memorabilia, which they then sell through their business "Alaska Picker".


Fish Tank Kings

The show follows Florida based custom aquarium specialists, Living Color. These aquarium artists are regularly challenged with distinguished client's requests to create over the top, stunning and memorable aquatic exhibits to display in a variety of locations, whether it's inside a masterpiece mansion or for premier corporate client - from concept to creation the process is never as seamless and tranquil as the end result!


Street Genius

Host Tim Shaw takes his own irreverent brand of science and engineering to the streets of America as he looks to amaze and dumbfound in equal measure. He challenges the people he meets, and the audience at home, to predict the outcome of a series of ever more spectacular experiments before uncovering the science behind the jaw dropping outcomes.


History Cold Case

A documentary series which features the latest forensic techniques on human skeletons from across the ages in an effort to shed new light on the history of our ancestors. The series follows the work done by Sue Black at the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification at the University of Dundee.


How to Survive the End of the World

How To Survive the End of the World examines terrifying and scientifically plausible doomsday scenarios by exploring six distinct, world-threatening events-flooding, freezing, continent-wide storm systems, a global volcanic cataclysm, a killer pandemic, and nano-technology run amok-and the methods by which humanity would fight to survive against grim odds.


Banged Up Abroad

A look at the risks traffickers face if they are caught.


Lost Treasures of the Maya
Nat Geo,

2018

| History, Documentary
Rating: 5/5

The great cities of the Maya stand like sentinels within the vast jungles of central America. But despite more than a century of intrepid archaeology, most of the ancient Maya world has remained unseen and unexplored. Now that's all about to change. A massive research project is creating an extraordinary "treasure map" of the Maya world from the air, and what it reveals is astounding archaeologists, because it seems that the Maya not only created spectacular cities, but managed and manipulated their landscape on an almost industrial scale to supply food and water for urban populations far bigger than anyone had ever imagined. It all adds up to a complete rethinking of the sheer scale and sophistication of one of the world's most mysterious ancient civilisations.


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