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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.


The Great Human Race
Nat Geo,

2016

| Reality
Rating: 3/5

Cat Bigney and Bill Schindler live as primitive people did in the savanna of East Africa.


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.


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!


Yellowstone Live

Sitting on top of one of the world's largest super-volcanos are 3,500 square miles of the most spectacular American wilderness. This summer, National Geographic Channel opens this world to you LIVE with a four-night special event. The action reaches boiling point in the world's first National Park, Yellowstone.


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.


Mummies Alive

A Roman soldier buried under Mount Vesuvius ash. An Irish king preserved in a bog. A teenage Inca girl frozen in time at the peak of the world's tallest active volcano. Mummies are everywhere, and they are turning up in the most unexpected places. Most are in astonishingly good condition, and all have astonishingly good stories to tell. Discover their secrets as we conduct cutting-edge virtual autopsies to solve ancient cold cases and get unprecedented looks into lost civilizations.


Uncensored with Michael Ware
Nat Geo,

2017

| Documentary
Rating: 3/5

Nat Geo will present Uncensored with Michael Ware, a series where war correspondent Michael Ware explores the personalities, places and most fascinating cultures in the world, and to be released globally in 171 countries in 45 languages. Famous for its coverage of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, Ware will bring its journalistic style to explore the most vibrant sites, from the wild topography of Papua New Guinea, where women who are believed to be witches are hunted and killed, to the glamorous streets Of Los Angeles, where the celebrities are persecuted and photographed by the paparazzi. Also, stories Uncensored with Michael Ware, consisting of eight episodes, address issues such as the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq in Iran dissident group and the fashion week in New York, as well as visit other countries such as Swaziland and Cuba.


Race to the Center of the Earth
Nat Geo,

2020

| Reality

Race to the Center of the Earth is an extreme, nonelimination competition series that pits four teams of three contestants against one another in a nonstop adventure across the globe. Teams start from different corners of the Earth and race to be the first to reach the remote location that holds the $1,000,000 prize.


World's Toughest Fixes
Nat Geo,

2008

| Drama, Action, Travel, Discovery/Science
Rating: 4/5

Host Sean Riley meets the men and women who work in various high stake engineering industries. He observes and interacts with the workers as they fix problems with Boeing 757s, high voltage power lines, nuclear power plants and other machinery.