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EyeWitness War

The show follows the men and women of the Army, Navy, Drug Enforcement Administration, Coast Guard and other forces as they deal with battles, drug trafficking and explosives.


Hell on the Highway

Every year, millions travel America's coast to coast artery: Interstate 80. And at the peak of I-80 lies a frightening, storm-driven stretch of terror called Donner Pass. Here, at over 7000 feet, a band of tough operators who call themselves, 'Tow Dogs', see it as their mission to rescue stranded and wrecked motorist who lose their way. For these tow truck drivers, towing is their livelihood and they risk it all, gambling against the highway's innumerable dangers, to put food on the table and provide for their loved ones.


Wild Safari Live

Africa is far and pricey for most to travel to. But that's not stopping Nat Geo WILD from bringing Africa to you. Beginning Saturday, Nov. 29, at 9 a.m. ET on Nat Geo WILD, Wild Safari Live gives viewers a front row seat on daily safari rides as we explore the natural habitat of lions, giraffes, elephants and more. No passport required for this one! As part of BIG CAT WEEK, Nat Geo WILD's week dedicated to big cat programming to help save big cats in the wild, you will witness these majestic animals each morning with two expert guides leading the way. All you need is an appetite for adventure and love for our wildlife friends in the African bush. Safari guides Pieter Pretorius and Hayden Turner take us deep into South Africa's Sabi Sands Park to bring us face to face with Africa's wildlife, including lions, leopards, elephants, and buffalos. A rare opportunity, our cameras are bringing Africa to your fingertips to reveal how these magnificent creatures live.


Parched

Investigates water wars from West Virginia and Michigan to Syria and India. Explores the corporate, political and social interests that are responsible for humanity's limited water supplies in the future.


Dogtown

Dogtown follows the stories of orphaned, unwanted, or problem dogs who find their way to Best Friends Animal Society. They are each rehabilitated by Dogtown volunteers and employees. Some are adopted out into forever homes. Those who don't find homes live the rest of their lives at the Dogtown facility or in foster care.


Inside
Nat Geo,

2007

| Crime

National Geographic delves deep into little known topics to discover the truth from inside prison gangs to the Chicago mob. The Inside goes deep to gain exclusive access to the most mysterious stories.


WWII's Greatest Raids

WWII's Greatest Raids is a series that takes you into the heart of an elite band of soldiers in the heat of a key action in their history, and follows them on the mission to show just how these men put their unique combination of skills, training and equipment to the test of combat. We'll explore just how celebrated outfits such as the U.S. Army Rangers, the British Special Air Service and the Black Devil Brigade have changed the course of a battle, or perhaps even a war, through their courage, daring and commitment.


Goldfathers
Nat Geo,

2012

| Reality

This past summer in Alaska, three gold mining "families" battled nature, machines and each other in a brutal race against time to get as much gold from the ground as possible before the icy, frost of winter returned to shut them down.


20 Animals That Will Kill You

Wild animals kill thousands of people every day.


Inside North Korea's Dynasty

National Geographic's four-part documentary explores the Kim family's dark and surreal story and provides a fresh perspective on the strange history of Kim family and the creation of North Korea.